Citrate-based alkaline salts have high bioavailability (salt capacity being absorbed and used by the body) and a high degree of tolerability, resulting in the most beneficial and useful salts for the body.
Below, we present a range of salts allocated by needs and convenience:
• water-soluble sachets;
• swallowable tablets;
• rapid release formulations;
• slow-release formulations;
• potassium salts;
• calcium salts;
• salts that combine potassium, calcium and magnesium (in the studied form, namely, by separating calcium from magnesium: few know that the two aforementioned salts should be taken separately to avoid intestinal competitiveness for receptors; formulations containing many mixed elements must be avoided, which the market considers, instead, to be positive).
The need for mineral salts can increase for several reasons:
heavy work activities;
high sweating from high external temperatures;
kidney stones (whose prevention includes the addition of alkaline salts of potassium and magnesium as the first weapon);
intestinal loss due to diarrhea or bad absorption;
eating disorders (an anorexic person enters a marked state of systemic acidosis, both for fasting and because of the continuous loss of potassium ions with induced emesis).