ELECTROLYTE POWDER 250G
2 g, 2 time(s) per day
Capsule / Tablet Size
P0011 - Calcium Carbonate DC grade 95%, min 36% elemental Calcium
P0044 - Potassium Chloride, min 52.32%K and 47.43%Cl
P0225 - Magnesium Citrate 71%, min 10.3% Mg
P0335 - Tri calcium citrate 99%, 21% Ca
Electrolyte Powder has been created by our in-house nutritionists, applying scientific knowledge to create a powder that will benefit the electrolytes in your system.
Our Electrolyte Powder utilises Potassium Chloride, the most soluble elemental form of Potassium. Foods rich in this mineral include fruits such as bananas, oranges, apricots and grapefruit, in addition to spinach, broccoli, sweet potatoes and cucumbers. The mineral has an atomic number of 19 and the name originates from the Latin word for �alkali�, kalium. Potassium has three main functions within the body. Firstly, the mineral contributes to normal muscle function. Secondly, Potassium contributes to the maintenance of normal blood pressure. Thirdly, the mineral contributes to the normal functioning of the nervous system.
Sir Humphry Davy discovered all three minerals in this product, Calcium included. The mineral is the fifth most abundant metal found in the Earth�s crust, although it can also be sourced from foods. Dairy products are the most well-known calcium abundant food item, however, green leafy vegetables, almonds and fish where the bones are eaten are also high in Calcium. Calcium contributes to normal muscle function, neurotransmission, the normal function of digestive enzymes and the cell division and specialisation. Additionally, the mineral is essential for the maintenance of normal teeth, normal blood clotting and energy metabolism.
This mineral was named after Magnesia, a district in the Thessaly region of Greece. Magnesium contributes to electrolyte balance, energy-yielding metabolism, normal muscle function and the normal functioning of the nervous system. Additionally, the mineral contributes to normal protein synthesis, the maintenance of normal bones, teeth and the process of cell division, and contributes to a reduction of tiredness and fatigue.