Are the extreme dehydration techniques practiced by competitive bodybuilders healthy — or even necessary?
For at least the second time this year, there have been announcements that professional triathletes have tested positive for banned substances, and we want continue to reassure our customers and athletes that SaltStick products have been banned-substance-free since our start, more than 11 years ago.
If you have ever wondered why you cannot seem to get enough of that sweet potato pie, this blog post is for you.
Research links increased salt consumption with lower stress rates. But is this an excuse to reach for the salt shaker every time we feel anxious?
SaltStick Fastchews owe their fast-acting power to the way the body absorbs electrolytes through the mouth. But what does that mean exactly?
At SaltStick, we are proud to sponsor top athletes in the fields of triathlon, running, tennis and more. We are inspired by our athletes and admire the hard work and time they have dedicated to achieving success.
This week, our CEO, Jonathan Toker, Ph.D., shares his experience racing in Colorado and how travel has impacted his life. This is a really good read, and anyone ever “afflicted” by a sense of wanderlust can surely relate.
This week, we are happy to share with our customers that our newest product, SaltStick Vitassium, is approved and available for purchase in Canada.
The Ironman World Championship is this weekend, kicking off on the morning of Saturday, October 14. In advance, we are taking you behind the scenes to show how SaltStick will help the athletes battle the heat and humidity of the Big Island.
A search through endurance-related forums will reveal hand-swelling is a common malady, with posts complaining that hands look like “a rubber glove that’s been blown up” or fingers that “feel very tight and hard to bend.”