Motorcyclists need to keep their bodies hydrated and full of electrolytes, but for many of us sugary energy drinks like Gatorade, Powerade and, heaven forbid, Red Bull, are commonly consumed instead. These caffeinated sugar bombs are terrible for your body, especially if you're hypoglycemic, diabetic or have a poor diet to begin with.
Now there’s a way to get your electrolytes in any liquid you choose. Elete is a pure electrolyte add-in that can be mixed with water, diet drinks or any other liquid you drink. Don't be fooled by other electrolytic hydration drinks that claim to contain the necessary blend of vitamins and minerals to replenish your body's fluids. Without the four main vitamins and minerals electrolyte drinks are only partially replenishing what your body has lost in sweat and evaporation. Elete's Electrolyte Add-In contains 45mg of magnesium, 290mg of chloride, 125mg of sodium, and 130mg of potassium, to fully refuel your body's lost liquids. You'd be hard pressed to find another add-in this comprehensive and complete.
Electrolytes are essential to our health. They help our body absorb water and control fluid balance. Although drinking water while riding or during exercise is critical to avoid dehydration, drinking plain water that is not fortified with electrolytes can lead to a serious condition called hyponatremia. Hyponatremia occurs when blood sodium concentration falls to extremely low levels, which can result in harm to vital organs, seizures, coma, and death.
Electrolytes not only prevent dehydration, but they're critical to muscle function, nerve conduction, energy production and flow, and heart function. For the motorcyclist, a major benefit of electrolytes is that they help prevent muscle cramps, which can impede your ability to ride safely.
And it's easy to use. Place 2 drops per ounce into whatever liquid you're drinking. Water, coffee, juice, soda. Elete has no flavor so it won't alter the way your favorite beverage already tastes.
The 1 oz bottle provides 10 32 oz. servings.