Learn when and when not to take electrolyte supplements, how to take them, which forms to take, and which to stay away from.
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Learn why you need more salt on a high carb diet, not just on keto, the relationship between the key electrolytes, why you should avoid potassium supplements, why cardio can make you feel bloated, and diet strategies to avoid migraines and improve your health
Electrolyte imbalances have many causes, and are not just due to your diet. Find out the reasons and how to avoid them in this article.
For years we’ve been told that too much salt is bad for us. Learn the dangers of too little salt and the real white crystals to avoid – sugar.
Learn what acid load is, how both diet and exercise generate acid load, how acid depletes nutrients from your body, the effects of acid load on exercise and kidney health, and what foods to eat to minimize acid load.
Learn what each of sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium does, how they interact, how much of each you need, and where to get them from.
Learn why doctors should prescribe food as medicine, about the power of continuous glucose monitoring, how to protect your mitochondria, gut and organ health, and how to use fasting to improve your metabolic flexibility.
Learn how to optimize your diet through self-tracking, how to measure and change your biological age, the difference between recommended and optimal nutrient intake, and the importance of dietary acid load and uric acid.
Learn what hydration and dehydration actually mean, how dehydration can affect your cognition, health, and muscle growth, why your thirst may not be a good indicator of your hydration status, and the truth about structured, gel and alkaline water.
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