Electrolyte Product Review

The crazy heat wave this year has brought up the hydration issue more than ever.

I’ve been digging around at different options for awhile and here is my review.

1.) Most of what I have found at the store is 100% awesome marketing and not worth the price (In my opinion).

2.) Most lack the sodium and chloride needed for optimal performance in the Texas heat and many others are just hyped up koolaid.

 

I left off photos and links to avoid issues so if you want a product you can search online 🙂

 

Re-lyte
5 star review 🙂
⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

The tub is much cheaper per serving than LMNT and there are no food colorings, artificial flavors, and no sucralose/aspartame.

The Redmonds salt they use is also loaded with minerals.

The ingredients were clearly well researched and developed.

 

KTX IMMUNE
⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️
Obviously I love this product (we created it)!  BUT it is not designed solely for electrolyte replenishment.

There is 500mg of pink Himalayan salt, coconut water powder, and magnesium but in this weather I would add an additional 1/4 – 1/2 tsp of salt to 1 scoop of this product.

Personally, I add 1/2- 1 scoop of re-lyte to KTX Immune and it is a great combo 🙂

LMNT
4 stars
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High quality and dosed properly but super high $$$ per serving.

-No aspartame/sucralose so that is awesome.

 

Liquid IV
⭐️ ⭐️
Great marketing. Not that great for elite hydration. Super overpriced.

This is a step up from  the original Gatorade and Poweraid days so I will give this along with most of the other shelved products at the grocery stores 2 stars for the effort.

 

Gatorlyte (new)
⭐️ ⭐️
Huge step in the right direction for Gatorade. Easy to find and the kids might actually drink it.

The most expensive per serving on this list and only the clear one is free from food coloring.

If the cost was lower I would give the CLEAR version 3 stars…

 

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