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Athletes need to regularly monitor their micronutrient status to ensure they are performing and producing energy at their best.
Micronutrients also play an important role in:
- energy production
- hemoglobin synthesis
- maintenance of bone health
- adequate immune function
- protection of body against oxidative damage
- recovery and muscle growth after strenuous training and injuries
Exercise causes wear and tear on the body that requires micronutrients for repair and maintenance. Athletes need more micronutrients than sedentary people because they are constantly breaking down and rebuilding their bodies.
An in-depth assessment of an individual’s extra- and intracellular levels of micronutrients:
Vitamin D, 25-OH
Methylmalonic acid (MMA)