Electrolyte Water? Here’s What You Need to Know


There’s no doubt you’ve heard the word “electrolytes” in marketing for all kinds of sports drinks and foods.

But do you know what electrolytes are, how they benefit the human body, and where to find the best source of them?

Electrolytes are certain minerals that interact with the human body to sustain health. Specifically, they include sodium, magnesium, potassium, calcium, and bicarbonate. These minerals help the electric functions of our bodies (our nerves and muscles) perform. Without electrolytes the human body couldn’t survive.

In addition to regulating our nerve and muscle function, electrolytes help maintain a body’s hydration, blood pH level, blood pressure, and the rebuilding of damaged tissue.

Needless to say, electrolytes are vital to our existence and our continued good health.

Because electrolytes are so vital, many sports drinks and bottled water companies market their products as “high in electrolytes” and promote their products as best for rehydrating during and after sports. In fact, sugary sports drinks only provide a quick burst of minerals, but deplete the body over time.

Dr. Edward Group said,

When we expend sweat and lose these vital minerals, we need to replenish, not only with water but with minerals. If we combine intake of fluids with electrolytes, we will actually hydrate quicker, as water follows electrolytes. Moreover, taking in electrolytes like sodium reduces the amount of water lost in urination, allowing the fluids to be more readily absorbed back into the muscles, tissue and nerves.

One of the best ways to get these electrolytes is through spring water that has naturally occurring electrolytes in it.

Castle Rock Water routinely has its water tested and analyzed. That analysis, which you can find here, shows the natural electrolytes sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium, and bicarbonate present. That means Castle Rock Water is a naturally occurring electrolyte-rich drinking water that is better for hydration than any sports drink.

Professional athletes in the NFL and NBA drink Castle Rock Water to hydrate, as do health and fitness coaches throughout the United States.

In addition to having natural electrolytes to properly hydrate, Castle Rock Water is naturally alkaline. It’s pure living structured water that is never processed or touched by human hands. It’s as pure as water gets, and it’s exactly what your body needs to perform at its highest level.

Have you tried elecrolyte-rich Castle Rock Water yet?


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