Question: What's in DocScott's Electrolytes
DocScott's Electrolytes provides the following trace minerals utilized as electrolytes from alkalized mineral salts to give the competitive edge the athlete needs: Magnesium, Phosphorus, Calcium, Chromium, Manganese, Iron, Cobalt, Copper, Zinc, Selenium, Molybdenum, (and other naturally occurring trace elements found in crystalline salt.)
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Question: The mixed solution tastes to salty, can I dilute the mixture?
Answer: Yes, as we age our taste buds age as well, or when we introduce new tastes to our taste buds no matter our age, the sensations are sent to our brain. Our perceptions of to salty or to sweet are real, so the answer is simple. All you need to do is dilute the solution. I would recommend 1oz of DocScott's Electrolytes to 1 gallon of water until your body senses change. Once your body adapts you can return to the recommended mix of 2oz per gallon.
Question: As a competitive athlete, what should I expect drinking DocScott's Electrolytes daily?
Answer: You can expect a new normal, meaning you won't fatigue as quickly. Your endurance will increase. Your alertness will increase. Your strength, power, and ability to work (force = mass x acceleration) will improve. You will be better than the other guy or gal. You can expect to better your game. You might begin to win!
Question: How many drops can I put in my water bottle?
Answer: That's a silly question. Drops are not measurements, but a few drops should do it......) ;)
Here's the math. If 2oz/gal is the formula, then how many teaspoons are needed for 1 cup? "Nobody said there would be math" 0.84375 teaspoon of DocScott's Electrolytes per cup (8oz.)
less than 1 teaspoon drop/cup