Welcome to InnovAAte’s Spring into Summer Newsletter: amino acids for maintaining good health and vitality.
Summer is here. Keep your hydration up and optimise your fun in the sun.
Please help us get noticed
If you can find a minute to write a short Google review (here) including the words “amino acids”, we would very much appreciate this support. By writing a review (just a few words), you help increase our priority on the results page when people search for amino acids. This will greatly assist our potential to keep growing this Australian business. Thanking you in advance.
Can salt cause annoying fluctuations in weight?
For a long time we have been warned about taking in too much salt. We absolutely need salt for our bodies to function properly – too little salt can lead to ill health as well. The body goes to great extremes to maintain constant levels circulating in our blood. So what is going on?
Hydration: replace fluid, amino acids and electrolytes
Sweating is essential for cooling the body, but the process loses fluid and hydration is critical. Sweating also helps remove some waste products generated by the body. But did you know that you also lose electrolytes and amino acids when you sweat?
Recovering from Chemotherapy
Emma Hicks: “I started using Optimate for fatigue following chemotherapy & radiotherapy. I’ve noticed that my recovery numbers (sleep tracking based on my heart rate) are definitely better when I take Optimate consistently. If I have a week off, my recovery & fatigue is much worse. I find Optimate tastes quite sour but it’s really nice in orange juice! Give it a go and see for yourself.”
General well being
Belinda McNab: “Innovate is a wonderful product that compliments any lifestyle, from those who are recovering from illness or injury, to those who need a boost during their busy lives, to those who exercise and workout hard! Helping recovery and general well-being, this is a fantastic product for anyone!”
Share your experience
Thank you to everyone who’s provided feedback on our new products. We love hearing about your experiences. If you haven’t had a chance, you can email us or leave a review on our Facebook page any time.
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Fun fact: If you don’t get enough of the essential amino acid “histidine” in your diet, you can become anaemic.
- A major source of histidine is from meat – not just the proteins, but the large quantities of carnosine which are present in the muscle tissues. There is no equivalent in plants.
- Histidine is lost in large amounts via daily losses of fluid – for example sweating.
- Histidine is in OptimAAte® and ElectrAAte®.
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From all of us here at InnovAAte, stay well and stay hydrated.
See you next month!
Hugh, Tim, Margaret, Stefan and Kate.
The InnovAAte Team.
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