To Balance Mind And Body
Electrolyte balance is one of the most critical – yet often overlooked – components of a successful and enjoyable ketogenic diet experience.
Simply put, low carb and ketogenic diets strip electrolytes.
Lower carb diets are diuretic in nature, meaning the kidneys shift from retaining water, and sodium, to flushing them. Many will experience increased frequency of urination when switching to a low carb or keto lifestyle,
This excretion of excess fluid is normal but not completely harmless, as it also removes many of the electrolytes – or minerals – present in our bodies. These electrolytes are necessary to enable many of the body’s biological processes, including proper function of the heart, muscles, nerves, even sleep.
A sudden shortage in these electrolytes is the culprit behind the muscle cramps, brain fog, headaches, low energy, and digestive and sleep issues that are commonly referred to in keto circles as the “keto flu”.
Savvy low carb and ketogenic dieters overcome this by ensuring they ingest adequate amounts of these essential electrolytes to protect their body’s natural balance, and support healthy mental and physical performance.
What’s In Keto Electrolytes?
Our goal is to support low carb and ketogenic lifestyles with the benefits of electrolyte-replenishing sports drinks minus the added sugar, food dyes, or flavorings.
Notice the precise 4:2:1:1 ratio of sodium to potassium to calcium and magnesium. This was no accident. Our Doctor formulated ratios provide the perfect balance you need to support normal, healthy biological functions all delivered in portable, convenient, easy-to-swallow capsules.
Perfect Keto Electrolytes Are For:
Endurance athletes, bodybuilders, busy parents, stay at home moms, students, rockstars – anyone on a low carb or ketogenic diet
Statements not reviewed by FDA. Individual experiences may vary.
WHEN TO USE
In the first few days of low-carb or keto diets to make the transition more pleasant
In the morning when fasting or to support mental performance
With meals to supplement mineral intake
Pre-workout to support energy and performance
Between meals to support electrolyte levels