Are you low on energy while fasting? Do you get dizzy or shaky? How about slight headaches or brain fog? Electrolytes may be your secret weapon.
Hydration affects your brain in profound and wide-ranging ways. Learn why this remarkable organ is so sensitive to water and electrolyte status, what happens when your hydration is only slightly off, and why senior citizens are particularly vulnerable. Best of all, a simple hack can make all the difference.
When eating a clean diet that is low in sugar, refined carbs and processed food, you need electrolytes. Here's why.
Drinking enough water is especially important during breastfeeding. And, getting sufficient sodium has surprising benefits to both mother and baby. In this blog, we unpack the science, simply and cautiously.
How much water should one drink? What about electrolytes? Does sodium increase breast milk production? How about more water? Get the answers. It could make all the difference.
Surprising new evidence from an unlikely source shows that the more minerals you get, the less you eat overall. Our latest blog explores this fascinating “satiety effect” and shows you exactly which minerals reduce hunger most.
We also reveal what your optimum daily mineral targets should be for all the essential minerals that humans need. We’ll help you understand the important difference between optimum and minimum. Don’t miss this one.
Claims for how to cure a hangover are the realm of urban legend. Rather than promising an elixir, we offer some salty science and the chance to feel considerably better the next day.
Although exactly like influenza, the debilitating symptoms of carb-flu have nothing to do with viruses. They have a surprising origin and an easy fix. In this blog, we explain what causes carb-flu and how you can solve it.
Preloading your hydration with an electrolyte and salt solution can skyrocket your performance. We unpack the surprising science of why this works and explain how to do it properly.
Scan health magazines or ask a fitness trainer and the general consensus is “8 glasses of water per day” is required. The problem is that there isn't good science to back this up, nor is there any mention of electrolytes. We know that effective hydration requires both water plus electrolytes.