Transitioning to a low carb keto diet can drastically limit your intake of essential micro-nutrients.
Electrolytes are minerals that allow your body to maintain important functions, such as muscle contraction and heartbeat regulation. Electrolytes exist in your bodily fluids and are lost on a regular basis via sweat, urination and breathing. The primary electrolytes that are lost on a Keto diet are Sodium, Magnesium, Calcium and Potassium.
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