When a woman practices sports regularly, her body needs specific nutrients in order to maintain optimal well-being and to ensure that she retains energy for other daily activities. She+ Sport is designed to provide all the nutrients for an optimal metabolic balance during intensive sports practice.
The She+ Sport formula has been developed specifically to provide optimal amounts of all the essential nutrients to the body, to ensure its proper functioning and adaptation during physical effort. The product revolves around 5 main areas: energy supply, protection of muscles and joints, optimisation of performance during exertion, maintenance of the immune system, and recovery.
This unique and complete formula combines 35 highly bioavailable synergistic compounds: amino acids, vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients and anti-oxidant nutritional substances to accompany women throughout their sporting performance and daily life.
In terms of ingredients, guarana (a plant cultivated in the Amazon) or carnitine promote energy intake, as do vitamins B2, B5, B6, B8 and B12. Regarding the protection of muscles and joints, cysteine contributes to the production of collagen by the body, an essential element for the well-being of joints. Likewise, vitamin D3 prevents the risk of injury by participating in the growth of muscle cells. During sports, the inflammatory process is activated which can cause some pain. Boswellia or turmeric are ingredients naturally rich in antioxidants. They will thus help regulate inflammation naturally. In addition, when practicing sports, an increase in the production of free radicals occurs and leads to the damage of muscle cells. Antioxidants will also help defend your body and protect your muscles against these radicals. Finally, caffeine facilitates pulmonary ventilation through the relaxation of the muscles of the respiratory tract.
She+ Sport consists of 2 jars: a jar containing a complex of 33 nutrients and a jar containing premium fish oil capsules rich in omega 3 (EPA and DHA). Our fish oil comes from sustainable fishing and is filtered to remove the impurities from marine pollution. It does not need to be mixed with vitamins and minerals to guarantee its stability, purity, effectiveness, and good assimilation.
She+ Sport contains all the active vitamins, minerals, amino acids, phytonutrients and anti-oxidant nutritional substances that are easily absorbed by the body (maximum bioavailability) in order to provide athletic women with the nutrients and energy they need to practice their sport with full vitality.
Vitamins B2, B5, B6, B12, C, and iron help reduce fatigue.
Likewise iron, vitamins B1, B2, B5, B6 and C contribute to a normal energy metabolism.
A lack of iron can lead to fatigue. Iron helps in the normal formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin. In order for it to be absorbed well, we have added vitamin C which increases iron absorption as well as vitamin B2 which contributes to normal iron metabolism.
For a good recovery and to combat the oxidative stress due to the practice of sport, manganese, selenium and zinc contribute to protecting cells against oxidative stress.
A daily intake of 250 mg of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) contributes to the normal functioning of the brain and the maintenance of normal vision.
A daily intake of 250 mg of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) contributes to normal heart function.
Nutrient complex tablets
|Nutriments||Per tablet||% Reference Intake|
|Guarana extract||80 mg||–|
|Boswellia extract||50 mg||–|
|Green tea extract||25 mg||–|
|White turmeric (zedoary)||20 mg||–|
|Coenzyme Q10||20 mg||–|
|Vitamin A natural (beta-carotene)||2 mg (334 μg RE1)||41%|
|Vitamin B1||1,4 mg||127%|
|Vitamin B2||1,6 mg||114%|
|Vitamin B3||18 mg||112%|
|Vitamin B5||6 mg||100%|
|Vitamin B6||2 mg||142%|
|Vitamin B8 (Biotin)||50 μg||100%|
|Vitamin B9 (Folic acid)||200 μg||100%|
|Vitamine B12||5 μg||200%|
|Vitamin C||80 mg||100%|
|Natural vitamin D3||20 μg||400%|
|Natural vitamin E||15 mg||125%|
|Natural vitamin K2||20 μg||26%|
1RE: Retinol equivalents (provitamin A)
Fish oil capsules (omega-3)
From 16 years old: take 1 nutrition complex tablet + 1 fish oil capsule a day with a meal.
Precautions for use:
Not recommended for children or pregnant women (30 mg caffeine per daily serving).
