The liver is in motion


The liver is in motion
Physical inactivity is the cause of many ailmentsmankind. This term is known, until recently, only a narrow circle of specialists in the field of health, today is widespread. After all, the lack of exercise is one of the major causes of the obesity epidemic that every year is becoming more rampant and has called the problem of the 21st century.

In this regard, currently growingthe number of people in Russia are aware of the fact that physical education and sport bring undoubted benefits to the body. On the growing interest of Russians to the sphere of physical culture statistics show VTsIOM: 52% of the inhabitants of our country are engaged in sports with varying periodicity (for comparison in 2006 this figure was 39%).

It is well known beneficial effectsregular exercise: increasing the body's resistance to colds, improve its performance, weight reduction, strengthening of human bone system. People under the supervision of experienced trainers, regularly pay attention to physical exercise, can much easier to cope with the physical, emotional and stressful situations.

However, there is a downside lessonsphysical training. It is connected with the human body's response to prolonged and intense stress. The fact is that during exercise, requiring excessive force all body systems operate particularly intense. Fatigue and discomfort arising from this load could lead to a decrease in the effectiveness of training and to the appearance of pathological changes in the state of human health, engaged in sports. As a result of prolonged physical exertion in the body can accumulate a significant amount of degradation products, which corresponds to removal of the liver. Poses additional problems and poor nutrition.

The goal of many people involved in sports,It becomes the weight reduction and the reduction in volume. To do this, along with exercise, they often resort to low-calorie diets. But few think that such a combination of a negative impact on health, as a result of diet and some body especially needs to restore cell organs (liver, heart and brain) are no longer receiving the necessary essential fatty acids and antioxidants. Without revenues from food these essential substances in a human body can not fully cope with demanding workloads, the liver is overloaded and develops non-alcoholic fatty disease.

There is another extreme. In the struggle to build muscle mass people start eating too much animal protein, contained in food, and even then "finish off" themselves proteins, drinks and cocktails. Such an unbalanced diet can cause significant disturbances and leads to the accumulation in the body of stubborn substances. There is an urgent need to improve the functional state of the liver, as it is to rid the body of toxic products. For full operation meet essential phospholipids, which are the main structural component of all cell membranes of the body, including muscle tissue. They restore the mechanical damage in the structure of cells, displacing them from toxins.

Also hepatoprotective action of one kindphospholipids - phosphatidylcholine - due to its unique physical and chemical properties, improves blood circulation in muscle tissue, filling the muscles with energy and vitamins, increasing their tone and increasing efficiency. Thus, the phospholipids are responsible not only for the recovery of the body after exercise, but also a positive impact on the performance of physical strength and endurance, which is very important for all people with active lifestyles.

A source of polyunsaturated phospholipidsThey are mainly soya beans, nuts, seeds, vegetable oil, cold pressed (soybean, sesame and linseed). Close on the composition of the lipids found in fatty sea fish. However, the daily need of modern man is so high in phospholipids (about 10 g), that ensure that it is only with food becomes almost impossible. Therefore, along with obtaining the necessary substances from the products corresponding recommended intake of hepatic drug-containing polyunsaturated fatty acids.

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