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Chloride is one of three principle electrolytes and plays a key role in keeping your fluids balanced.
Especially Important For
People who exercise*, drink alcohol*, spend time outside on hot days*, are feeling sick and/or eat refined and processed foods.*
Muscle cramp preventer*
Nutrient absorption promoter*
Blood sugar stabilizer*
Heartbeat and blood sugar regulator*
Why it's important for hydration
Without enough chloride in your body, you won’t be able to properly balance your fluids. When imbalanced, you’re either losing more water than you can take in (dehydration), or consuming more water than your body can get rid of (hypervolemia). Both are bad.
Why it's important for overall health
Chloride combines with hydrogen in your stomach to make hydrochloric acid, a powerful enzyme responsible for the breakdown of proteins and the absorption of metallic minerals and vitamin B12.
It also helps your body digest and absorb nutrients.
Your body’s red blood cells and plasma exchange chloride to transport carbon dioxide and balance your body’s pH.
Evidence-based claims, or bust
Electrolytes and their relationship to normal and abnormal muscle function.
MOLECULAR CELL BIOLOGY
The Action Potential and Conduction of Electric Impulses.
CLINICAL JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEPHROLOGY
ELECTROLYTE BLOOD PRESS
Fluid and Electrolyte Disturbances in Critically Ill Patients.
METHODIST DEBAKEY CARDIOVASCULAR JOURNAL
Cardiac Consequences Of Electrolyte Imbalance.