Elyte Balanced Electrolyte Concentrate
We’ve all been there in the middle of the night - you wake up with that cramp that sends a shock through your entire body...
Electrolyte loss can be a result of stress, exercise, poor diet, pregnancy, illness, or medications. E-Lyte is formulated with the three ingredients you need to bring it back to the perfect Ph balance - Sodium, Potassium and Magnesium.
No sugars, no artificial sweeteners, just pure, salty electrolytes in a 16:1 ratio - the highest concentration available.
- Fights cramps
- Improves stamina and reduces fatigue
- Boosts Energy
- Maintain body temperature
- Aids neurological function and enhances nerve signalling
E-lyte works because of it’s balance of Sodium and Potassium. The sodium in the concentrate allows muscles to contract and the potassium relaxes them, which prevents cramping. Many electrolyte concentrates on the market are formulated for athletes, and, therefore, contain high levels of sodium. However, the average person needs less sodium than an athlete. Because of this, we've formulated E-Lyte with a ratio of more potassium and less sodium.
E-Lyte can replace electrolytes lost as a result of:
- Poor diet
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What is E-Lyte Electrolyte Concentrate used for?
Balanced Electrolyte Concentrate cleans & replenishes the blood by balancing the essential electrolytes, which is vital for proper CNS (central nervous system) & muscular function. Not only balancing, but constantly adding, in cases of fatigue and poor metabolic function, such as muscle cramps in legs and feet. Electrolytes drive all muscle function from the blinking of an eye to the wiggling of a finger.
What are the ingredients in E-Lyte Electrolyte Concentrate?
E-Lyte Electrolyte Concentrate is a proprietary blend of purified water with 3 macro minerals: potassium, sodium, and magnesium & their chemical partners: phosphate, chloride, bicarbonate, and sulfate.
What kind of purified water is used in E-Lyte Electrolyte Concentrate?
The water used in E-Lyte Electrolyte Concentrate is first passed through 2 filters, then through a large GE Reverse Osmoses filter, then another filter, then ultra violet purifier, then a deionizer, and finally another filter. Additionally, there is another filter, as well as a UV filter, just prior to packaging/filling. Water is our business and we are dedicated to providing the very best that is possible to obtain. That is the water that is used for all E-Lyte Electrolytes and BodyBio liquid minerals.
What is the recommended dosage of E-Lyte Electrolyte Concentrate?
The recommended dosage of E-Lyte Electrolyte Concentrate is 2-3 capfuls of concentrate to 8 oz. of water, or 8 ounces into 1 gallon of water or milk. Drink an 8 oz. serving 1-2 times daily, or as directed by your physician or HCP.
How long will 1 bottle of E-Lyte Electrolyte Concentrate last?
There are 40 servings in one 20 oz. bottle of E-Lyte Electrolyte Concentrate. One bottle makes 2 gallons of finished electrolyte drink. One bottle will last for approximately 20 to 40 days.
What can E-Lyte Electrolyte Concentrate be mixed with?
E-Lyte Electrolyte Concentrate can be mixed with water or milk. Milk provides Calcium, the last of the important macro electrolytes. You can also pour 2-3 capfuls of concentrate into already cooked soups, broths, stews, or any food you'd normally add salt to. Do not cook with E-Lyte Electrolyte Concentrate, as the heat of cooking tends to reduce the magnesium content. Add it in after cooking.
Can E-Lyte Electrolyte Concentrate be mixed with Gatorade or other Juices? Why/Why Not?
Many sports drinks & most fruit juices can carry a strong acid pH, which changes the pH of E-Lyte Electrolyte Concentrate. and is best not be used together. It is suggested they not be used together. The high sugar content precipitates (removes) the alkaline macro minerals out of from solution before the body can use them. Plus, it doesn't seem to taste right. You generally would not salt fruit drinks.
How does E-Lyte Electrolyte Concentrate differ from E-lyteSport?
E-lyteSport was designed for athletes & has a higher sodium content for to support optimal performance, since athletes tend to use up electrolytes 'especially sodium' rapidly during intense activity.