Aren’t we now looking for foods with ‘low-fat’, ‘low-calorie’ and ‘sugar-free’ labels on their packages?
We trust manufacturers and pay for products with ‘natural’ and ‘real’ notes without realizing that they are not as good and healthy as we would expect.
1. Sports Drinks
Whenever athletes have a need for electrolytes, they purchase sports drinks. Electrolytes are responsible for a wide range of different functions in the body. One of their purposes is to regulate fluids. If the body is hydrated, it ensures the perfect performance during workout. However, electrolytes are not lost as fast as most of us might think.