Perform Your Best with Electrolytes

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Loss of Electrolytes

Electrolytes are the soluble minerals which are found in the body fluids and the blood stream. These minerals are lost through perspiration and other types of fluid loss, and need constant replacement.

When the weather gets hot, most people perspire and experience a corresponding electrolyte loss. If electrolyte levels are allowed to get low, body energy levels also get low, just like a low battery. Replacing lost electrolytes allows energy to return and helps speed energy recovery after a sports workout.

Energy Levels

The human body operates on electrical energies. Electrolytes carry these electrical energies and allow them to work. When electrolyte supplies are low, body systems get run down and sluggish. Maintaining adequate supplies of electrolytes in the body increase potential energy and helps body systems run smoothly.

Proper Balance

Electrolytes are essential to the working body cells and in maintaining a normal acid base (pH) balance in the body. Proper electrolyte balance is essential to maintain proper fluid balance, including fluid pressure within cells and blood pressure. Recent research has indicated that electrolyte deficiencies may play a more important role in the cause of high blood pressure than nutritional excesses.

The main electrolytes are Sodium, Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium and Chloride. Proper levels of these minerals in the body allow the body to have energy, better muscle and nerve function (including faster stress recovery) and improved function in many other areas.

Summary

Ionic Trace Minerals and Essential Electrolytes are formulated by nature, for greater bio-electric health and body mineral balancing. All natural, soluble, ionic trace minerals and electrolytes also nutritionally aid vitality and overall health. Ionic Trace Minerals and Electrolytes are an absolute key to life.

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