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Electrolyte Levels Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Electrolyte Levels.

What to Eat After You Work Out

Everyone knows that athletes must plan and time their meals and snacks very carefully to reach their performance goals. But what about the rest of us? You try to squeeze in 30-60 minutes of exercise most days of the week. Do you have to be careful ab...  Read more

Healthy Beverage Guidelines

Eight to twelve cups of water daily, that’s what the SparkPeople plan suggests. Whether you are having a hard time drinking that much water, or just want to drink a variety of beverages (coffee, tea, diet soda, juice), many dieters challenge an...  Read more

Be Ready When Opportunity Knocks

One of life's biggest ironies is how often people complain about their circumstances, yet rarely do anything about them.  It's not that they don't have good intentions, or the desire for change isn't great. It's that change i...  Read more

High Intensity Interval Training

If I told you that there was a way to burn more calories, lose more fat, and improve your cardiovascular fitness level while spending less time doing cardio, you’d probably reach for your phone to report me to the consumer fraud hotline, right?...  Read more

Drinking Water During Exercise

The Well-Watered Exerciser Except for oxygen, there’s nothing your body needs more than an adequate supply of water. And the more you exercise, the more important it is to drink the right amount of water before, during, and after your workout...  Read more

stress level tracking inconsistency
Updated 7/18/2014 12:53:28 PM

I don't know if this has been noted yet, but there's a difference in tracking on the front page vs. when you click on "Track Weight & Other Measurements." On the front page, the stress rating goes from 1-10, whereas on the other page, it goes from 1-...  Read more

Potassium level
Updated 7/16/2014 7:24:26 AM

I was informed that my potassium level is high. What can I do to lower my potassium intake....  Read more

Please add Energy Levels to Start page tracking
Updated 6/26/2014 1:17:50 PM

The Start page "More Tracking" section can be configured to track 2 out of the three wellness categories, Mood and Stress Levels, but not Energy Levels. Making this tracker available to the tracing options on the Start page (and in the app) would mak...  Read more

What level of workout is this?
Updated 5/3/2014 3:27:33 PM

Hi, so whenever a calorie calculator is used you have to input your activity level, correct? Well my question is basic: what level of activity is this; either light or moderate? 4 days a week (Monday to Thursday) I walk 2 miles to and from colleg...  Read more

My A1c levels are down!
Updated 4/27/2014 10:01:09 PM

Hi everyone! A year ago, I was quite a few pounds heavier and my A1c was through the roof. I finally took the right medication and I'm proud to say that my appetite, weight, and A1c is DOWN! Right now I'm actually more excited about my A1c...  Read more

Restoring electrolytes during hot weather activities

Since the weather is really hot sometimes water alone is not enough when you're doing activities that make you sweat a lot. I found Powerade Zero which has electrolytes and has zero calories. I drink some of it when hiking in the heat along with wa...  Read more

Coconut Water

Great for rehydrating after invigorating workout in which much sweating has occurred - replenishes electrolytes and all natural - tastes great!...  Read more

Swimming for Cardio

This is a group for those anywhere in the world that either swims regularly, swims occasionally or would like to swim as part of their fitness routine. We embrace all swimmers of any level....  Read more

Will Pickle Juice Really Become the Next Sports Drink for Exercisers?

Early last week my colleague and dailySpark.com editor Stepfanie Romine, sent me an idea for a blog about using pickle juice as a electrolyte replacement source for exercisers . She actually stumbled across the idea from one of the comments left on...  Read more

You Asked: ''Why Do My Hands and Feet Swell When I Exercise?''

It is normal for your feet to swell a little bit during exercise--enough to make a difference of about one shoe size, but some people may experience even more swelling than that. Others also experience noticeable hand swelling while running or walkin...  Read more