Extreme fatigue, cramping, and constipation. This blog post explains why low potassium levels could be the cause of these unpleasant symptoms.
This week, we are happy to share with our customers that our newest product, SaltStick Vitassium, is now available for purchase in the United Kingdom.
At SaltStick, we are proud to sponsor top athletes in the fields of triathlon, running, tennis and now, jiu jitsu. We are inspired by our athletes and admire the hard work and time they have dedicated to achieving success.
Endurance athletes can lose up to 2,000 mg of sodium per hour when they exercise in the heat, but football players may lose much more than that.
In this blog post, we answer salt-related questions often asked by dysautonomia patients. Read to learn about the kidneys, the sodium-glucose pump and potassium intake.
When sodium levels are too low, the body responds with painful symptoms. But what exactly causes those nasty headaches, high levels of fatigue and painful muscular cramps?
Hormones are key to understanding the hydration process, and what to do when that process breaks down.
And three other questions you were too afraid to ask.
Fastchews’ new resealable 10-count packets make them easier to consume during training and racing.
Are the extreme dehydration techniques practiced by competitive bodybuilders healthy — or even necessary?