Energy and micronutrition: the keys to success
If you too often feel fatigue, lack of energy or stress, know that there are solutions! Thanks to food and more particularly to micro nutrition, it is possible to overcome these problems. Indeed, deficiencies in micronutrients (minerals, vitamins, trace elements, etc.) can be the cause of various ailments. In this article, we will see in detail the links between energy
What is micronutrition?
Micronutrition is all the vitamins, minerals, trace elements and other micronutrients essential for the proper functioning of the body. These substances play an important role in many vital functions such as energy production, metabolism, reproduction, growth, etc.
Certain micronutrient deficiencies can therefore have a direct impact on our energy level and on our stress. It is therefore important to ensure that you consume enough of these substances essential to the proper functioning of our body.
Here are some examples of micronutrients that can impact our energy level:
- Vitamin B12 is essential for energy production. A vitamin B12 deficiency can therefore lead to fatigue and loss of form.
- Iron is another important micronutrient for energy production. Iron deficiency can also cause fatigue, headaches and irritability.
- B vitamins (Biotin, Folates, Niacin, Riboflavin, Thiamine) and minerals (Copper, Manganese, Selenium, Zinc) also play an important role in the metabolism of carbohydrates and lipids.
Whatever your lifestyle, your age or your state of health, the satisfaction of micronutrient needs can be disturbed by 3 factors:
- poor assimilation caused by disturbances of the intestinal ecosystem
- the microbiota
- increased consumption in the body due to diseases, particular disorders, activity of the person, predispositions to the state of well-being and overall health.
Discover through our articles why micronutrition is a source of health and thus become an actor of your well-being. Micronutrition, an answer adapted to all ages of life Childhood, adolescence, adulthood, menopause, ageing... micronutrient needs vary throughout life with age, sex, height, physical activity, physiological states. Each individual is unique.
How is the micronutrition diet going?
Each person has specific needs , specific to their "terrain" and their metabolism. This is why, before determining a dietary program, it is important to carry out a complete anamnesis as well as specific biological tests to identify deficiencies.
Once the deficiencies have been identified, it is possible to set up a personalized program based on foods rich in essential micronutrients. This type of diet not only provides the missing nutrients but also detoxifies the body and rebalances the nervous system.
The goal is to regain the energy needed to perform the activities of daily living. To function properly, the organism as a whole and for each organ needs a daily supply of these nutrients contained in food ; whether they are in deficit or in excess, the mechanism jams and symptoms may appear.
Each person is unique: we have neither the same genetic predispositions, nor the same metabolism, nor the same needs. It is on the basis of an examination of the state of health of the person and his way of life that we can determine what will be the most suitable diet for him.
Does micronutrition make you lose weight?
No, micronutrition does not make you lose weight, but it does reduce cravings and improve the assimilation of nutrients, which is beneficial for weight loss. Indeed, certain vitamins and minerals are essential for the proper functioning of the metabolism and promote weight loss by regulating appetite and increasing fat burning.
Micronutrition therefore makes it possible to lose weight by promoting weight loss but also by improving health and well-being. Indeed, micronutrient deficiencies are often the cause of fatigue, stress and headaches. Micronutrition therefore reduces fatigue, stress and headaches by providing the vitamins and minerals necessary for the proper functioning of the body.
Micronutrition is therefore a dietary supplement beneficial for weight loss but also for health and well-being.
Energy and micronutrition?
The benefits of the foods offered by SIHO are recognized by everyone. Man is a veritable thermodynamic machine, the place of exchange of multiple forms of energy: metabolic, electrical, mechanical. The quality of these energy transfers depends on performance. Coaches, ergonomists and physical education and sports teachers have therefore taken an interest in the ability to develop and/or manage these different forms of energy effectively. At the same time, the energetic aspects of the production of movement, in particular in the activities of human locomotion, are the object of study in the fields of physiology and biomechanics.
One of the keys to success in training is nutrition. Good nutrition provides the body with the energy it needs to function optimally. Micronutrition, i.e. vitamins and minerals, plays an important role in the process of energy production. Indeed, B vitamins are essential for the production of energy and the proper functioning of the metabolism. In addition, minerals like magnesium and calcium are also essential for energy production.
Good nutrition is therefore essential to allow the body to produce the energy necessary for its proper functioning.
However, energy is not only a determinant of performance. It is also an essential component of health. Indeed, the body must be able to produce enough energy to function optimally. This is all the more true when we consider the increased energy needs of the athlete, especially during competition or intensive training.
Thus, it is important to be concerned not only with the quantity, but also with the quality of the energy that one consumes. This includes a balanced diet adapted to the needs of the body.
Energy and micronutrition are two sides of the same coin in dietetics.
SIHO offers a list of natural food supplements, resulting from the research and reflection of a specialist in food nutrition: Jean Christophe Gadrat .
Reminder: the nutrition specialist is a nutritionist , naturopath or doctor.
- Concentrated Organic Chaga
- CHAMPIMIX : organic medicinal mushroom extract
- Concentrated Organic Lion's Mane
- Organic prebiotic fibers - I've gut the Power
- Concentrated organic reishi