Make Your Drink a Hydrating Sports Drink
Turn any beverage into a refreshing and hydrating sports drink with Volt-Pro , a potent electrolyte concentrate packed with Utah sea minerals from the Great Salt Lake.
Benefits of taking Volt-Pro
- Replenish lost nutrients and perform at your best
- Helps to prevent muscle cramps during and after exercise
- Non-GMO, certified vegan and sugar and gluten free
- Easy to take to the gym or the office
- Ideal for workouts, hot days and dehydration
The sports drink myth
When most of us think refreshment and rehydration, we think sports drinks. Whether they"re being poured out of a cooler onto the face of a heaving football player, tipped into the mouth of a passing cyclist, or even tentatively sipped on a grim, hungover morning, these sugary, luridly coloured beverages are marketed and bought as if they are, essentially, a health food.
But they"re not. Isotonic sports drinks are packed with sugar, up to 19g per 250ml, and a 2012 study1 found that teenagers put on up to 3.5 pounds over two years for each bottle of sports drink they consume per day.
The electrolyte truth
But aren"t electrolytes good for you? Of course they are. Our bodies require a careful balance of electrolytes to ensure everything from proper hydration to muscle and nerve function — it"s just the sugar in sports drinks that does the damage. So how can we get electrolytes without chugging too-sweet sports drinks? Volt-Pro electrolyte concentrate is the answer.
Rehydrate and rejuvenate with Volt-Pro
Formulated from ConcenTrace® Trace Mineral Drops and Utah Sea Minerals in liquid potassium citrate, Volt-Pro is packed with all the essential nutrients your body requires (including up to 50% of your daily magnesium requirement), and is the perfect way to repair and rehydrate tired muscles. Just one tablespoon added to a large glass of water or juice will give you all the benefits of a sports drink, without any of the sugar, gluten and preservatives. Whether you"re an athlete that wants greater performance, someone who suffers from a dehydrating medical condition or illness, or you just need to refresh and rejuvenate your body, don"t think sports drinks: think Volt-Pro .
1. Field AE, Flint A, Sonneville K, et al. Consumption of sports drinks prospectively associated with greater weight change among adolescents. Obesity 2012; San Antonio, TX; September 21, 2012. Oral abstract 27-OR.