Do you drink sports recovery drinks or rehydration drinks? Did you know a lot of them is full of sugar? This was recently brought to my attention, and I was appalled. I never thought it was a sugary drink. That is not what I want at all since I am trying to cut down sugar in my diet. Shortly after the relevation of sugar being in my normal rehydration drinks, I learned about Advocare Rehydrate. I was given a sample, and I have never looked back.
My first flavor I ever tried was orange and to this day, it is still my favorite. If orange isn’t your flavor, there is Berry Lemon Ice, Red Raspberry, Fruit Punch, Mango Pineapple, and Key Lime Cherry. The only one I have never tried is Key Lime Cherry.
Advocare Rehydrate comes in canisters of 30 servings for $29.95 or in a bag of 14 individual packs for $19.94. The bags are great to get for on the go, or if you are just trying out a flavor. Canisters have more servings and are great for the house and for those flavors you know you love. I tend to get both the individual packs for my purse and the canisters for my house. It is nice to have the easy option for on on the go and road trips. As a mom, I am sometimes constantly going from one thing to another especially during the school year.
Rehydrate replaces minerals and electrolytes lost through sweat and supports recovery after a workout using vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, Sustamine® and a blend of important electrolytes. There is a 1:1 ratio of sodium and potassium, which is lost when we sweat. It can help prevent cramping while exercising.
From the Advocare website: “Sustamine® is a patented ingredient that works on multiple levels to help rehydrate the body and sustain energy levels during exertion. Clinically tested, Sustamine® is produced through a patented fermentation method to create a unique dipeptide that is more easily absorbed by the body than complex protein molecules. This makes Sustamine® a highly effective ingredient for hydration, endurance and recovery.”
Disclaimer: I am not a doctor. This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.