One of the things that many people forget to take into consideration is electrolyte balance.

What are electrolytes?

Electrolytes = Substance that when dissolved in fluid conducts an electric current. Some of the electrolytes that we think about are Sodium, Magnesium and Potassium.



Electrolytes don’t just conduct electrical current; like when we flex our muscles; when we send signals from our brain to the rest of your body; when we’re thinking. They also control fluid balance and maintain proper pH. Electrolytes are important because they are what cells (especially those of the nerve, heart, and muscle ) use to maintain voltages across their cell membranes and to carry electrical impulses (nerve impulses, muscle contractions) across themselves and to other cells.

One of the best ways to maintain electrolytes is to take Mitoplex! It contains some of the essential electrolytes and well as a Mitochondrial Matrix Support Blend of Creatine Monohydrate, MitoP2Q and C-Med 100 for improved metabolism and mitochondrial biogenesis.

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Updated: Dec 1, 2020

Many people use carbs as their main source of energy; rice, noodles, bread, pasta, prata, cereal, oatmeal, sugary drinks, beer, fruits, etc are just some examples of carbs. Once consumed, carbs will eventually be broken down in the body into glucose. So how are carbs digested?


There are a few components to this: -

1. Digestion of carbs begins by chewing = digestive enzymes start breaking them down. After swallowing it goes to the stomach. 2. After that, the acid in the stomach stops the enzymes from the saliva, kills bacteria and breaks them down. 3. Next it goes into the small intestine, and the pancreas releases enzymes into the small intestines to further break down the carbs into sugars. Those sugars (or glucose) ultimately get into the blood. Hence, there is an increase in blood glucose.


The body is constantly regulating everything, one of them is blood glucose. If blood glucose gets too high, the glucose may get stuck on blood cells and tissues, build thickness on areas where you might get diffusion of nutrients into tissues and into cells, and essentially that can cause cell death. This is one of the reasons for neuropathy and other diseases.

We can deny it all we want but the fact is that we are all consuming too much carbs for our own good. Therefore, it is extremely important that we reduce our carb intake in order to give ourselves the best chance of prevention against diseases.

So you may be wondering, but if I don’t eat carbs, then where do I get my energy from?


Watch this video to learn more!

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Nelson Pn1, KMS keytoketo.co

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Nelson Tan, Pn1 KMS ketoketo.co Certified Nutrition Coach (Pn1) Certified Keto Mastery Specialist (KMS)

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