Salt is water-soluble.
The definition of water-soluble is can be dissolved in water.
An example of a water-soluble substance is salt.
- The vitamins include vitamins D, E, A, and K (fat-soluble vitamins), and folate (folic acid), vitamin B12, biotin, vitamin B6, niacin, thiamin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, and vitamin C (ascorbic acid) (water-soluble vitamins).
- Sports drinks - Chugging down sports drinks will not only hydrate your body, but also replace some of the glucose and other water-soluble nutrients that are flushed out of your system along with the toxins.
- Some vitamins, especially the water-soluble vitamins like B and C, typically range way above 100 percent, but that's okay since any excess intake is merely flushed out next time you use the bathroom.
- In fact, a recent study showed children supplemented with water-soluble vitamin A were twice as likely to develop asthma and other allergies.
- One of the eight B vitamins, vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin that aids in the healthy maintenance of nerve cells and red blood cells.