Electrolyte + is a great-tasting naturally flavored electrolyte powder drink, formulated with a balanced blend of key vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, taurine, and carnosine. In this variety pack, you'll be able to enjoy all three amazing Electrolyte + flavors, including our best-selling Blue Raspberry and exciting new Orange and Grape Flavors.
Electrolyte + is a premier hydration complex which supports optimal hydration and healthy electrolyte balance, both of which are crucial to athletic performance, muscle contraction, and overall cellular function. Electrolyte + is free of any artificial flavors, artificial colors, and sugars, which can hinder your performance and health.
Electrolytes occur naturally in the body and are responsible for important physiological functions. They play a vital role in contracting muscles, keeping you hydrated, and regulating your body's pH levels.
Celarity Electrolyte + Powder was meticulously crafted with electrolytes and nutrients that support fluid balance, especially while you exercise and partake in physical activity. This formula is free from added sugars, artificial colors, and unnecessary additives that can detract from your health and performance. Say goodbye to Gatorade and other artificially flavored sports drinks. Stay at the top of your game with Electrolyte + and get the maximum electrolyte benefits.
Count: 30 servings
Recommended Usage: Mix 1 scoop in 8 ounces of water 10-15 minutes before exercise and after exercise, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
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