Rudimentary but highly effective:
+ xx cups of water to thirst
+2 cups red grapes or coconut water (as a potassium source)
+1 teaspoon of a quality salt (as a sodium and chloride source)
+2 cups milk (as a calcium source)
+75mg of magnesium citrate (or another magnesium chelate)
>>> consume in...
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