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People starting fasts can feel like they have the flu, even when they don’t--irritable mornings, dizziness, low energy and insomnia.
In your new metabolic state, your body burns fatty acids instead of glucose for energy. Your insulin levels may drop, cueing your kidneys to release sodium from your body.
That's why low glycogen and insulin levels have similar symptoms as dehydration--you’re peeing out all those energy bunny electrolytes.
Maintain a steady intake of key electrolytes and minerals to help fight the Keto Flu.
Perhaps the most common issue with fasting is low energy levels throughout the day.
Without food and most beverages as an option to rehydrate, you're often left feeling depleted.
Support all day energy by getting in fasting-friendly electrolytes!
Fasting can often induce brain fog and poor concentration due to electrolyte imabalnces.
Improve mental clarity and focus with a steady supply of electrolytes during your fasting journey with proper, balanced hydration levels.
Electrolyte supplementation becomes an absolute necessity if you're going to be exercising while fasting.
Losing just 2% of fluids and key electrolytes can significantly impair physical performance. When you exercise, you lose 6 to 10%.
Infusing your water with these essential minerals will optimize your exercise and movement by replenishing and restoring already lower levels of electrolytes for longer, more sustainable workouts.
Electrolytes like sodium are crucial to every cell and system to muscle contractions, transport nutrients and send signals in your nervous system.
Without enough of them, you'll be prone to cramping, which can be some of the more uncomfortable experiences during a fast.
Say goodbye to cramps for good with a balanced, sugar-free electrolyte and mineral infused supply of water.
While fasting, you're bound to feel hungry.
With a supply of electrolytes and trace minerals like chromium that support satiety and insulin sensitivity, you'll have fewer cravings to make for a more comfortable journey.
Our bodies don’t store electrolytes for long, so you’ll deplete the existing ones stored in your body’s tissues pretty quickly where you’ll start to feel the negative impacts of electrolyte deficiencies: fatigue, headaches, grogginess, muscle cramps, nausea and a decline in performance.
There's some science behind the hype—even intermittent fasting is linked to lasting health benefits from brain health to weight loss.
LOWER LDL & TOTAL CHOLESTEROL
A recent study linked alternate day fasting to lower levels of key heart health markers like triglycerides, total cholesterol and the "bad" LDL cholesterol.
While animals have only been studied thus far for links to brain health, the results have been overwhelmingly positive for cognitive performance.
Fasting can reduce inflammation which may lead to neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s, it may also enhance cognitive function by increasing the generation of nerve cells in the brain.
Not only does fasting limit your total calories consumed, but it also revs your metabolism.
Studies link consistent use of Intermittent Fasting to effective reductions in weight by many dieters.
REDUCED INSULIN RESISTANCE
Even doing intermittent fasting just three times a week can help your body transport glucose from your blood to your cells more efficiently, lowering your risk of Type 2 Diabetes.
REDUCED LEVELS OF C-REACTIVE PROTEIN
A 2022 study showed that moderate intermittent fasting practices reduced key markers of inflammation like lower levels of C-reactive proteins.