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Multiminerals

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  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Increases strength and endurance performance
  • Helps fight inflammation
  • Helps prevent kidney stones from forming
Multiminerals designed for the needs of athletes Find out more
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  • 150 g
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  • 1,2 kg
Optimal consumption date: 12/2023
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Dosage: Take 2 capsules of multiminerals per meal (over 3 meals) or take 6 capsules in the morning or evening.
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Description

Dosage

Take 2 capsules of multiminerals per meal (over 3 meals) or take 6 capsules in the morning or evening.

If you chose the powder format: take 2 measuring caps per meal (each meal) or 6 in the morning or the evening. 

What is Nutrimuscle Multiminerals?

Nutrimuscle's multimineral is a perfectly dosed mixture of minerals acting in synergy with each other: potassium citrate, magnesium citrate, zinc and selenium. The Nutrimuscle multimineral has been designed to meet the universal needs of both sedentary people and athletes.

What are the benefits of Nutrimuscle's Multiminerals for you?

Combating mineral deficiencies

Athletes have an increased need for minerals because they tend to eliminate a significant part of them through the sweating caused by training (1-2). In times of caloric restriction, we eat fewer calories and therefore intake fewer minerals. It is therefore essential to take mineral supplements, especially if you practice an intense sporting activity.

Improved sports performance

By covering their mineral needs, athletes can maintain their performance over the long term (3). Indeed, these micronutrients act on energy management and concentration during training as well as on muscle growth and recovery after exercise. (4-5)

Strengthening the immune system

Minerals such as zinc and selenium have a protective role for the immune system due to their antioxidant effects. Micronutrients, both minerals and vitamins, act in synergy with each other to strengthen the immune system. (6-7)
Prevention of kidney stones
Minerals such as potassium citrate and magnesium citrate have beneficial effects on kidney function and can prevent the formation of stones. (8)


1. Potassium contributes to the proper functioning of the muscles.

2. Potassium contributes to the proper functioning of the nervous system.

3. Potassium helps regulate blood pressure.

4. Potassium supports neurological function.

5. Magnesium contributes to electrolyte balance, strengthens muscle function (neurotransmission and muscle contraction, including heart muscle) and protein synthesis.

6. Magnesium contributes to a normal energy metabolism.

7. Magnesium contributes to the proper functioning of the nervous system.

8. Magnesium helps to reduce fatigue and exhaustion.

9. Magnesium maintains bone health.

10. Magnesium contributes to good dental health.

11. Zinc supports DNA synthesis, fertility, reproduction and the metabolism of macronutrients, carbohydrates and basic acids.

12. Zinc supports healthy bones, hair, nails, skin, teeth and eyes.

13. Zinc helps maintain cognitive function while supporting protein synthesis.

14. Zinc helps maintain normal blood levels of testosterone.

15. Zinc contributes to the proper functioning of the immune system.

16. Selenium contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system and thyroid function, while helping to protect cells from oxidative stress.

17. Selenium contributes to the maintenance of hair and nails.


Composition

Nutritional composition of Nutrimuscle's Multiminerals

6 capsulesAJR
Citrate3000 mg
Potassium1058 mg 53%
Magnesium150 mg40%
Zinc11mg110%
Selenium55 ug100%

1 g (gram) = 1000 mg (milligram)

Usage tips

Who is Nutrimuscle multimineral for?

Nutrimuscle Multiminerals is for:

  • Athletes, to provide an essential supply of minerals to maintain their performance over time;
  • Sedentary people, for indispensable action on health.

When to take Nutrimuscle multimineral?

It is preferable to take the multiminerals during meals for better assimilation.

How to take Nutrimuscle multimineral?

We advise to spread the intake of the multiminerals over the 3 meals of the day to optimise their assimilation. However, the most important thing is to take the 6 multimineral capsules or or measuring cap during the day.

