Do you train hard? Do not be afraid of sodium!

Kitchen salt is often called white death, and for many years there have been ongoing various campaigns aimed at inducing us to reduce its consumption. As a result, the view was established that sodium is an undesirable component of our diet and at any price should be limited its supply with food. In fact, this belief is unjustified, and intense restriction of consumption of this…

Salt – enemy or bodybuilding ally?

Bodybuilding has become the biggest commotion around sodium. Some delight with its beneficial effects, others avoid it like a plague.  Namely, some people load sodium before the competition, others blame him for his failures. Some remove him from the diet a week before the competition, others limit the supply of sodium only for a day or two.  There is a good or bad way to…

Myths in nutrition 2/2

  Myth no. 3 High protein supply is dangerous.  The truth is that there is nothing extremely dangerous here.    Dysfunction of kidneys and liver.  In order to confirm this theory, reference should be made to scientific research here, but the truth is that apart from a few scientific studies based on individual patients who already had previous problems with kidneys, there is no such…

The importance of salt in the bodybuilding body – use or not?

Bodybuilding has become the biggest commotion around sodium. Some delight with its beneficial effects, others avoid it like a plague. Namely, some “load sodium” before the competition, others blame him for his failures. Some remove him from the diet a week before the competition, others limit the supply of sodium only for a day or two. There is a good or bad way to introduce…

Supplementing electrolytes. How to replenish electrolytes in the body

Electrolytes are necessary for the proper functioning of our body.These deficiencies can lead to disturbances of the heart rhythm, fainting and trembling.Check what is the correct value of electrolytes in the body and how to replenish the shortage of electrolytes in the body. Electrolytes are the medical term for salt ions that are found in our body fluids – in blood, plasma and tissue fluids.”…

Muscle cramps. How to avoid them?

Skeletal muscle spasms associated with exercise (EAMC) appear during or just after exercise. The etiology of EAMC development is not fully understood, and this topic is still subject to constant discussions. There are many reasons for the development of EAMC, the most common among sportsmen and health care professionals is the theory of dehydration and electrolyte imbalance. Hydration The influence of electrolytes Pickle juice as…