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As the newest addition to the Vemma Bod•ēTM line, Bod•ē Thirst is a premium exercise supplement packed with the electrolytes you need during and after a workout.* It contains four hydrating electrolytes, but it’s important to understand how they benefit the body. 

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A common component in sports drinks, electrolytes are essential minerals that assist your body in maintaining proper hydration.* They also support nerve impulse transmission and muscle contractions.* Electrolytes allow your body to conduct electricity; they attract water and help the body distribute it to the areas of greatest need.*

The primary electrolytes your body needs are calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, chloride, bicarbonate and phosphate. When you perspire during and after exercise, the delicate balance of electrolytes is diminished, with sodium and potassium being the most commonly lost electrolytes. Sodium helps ward off muscle cramps or weakness, as well as promotes fluid retention, while potassium is beneficial for recovery since exercise can be stressful to the body. Therefore, to prevent dehydration, it’s important to drink water and replenish your body with these necessary electrolytes right after the activity, or once an hour for prolonged physical activity. Promptly replacing these nutrients helps enhance muscular and cellular function.*

For optimal performance, your body requires an adequate supply of electrolytes to allow water to get to the areas that need it most. Even slight dehydration can impact performance levels. Cell metabolism, body temperature and blood pressure all depend heavily on the proper balance of water in the body.

Bod•ē Thirst provides the body with an ultra-hydrating blend of the electrolytes calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium — just what your body needs to rehydrate and recover from a workout.*

So next time you head to the gym or embark on a brisk run or hike, make sure you grab a Bod•ē Thirst to help keep you in peak condition.

Order Vemma Bod•ē Thirst™


Sources:

Medline Plus @ www.nlm.nih.gov.
Understanding Nutrition, (11th Edition, Chapter 12)


*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


 


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