On average, you lose about one liter (approximately 34 ounces) of fluid per hour of exercise. Extreme heat and humidity can raise that amount to three liters in one hour. Dehydration doesn't mean just more water. Hydration means electrolyte sufficiency which includes adequate and balanced amounts of sodium and potassium.
The word is out. After decades of misinformation, the growing body of scientific literature is disclosing that low sodium levels may indeed be harmful to health. In fact, for best health outcomes are seen at sodium levels 2-3x higher than government recommendations.
This tasty electrolyte drink mix is formulated to help anyone with their electrolyte needs and is perfectly suited to folks following a keto, low-carb, or paleo diet.