Electrolytes are one of the most needed and underestimated substances supporting an active lifestyle. When dissolved in water, they have the ability to conduct electricity. They support the transmission of nerve impulses, muscle work and support proper hydration of the body.
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Your body is an aquatic environment. Every time you sweat, you lose water, and with it valuable minerals. It is the balance of minerals such as magnesium and potassium that creates the appropriate environment for the proper functioning of muscles and translates into our physical abilities.
According to research, a 2% decrease in hydration and electrolytes causes an approx. 10% decrease in the body's exercise capacity. For this reason, electrolyte supplementation is recommended for people with increased physical activity.
Take care of the proper balance of electrolytes and maintain the optimal psychophysical state during an intense training session, mountain hiking or sports activities.
Minerals supporting the body's work
Magnesium is an element whose effects cannot be overestimated. It participates in about 300 biochemical processes in our body and affects many of its systems. It supports the proper functioning of the muscles and the nervous system, which is particularly important in the context of exercise capacity. It also reduces the feeling of fatigue, allowing you to adapt even better to difficult challenges.
Potassium is one of the most important elements in our body. It is crucial for the proper functioning of the nervous system and is essential in the cycles in which our cells produce energy. It helps to charge our cellular batteries. For this reason, it ranks first in our electrolyte blend. Its action also supports the maintenance of normal blood pressure and controls the work of muscles.
Calcium is a building material for the skeletal system, teeth and cell walls. Its action contributes to the proper energy metabolism and affects digestive enzymes, ensuring their proper functioning.
Why are electrolytes so important in sports?
In sport, one of the most important factors is muscle performance. During intensive training, mountain climbing or assisted activity, muscles use electrolytes to initiate contraction and relaxation of fibers, which, combined with intense sweating, significantly depletes the internal reserves of these elements. Electrolytes supplied from the outside come to the rescue to ensure the optimal environment for the work of the muscles and thus support our exercise capacity.
How to use electrolytes?
Recommended daily dose: one scoop (about 9.7 g) dissolved in 200 ml of water twice a day.
Do not exceed the recommended daily allowance.
A dietary supplement cannot be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and eating a balanced diet are essential to good health.
It is not recommended for pregnant and lactating women. Keep out of reach of small children, in a dry and cool place.
Ingredients: glucose, natural aroma of black currant, hibiscus extract, sweetener: erythritol, calcium lactate, magnesium salts of citric acid, potassium citrate, potassium chloride, sodium chloride, sodium citrate, acidity regulator: citric acid, sweetener: steviol glycosides.
Electrolyte balance Dietary supplement contains sugars and sweeteners
On days of increased physical activity, it is best to take electrolytes around training, depending on your needs, from 1 to 2 scoops a day.
Electrolytes can also be consumed on non-training days by drinking 1 scoop dissolved in water during the day.
The mixture of electrolytes replenishes the minerals lost through sweat during sports activities. Electrolyte deficiency can manifest as dehydration, which can translate into fatigue, muscle cramps, headache, constipation, brain fog, and decreased athletic performance..
The correct balance of electrolytes supports the work of muscles, conduction of impulses in the nervous system and supports the proper state of hydration of the body.
All products work complementarily and can be combined with each other.