Interactions with other Nutrimuscle products

Synergies between supplements:
Multiminerals can be taken in synergy with vitamin C, D, K2-MK7, multivitamins, ZMB, BCAA, zinc, potassium citrate, magnesium citrate, tribulus, lactium, omega 3.
Antagonisms between supplements:
None.

Scientific References

  • (1) DeRuisseau K.C., et al. Sweat iron and zinc losses during prolonged exercise. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab. 2002 Dec ; 12(4) :428-37.
  • (2) Klesges R.C., et al. Changes in bone mineral content in male athletes : mechanisms of action and intervention effects. JAMA. 1996 Jul 17 ; 276 (3) :226-30.
  • (3) Tardy. A.L. Vitamins and Minerals for Energy, Fatigue and Cognition: A Narrative Review of the Biochemical and Clinical Evidence. Nutrients 2020, 12(1), 228.
  • (4) Wintergest, E.S ; Maggini, S. ;Hornig, D.H Immune-Enhancing Role of Vitamin C and Zinc and Effect on Clinical Conditions. Ann Nutr Metab 2005, 50, 85-94.
  • (5) Peake, J.M ; Gerrard, D.F. ; Griffin, J.F. Plasma zinc and immune markers in runners in response to a moderate increase in training volume. Int J Sports Med 2003, 24, 212-216
  • (6) Gombart A.F. A Review of Micronutrients and the Immune System–Working in Harmony to Reduce the Risk of Infection. Nutrients 2020, 12(1), 236.
  • (7) McAuliffe S. Dietary micronutrients in the wake of COVID-19: an appraisal of evidence with a focus on high-risk groups and preventative healthcare. BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health 2020;3:doi: 10.1136 Ferraro, P.M.; Bargagli, M.; Trinchieri, A.; Gambaro, G. Risk of Kidney Stones: Influence of Dietary Factors, Dietary Patterns, and Vegetarian–Vegan Diets. Nutrients 2020, 12, 779.
  • (8) Ferraro, P.M.; Bargagli, M.; Trinchieri, A.; Gambaro, G. Risk of Kidney Stones: Influence of Dietary Factors, Dietary Patterns, and Vegetarian–Vegan Diets. Nutrients 2020, 12, 779.

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Guaranteed purity of raw materials

As consumers of our products, we favour traceability and transparency for our producers and our supplements.

At Nutrimuscle, we only use very high-end minerals whose quality is guaranteed by leading international players: the French group Naturex, a specialist in natural plant-based ingredients, produces Nutrimuscle Zinc. The American group Nutrisol (a minerals specialist) produces Nutrimuscle Selenium. Our potassium citrate is produced by the Austrian group Jungbunzlauer, and our magnesium citrate is produced by the French group Solabia.

Benefits of Nutrimuscle multiminerals in more detail

Fight against mineral deficiencies

Many scientific studies have addressed the issue of the micronutrient status of athletes. And these tend to the same conclusion: sports practitioners are generally in a situation of mineral deficiency. Why is this situation of mineral deficiency more important among athletes? This is explained by the sweating experienced during training, causing the elimination of mineral micronutrients (1-2).

Improved athletic performance
The magnesium contained in the multimineral has many benefits allowing the athlete to improve his performance:

Increase in muscle mass and strength (3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11).
Improved anabolism due to its important role in muscle protein synthesis (12).
Reduction of inflammation and muscle damage (13-14-15-16)
As for potassium, it allows the proper functioning of the muscles by ensuring the production of nerve impulses. The zinc contained in the multimineral also helps maintain good levels of testosterone which is an essential hormone for muscle growth. (17-18)

Strengthening the immune system
The Nutrimuscle multimineral is an interesting supplement to ensure the health of the sportsman as of the sedentary one.

