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  • This Electrolyte Sports Beverage is Free From Anything Artificial

    Electrolyte Sports Beverage

    There’s so much chitter chatter about a “bucket list” these days. With all the hashtags and posts it seems as if the lists are bolder and mightier than ever. The other day I saw something like “Just checked off running 20 marathons in 20 days in 20 states.” Yikes, it’s exhausting just hearing about the extraordinary accomplishments people are posting about. Call me simple or laid back but I’m a proud under achiever. I mean there must be a place in this social media exposed world for those of us who are excited when we make it to the car wash on a sunny Sunday! At Vitalyte we are proud of our “under achievements.” In a marketplace where a commercial electrolyte sports beverage may have a much bigger ingredient list, we fall a little short. And we are so happy we do!

    The Vitalyte formula is free from anything artificial. Yep you heard that right. I mean no artificial colors. No artificial flavors. No artificial sweeteners and non-GMO ingredients. We have learned over our forty plus years in business to be really good at saying “No.” And we know what we say “no” to makes a big difference in the quality of product we offer our consumers. Our isotonic formula is not only rapidly absorbed but has no aftertaste and is easy on the stomach. That is why so many professional athletes trust Vitalyte on and off the field. When hydration can make the difference between winning that last set in a tiebreaker or packing up and heading home, we are confident Vitalyte serves up the best.

    So we are going to live vicariously through all of our Vitalyte loyalists. We applaud all the Mt. McKinley summits you have made. We cheer you on during your long-distance triathlons. And we sing your praises when you coach back to back games on tournament weekends. Your dedication and enthusiasm to the activities you take part in inspires us. While the lack of check marks on our bucket list may not show it, just know we make our product still the same way because of you. Hmmm, I wonder what time the car wash closes today?

    Photo: Milena Glusac is VP of Marketing for Vitalyte Sports Nutrition. She is a self-proclaimed under achiever. While you won’t see any photos of her ascending a mountain peak, you can find her at the Vitalyte office with feet kicked up and thinking of items to add to our bucket list.

  • Stay Hydrated with a Continual In-Take of Our Electrolyte Replacement Drink

    Here at Vitalyte we are busy! Phones ringing, shipments going out, supplies coming in and emails flying everywhere. We love it! But let’s face it, all this “here there and everywhere” can sometimes start to get to even the most talented multi-taskers. So how do we keep our cool around here? Well it starts with practicing what we teach! Stay hydrated with a continual in-take of our electrolyte replacement drink during the day. That being said we want to give you a sneak peek into the lives of some of the stellar athletes who fight off the fatigue with Vitalyte!

    Rising tennis star Sam Shropshire stays hydrated on the court with his favorite Cool Citrus Vitalyte. This 2017 Northwestern University graduate knows that keeping his electrolyte levels balanced is one of the keys to his success. Sam is steadily climbing the ranks of the ATP by reaching the quarterfinals of two tournaments this past October.

    Asia Muhammad always has a bottle filled of Vitalyte. Whether she is practicing her serve or holding a victory trophy, the 26 year old Las Vegas native knows her nutrition off the court greatly influences her on court performance. Asia recently won the ITF Morgan Run Woman’s Open.

    Joe Frank just doesn’t race his bicycle fast, he races it very far. This ultra-endurance athlete is in training for the Race Across America (RAAM). He will compete for the title of the first rider to reach Annapolis, Maryland. Did we mention the race begins in Oceanside, CA and the distance in between is covered by the fastest riders in just under eight days. Fortunately Lemon Vitalyte will be fueling Joe along the way!

    Talking about all these fantastic athletic achievements is making us feel a little, well let’s just say, under-trained. Hey we are pros at multi-tasking and keeping our cool. That has to count for something. Until next time, stay healthy, stay hydrated and Electrolyte it up.

  • Here are Some of the Athletes who use Vitalyte Electrolyte Replacement Drink

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    Vitalyte would like to introduce you to some of the fantastic athletes who use our electrolyte replacement drink as part of their training and competition routines. Being the top of your class takes dedication, long practice hours and a commitment to excellence so we salute each of them.

