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Continue Strong and Get Ready for Spring!

Janet Heinen FitLine PowerCocktail

As the sun shines more and more, we can feel the arrival of spring. So, what can you do to get yourself fit for spring? Quite a lot! Your body made it through the cold winter, but that took a toll on its strength. To become more alert, energetic, and fit, you can use a few very simple tricks.

1) Soak up the sun

Exposure to sunlight produces vitamin D in the skin. Vitamin D is important for our bones and the immune system. The best prerequisite for your fitness.

2) Work out outdoors

Fill your lungs with oxygen and get back on track. Athletes are happy to move their workouts back outside. It’s also more fun. 🙂

3) Make sure you drink plenty of fluids

Drink at least 1.5 liters a day; otherwise, you risk fatigue and loss of concentration. Water, juice spritzers, or herbal tea are best.

4) Get your digestive system going

The intestine is the largest organ of our body. However, it often does not get the attention it deserves. A gut that is out of balance cannot protect the body properly. The immune system is crucial for us to be able to defend ourselves against environmental influences and pathogens. Also, long and arduous training causes harmful radicals. Antioxidants such as beta-carotene, vitamins C and E, or selenium can protect cells from oxidative stress, and fiber is essential for digestion.

The FitLine PowerCocktail is a 2-in-1 solution with the best extracts of fruits, vegetables, herbs, and spices and a specially developed concentrate with fiber and live lactic acid bacteria. This premium product provides energy2 and concentration3 and contributes to the normal function of the immune system1.

You, too, can benefit from it!

  • ¹ Vitamin B12 (cobalamin), B6 (pyridoxine), folate (B9), vitamin C, vitamin A, and selenium contribute to normal immune system function. ² Thiamine, riboflavin, biotin, niacin, and pantothenic acid contribute to normal energy metabolism. ³ Thiamine contributes to the nervous system's normal functioning and mental function.

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