WHAT IS IT?
Life would be impossible without electrolytes. A serious electrolyte
imbalance can be life threatening.
Electrolytes are nutrients necessary for the body to function properly.
As the name says, electrolytes enable fluids in the body to conduct
The nervous system needs electrolytes to transmits signals and
information to different organs. Therefore, electrolytes have important
functions including regulating the heartbeat, allowing the muscles to
contract so we can move, maintaining body pH etc.
Electrolyte levels in our bodies are maintained by the kidneys and by
WHO CAN BENEFIT?
When we exercise, we sweat and lose electrolytes, mainly sodium and
potassium. Therefore, it is essential to supplement with electrolytes after
a work-out. When we grow older we are more at risk for low electrolyte
levels mainly because the kidneys are not as efficient.
The added Boron is an important trace element needed for the health of
the body. Boron deficiency has a negative impact on the metabolism of
calcium and magnesium. There is evidence that boron deficiency can
lead to symptoms of hyperthyroidism, osteoporosis, arthritis and neural
The added Manganese is a trace element found mostly in bones, liver,
kidneys and pancreas.
Manganese is necessary for normal brain and nerve functions.
DID YOU KNOW?
Electrolytes are minerals that carry an electric charge in our body. The
nervous system needs electrolytes to transmit signals and information.
Life would be impossible without electrolytes.