In spite of being committed to a proper diet and training regime, a sports person sometimes does not achieve the optimum performance that he or she is capable of.
Peak performance eludes the person; and the hidden problem may be a genetic one; that is, a body metabolism that is deficient in L-Carnitine – an amino acid type substance that is produced naturally by the body, especially the liver, for transporting fatty acids* into the mitochondria of the cells, where they are burnt-up and transformed into energy. (*Fatty acids are contained in dietary fat.) 1
Linked to this genetic weakness may be another genetic inadequacy, which is - the body’s inability to take in and utilize sufficient oxygen for effective cellular respiration and the generation of cellular energy – in the form of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP, the energy fuel of the cell). Energy generation in the body from metabolic processes requires adequate oxygen to oxidize elements such as fatty acids; and, when there is a lack of oxygen (anaerobic state) this can continuously rob the person of peak performance. 2
Therefore, assisting the body to optimize all its bodily functions (especially concerning respiration and energy-production) can be critical for peak performance.
Cellfood SPORT is an amazing product that addresses these problems of insufficient cellular aerobic respiration and lack of energy by increasing the oxygen saturation of the bloodstream, and supplementing the user with ingredients such as L-Carnitine in order to facilitate more burning-up of fats in the body, and converting it into useful energy.
Cellfood SPORT is an amazing product that addresses these problems of fat storage, insufficient cellular aerobic respiration, and lack of energy, by increasing oxygen saturation in the bloodstream, and supplementing the user with:
L-Carnitine in order to facilitate more burning-up of fats in the body, and converting this into energy; as well as Garcinia cambogia extract (Citrin K or Hydroxicitric acid) that inhibits fat storage in the body, and enhances the burning of calories. 3
L-Carnitine and Garcinia cambogia extract (Citrin K) assist natural “fat-burning” metabolic processes, and are blended with Cellfood® (the leading oxygen mineral supplement), which makes them more bio-available and effective in the body; and also supplies the body with essential metabolic enzymes for further assisting fat-burning processes, as well as cellular respiration.
When taken 20-30 minutes before exertion, Cellfood SPORT triggers off an increased energy cycle, by supplying the metabolic system with elements required to accelerate the burning-up of fats. In this way, Cellfood SPORT assists in optimizing the metabolic processes associated with increasing energy and endurance. Furthermore, the ingredients in Cellfood SPORT assist in dissipating the accumulation of lactic acid, thereby delaying the onset of fatigue, and reducing muscular cramps.
Because the ingredients in Cellfood SPORT come from natural sources, none of which is on the banned list of substances according to the World Anti-Doping Association (WADA), Cellfood SPORT is a safe and effective product. Its ingredients work remarkably together, assisting the body in:-
decreasing fat storage, by inhibiting synthesis of fatty acids and cholesterol; and
transforming long-chain fatty acids into energy, by accelerating the transportation of fatty acids into the mitochondria (fat incinerators in the cells); thereby:
increasing the body’s metabolic action, by transforming fatty acids into energy;
delaying the onset of fatigue; and reducing muscular cramps and recovery time.
1 Dr. Heidrun Karlic, PhD. & Dr Alfred Lohninger, PhD., “Supplementation of L-Carnitine in Athletes: Does It Make Sense?”, Nutrition 20, 2004.
2 Rona R. Ramsay & Victor A. Zammit, “Carnitine acyltransferases and their influence on CoA pools in health and disease”, Molecular Aspects of Medicine 25, 2004.
3 Sunny E. Ohia, et al, “Safety and mechanism of appetite suppression by a novel hydroxycitric acid extract (HCA-SX)”, Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 238, 2002.
Cellfood SPORT contains ingredients from natural organic sources, combining the two “fat burners” Garcinia cambogia extract (Citrin K) and L-Carnitine with Cellfood®, the leading oxygen mineral supplement. It contains no alcohol, glucose, yeast, gluten, animal products, or banned sports substances (World Anti-Doping Association – WADA); is non-addictive, non-toxic, and non-invasive.
Halaal Certification has been obtained for Cellfood SPORT.
Each 100 ml bottle contains about 900 drops of product; and each dosage of 20 drops contains:
Cellfood® 250 mg
Garcinia cambogia extract (Citrin K) 110 mg
L-Carnitine 90 mg
Cellfood and Cellfood Sport are used by world and Olympic champions and are recommended by coaches of numerous sporting disciplines.
The Cellfood range of products provide a number of performance benefits that have been proven in clinical trials at renowned research facilities.
Some of the benefits :
• Cellfood Sport contributes to the increase of haematological variables -
thus aiding the body in the transport of oxygen through the body.
• Cellfood Sport is very effective in increasing haemoglobin saturation levels -
this leads to an increased amount of oxygen available for transport at all performance levels.
• Cellfood Sport is effective in decreasing lactate values at all levels of effort -
this would be beneficial to the athlete in delaying the onset of blood lactate accumulation,
delaying the onset of fatigue and muscle cramping.
• Cellfood Sport aided in an increase of absolute V02 max by 6.1% -
this would be beneficial to the endurance athlete by increasing the amount of oxygen
utilized the body to supply energy to the working muscles.
In addition to a
• Decrease in body endomorph component (fat component)
• Increase in lean body mass (fat free mass)
• Increase in body muscle component (mesomorph component)
The above 3 changes all aid in lowering fat percentage and increasing lean body mass (muscle). This is an important aspect in improving power to weight ratios.
• Lower sub-maximal oxygen consumption at 70% of maximum speed output
• Lower sub-maximal oxygen consumption at 80% of maximum speed output
• Lower sub-maximal heart rate at 90% of maximum speed output
The above 3 changes all aid in improving economy of movement during endurance events.
The Cellfood range of products is free of banned ingredients found on the World Anti- Doping Association's list.
A long-term, double-blind research project with 45 athletes during 2000 and 2001, conducted at the University of Pretoria’s Sports Institute, compared the efficacy of Cellfood SPORT to a placebo, and reported:
- Increased oxygen intake by the body (VO2 max increased up to 6.2%);
- Increased energy delivery to working muscles (Haemoglobin oxygen saturation increased up to 9.6%); and
- Delayed onset of fatigue; and reduced muscular cramps and recovery time (Lactic acid accumulation decreased up to 17.2%). 1
VO2 max: According to the researchers, VO2 max is the most well-known measurement for oxygen intake, and is genetically determined, with exercise and diet having little influence on increasing it.
Therefore, the researchers were amazed at how Cellfood® SPORT increased VO2 max by 6.2% and reported that they had never seen this occur with any other product tested at the Institute.
Lactic Acid Accumulation: Furthermore, the 17.2% reduction in lactic acid accumulation was also considered to be very significant, and important for improving the performance of athletes, and reducing muscles cramps and recovery time.
This research showed clearly that the ingredients in Cellfood® SPORT increase the oxygen saturation in the bloodstream, resulting in significant energizing and cleansing effects, both of which are essential for improving performance and endurance, and for reducing lactic acid build-up and recovery time. (These findings are confirmed in other studies – see 2 & 3).
1 Nolte, H.W., “Efficacy of Ergogenic Aids in Endurance Athletes”, Sports Institute of the University of Pretoria, 2002.
2 Dr. Heidrun Karlic, PhD. & Dr Alfred Lohninger, PhD., “Supplementation of L-Carnitine in Athletes: Does It Make Sense?”, Nutrition 20, 2004.
3 Bernard W. Downs, et al, “Bioefficacy of a novel calcium-potassium salt of (-)-hydroxicitric acid”, Mutation Research 579, 2005.