This isn't your average ingredients list. We want you to understand why we carefully picked each of our ingredients to play an important role in the perfect hydration mix.
We add cane sugar because diet sweeteners are gross, and because sugar plays a role in speeding up hydration. You can read more about that here.
Lime Juice Powder
Lime juice powder is made by drying fresh lime juice, and adding a little maltodextrin (a sugar) in the process. We spent a year hunting down the highest quality powder, for the freshest taste.
Sodium is a key electrolyte in your body, so we need to replenish it. Sodium citrate tastes less salty than sodium chloride, so we get the majority of the sodium in Hydrant from this.
Citric acid is an organic acid commonly found in citrus fruits. We use it for it's preservative properties, and because it adds a nice tartness to Hydrant's flavor.
Potassium is another key electrolyte present in Hydrant. Potassium citrate is a very bioavailable form of potassium citrate, which means that your body is able to extract and use the potassium more easily than other forms of potassium.
Salt (Sodium Chloride)
Another source of sodium in Hydrant, this is just good old sodium chloride. You'll probably be able to taste it, as Hydrant tastes a little salty.
Magnesium is an electrolyte, but it's less crucial to hydration compared to Sodium and Potassium, so it's included in a much smaller quantity. We've used Magnesium Citrate, which is ha great bio-availability, meaning your body can easily extract and use the Magnesium within.
Zinc is the electrolyte we've included the least of per serving, because you really don't need much of it to aid hydration. Zinc Gluconate has good bio-availability as with all the other electrolytes we've chosen to include in Hydrant!
No Magic Herbs
For us to put our name on a product, the scientific evidence that it works needs to be unquestionable. This is why Hydrant has such a simple formula. We don't try and catch trends with new herbs and supplements that make dubious health claims.
So here we're just letting you know there's no BS here, never will be.