    James Duckworth has been ranked as high as 82nd on the ATP tour. The Aussie has been recuperating from foot surgery and looks to be back on the court as soon as he heals. He is a big rugby fan and his favorite team is the Newcastle Knights.

    Asia Muhammad holds a WTA doubles ranking of 44th in the world. The Las Vegas resident started playing tennis at the age of nine and hasn’t looked back. Her tennis idols include Andre Agassi and Serena Williams. Her older brother Shabazz plays in the NBA.

    Ishe “Sugar Shay Smith is a junior middleweight boxer and IBF Light Middleweight and USBA Welterweight title holder. A Las Vegas native, Ishe works closely with the city to provide community service. In fact, February 23rd is named “Ishe ‘Sugar Shay’ Smith Day” by the city. Ishe is the father of six and helps coach youth football.

    Rajeev Ram holds 10 ATP tour titles. The former University of Illinois standout started playing tennis at the age of four with his father. He has reached the doubles quarter-finals of the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon. When he’s not on the tennis court you can find him on the driving range or working on his charity, EntouRaj For Kids!

    Joe Frank was chosen to be a Navy Seal candidate and was in Seal training in 2007 when he was hit head-on by a drunk driver. He would spend the next several months in a wheelchair with two broken legs. During that time he remembered how much he missed being an athlete. Fast forward to 2018 and Frank is in full training as a professional distance cyclist. On June 12th he will begin the sports most challenging event, The Race Across America. Staring in Oceanside and spanning 3,000 miles until the finish in Annapolis, Maryland, the San Diegan will use Vitalyte along the way to keep him fueled.

    Congratulations to all of these athletes who excel both on and off the field. Look for future stories on more of the athletes who use Vitalyte.

  • What Kids Electrolyte Drinks are on the Market that Taste Great and are Low in Sugar

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    As the summer winds down and thoughts of warm days on the beach shift to packing school lunches, Vitalyte wants to remind you that our electrolyte replacement beverage is the perfect substitute for juice or high-sugared sports drinks. You have probably noticed there aren’t many kids electrolyte drinks on the market that taste great and are low in sugar and sodium. Vitalyte is proud to offer parents a formula you can be confident giving your child. Free from anything artificial and made with non-GMO ingredients, our formula is great during soccer half-times, while doing math homework or anytime your child needs to increase their hydration. So while you are placing that red delicious into the lunch sack, don’t forget to add some Vitalyte to the mix. While we can’t guarantee straight A’s on the next report card, we can assure your kids will love our healthy formula!

  • Your Summer School Homework, Find an Electrolyte Sports Drink for Better Hydration

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    Better Hydration from an Electrolyte Sports Drink

    School is out and that means a few things: Summer vacation, late sunsets and rising temps! While all of us at Vitalyte love nothing more than dipping our toes in the sand on a Saturday, we know that fun summer activities usually involve warm weather. That means we all need to be conscious of making sure our hydration levels are in tip top shape! Cutting back on things that have a dehydrating effect on the body such as caffeine and alcohol and increasing water intake and your intake of fresh fruits and veggies is a good start to a better hydration program. But if you really want to be at your best and combat that summer sun with a vengeance, an electrolyte sports drink is a must. Packed with essential electrolytes, free from anything artificial, and made with non GMO ingredients, Vitalyte is a refreshing way to make sure your hydration tanks are topped off! Plus, the easy on the go stick packs are a convenient way to ensure you can have hydration on hand at all times. So when the sun burns a little brighter and the boys of summer take the field for a double-header, make sure Vitalyte is in your purse, bag or pocket. We want you to enjoy a safe summer. Stay healthy, stay hydrate, drink Vitalyte!

  • Vitalyte Electrolyte Drink for Tennis and Brand Ambassador Spencer Brachman

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    See Why Vitalyte is his “go to” Electrolyte Drink for Tennis

    Indian Wells Tennis Gardens served as the site of one of the “grand slams” of junior tennis this past weekend. The Easter Bowl is one of the most prestigious tournaments a junior player can qualify for. Vitalyte Brand Ambassador Spencer Brachman was one of the top 64 players in the country invited to play on the famous tennis grounds. This 15 year old from New Jersey took an impressive fourth place finish in the doubles! According to Spencer, Vitalyte is his “go to” electrolyte drink for tennis. He sees and feels the benefit of the isotonic sports beverage, so he even handed out some samples to his peers. Stay tuned as this emerging player heads to Orlando next week to try out for Team USA. Good luck Spencer!

