Healthy in the Summer Heat

Summer is here! And staying healthy during hot summer weather is essential!


Electrolytes are readily lost with summer heat and rigorous activity. Sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium are key mineral electrolytes depleted with exercise and heat.


It’s important to maintain these critical minerals to keep your energy going. Your muscles, brain, blood vessels, and even your heart’s electrical system depend upon these essential electrolytes.


Fatigue, muscle cramps, twitches, dizziness, weakness and heart rhythm distress, irregular heartbeat and palpitations may reflect a need for more electrolytes.


Thus, it’s important to replace these minerals especially if you have a rigorous exercise routine in the heat. Even with moderate activity, electrolyte replacement is important.


Sugary drinks are not the answer. Instead, try these Wellness Resources supplements to replenish from within:


RelaxaMag and Muscle Mag are two of our signature magnesium formulations with high quantity forms of magnesium to help with muscle recovery (Muscle Mag) and with relaxation (RelaxaMag). I love these supplements, and our clients do too!


Potassium Plus is a great way to replenish your potassium levels and helps your body better tolerate heat stress. A must during these hot, humid summer days!


Coral Calcium is a highly absorbable powder of coral minerals which has calcium and magnesium to help replenish your electrolytes. It also is great for bone health and relaxation. It comes in powder form so it’s easy to mix into a glass of water. Add it to your on-the-go water bottle for convenience when out in the summer heat or exercising.


Take care of your skin too in the summer sun and heat. Skin Rejuvenator and Green Tea Extract are great to help protect your skin from UV rays from sun exposure.


And there’s no substitute for getting plenty of fresh water. Stay hydrated this summer and enjoy!


Be Well,

Mary Elle




*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Healthy in the Summer Heat

Summer is here! And staying healthy during hot summer weather is essential!


Electrolytes are readily lost with summer heat and rigorous activity. Sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium are key mineral electrolytes depleted with exercise and heat.


It’s important to maintain these critical minerals to keep your energy going. Your muscles, brain, blood vessels, and even your heart’s electrical system depend upon these essential electrolytes.


Fatigue, muscle cramps, twitches, dizziness, weakness and heart rhythm distress, irregular heartbeat and palpitations may reflect a need for more electrolytes.


Thus, it’s important to replace these minerals especially if you have a rigorous exercise routine in the heat. Even with moderate activity, electrolyte replacement is important.


Sugary drinks are not the answer. Instead, try these Wellness Resources supplements to replenish from within:


RelaxaMag and Muscle Mag are two of our signature magnesium formulations with high quantity forms of magnesium to help with muscle recovery (Muscle Mag) and with relaxation (RelaxaMag). I love these supplements, and our clients do too!


Potassium Plus is a great way to replenish your potassium levels and helps your body better tolerate heat stress. A must during these hot, humid summer days!


Coral Calcium is a highly absorbable powder of coral minerals which has calcium and magnesium to help replenish your electrolytes. It also is great for bone health and relaxation. It comes in powder form so it’s easy to mix into a glass of water. Add it to your on-the-go water bottle for convenience when out in the summer heat or exercising.


Take care of your skin too in the summer sun and heat. Skin Rejuvenator and Green Tea Extract are great to help protect your skin from UV rays from sun exposure.


And there’s no substitute for getting plenty of fresh water. Stay hydrated this summer and enjoy!


Be Well,

Mary Elle




*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.