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It contains potassium, sodium, chloride and magnesium, the main electrolytes found in the body.
Electrolytes play a critical role in the body. They carry electrical charges that are required for cells to communicate with each other, and for the biochemical generation of energy.
They are also crucial for helping to regulate fluid balance – keeping the proper amount of water inside cells and in their surrounding environments.
Favorable electrolyte balance is essential for energy levels and the health of cells.
Potassium plays a critical role in regulating the electrical system of the heart, which is responsible for maintaining a healthy heartbeat. Potassium partners with sodium to maintain a normal electrolyte balance. For proper heart health, it is important to preserve this delicate balance so that potassium levels do not drop too low or rise too high.
Electrolyte Reload also contains vitamin C, quercetin and bioflavonoids (found naturally in citrus fruits) as additional heart-healthy nutrients. These ingredients are potent antioxidants, and vitamin C is required for synthesizing collagen, the primary protein blood vessels are made from.
Busy lifestyles, poor diets, toxic environments, and lack of exercise can contribute to stress. In turn, stress significantly impacts a delicate set of glands, known as the adrenal glands, which are responsible for maintaining healthy electrolyte balance, particularly by regulating levels of sodium and potassium.
Stress can make the adrenal glands unable to keep up with these demands, resulting in mineral imbalances which can compromise cellular energy generation. Symptoms may include fatigue, lethargy, dizziness, cramping or twitching, tachycardia, arrhythmia, heavy legs, irritability and/or noise sensitivity
What Influences Fluid Loss?
- Occasional Illness: Electrolytes are easily depleted when the body loses excessive fluids through occasional vomiting or diarrhea. Children and elderly individuals are especially prone to losing significant electrolytes during illnesses and therefore, repletion is necessary to maintain balance.
- Athletics: Athletes and individuals who sweat significantly during exercise lose important minerals. In some cases, food sources alone may not provide enough electrolytes to counter the loss, particularly if they are primarily whole, unprocessed foods, which are naturally low in sodium. Supplementing with Electrolyte Reload may help ensure these individuals maintain healthy hydration and facilitate energy generation for their next workout as well as for recovery.
How to Take
- As a dietary supplement, mix 8 grams (approx. two teaspoons) in 10-12 ounces of water per day, or as directed by a health care practitioner.
- Mix into any beverage, sports bottle, or mix with water and place in ice racks to make into popsicles.
- This product has a delicious natural lemon-orange flavor, is sugar-free, and gets its sweetness from small amounts of the natural herb, stevia.
Unique formula also includes:
- It contains potassium, sodium, chloride and magnesium, the main electrolytes found in the body.
- D-ribose is included because of its importance in healthy cardiac function, exercise recovery and energy production, while taurine helps to regulate cellular electrolyte flow.
- Electrolyte Reload also contains vitamin C, along with the synergistic compounds quercetin and citrus bioflavonoids.
- Vitamin C supports the cardiovascular system by helping to build healthy collagen, which is one of the main structural components of blood vessels.
**Individuals with sodium-sensitive hypertension should not take Electrolyte Reload. This product is not recommended for patients with a pacemaker, nor for patients with high blood sodium or potassium levels.
Children can take Electrolyte Reload during the flu or any illness involving diarrhea or vomiting to prevent dehydration.
This complete and balanced electrolyte formula can be used to improve symptoms of dehydration after excessive diarrhea or vomiting, or after excessive sweating. Athletes may benefit from regular use of Electrolyte Reload.