Introducing Vitassium FastChews!

Introducing Vitassium FastChews!

We're launching Vitassium FastChews – delicious chewable tablets for electrolytes on the go!   Since Vitassium launched in 2016, we’ve helped support thousands of people each day who can benefit from extra sodium intake, such as those managing symptoms of POTS, EDS, Addison’s disease and vasovagal syncope. Vitassium is a medical food that helps maintain and replenish electrolyte levels, reduce fatigue, and dizziness due to low blood pressure, as well as support healthy blood pressure, under the guidance of your physician.   Today, we’re thrilled to expand our family of electrolyte products with the launch of Vitassium FastChews. As an evolution of the original capsule product, Vitassium FastChews offer a new way to consume electrolytes on the go, in chewable tablet format. Available in two flavors – Fruit Punch and Grape – Vitassium FastChews do not require water for consumption and are designed to be kind to sensitive stomachs. Each two-tablet...
Noah McDermott - Feb 28, 2022
Your complete guide to gifting SaltStick over the holidays

Your complete guide to gifting SaltStick over the holidays

Planning your holiday gifts for 2020? If you’re not sure what to get that exercise enthusiast in your life, SaltStick may be your answer. For 15 years, our products have been powering athletes of all types by helping them avoid cramps and fatigue through proper electrolyte consumption. From ultrarunners to weekday yogis, anyone who sweats for an hour or more at a time can benefit from a nutritional routine that aims to keep electrolyte levels balanced. Additionally, as many health-conscious athletes have begun to avoid sports drinks due to their high sugar and food coloring content, a clean, all-natural product like SaltStick will get the job done. Unsure of which product might be best? Use the guide below to find the perfect holiday option.   SaltStick Caps Our original and most popular product, SaltStick Caps work well for athletes of all kinds, including runners, triathletes, hikers, cyclists, yogis, CrossFit enthusiasts,...
SaltStick - Dec 04, 2020
Our favorite memories from the 2018 Dysautonomia International Conference

Our favorite memories from the 2018 Dysautonomia International Conference

On June 22-24, hundreds of dysautonomia patients and their families congregated in Nashville, Tennessee, to participate in the sixth annual Dysautonomia International (DI) Conference. For the third year in a row, SaltStick attended the conference as well, to take part in a weekend full of educational seminars, engaging speakers, social events and dysautonomia advocacy training. With more than 400 guests, the DI Conference is the largest of its kind, bringing together patients, caregivers, researchers, physicians, industry representatives, non-profit leaders and government policy makers. From meeting Superbowl MVP Nick Foles and his wife, to tasting the many varieties of salt, every attendee walked away having learned something new about dysautonomia, its causes, treatments and related conditions. We, for our part, continue to be inspired by the courage and determination embodied by dysautonomia patients and their families. We enjoyed each conversation with everyone who stopped by our booth, and we can’t wait...
SaltStick - Jun 29, 2018
This is what happens when potassium levels are too low

This is what happens when potassium levels are too low

Extreme fatigue, cramping, and constipation. This blog post explains why low potassium levels could be the cause of these unpleasant symptoms. Known as hypokalemia, low potassium levels can be detrimental to athletic performance. Many parts of the body, ranging from the heart to the digestive system, rely on normal potassium levels to conduct nervous signals that prompt muscles to contract. Without enough potassium, this process is hampered, and a wide variety of negative symptoms results. While this blog post focuses on what happens when you do not get enough potassium, if you would like to learn more about how the body uses potassium when adequate levels are present, please check out the following blog posts: This Is Why Potassium Is So Important To Exercise Performance Four Ways Potassium Matters to Your Sports Performance How Does the Sodium-Glucose Pump Work? (And Other Questions) Continue reading to learn what happens when potassium...
SaltStick - May 07, 2018
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