Natural Low Sodium Sea Salt
Natural low sodium sea salt
Most sports drinks do not use natural low sodium sea salt - instead, they use processed and refined salts with little health-promoting benefits.
Especially Important For
People searching for natural, health-promoting alternatives to refined salt (i.e. table salt and salt found in processed and manufactured foods)
Muscle cramp preventer
Deep sleep promoter
Blood sugar stabilizer
Heartbeat and blood sugar regulator
Why ours is the best
85% of an average American’s salt intake is from nutrient sparse sources like table salt and salt added into processed foods.
After it’s mined, manufacturers heat table salt to 1200˚F to eliminate impurities. Unfortunately, this also strips away beneficial trace minerals.
Next, manufacturers inject the salt with anti-caking agents to keep the finely ground minerals from clumping together. These agents can often include fluoride, monosodium glutamate (MSG) and bleaching compounds to make it white. What ends up in your mouth is an industrial smorgasbord of sodium chloride and harsh chemicals.
Most sports drinks use processed and refined salts with little health-promoting benefits in their hydrating drinks.
Buoy’s electrolytes come from our hand harvested natural low sodium sea salt. It’s loaded with 87 micronutrients and trace minerals that work wonders for your brain and body.
Because it’s not modified or processed, with every squeeze you’re getting all those beneficial nutrients that help preserve a healthy pH, balance electrolytes, support brain, muscle and nervous function, aid in detoxification and digestion and, obviously, prevent dehydration.
Some research suggests these minerals can even boost gallbladder and kidney function as well as libido.
Evidence-based claims, or bust
FOOD ADDITIVES PERMITTED FOR DIRECT ADDITION TO FOOD FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION
FDA Anticaking Agents Code of Federal Regulations Title 21
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