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Make Keto So Much Easier
Hydration is especially important on keto.
When you first start keto and your body adapts to ketosis for the first time, you lose more fluids (and electrolytes) than normal, which can cause unwanted side effects such as dehydration, altered mood, fatigue, constipation, cramps, brain fog and headaches (also known as the keto flu).
Daily Electrolytes will help reduce those nasty keto adaptation symptoms caused by dehydration when your body first enters ketosis. After you’ve adapted to ketosis, Daily Electrolytes will ensure you maintain the right electrolyte balance in your body.
Support Exercise and Recovery
It’s important to replenish the electrolytes you lose through sweat when you workout.
Being deficient in electrolytes can cause muscle weakness, cramps, and slows recovery. Daily Electrolytes support your exercise routine and recovery by giving you essential electrolytes back. It’s like taking a magnesium supplement, a potassium supplement, and a vitamin D supplement in one.
Help Your Body Stay Hydrated
Optimal hydration is about achieving the right balance of water and electrolytes your body needs to function.
Drinking too much water (and not enough electrolytes) can throw off this balance and dilute electrolytes in your body. This causes you to lose electrolytes responsible for functions such as water retention, muscle contraction, heartbeat regulation, body temperature control and energy production.
To be hydrated, you need to strike this delicate balance between water and electrolytes. Daily Electrolytes help replenish the essential electrolytes you need to be truly hydrated and feel your best.
Every ingredient pulls its weight.
Magnesium is an essential mineral responsible for over 300 important bodily functions, and chances are you are not getting enough of it - 57% of the population is not meeting the US RDA for magnesium.
Magnesium plays a big role in energy production, mitochondrial health, nerve and muscular function, heart rate, immunity, and more.
Magnesium deficiency can lead to muscle cramps and weakness, impaired sleep, weak bones, mood disorders, altered blood pressure, and irregular heart rate.
Sodium plays a big role in water retention, making it one of the key players in hydration. Unlike you may have been told, sodium is not harmful.
Healthy people don’t have to worry about over-consuming sodium, especially since under-consuming sodium is a much more common problem.
Not consuming enough sodium can lead to nausea, headaches, brain fog, fatigue, muscle weakness, altered mood, impaired exercise performance, and muscle cramps.
Chloride works with sodium to regulate fluid retention and contributes to healthy digestion and the absorption of nutrients.
Potassium is important for maintaining healthy blood pressure, regulating heart rate, balancing fluids, and regulating nerve and muscle function.
Potassium deficiency can lead to increased blood pressure, constipation, fatigue, impaired muscle function, muscle cramps, headaches, nausea, and more.
The addition of potassium is especially important on keto because there aren’t a lot of keto-friendly foods rich in potassium.
Vitamin D helps your brain absorb magnesium and supports a healthy immune system. Most people are deficient in vitamin D, so this addition supports your overall health as well.
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No, Daily Electrolytes are actually one of, if not the most, beneficial supplements you can take while fasting. If you are doing any longer than 16hr fasts, we strongly suggest you supplement with Daily Electrolytes.
Yes, Daily Electrolytes can be taken on an empty stomach.
Helping you achieve optimal hydration. Replenishing essential electrolytes you need to feel your best. Managing keto flu symptoms. Enhancing keto-adaptation. Combating brain fog. Better exercise performance and recovery. Improving mental clarity and mood.
Contains all 4 electrolytes you need to replenish on a low carbohydrate diet. PLUS added vitamin D (it contains 125% of your DV) to support max absorption and a healthy immune system. They also have zero calories and zero sugar.
No, Daily Electrolytes have zero calories.
Daily Electrolytes have 0g of sugar.