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Sports Recovery Pack by C R Supplements, LLC


A Sports Recovery Pack consists of 1 each of the following minerals: Magnesium pint, Potassium pint, Zinc pint, Vanadium pint, and Chromium pint. Buy the combination Sports Recovery Pack and save 10%!


Sports Recovery Pack

Sports Recovery Pack consists of 1 each of the following minerals: Magnesium, Potassium, Zinc, Vanadium, Chromium. Buy the combination Sports Recovery Pack and save 10%!

Minerals in A Sports Recovery Pack by C R Supplements, LLC are:

  • ionic
  • elemental mineral source
  • easy for the body to use, allowing maximum absorption
  • Kosher of America approved
  • Pareve certified—meat free, milk free
  • soy free
  • gluten free
  • GMO free
  • preservative free
  • sugar-free
  • stabilizer free
  • yeast free
  • fish and shell-fish free
  • egg free
  • plant free
  • grain free
  • free of added coloring


Chromium helps to carry proteins to where they are needed in the body. Metabolism of amino acids that are critical to growth and life are also influenced by it. The liver requires Chromium to be present as it combines other nutrients to create fatty acids.*^

It can affect body weight because it stimulates the enzymes that metabolize glucose for energy. It helps the body to regulate energy production, as well as growth and repair in the body–i.e. metabolism regulation! Chromium supports insulin function and glucose utilization. It, along with Zinc, Vanadium and Magnesium, work to maintain insulin and blood sugar levels that are already within the normal range. It may help with daily anxiety and occasional fatigue.*^

The refining process of grains and sugars strips those foods of a large part of the Chromium that might otherwise be available in them. Now, instead of the Chromium that was in that food, your body has to use Chromium from its own storehouses to digest and process the sugars and grains that you eat. Therefore, refined sugars and refined grains cause the body to use its stores more rapidly. Strenuous exercise can also affect Chromium levels. The body does not easily absorb Chromium. Also, more mature bodies are unable to store as much of it as can younger individuals.*^

Chromium supports*^:

  • Exercise. Chromium supports the liver in making fatty acids from stored glucose for energy that is used during exercise.
  • Insulin levels within normal range.
  • Blood Sugar levels within normal range.
  • Healthy heart and vascular system.*^


Magnesium is a naturally calming mineral.  Called the “anti-stress mineral”, it aids in relaxing nerves and soothing daily tensions. Food digestion, and especially activating enzymes important for protein and carbohydrate metabolism, is a part of it’s duties. Exercise increases the amount of it that is stored in the bone, in addition to increasing its loss in the sweat from that exercise. Magnesium is an important mineral for muscle contraction and relaxation. Nerve communication depends on it. Blood pressure regulation involves it. It induces restful sleep. Body tissue purification and impurity purging is another one of its activities. It is a door-man for each cell in your body, allowing nutrients into each cell and also sending out waste materials. Furthermore, Magnesium activates over 300 enzyme reactions in the body! Consequently, it is easily depleted and as a result it must be replaced and maintained consistently.*^

Nerves, the bowels, bones, ligaments and cells store it. Absorption rates for it may decline as the body ages. Selenium is necessary for its absorption in the intestines while Boron may reduce the rate of its excretion from the body.*^

Do you want to improve your strength? Do you want to have a more positive outlook on life? Are you struggling to maintain normal muscle contraction? More Magnesium may be just what you are looking for!*^


The “alkalizer” is another name that it is know by for its role in the body of neutralizing the acids in the bloodstream and also replenishing alkaline salts there.  Potassium works with Sodium in all body cells. It is especially active at nerve synapses so that the membrane potential is maintained. It also assists in metabolic process.  Critical to cardiovascular and nerve function, it also regulates the transfer of nutrients into cells and facilitates muscle energy.  Potassium also regulates water balance and assists recuperative powers.  It promotes joint health that is caused by acidity, is vital for the elimination of wastes, promotes and generally contributes to a sense of well-being.*^

Muscles store it.*^

Are you looking for stronger muscles, a clearer head, and more regular heart rhythms? Consider Potassium!*^



Vanadium supports the circulatory system.  It supports cholesterol and blood sugar levels that are already within their normal ranges.  In addition, it may support the heart.  It also promotes red blood cell growth and assists in iron metabolism.*^

It supports the healthy mineralization of both teeth and bone.*^


Zinc is a daily must-have! And especially in sports recovery*.^

Zinc aids over 200 activities that occur in your body either directly or indirectly. Proper assimilation of vitamins and other nutrients, normal growth and development in pregnancy, childhood and teens, and maintenance of body tissues and proteins at all ages are just a sampling of its influences. Other activities include: sexual function, immune system support, natural detoxification, wound healing, proper sense of taste and smell, and synthesis of DNA. It is an anti-oxidant. It influences blood sugar levels. Furthermore, it is a key part of 100 or so enzymes.*^

Moisture in the eyes, lungs, nose, urine, and saliva and all other body fluids contain Zinc. Therefore it is in all the fluids as they move through the body. Because it is in all the fluids in the body, it is quickly and easily available for any of its many functions. For example, our natural defense system uses Zinc, and in an ionic form it is consequently readily available for use by that system.*^

One published research report** says that a daily intake of zinc is required to maintain a steady state because the body has no specialized zinc storage system. Other sources say that the thyroid, pancreas, liver, kidneys, bones, voluntary muscles, prostate, sperm, skin, hair, nails, white blood corpuscles and several parts of the eyes provide storage for Zinc. Don’t be caught without it!*^

*This is generic information about these elements. **Reference is available upon request

Additional information

Weight 11 lbs
Dimensions 8 x 8 x 12 in

16 FL OZ / 473 mL, 32 FL OZ / 946 mL

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