Precise electrolyte replenishment - Full-spectrum formula - Rapidly assimilated - Versatile dosing BENEFITS: Meet your precise electrolyte needs with our original full-spectrum formula. A balanced blend of sodium chloride, potassium, calcium and magnesium ensure proper function of all body systems. The low sodium chloride content complements a healthy, low-salt diet. Fine-tune your dosage as needed, capsule by capsule, without fear of overconsumption of salt. - Kosher Certification - Endurolytes is certified by Informed Choice and Informed Sport.
FASTCHEWS feature a scientifically-derived, proprietary high-performance formulation that provides a balanced supply of bioavailable sodium, potassium, magnesium, and calcium. Sodium is derived from sodium citrate, a proven source that has the added benefit of soothing the stomach. The formulation mirrors the electrolyte profile lost in sweat, in a form and quantity the body can absorb. Its non-GMO ingredients are all-natural, gluten-free, vegetarian, and without artificial sweeteners or colors. Rapid absorption takes place by mouth (buccal mucosa, and then the stomach). Ease of access is assured in a convenient moisture-resistant roll-wrapped format. This "Green" product generates little trash. - FASTCHEWS Help Reduce Muscle Cramping, Reduce Heat Stress, Boost Stamina, Maintain Electrolyte Levels - The ONLY chewable tablet that is formulated to closely resemble the electrolyte profile lost in sweat - Suggested use: 2 tablets per 15-30 minutes during activity - Fast absorption through buccal mucosa (tissue in mouth) - Each serving (2 tablets) contains: 100 mg sodium, 30 mg potassium, 10 mg calcium, 6 mg magnesium - Tart Orange and Zesty Lemon-Lime natural flavors encourage consumption - Bio-available active ingredients. Made in USA under cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practice) - Ingredients are: non-GMO, gluten-free, vegetarian, fat-free - Natural stevia as sweetener. No color added - Also great for youth sports, travel rehydration, tennis and other sports, camping & hiking, effects of alcohol
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