I came across Vitassium on Amazon and was curious about what it was. Even when I googled Vitassium reviews, I found little information. It wasn’t until the bottle arrived that I realized it was made by SaltStick. I’m already a big fan of SaltStick Fast Chews, so my interest was piqued. Additionally, it seemed that Vitassium offered a few more flavors, including fruit punch.
About the brand Vitassium:
Vitassium was developed to support those living with chronic illness. It provides sodium and potassium to help manage symptoms of certain dysautonomias, including Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS), Vasovagal Syncope, and Orthostatic Hypotension (OH).
About the Vitassium Electrolyte Fast Chews:
- Helps maintain electrolytes, supports healthy blood pressure, reduces fatigue, bolsters cognitive function, and lessens dizziness due to low blood pressure.
- 2 capsules contain: 500 mg of sodium and 100 mg of potassium.
- The tasteless capsules are small and designed to be gentle on the stomach.
- Non-GMO, vegan, gluten-free, preservative-free, allergen-free, soy-free, and starch-free.
- Made in the USA at a cGMP facility.
My Experience with Vitassium Electrolyte Fast Chews:
I was eager to see how I’d prefer them to SaltStick. I noticed there are more flavor options with Vitassium electrolyte fast chews. As advertised, they are easy to consume and taste pleasant. I’ve had no issues with intake.
I tried both the Fruit Punch and Grape. Both taste great, but the fruit punch is my favorite. They kind of taste like a sweet tart (side note, I haven’t had those in a while and now I’m craving them).
Regarding the efficacy of Vitassium electrolytes: living in the Mojave Desert, I can attest to feeling a distinct difference when I take the electrolytes compared to when I don’t. They are especially useful in the summertime. While I can’t vouch for their impact on dysautonomia symptoms, I certainly feel better when I consume them.
You can get 100 tablets for $23.50, which is a bit more affordable than some comparable products.
All in all, I’m a fan of Vitassium and believe in the product’s efficacy. Its availability on Amazon also makes purchasing much easier, especially if you live somewhere rural.
Who should buy Vitassium? Those suffering from specific dysautonomias or those seeking an easy electrolyte source.
Who shouldn’t buy Vitassium? There’s hardly a reason to avoid them as most people can benefit from ensuring their electrolytes are in balance. Really anyone can benefits, but it’s important to follow the guidelines and not consume too many as that can cause stomach issues.
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Questions for you:
How do you maintain a balance in your electrolytes?
Have you tried Vitassium?