Muscle Maintenance/Protein Defiency
Not only athletes require more protein but also injured, bedridden or elder people. Protein supports both muscle development and maintenance and is an essential element of health, independent of any physical activity. Protein intake is especially essential for older people since they often eat less due to various reasons. Nowadays a great variety of products high in protein exist, such as milk-, egg- or plant-based proteins - for every preference and use.
Bones & Joints
Bones and cartilage support our body and help form its shape. It is especially important to maintain their strength and flexibility into an advanced age. Appropriate dietary supplements provide specific nutrients which contribute to healthy body function, development and homeostasis. Thereby improving vitality and health during sports and everyday life.
A strong immune system keeps you healthy and energised. Older people are more vulnerable to infections, the consequences of which can be more severe. A strong immune system depends on an adequate supply of vitamins and minerals but also on a healthy gut microflora. Nutrients have specific functions that provide a broad spectrum of activity and thus contribute to an active and healthy lifestyle.
Vitamins & minerals
Vitamins and minerals contribute to various bodily functions. Common deficiencies are iron or magnesium. In cases of increased nutritional demands or to prevent deficiencies, dietary supplements (either alone or in combination) or fortified sports foods can be used.
Along with iron and magnesium supplements, SPONSER® also offers alkaline mineral salts and effervescent electrolyte tablets.