LMNT contains 1000 mg sodium, 200 mg potassium, 60 mg magnesium and no sugar.
A question we hear a lot: “Why do you put a full gram of sodium in every stick pack? Isn’t salt bad for your heart?”
The truth is, that’s not nearly as cut and dry as it’s been made out to be. Sodium is an essential mineral—the stuff of life—and we’ve never been shy to address the misinformation around it.
In this article, we’ll cover the clinical evidence behind LMNT’s electrolyte ratios. We’ll start with sodium, potassium, and magnesium – and then address why LMNT doesn’t contain calcium, phosphorus, or trace minerals. Read more.
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