Seek medical advice before using if you are pregnant, breast-feeding, suffering from food allergies or under medical supervision.
This food supplement does not replace a balanced and varied diet or a healthy lifestyle.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Keep out of reach of children.
Best before end: see bottom of the packaging.
Store in a cool, dry place and keep away from heat, max 25°C.
For healthy muscles, it is advisable to use She+ Magnesium in addition to She+ Sport. Muscles that lack magnesium function poorly. They contract abnormally, resulting in cramps or spasms. The muscles work more slowly, which causes fatigue at the slightest effort. This is why She+ Magnesium provides an optimal amount of magnesium and vitamin B6 which are easily assimilated by the body for proper muscle function.
It is essential to prepare your body for intense sporting activity
Proper nutrition is the foundation of sports performance.
Any physical and sporting activity will lead to an increase in nutritional requirements that vary depending on the intensity, duration and repetition of the exercises. Optimal nutrient absorption is therefore necessary and can be provided through an adapted, complete and qualitative supplementation while quickly and efficiently restoring energy and muscle reserves.
It is based on these specific needs that the Fisher laboratory has formulated She+ Sport, consisting of 35 essential and bio-available nutrients for female athletes.
Nutritional advice for sportswomen looking for an active and balanced life
For sportswomen, the consequence of a poor diet can be multiple: reduced performance, lack of energy, poor recovery, risk of injury and hypoglycaemia, etc. A sportswoman’s diet must therefore cover the needs related to energy expenditure and provide all the nutrients the body needs to perform and recover. It is, therefore, necessary to:
Limit the oxidative stress generated by the production of free radicals during exercise with the help of antioxidants (vitamins E, Boswellia, selenium, turmeric, green tea). Antioxidants are mainly found in fruit, dried fruit and vegetables: citrus fruits and kiwis for vitamin C, almonds and hazelnuts for vitamin E, for example. Seafood and fish are a good source of selenium and chromium.
Supplementation with fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E and K), for example, which have an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effect, is essential to prevent injuries and loss of fitness. Vitamins D and A are present in significant quantities in fish livers including, for example, in the well-known cod liver oil. Vitamin A can be found in orange vegetables and fruit (for example carrots, sweet potatoes and pumpkin). Vitamin E is found in large quantities in vegetable oils (sunflower, rapeseed, hazelnut and avocado). Vitamin K is found mainly in leafy vegetables such as kale, spinach and broccoli.
Compensate for water loss: It is important to hydrate 10 minutes before the workout and to drink regularly in small sips during the exercise session. For exercising up to one hour, drinking water will suffice. For longer and more intensive workouts, a supplement of sodium, which is a component of salt, is required. Through thermoregulation, water plays a major role in performance and proper muscle function. You should avoid quenching your thirst with diet sodas, for example, because not only do they provide no energy but they are also highly acidifying.
Compensate for the loss of minerals caused during exercise, in particular by the magnesium involved in muscle contraction. This mineral is essential during the recovery phase to limit muscle fatigue: it is necessary to take magnesium after exercise to prevent cramps, particularly night cramps. Foods rich in magnesium are wholegrain cereals, almonds, bananas, and dark chocolate. You should also favour magnesium-rich mineral water.
Many endurance sportswomen have a reduced iron status, identifiable by shortness of breath and fatigue. It is therefore important to restore an adequate level of iron. The best sources of iron are liver (pork liver, for example), offal and oysters. A good amount of iron is also found in vegetables and legumes including white beans, kidney beans, lentils and chickpeas. Iron from plant sources is less well absorbed by the body than iron from animal sources. To better assimilate iron from vegetables, it is advisable to consume foods rich in vitamin C (for example, kiwis and citrus fruits).
Amino acids such as glutamine, taurine, carnitine and cysteine are interesting because they increase strength, endurance and resistance to fatigue caused by intensive exercise. Sources of amino acids are foods rich in protein, such as eggs, meat, fish, as well as spirulina, soybeans, pumpkin seeds and legumes.