The FDA is again making news for vilifying salt. The relationship of salt intake and heart disease is complex and multifaceted. However, there is a more direct relationship with heart disease and it has to do with sugar, not salt.
Electrolytes play an important role in keeping you hydrated, conducting nervous impulses, regulating your body’s pH levels, and much more. These articles point to scientific data relating to electrolytes and their importance in maintaining a healthy body.
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If you’re on the Keto Diet or are attempting to consume little to no sugar but still want a pre-workout beverage, this post has you covered.
Electrolytes are essential in carrying out important metabolic function. When you neglect proper hydration and electrolyte balance you’ll develop life-altering symptoms. This post is dedicated to help you understand just how important electrolytes are, how you can spot symptoms, and what to do if you’re suffering from electrolyte imbalance.
An eye opening burst of scientific data in relation to just how important magnesium really is. If you’re unsure about the importance of magnesium, read this. If you’re not currently supplementing with magnesium, read this and start.
Beta-Alanine: it’s like charging your battery, growing a third lung, or getting you to 100 while only feeling like you’re using 70. Not only does Beta-Alanine give you a boost, it’s also known to improve health. Sound too good to be true? Keep reading, time to dive in to all things Beta-Alanine.
Most electrolyte powder blends either have too much sugar, small amounts of electrolytes, or both. Here’s a breakdown on what to look for when shopping.