Founder and CEO Joshua Windmiller, 29, helped develop a biosensing technology that lets fitness enthusiasts track electrolyte levels and hydration.

Founder and CEO Joshua Windmiller, 29, helped develop a biosensing technology that lets fitness enthusiasts track electrolyte levels and hydration. Photo by Stephen Whalen.

Electrozyme LLC, a local startup that has attracted the financial support of Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, has developed a technology for fitness-related wearable devices that will tell users when they are nearing dehydration — and what to do about it...

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