Renewell Mineral Drops
Why you need Minerals
Why Minerals are necessary for effective hydration and for the prevention of cramping.
Why are electrolyte minerals so important for sporting performance?
Every time muscles move, electrical impulses facilitate these functions. Each time your heart beats, electrical impulses make it happen. Every nerve impulse is dependent on a tiny electrical charge. A number of minerals in electrolyte form are essential for all of these essential functions including magnesium, sodium, potassium, and chloride.
The charge that electrolytes carry is essential to regulate fluid balance (hydration) and pH balance. Also if they are dehydrated and their electrolyte levels are low or out of balance, one of the results can be that muscles go into cramps or spasms.
When playing or participating in sports there is an increased need for electrolytes, so deficiencies of electrolytes are more common when involved in such activity.
The most expensive electrolyte is essential for all energy conversion, muscle function, nerve conduction, more than 300 different enzyme reactions, bone and tooth formation, and pH balance. Magnesium is essential for the production of ATP energy, insulin production, and insulin uptake. It’s also essential to optimum working the sodium: potassium cell pump. Physical and emotional stress will deplete magnesium from the body.
Should be the most abundant electrolyte inside the cells and is essential for muscle function, nerve conduction, water balance, and pH balance.
The least expensive of all electrolytes and the most common one found in the modern diet. Sodium is essential for thirst response, heat tolerance, muscle contraction, nerve conduction, water balance, and pH balance.
The most abundant negatively charged electrolyte in the body is essential for oxygen exchange, digestion, water balance and pH balance.