Selenium helps increase immune defenses (19-20) and thus better fight infections. Zinc, on the other hand, helps fight against the decline in immune defenses and reduces the intensity and duration of certain symptoms linked to infections and viruses. (17-18-21-22-23-24-25-26)

Fight against inflammation
Zinc and selenium help fight inflammation better. Indeed, taking zinc may improve the response to inflammatory phenomena triggered by exercise (27). As for selenium, it has antioxidant properties that protect cells against free radicals. (28-29-30-31-32-33-34)

Prevention of kidney stones
Magnesium potassium citrate has benefits for kidney function by preventing the development of kidney stones (20). They will work by increasing the pH of the urine, which helps dissolve kidney stones before they aggregate and form.

Inhibition of vascular calcification
The magnesium contained in the multimineral also acts as an inhibitor of vascular calcification (35). This action is very important, especially in athletes, because the regular practice of a sporting activity promotes calcification of blood vessels.


1. Potassium contributes to the proper functioning of the muscles.

2. Potassium contributes to the proper functioning of the nervous system.

3. Potassium helps regulate blood pressure.

4. Potassium supports neurological function.

5. Magnesium contributes to electrolyte balance, strengthens muscle function (neurotransmission and muscle contraction, including heart muscle) and protein synthesis.

6. Magnesium contributes to a normal energy metabolism.

7. Magnesium contributes to the proper functioning of the nervous system.

8. Magnesium helps to reduce fatigue and exhaustion.

9. Magnesium maintains bone health.

10. Magnesium contributes to good dental health.

11. Zinc supports DNA synthesis, fertility, reproduction and the metabolism of macronutrients, carbohydrates and basic acids.

12. Zinc supports healthy bones, hair, nails, skin, teeth and eyes.

13. Zinc helps maintain cognitive function while supporting protein synthesis.

14. Zinc helps maintain normal blood levels of testosterone.

15. Zinc contributes to the proper functioning of the immune system.

16. Selenium contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system and thyroid function, while helping to protect cells from oxidative stress.

