By Carolyn Dean MD ND
Electrolytes are ionic conductors of electrical current in the body. They are dissolved in bodily fluids and travel throughout the body ready to activate nerve cells and muscle cells for electrical and physical activity. Electrolytes also regulate, effect and affect metabolism at every level of the body.
ReMyte is a Completement formula that will perfectly balance electrolytes in your system allowing for complete hydration.
ReMyte goes far beyond most electrolyte solutions by providing one dozen minerals in the unique picometer, ionic size that allows for complete absorption at the cellular level. Thus the potency of the minerals can be very low, eliminating any possibility of toxicity, yet when 100% absorbed at the cellular level, these minerals are highly effective.
ReMyte includes Boron, Copper, Chromium, Iodine, Selenium, Zinc, which have very specific roles to play in bone health, blood vessel integrity, blood sugar balance, thyroid support, cancer protection, immune system regulation.
ReMyte works synergistically with ReMag, our magnesium product. ReMag stabilizes lipid cell membranes to allow the mineral ions from ReMyte to properly enter the cells and hold onto these minerals as they perform their cellular functions. ReMyte and ReMag also enhance the activity of rest of the Completement Formulas.
Calcium is vital for the strength and development of bones and teeth. Along with magnesium, it transmits nerve and muscle impulses and stabilizes cell membranes, decreasing their permeability to cellular toxins and allergens. Calcium is also necessary for proper blood coagulation. The UK and the WHO (World Health Organization) recommend 500-700mg per day not the US levels of 1,000-1,500mg. A dairy-rich diet and bone broth, nuts, seeds and green leafy vegetables may provide you with 600mg per day. If that is not possible you may use highly absorbed ReCalcia in its picometer-ionic form.
You can read more about ReMyte and ReCalcia in this free booklet: ReMyte and ReCalcia – Invisible Minerals Part II