The Most Powerful ELECTROLYTE
HUmic Acid MINERAL
Electrolytes are mineral nutrients (elements) in the body that carry energy and form electric charges in body fluid. Some of those major minerals (electrolytes) are (calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, phosphate, chloride). They have a multitude of important functions, such as heartbeat rhythms, signaling and regulation, transmitting nerve impulses, allowing muscle contraction, stabilizing blood pressure, bone building and strengthening, reducing anxiety, supporting hormonal function and digestive issues.
Electrolytes are soluble in water and work by conducting electrical currents, helping cells to live healthy in the face of damage caused by a myriad of stresses; emotional, environmental, infections, improper diet, lack of sleep and general free radicals.
You can obtain electrolytes through foods and drinking fluids. However, you lose electrolytes by sweating during exercise, and through urination and defecation. Improper diet, excessive exercise and illness can also cause loss of electrolytes and imbalances within the body.
Humineral to the rescue. Humic acid is a two-chain mineral miracle, a powerful electrolyte and so much more. Encompassing the calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, phosphate and chloride but also over 8o+ more minerals derived from plants. All 8 major macro minerals and every trace mineral necessary to sustain the body. Significantly, Humic mineral works adaptagenically, only providing what the body can use.
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Clin Med (Lond). 2004 Nov-Dec;4(6):573-8.Fluid, Electrolytes and NutritionAbstractNutrition and fluid and electrolyte balance are inextricably linked through ingestion, digestion, absorption and intermediary metabolism. Studies are described showing that man’s physiological capacity to excrete excess salt and water is limited under normal conditions; it is further reduced by starvation and injury, so that patients are easily overloaded, resulting in increased complications of illness and surgery. Return of gastrointestinal function postoperatively is delayed by moderate saline overload. Illness not only influences external fluid and electrolyte balance but also internal balance between the extracellular and intracellular spaces and between the intravascular and extravascular components of the extracellular space. The mechanisms and management of these changes are discussed. The importance of fluid and electrolyte balance in nutritional support is emphasised–indeed, the benefits of nutrition may be negated by electrolyte imbalance. The relationships between serum albumin concentration, illness, nutrition and fluid balance are discussed and the limited role of albumin infusions described. Surveys among doctors have revealed a poor knowledge of fluid and electrolyte balance. Measures are needed to improve training.Fluid, electrolytes and nutrition. [Clin Med (Lond). 2005] PMID: 15656483 PMCID: PMC4951996