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ELECTROLYTES PART 3: WHAT DO ELECTROLYTES DO? | Tassie Supps

Each electrolyte has a unique function within the body, but they all work together to help your body function properly. Let’s take a look at the main functions of electrolytes.

ELECTROLYTES PART 2: ELECTROLYTES EXPLAINED | Tassie Supps

Phosphorus is unique as it becomes an electrolyte when combined with oxygen, creating phosphate. Electrolyte balance is essential, although an electrolyte imbalance in healthy adults is quite rare. Let’s take a closer look at the function of each electrolyte and their food sources.

ELECTROLYTES PART 1: HOW ELECTROLYTES HELP SUPPORT HYDRATION | Tassie Supps

Ions can respond to other molecules based upon their charge. A common example is a compound called sodium chloride (NaCl), otherwise known as table salt. The charges are extremely important, because they control the flow of water in and out of cells.

COLLAGEN - PART 6 COLLAGEN SUPPLEMENTS | Tassie Supps

Timing and Results

Most supplemental forms of collagen come in a powder format, which makes it easy to add into your day. Aim to consume consistently at a time that is most convenient for you. Often times,

COLLAGEN - PART 5 JOINT HEALTH AND COLLAGEN | Tassie Supps

Joint Health and Collagen

So you may be asking, “what does collagen have to do with joints? Well, collagen is involved in overall joint health, because bones and connective tissues are made up on collagen.

POST-WORKOUT NUTRITION: WHAT YOU NEED AFTER A WORKOUT | Tassie Supps

 

Before we can talk Protein, we should first understand why Protein is recommended following activity. During physical activity muscles may experience muscle protein breakdown.

Flexible Dieting: A Quick Guide | Tassie Supps

How Does Flexible Dieting Work?

Flexible dieting is not a diet. It is more of a lifestyle. It puts the control in the hands of the dieter, meaning there are no meal plans or food restrictions that need to be followed.

COLLAGEN - PART 4 - COLLAGEN TYPES TO CONSIDER FOR YOUR GOALS | Tassie Supps

Collagen Type I is the most common of the three. In fact, type one makes up about 90% of all collagen found in the human body. Generally, type I is found in combination with type III. Collagen is found in all fibrous tissues except cartilage. Therefore,

COLLAGEN - PART 3 COLLAGEN IN DIET | Tassie Supps

Which Nutrients Help Support Collagen Production?

You may see that foods such as berries and citrus fruits credited as good sources of collagen. However, these dietary sources do not contain collagen. Instead,

COLLAGEN - PART 2 TOP 4 COLLAGEN MYTHS | Tassie Supps

Collagen is a hot trending ingredient, but still widely misunderstood. Take a look at the some of the most common myths around the hottest ingredient, collagen.

Myth One - Collagen is only used to help support healthy skin
Fact: Collagen has many benefits beyond beauty. Collagen help provide elasticity in the skin,