When you sweat, you lose water and all electrolytes.
To rehydrate, or prevent getting dehydrated in the first place, you need to replenish your cells with the full spectrum of 78 electrolytes and water.
Electrolytes are minerals with an electrical charge. When a mineral is dissolved in the body they become positively or negatively charged, and we use them to control the balance of water within and outside our cells – intra-cellular and extra-cellular water.
If you’re taking electrolyte powders, those minerals are not yet electrolytes, making them harder to absorb so you lose some of them in the digestive process. At Cellular FitnessTM our electrolytes are already in an ionic form; they’re already charged so your body can immediately absorb them all.
A lot of electrolyte supplements contain things like sodium, potassium, calcium, and magnesium, but these are just four out of 78 electrolytes in our solution. We use marine plasma, sourced 30m beneath pristine plankton blooms, the only place in nature which contains the full spectrum of 78 electrolytes in the correct ratios for optimum absorption and utilization.
The range of 78 electrolytes work, in synergy with each other within the human body. The full spectrum must be present in the correct rations to be absorbed and metabolised effectively, keeping your cells and body working optimally. Each type of electrolyte relies on at least 20 other elements to work to their full effect. Magnesium for example, cannot work without sodium, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, iron, and manganese etc.
The quantity of each electrolyte is important too – if you get too much of one electrolyte, this can have a knock-on effect on the absorption of all the other electrolytes. HYDRATE 78 NIGHT mirrors the composition of electrolytes in our own bodies which provides a slow release of all the 78 electrolytes needed for remineralization whilst you sleep, whilst HYDRATE 78 is a hypertonic solution which is 3x greater than your body internal fluid, providing rapid replenishment of all 78 electrolytes in the correct proportions, before, during and after exercise
What electrolytes do:
- Electrolytes direct water, and other essential nutrients, in and out of our cells. This regulation of water keeps us hydrated, which:
- Controls our optimal body temperature so we can deliver the best performance during intense and prolonged exercise.
- Helps us form blood plasma, which transports oxygen, glucose and amino acids to our muscles and organs, which they need for energy and focus.
- Carries away excess lactic acid produced by our muscles during exercise, which can otherwise lead to muscle fatigue, and delayed onset muscle soreness.
- Supports the production of synovial fluid which lubricates joints, allowing bones to move more freely for performance, and protecting them for longevity.
- Affects the amount of cerebral fluid, which provides cushioning for the brain, helping to mitigate the impact of injury which can occur in contact sports.
- Is the first step before electrolytes can support the process of energy metabolism, turning stored energy into usable energy.