  • Vitalyte Electrolyte Drink Mix for Hangovers

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    Vitalyte Electrolyte Drink Mix is Packed with Essential Electrolytes Your Body Needs for Optimal Hydration

    You know that feeling: a dull headache, your mouth feels like the Sahara Desert and even the thought of tequila makes you want to grab the nearest garbage can. Oh the lovely hangover! You've officially sworn it off multiple times! But somehow when your favorite team is winning and you're having a good time with friends, your memory of the "day after effect" isn't as sharp as it should be. So now the damage is done, your Sunday productivity is diminished to laying in a dark room and your only chance for recovery is ordering a pizza and taking a few aspirin. Well once you order that thin crust with extra cheese, turn off your phone and let us give you some pointers. At Vitalyte we know a thing or two about enjoying a Saturday night without letting Sunday morning be too much of a drag. First and foremost it's important to consume water with every alcohol drink you have. Ideally try to have 8-10 ounces of water after each glass of wine, beer or cocktail. Second, drink an electrolyte replacement drink mix before you go out and when you come home so you can help stave off alcohol induced dehydration. Finally when you get up the next morning, drink an additional 8-10 ounces of electrolyte formula. Vitalyte is the ideal way to make sure that the dehydrating effects of your favorite red or IPA don't linger too long. Packed with all the essential electrolytes your body needs for optimal hydration and free from anything artificial, our electrolyte drink mix for hangovers is a great way to make sure your Sunday isn't just about pepperoni and pulling the blinds down!

  • Vitalyte Kids Electrolyte Sports Drinks are Created with the Highest-Quality Ingredients

    Looking for a Kids Electrolyte Sports Drink

    A child's body has a harder time storing water or electrolytes. It is important for children to constantly supply their bodies with hydration and necessary electrolytes. Because of the importance of keeping athletic children healthy, parents have to find the optimal kids electrolyte sports drink. Fortunately, there is a product available for parents to stock up on for their athletic kids. Vitalyte is becoming the product of choice for a kids electrolyte sports drink for young soccer players.

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    Kids are particularly vulnerable to losing electrolytes and becoming dehydrated, while they play sports like soccer. Soccer is a sport, which kids tend to sweat profusely while they play, and dehydration and loss of electrolytes must be combated with a complex kids electrolyte sports drink formula like Vitalyte. Vitalyte is a top-tier electrolyte replacement drink mix, and it quickly re-hydrates young athletes during and after physically demanding games like soccer. Drinking Vitalyte during competition helps to maximize the performance of kids during their soccer games due to superior ingredients designed to deliver optimum performance. 

    Vitalyte Electrolyte Replacement beverages are the best for quick and efficient hydration for young soccer players. This mix is specifically formulated to quickly provide the electrolytes needed before a workout or during competition, giving the athlete an extra boost and extended endurance. Vitalyte is an isotonic electrolyte drink beverage designed for young soccer plays who desire to push their skills and physical conditioning beyond what they previously thought possible. Vitalyte electrolyte replacement drink mixes are created with the highest-quality ingredients.

    A kids electrolyte sports drink made with no artificial sweeteners, colors or flavors and is also low in sugar and salt . The drink mix is glucose-based, and it contains essential electrolytes like potassium and sodium. In addition to the two main electrolytes, Vitalyte also contains calcium, Ascorbic acid (vitamin c) and magnesium all combined into natural flavorings. Unlike other sports drinks, there are no artificial ingredients in Vitalyte, and it tastes delicious. The wealth of nutrients are designed for maximum absorption, and kids are able to devote 100 percent of their energy to reaching their potential in the sport of soccer.

