Hydration Institute

Everything you’ll ever need to know

A simple, morning hydration mix, optimized to hydrate you rapidly. Lightly flavored with real fruit juice = subtle, refreshing taste. Up to 3x the electrolytes of a traditional sports drink.

Brand, Fitness, Lifestyle

Summer Hydration Routine: Hydrant x Beam

Summertime brings long days, time outdoors, and sunshine. But even while enjoying the sun's rays, staying hydrated and in control of your wellness routine is even more important in hotter months. We teamed up with our friends at beam to talk more about dehydration, exercise, and your summertime routine to make sure you're getting the most from your day. 

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Brand, Science

Science Lesson: Hydration & Plants

Our co-founder John, a.k.a. the Oxford scientist behind our rapid hydration mixes, developed an easy science lesson for you and your kids to try at home. We take household vegetables and use them to learn even more about the hydration process happening in our bodies. 

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You asked, we listened: Variety Packs

When we say we listen to our customers, we mean it. We've got so many requests for variety packs and we're so excited to tell you that we're finally ready!

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Brand, Science, Tips

How Hydrant Hydrates Fast

If you’ve read any of our blog you’ll know that proper hydration is one of the best hacks to being your best self. Getting your hydration back in check is a sure and speedy route to recovery after illness, exercise, or a big night out. But how can you rehydrate as fast and effectively as possible?

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Trusted health and nutrition websites

Our guide to the best health websites. It's hard finding the truth online these days, so we've created a whitelist of health and nutrition websites that you can put your trust in without worrying about their veracity.

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Brand, Science

Why Hydrant is low sugar hydration, but not zero calories

Sugar is the enemy right now, it’s been compared to cocaine for addictiveness, and to smoking and alcohol for health impact.
 
There’s no doubt that sugar represents too large a proportion of the average American’s diet, and that overconsumption of sugar is bad for you in a number of ways.

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