The Electrolytes in Turmeric & Ginger

Electrolytes in Turmeric and Ginger

Bumbleroot’s Turmeric Ginger Hydration Mix is a fan favorite. The flavor is great on its own, or in hot water as a tea, or added to a smoothie. You might already know that the coconut water and baobab fruit in the hydration drink mixes provide electrolytes, but the real organic turmeric and ginger that provide the flavor also provide important electrolytes.

Turmeric contains phosphorus and potassium, which are both important for electrolyte function in our bodies. The ginger in the hydration drink provides potassium and magnesium. 

A little more on each of the electrolytes in the real Turmeric and Ginger in Bumbleroot’s Hydration Drink Mix:

Potassium

Potassium is a mineral that acts as one of the most important electrolytes. It manages water balance inside and outside the cell and also is important for nerve, muscle, and heart functions.

Phosphorus

Phosphorus is a trace mineral combines with oxygen in the body to create phosphate, an important electrolyte that manages pH levels in extracellular fluid and is important for intracellular energy storage. It’s also important for for bone and teeth health.

Magnesium

Magnesium is a mineral and electrolyte that assists in hundreds of essential cellular functions. It help regulates blood pressure and heart rhythm and is important for bone health.


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