By Sarra Sedghi/My Recipes

Simply put, electrolytes are minerals that help your body work the way it should. They’re not hard to find, and there are plenty of vessels besides sports drinks. Sodium, chloride, and potassium are key electrolytes, while calcium and magnesium are lesser. Electrolytes are typically associated with rehydration, but they also keep the pH of your blood and all the other fluids exactly where they should be and help regulate the fluids throughout your body. Additionally, the brain uses electrolytes to signal messages to muscles and nerves throughout the body. 

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Posted 10/4/2018
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