Read some interesting research from an American university on a blend of natural minerals and nutrients that improved the 5 km times of young female runners by almost a minute.

The women who took the supplement also saw improvements in the distance covered in 25 minutes on a stationary bike and a bench exercise. All of the changes were statistically significant and were not seen in the control group that took a placebo.

What caught my eye was the role these nutrients play in how cells work during exercise. Something that I have not seen emphasized in running.

It seems delivery worked well in capsule form and times dropped after a months’ use.

It is expected that the combination will also work well for vegetarian men and might benefit longer-distance running.