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Ingredients: Purified Water, Potassium Bicarbonate*, Calcium Chloride*, Magnesium Chloride*., *Electrolytes
- Calories: 0
- Total Fat 0g
- Sodium 0mg
- Carbohydrates 0g
- Protein 0g
The changes to the nerve signaling, pH balance, handling muscle contractions, and hydration are vital functions managed by the body.
The body’s essential functions are generally activated by Sodium, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, chloride, and bicarbonate.
Every drinkable Water contains a traceable amount of electrolytes, including potassium, Sodium, magnesium, and calcium. Depending on the type of Water, the concentration of electrolyzing is varied. Purity has also affected the minerals found in Water.
Our electrolyte water puts more filtration during cleaning and adds minerals to the bottled water. After water processing, the added minerals, Carbs, and other essential substances enhance water quality to give your body the electrolytes it needs to perform at the highest level.
Here are the top benefits of drinking electrolyte water
Improve exercise performance
Electrolyte water benefits the athletes and helps them recover from dehydration quickly. It immediately satisfies the thirst, recharges the damaged cells, and prepares the athletes for another action. Primarily the sports drinker uses the electrolyte water to boost their energy and gain power instantly.
During a workout session or on the field, the electrolyte water provides significant value to the sportsperson. It helps the person to gain energy immediately.
During the workout or on the field, water loss could lead to decreased strength, focus, and agility.
Constant sweating will also burn essential minerals needed to keep your body fully functional.
A significant amount of Sodium, potassium, and calcium with magnesium is burned during the process.
Every time you sweat a significant amount of Sodium is lost. If your body does not recover from the loss, it will slow down its function and feel more tired.
Muscle contraction is another system that has been observed in people who are in the sports field.