    Vitalyte contains the optimum ratio of sodium and potassium so kids can maximize the absorption of Vitalyte, and they are better able to restore their electrolytes. It is rare to find a kids sports drink with a carefully formulated isotonic solution to provide the best and most immediate replenishment of electrolytes. Find out more about Vitalyte Sports Nutrition for kids and shop their store online

  • Struggling to Find a Safe Electrolyte Sports Drink for Kids

    How to Find a Safe Electrolyte Sports Drink for Kids

    My two sons are obsessed with tennis. Whether they're practicing in the backyard or getting together at the courts for a match on a Saturday morning, they are at it non-stop. They're both very competitive and frequently play in day-long tournaments. I wanted to make sure they were being properly hydrated and fueled for their big matches, but I was struggling to find a safe electrolyte sports drink that and wasn't overloaded with sugar so they didn't crash after the match. That's when I found VitaLyte. I love it, and so do they. It keeps them cooled off and energized at their matches and they've also taken to bringing along bottles when they're playing with their friends. They're huge fans of the VitaLyte orange flavor sticks!

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    My youngest told me he prefers VitaLyte because he actually feels it working, especially on hot days. I'm a firm believer that most of the stuff on the market today in terms of electrolyte sports drinks is all just sugary nonsense; you might as well be drinking soda. The fact that VitaLyte is made with natural ingredients and contains no artificial flavoring, sweeteners, or coloring is amazing! It's a relief knowing that when my sons are out on the courts, they're putting something in their body that's safe and good for them.

    There's a huge convenience factor to the fact that VitaLyte comes as a mix as well! We usually store a tub in the van and bring along multiple water bottles on tournament days so the boys can scoop in what they need and we don't have to lug around a huge water cooler all day. For practice, they usually take one of the individually sized packets along with a water bottle and they're good to go for the day. I haven't found another natural electrolyte sports drink that my guys like that is so easy to deal with.

    VitaLyte not only keeps them going during the matches and tournaments, but it helps them to recover the energy they've burnt afterward. If you're the parent of a child who participates in competitive sports like tennis, I'm sure you're more than aware of the dangers of heat stress. It's scary when you see someone out on the field ready to pass out from heat exhaustion. VitaLyte is a safe electrolyte sports drink that I trust to keep my boys safe on and off the tennis courts.

  • Electrolyte Replenishment | Top 10 Foods That Have Electrolytes

    Electrolytes are electrically charged minerals in your body that are essential for many critical processes. In order to perform your best athletically, and to preserve your optimal health, you must maintain the right balance of electrolytes, including sodium, potassium, calcium, chloride, phosphorus, and magnesium. Because electrolytes exit the body when you sweat, you must proactive about maintaining optimal electrolyte balance when engaging in any sort of rigorous activity. Drinking Vitalyte is an excellent way to keep your electrolyte levels where they need to be, but there are also a number of delicious foods containing electrolytes, many of which you likely already have in your home.

    Follow a Balanced Diet to Maintain Electrolyte Levels

    Eating a healthy diet consisting of fruits, vegetables, lean meats, low-fat dairy products, nuts, and whole grains is the easiest way to ensure that you are consuming ample electrolytes. There are some exceptional foods that have electrolytes, if you feel the need to supercharge your diet. Here are ten of the best foods for boosting your electrolyte levels.

    1. Bananas

    Bananas are a great snack option for many reasons. They are portable, affordable, and loaded with nutrients, vitamins, and electrolytes. They are also available year-round. Bananas are most popular as an excellent source of potassium, with one 126-gram serving containing a whopping 450 milligrams of potassium. Additionally, bananas are an excellent source of magnesium, with one serving containing approximately 35 milligrams. Bananas also provide vitamin B6, manganese, vitamin C, fiber, protein, vitamin A, iron, and much more.

    Health Benefits

    The potassium in bananas helps to prevent stroke, protect muscle mass, maintain bone density, and prevent kidney stones from forming. Magnesium is an electrolyte that helps to prevent cardiovascular disease, keeps blood pressure levels regulated, and treats diabetes, osteoporosis, depression, migraines, and insomnia. Eating bananas lowers your risk of developing certain types of cancer, asthma, and diabetes. Bananas may improve your memory and overall mood, and they can be used to treat diarrhea and replenish lost electrolytes. Bananas are one of the best foods containing electrolytes, and they make the perfect pre- or post-workout snack.

    2. Brown Rice

    Rice is a staple food in many cultures, and it is one of the most versatile foods containing electrolytes. