Minerals and Hydration

Stay Hydrated, Feel Your Best

Did you know water makes up about 60% of our body weight? That's why staying hydrated is crucial for feeling our best. Water is like the body's ultimate teammate, supporting digestion, circulation, temperature control, and delivering nutrients to our cells [1].

But water alone isn't always enough. When we sweat or go about our day, we lose electrolytes – those minerals like sodium, potassium, calcium, and magnesium. Think of them as the "secret sauce" for hydration. They help maintain fluid balance, keep our nerves firing, and our muscles contracting smoothly [2].

Minerals: The Powerhouse for Hydration

Imagine our cells are like tiny balloons. Electrolytes, especially potassium and magnesium, help regulate the flow of water in and out, keeping them plump and functioning well. Others, like calcium and phosphorus, are essential for strong bones and teeth, which contribute to overall health [2].

Without enough of these minerals, our body might struggle to hold onto water, leading to dehydration and potential health concerns. Here's the key takeaway: a balanced diet rich in minerals is essential for proper hydration and healthy cells [2].

The American Hydration Challenge:

The truth is, most Americans (almost 90 percent of us!!) get too much sodium and not enough potassium [3]. This imbalance can increase our risk of certain health problems. Luckily, these are habits we can change!

Introducing Multiforce: Your Electrolyte Ally

Multiforce provides a convenient way to get the electrolytes (calcium, magnesium, and potassium) we need to support proper hydration and optimal cellular function.


  1. National Institutes of Health. "Water and Your Health." https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2908954/
  2. Mayo Clinic. "Electrolytes." https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/symptoms/24019-electrolyte-imbalance/
  3. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "Sodium - Salt." https://www.cdc.gov/dhdsp/docs/sodium-reduction-key-messages-508.pdf

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