We’ve all felt the debilitating effects of dehydration at some point in our lives. Whether after a strenuous session at the gym, a long day of physical labour, a severe bout of diarrhea, or even a brutal post-weekend hangover, water loss through sweat and excretion can take their toll, leaving us tired, dizzy and often, with a splitting headache.
Daily water loss makes maintaining proper fluid levels in our body so important. If you’re not getting enough water, your body, and your mind, won’t be performing at their best. If you need an effective hydration solution, Volt-Pro™ is the answer.
What are electrolytes?
Electrolytes are minerals found in our body that possess an electric charge, and are key to a wide range of bodily functions, including rehydration. Common electrolytes found in the human body include sodium, potassium, magnesium, chloride, and calcium.
You might have difficulty imagining how a mineral could conduct electricity, but if you ever made a liquid salt battery as a child, you’ve already seen it in action. The suspended molecules of salt allow the water to conduct electricity, carrying charge from one side to the other, and the same is true in the body.
In much the same way as a salt battery, charged electrolytes allow various chemical and osmotic reactions to occur between cells, facilitating, among other processes, the transfer of fluids. What this means in layman’s terms is that if your body is deficient in electrolytes, not even all the fresh water in the world can effectively rehydrate you.
The sports drink myth
Over the last decade or so, electrolyte replenishment beverages, commonly known as sports drinks, have increased immensely in popularity. Due to a mix of scientific research into nutrition, the growth of exercise as a popular pastime, and relentless sponsorship of sporting events, many of these drinks have become ubiquitously connected with notions of proper hydration after exercise or illness. That said, in many cases, these beverages may be causing more harm than they solve. Jammed full with sugar, artificial flavourings and preservatives, sports drinks may rehydrate you, but they certainly won’t make you healthy.
The problem with sports drinks is that neither those who produce them nor consume them differentiate between the needs of a professional athlete and your average Joe. While an Olympic sprinter might need to consume 19g of sugar per 250ml of liquid to replenish their energy, chances are, you don’t. These days, sweet, brightly coloured sports drinks are marketed to people of all ages and lifestyles, even children. A 2012 study found that teenagers gain up to 3.5 pounds of weight over two years for each bottle of sports drink they consume per day.
Why is Volt-Pro™ the rehydration solution?
Even though we know sports drinks aren’t always good for us, sometimes we can’t help ourselves. We just need that electrolyte boost. If only there was a way to get the hydrating benefits of electrolytes without the sugar and other additives? Fortunately, with Volt-Pro™, there is.
Volt-Pro™ is loaded with the essential electrolytes your body requires to operate at maximum efficiency. It’s the ideal way to repair and rehydrate, soothing tired muscles, preventing cramps, and replacing lost fluids and minerals. Unlike commercial sports drinks, Volt-Pro™ contains only what you need, and because it comes in a concentrated form, just one teaspoon added to a large glass of water or juice is all it takes to get hydrated fast.
Helps boost stamina, energy and endurance by replacing depleted electrolytes
8oz (237ml) liquid
Supplement Facts:Serving Size: 1 teaspoon
Servings Per Container: 48
|Amount Per Serving||%DV|
|Magnesium 200 mg||50%|
|Chloride 500 mg||14%|
|Sodium 120 mg||5%|
|Potassium (as Potassium Chloride) 150 mg||4%|
|Sulfate 50 mg||**|
|Boron 950 mcg||**|
% Daily Value * not established
Other Ingredients: Purified water, ConcenTrace®, citric acid, <0.1% potassium benzoate.
Optimal Supplements for Optimal Health™
Suitable for Vegans.
MADE IN USA