Magnesium is an important nutrient to help the body regulate vitamin D. This mineral is often low in athletes. In fact, having done a dietary analysis on almost all athletes I've seen over decades of work, magnesium is one of the more common deficiencies.
Spokane, Washington (PRWEB) March 07, 2013
Ben Greenfield, the event organizer and member of the Nutritional Magnesium Association at http://www.nutritionalmagnesium.org has lined up a world-class series of speakers in peak performance, fat loss, recovery, digestion, sleep and hormone optimization to descend upon the Pacific Northwest for an important conference entitled "Become Superhuman Live Event" that delves into cutting-edge human performance, fat loss, fitness and health strategies.
One of the featured speakers, Dr. Philip Maffetone, internationally recognized researcher, clinician, and author of “The Big Book of Endurance Training and Racing”, recognized as “Coach of the Year” by Triathlete Magazine and honored by Inside Triathlon magazine as one of the top twenty most influential people in endurance sports worldwide, says: “What makes the Become Superhuman Event a really unique learning experience is the profound nutritional insights that will be shared with participants. For example, Magnesium is an important nutrient to help the body regulate vitamin D. This mineral is often low in athletes. In fact, having done a dietary analysis on almost all athletes I've seen over decades of work, magnesium is one of the more common deficiencies.”
Another guest speaker, Dr. Jeffrey Spencer, former Olympic cyclist and International Chiropractic Association “2004 Sports Chiropractor of the Year” concurs, “Most people are deficient in magnesium. Consumption of magnesium with breakfast and dinner will support the essential enzyme processes required for a body and brain to be at their best.”
Monica Reinagel, MS, LN, CNS, board-certified, licensed nutritionist and a professionally-trained chef and author of "Nutrition Diva's Secrets for a Healthy Diet: What to Eat, What to Avoid, and What to Stop Worrying About”, will be discussing the use of the inflammation factor to maximize one’s potential. She is the creator of the IF Rating system, a scientific method of estimating the inflammatory and anti-inflammatory potential of foods. One of the subjects she will cover is bone health and she says ”Many factors contribute to osteoporosis: inadequate intake of protein, vitamin D, calcium, magnesium and other minerals; excessive intake of protein, sodium, or phosphates; as well as non-dietary factors like exercise, genetics, age, and smoking.”
Become Superhuman Live Event attendees will gain key knowledge and insights from a distinguished faculty possessing more than 150 years of collective experience and results in the alternative health industry.
Event attendees will gain easy, step-by-step knowledge on all of the following:
-how active individuals can determine proper dietary protocols via specific types of testing…
-what the optimum nutritional philosophy should include…
-how to enhance recovery and muscle repair with mineral intake…
-why excessive protein intake can be harmful…
-the importance of the right type of fat, and ideal dietary sources…
-how chronic inflammation, an acidic body pH, performance, and health are interrelated….
The Become Superhuman live event reveals insider secrets and proven techniques that support losing fat fast, performing at peak potential, living longer, and increasing day to day energy.
For all of the details regarding the event go to http://superhumancoach.com/become-superhuman-live-event/
If one is unable to attend the live event in Spokane, Washington, the event has a live online option which also allows full access to post-event recordings as part of a paid per view feature at: http://goo.gl/BL0QN.
About Ben Greenfield
Ben Greenfield, M.A. Sports Science and Exercise Physiology is a fitness expert, trainer, coach and world class triathlete. Mr. Greenfield was voted the 2008 Personal Trainer of the Year, by the National Strength and Conditioning Association and is the author of “Shape21 -- The Complete 21 Day Lean Body Manual” along with several other books including “Top 12 Resistance Training Routines for Triathletes”, “Run With No Pain”, and “100 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism”. Ben is also expert in metabolic-based weight loss, bicycle fitting, running gait analysis, swim stroke analysis, VO2 max testing, blood lactate testing, resting metabolic rate analysis, and other cutting-edge procedures for weight loss and performance. http://www.bengreenfieldfitness.com/
As a member of the Nutritional Magnesium Association, Greenfield is making available a Free 32-page guide to the benefits of magnesium, along with magnesium deficiency symptoms which is available as a free download at http://www.nutritionalmagnesium.org