Use electrolytes to prevent muscle cramps. You can find this liquid get in various foods. Muscle cramps are a sign of depleted of electrolytes. It is important for hydration in the body. They also conduct electricity in your body. These ions interact with each other and the cells in your body.
Muscle Cramps and Fatigue
I overworked my ancient body sawing down trees and carrying wood yesterday and had nasty leg cramps at bedtime last night.
Baking Soda in Water For Electrolytes
I remembered my dad putting baking soda in water for muscle problems. So, I put ½ teaspoon of baking soda in a half glass of water and drank it. In 10 minutes the problem was gone.
Baking Soda a Powerful Source of Magnesium
I researched and found that baking soda is a powerful source of magnesium. I will write more about this soon. Right now I am going to bed.
The major electrolytes found within the body include calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, phosphate and chloride.
Daily Intake of Bicarbonate of Soda
I decided to increase my intake of baking soda and sea salt. I think I am getting plenty of the other electrolytes with my greens, cheese, eggs, and fermented vegetables.