17. Selenium contributes to the maintenance of hair and nails.


Scientific References

  • (1) DeRuisseau K.C., et al. Sweat iron and zinc losses during prolonged exercise. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab. 2002 Dec ; 12(4) :428-37.
  • (2) Klesges R.C., et al. Changes in bone mineral content in male athletes : mechanisms of action and intervention effects. JAMA. 1996 Jul 17 ; 276 (3) :226-30.
  • (3) Welch AA. Dietary Magnesium Is Positively Associated With Skeletal Muscle Power and Indices of Muscle Mass and May Attenuate the Association Between Circulating C-Reactive Protein and Muscle Mass in Women. J Bone Miner Res. 2016 Feb;31(2):317-25.
  • (4) Welch AA. Dietary Magnesium May Be Protective for Aging of Bone and Skeletal Muscle in Middle and Younger Older Age Men and Women: Cross-Sectional Findings from the UK Biobank Cohort. Nutrients. 2017 Oct 30;9(11). pii: E1189.
  • (5) Hayhoe RPG. Cross-sectional associations of dietary and circulating magnesium with skeletal muscle mass in the EPIC-Norfolk cohort. Clin Nutr. 2018 Jan 30. pii: S0261-5614(18)30015-3.
  • (6) Richard PG. Cross-sectional associations of dietary and circulating magnesium with skeletal muscle mass in the EPIC-Norfolk cohort. Clin Nutr. February 2019Volume 38, Issue 1, Pages 317–323
  • (7) Setaro L. Magnesium status and the physical performance of volleyball players: effects of magnesium supplementation. J Sports Sci. 2014;32(5):438-45.
  • (8) Setaro L. Effect of Magnesium Supplementation in Isokinetic Knee-Flexion in Elite Volleyball Players. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 40(5):S341, May 2008.
  • (9) Santos DA. Magnesium intake is associated with strength performance in elite basketball, handball and volleyball players. Magnes Res. 2011 Dec;24(4):215-9.
  • (10) Golf SW. On the significance of magnesium in extreme physical stress. Cardiovasc Drugs Ther. 1998;12(2):197–202.
  • (11) Cinar V. The effect of magnesium supplementation on lactate levels of sportsmen and sedanter. Acta Physiol Hung. 2006 Jun;93(2-3):137-44.
  • (12) Dørup I. Effects of magnesium and zinc deficiencies on growth and protein synthesis in skeletal muscle and the heart. Br J Nutr. 1991 Nov;66(3):493-504.
  • (13) Welch AA. A higher alkaline dietary load is associated with greater indexes of skeletal muscle mass in women. Osteoporos Int. 2013 Jun;24(6):1899-908.
  • (14) Córdova Martínez A. Effect of magnesium supplementation on muscular damage markers in basketball players during a full season. Magnes Res. 2017 May 1;30(2):61-70.
  • (15) Kass LS. The effect of acute vs chronic magnesium supplementation on exercise and recovery on resistance exercise, blood pressure and total peripheral resistance on normotensive adults. J Int Soc Sports Nutr. 2015 Apr 24;12:19.
  • (16) Petrović J. Magnesium Supplementation Diminishes Peripheral Blood Lymphocyte DNA Oxidative Damage in Athletes and Sedentary Young Man. Oxid Med Cell Longev. 2016;2016:2019643.
  •  (17) Wintergest, E.S ; Maggini, S. ;Hornig, D.H Immune-Enhancing Role of Vitamin C and Zinc and Effect on Clinical Conditions. Ann Nutr Metab 2005, 50, 85-94.
  •  (18) Peake, J.M ; Gerrard, D.F. ; Griffin, J.F. Plasma zinc and immune markers in runners in response to a moderate increase in training volume. Int J Sports Med 2003, 24, 212-216
  •  (19) McAuliffe S. Dietary micronutrients in the wake of COVID-19: an appraisal of evidence with a focus on high-risk groups and preventative healthcare. BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health 2020;3:doi: 10.1136
  •  (20) Maggini, S.; Pierre, A.; Calder, P.C. Immune Function and Micronutrient Requirements Change over the Life Course. Nutrients 2018, 10, 1531.
  •  (21) Nieman, D.C. Exercise. Exercise immunology : nutritional countermeasures. Can J Appl Physiol 2001, 26, S45-55.
  •  (22) Peake, J.M ; Gerrard, D.F. ; Griffin, J.F. Plasma zinc and immune markers in runners in response to a moderate increase in training volume. Int J Sports Med 2003, 24, 212-216
  • (23) Gibson, R.S. ; Heath, A.L. ; Ferguson, E.L. Risk of suboptimal iron and zinc nutriture among adolescent girls in Australia and New Zealand : causes, consequences and solutions. Asia Pac J Clin Nutr 2002, 11 Suppl 3, S543-552.
  •  (24) Gleeson, M. ; Bishop, N.C. Elite athlete immunology : importance of nutrition. Int J Sports Med 2000, 21 Suppl 1, S44-50.
  •  (25) Gleeson, M. ; Lancaster, G.I ; Bishop, N.C. Nutritional strategies to minimise exercice-induced immunosuppression in athletes. Can J Appl Physiol 2001, 26, S23-35.
  • (26) Singh, A. ; Failla, M.L. ; Deuster, P.A. Exercise-induced changes in immune function : effects of zinc supplementation. J Apll Physiol 1994, 76, 2298-2303.
  • (27) Kara, E. ; Ozal, M. ; Gunay, M. ; Kilic, M. ; Baltaci, A.K. ; Mogulkoc, R. Effects of exercise and zinc supplementation on cytokine release in young wrestlers. Biol Trace Elem Res 2011, 143, 1435-1440, doi :10.1007/s12011-011-9005-1.
  • (28) Savory, L.A. ; Kerr, CJ. ; Whiting, P. ; Finer, N. ; McEneny, J. ; Ashton, T. Selenium supplementation and exercise : effect on oxidant stress in overweight adults. Obesity (Silver Spring) 2012, 20, 794-801, doi :10.1038/oby.2011.83
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