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- Q: Are there athletic applications for 7.2 Alkaline Booster?
- A: Did you know that athletes and those who workout are more prone to mineral depletion than any other group of individuals? The mineral salts in 7.2 Alkaline Booster are ideal for daily replenishment when taken at bedtime as suggested. For athletes, adding a single capsule to water or any sports drink can mineralize the beverage, which will support your electrolyte balance as you exercise. This is especially important for workouts exceeding one hour, as they often require nutritional supplementation including hydration and electrolytes. Additionally, 7.2 Alkaline Booster helps to quickly alkalize lactic acid which is often present after a hard workout.
- Q: Why is 7.2 Alkaline Booster called “The Hall Pass”?
- A: When you drink alcohol or choose acidic foods, you can counter the acid they create with 7.2 Alkaline Booster. Hence the nickname “The Hall Pass”. When you consume acidic items, precious minerals are leached from your body’s tissues in order to buffer the blood back to a consistent 7.365 pH. 7.2 Alkaline Booster provides the body with these minerals, and much more, to help prevent the effects that too much acid can have on our system. If you have a celebration in your future, plan ahead and protect yourself by taking four capsules of 7.2 Alkaline Booster before you head out on the town and four more when you get home. This will help keep your body alkaline on those occasions when you consume acidic foods and beverages in too great an amount.
- Q: What is the Best Time to Take 7.2 Alkaline Booster?
- A: Most nutrition scholars agree that mineral use and absorption by the body is better at night than during the day. The alkalizing effects of 7.2 Alkaline Booster coupled with the relaxing and calming effects of Marshmallow, Fennel and Lemon lend themselves to an ideal nighttime formulation. You can also add 7.2 Alkaline Booster to your water or sports bottle to replenish your body during and after a workout.
- Q: Why Does the Alkaline Booster Contain Pink Himalayan Sea Salt?
- A: Sea salts have been ingested by humans for thousands of years as a rich mineral source. There are two forms of ingestible sea salts – pink and black (dark). The differences are subtle, but the pink variety has traditionally been preferred to black when it comes to the ingestible form. The black salts color is due to its higher carbon and ash content. Interestingly, there are also some forms of black salt that have micro-particulate lava in them.
- Q: Why does 7.2 Alkaline Booster contain bicarbonate minerals?
- A: As a general rule, the bicarbonate form of minerals has a more basic, alkalizing effect and better antioxidant effect than any other form of the mineral spectrum. These bicarbonate minerals help Boosters maintain their “Hall Pass” status!
- Q: I am on a salt restricted diet, can I take Booster?
- A: Recent medical evidence has been mounting against universal salt restriction guidelines. A low-salt diet may actually cause serious (often unintended) health consequences and higher overall mortality, especially in the presence of certain chronic health conditions and lifestyle factors. Let’s take a look at some scientific evidence that contradicts salt restriction recommendations, as well as potential health risks of consuming a diet too low in salt. The Intersalt Study, published in 1988, was designed to resolve contradictions in ecological and epidemiological studies. Of note, the study failed to demonstrate any linear relationship between salt intake and blood pressure. In 1998 an article appeared in Science Magazine written by Gary Taubes, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Independent Investigator in Health Policy Research and well known scientific writer. The article highlighting the clash of public policy which supported salt reduction against controversial and (at best) flimsy scientific evidence supporting dietary salt reduction. He described how most of the scientific discrediting of salt reduction has been overshadowed by the public attention given to the “benefits” of avoiding salt. As Taubes explained over a decade ago, “the data supporting universal salt reduction have never been compelling, nor has it ever been demonstrated that such a program would not have unforeseen negative side effects.” Now, in 2012, we have data that suggests long-term dietary salt restriction may pose serious risks for much of the population. Yet major health organization guidelines still recommend the restriction of salt for all Americans. It seems we should take all dietary suggestions with a grain of salt! *Note: always consult with your healthcare provider before making any dietary changes.