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Boulder Salt drink mix is designed to mirror the body's electrolyte ratio

Published September 28, 2018

LONGMONT, Colo. (BRAIN) — Boulder Salt is a mixture of sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium, in a ratio that mirrors what occurs naturally in the body. The company says Boulder Salt offers superior hydration due to its unique ratio of electrolytes.

According to the company, the product has the following attributes:

  • Boulder Salt can prevent and eliminate muscle cramping.

  • It is an excellent source of magnesium (ranks well above other popular electrolyte products in a side by side comparison). One serving provides over 1⁄3 of the RDA.

  • Boulder Salt can be used alone in water for an instant electrolyte drink, without sugar, flavorings nor calories. It allows cyclists the option of keeping calories separate from electrolytes.

  • Boulder Salt has a soft, mild taste, and is alkaline. The alkalinity helps to counteract acid that builds up over the course of a workout. Because of its soft taste, it can also be added to most other sports drinks, for a boost of electrolytes, without altering the taste. Boulder Salt in water also makes an excellent base for those that want to experiment with flavorings, sweeteners and electroyte levels, and make their own custom sports drink.

  • Single-serve packets are extremely water-resistant, have an infinite shelf life and hold up in hot and humid environments (sweaty jersey pockets included!).

  • Boulder Salt can also be used in the kitchen as a 1:1 replacement for any other salt in food prep, cooking and baking. It is a nutritionally superior alternative and has 40% less sodium per serving than tradtional table salt, sea salt and Himalayan salt. It can help stabilize blood pressure and it tastes great.

Boulder Salt comes in boxes of 60 count individual-serving packets, 1 pound bags and in custom bulk packages. It is sold through bike shops, running stores and massage centers in Colorado and Hawaii. It is also sold direct online. 

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