The Power of Electrolytes + Cognizin® Citicoline
Electrolyte balance is the key to sustained performance, greater mood, and balanced energy levels. Electrolyte Boost® not only delivers electrolytes without water, it now includes Cognizin® citicoline, a clinically studied, comprehensive nootropic to support long term brain health, mental energy and focus.
In addition to electrolyte balance, citicoline provides:
- Nutrition support for focus and attention, cognition and accuracy
- Daily support for mental energy and mood
- Long term brain health support
Boost Without Water
With Electrolyte Boost’s Waterless Delivery Technology®, you no longer need to constantly carry around clunky bottles of water to boost your electrolytes. Our unique formula is absorbed directly through the membranes in the mouth, boosting your electrolytes and delivering Cognizin® citicoline directly into your bloodstream.
Electrolyte Boost is an electrolyte energy blend specifically engineered for boosting performance...no water required! Electrolyte Boost also includes the noontropic Cognizin™. Citicoline is clinically proven to enhance mental performance, concentration, attention, and memory. Together these ingredients will help you feel more energized and at the top of your game.
We recommend no more than 6 packets per day.
Yes. In fact, while you will feel a boost of mental energy from one dose, daily dosing of Cognizin™ citicoline has been shown to be even more effective.
Electrolytes are absorbed immediately through the cheeks and tongue and are effective very quickly. Cognizin™ Citicoline is absorbed through the intestinal wall and distributed through the bloodstream throughout your body. It is also effective very quickly since Cognizin™ Citicoline can cross the blood-brain barrier to your nervous system
Electrolytes are minerals in your body that carry electrical charges. They play a vital role in maintaining proper fluid balance, nerve function, and muscle contraction, making them essential for active individuals.
Electrolytes help make muscles contract by promoting the transmission of messages across nerve cell membranes. Electrolyte balance is critical to optimal performance and overall health. The two chief electrolytes are sodium and potassium. Sodium regulates performance outside cells, whereas potassium regulates performance inside cells.
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The primary electrolytes lost through sweating during exercise are sodium, potassium, magnesium, and chloride. Electrolyte Boost quickly replenishes them without the need for water.
When electrolytes are lost through sweating, imbalances can occur, leading to muscle cramps, fatigue, reduced endurance, and impaired cognitive function. replenishing electrolytes may help maintain athletic performance[SK1].
If you are seeking to replenish electrolytes without the sugary drinks or bulky water bottles, Electrolyte Boost offers the only alternative and is an excellent choice.
Yes, electrolyte imbalances can lead to various health issues, including confusion and irritability, fatigue, muscle cramps, nausea and vomiting, diarrhea or constipation, cardiac complications, nervous system complications , and in severe cases, heart attack and stroke. It is crucial to maintain proper electrolyte balance, especially during intense physical activity.
Yes. Sweat loss can lead to electrolyte depletion and replacing them aids in recovery and prevents potential imbalances.
Anyone exercising in the heat, humidity, or at high altitude, or are active for long periods of time, should replace sodium, potassium, and magnesium, which are typically lost in larger quantities during extended periods of physical activity. Since sweat concentration and volume can vary, individuals should focus on replenishing their personal needs.
Certain medical conditions, such as kidney disease, diabetes, andgastrointestinal disorders, can impact electrolyte balance. If you have any underlying health conditions, it's important to consult a healthcare professional for personalized guidance on electrolyte management during exercise.
Citicoline is a compound that combines choline, a B-vitamin, and cytidine, which are essential nutrients for brain health and function. It is also known as cytidine diphosphate-choline (CDP-Choline).
Citicoline is involved in the synthesis of phosphatidylcholine, a key component for creating and maintaining healthy nerve and brain cell membranes. It also supports the production of neurotransmitters like acetylcholine, dopamine, and norepinephrine, which are critical for energy production, and movement, memory, cognitive function and mood regulation.
Since so many Americans do not consume enough choline from foods, supplementing with highly bioavailable Cognizin™ Citicoline as part of Electrolyte Boost daily can help people meet their nutritional need for choline.. Cognizin™ Citicoline supplementation has been associated with various cognitive benefits, including improved focus, attention, memory, and psychomotor speed. It may also protect neuronal tissue, enhance brain energy metabolism, and promote neuroplasticity.
Most people in the United States consume less than the daily recommended amount for choline. Approximately 90%–95% of pregnant women consume less choline than the daily recommended amount, and prenatal dietary supplements typically contain little if any choline. Choline might play a role in cardiovascular and peripheral artery disease, neurological disorders, and Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease.*
Citicoline is unique because it not only provides a more well-absorbed form of choline but also supplies cytidine, which plays a role in absorption and phosphatidylcholine synthesis. This combination makes citicoline a more comprehensive and effective choline source for supporting brain health.
While there are foods that contain choline and cytidine, such as sweet potatoes and cinnamon, they are not commonly found in the typical Western diet. Therefore, supplementation with citicoline or choline-rich foods may be necessary to ensure adequate intake. Other choline-rich (not citicoline) foods include egg yolks, nuts, soybeans, wheat germ, cauliflower, and spinach.