Magnesium Cramps vs. Potassium Cramps: How You Can Tell The Difference? #ScienceSaturday

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Welcome to our newest video series: #ScienceSaturday.

Jigsaw Health has access to amazing scientists, healers, and teachers. We plan to bring you these educational videos on a weekly basis.

The inaugural video is about muscle cramps.

You've probably experienced both kinds of muscle cramps before, and probably didn't even realize there was a difference.

There's the types of "cramps" you get where you're being active (running, biking, playing a sport) and you start to "bonk."

Then there's the other type of muscle cramps that wake you up in the middle of the night, clutching at your legs as they "seize" up!

You probably already knew that mineral deficiency caused cramping, which mineral deficiency causes which type of cramp?

Two members of  Jigsaw's Business & Scientific Advisory Board -- Dr. Decker Weiss (Naturopathic Cardiologist) & Thomas DeLauer (aka. "Mr. Mineral") -- unpack the simple, yet important difference, and which mineral deficiency leads to each type of muscle cramp.

Jigsaw Electrolyte Supreme™ contains both Potassium & Magnesium, by design.

(It was also recently NSF Certified for Sport®, which means what's on the label is in the bottle, and nothing else. It's totally free of all banned substances, and safe to use for NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, NCAA, Olympians, etc.)

And finally, for targeted muscle pain relief, check out Ancient Minerals Magnesium Lotion Ultra w/ MSM.

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  • Cramps
  • Potassium Cramps
  • Thomas DeLauer
  • Dr. Decker Weiss
  • Electrolytes
  • Jigsaw Electrolyte Supreme
  • NSF Certified for Sport
  • Magnesium
  • Potassium
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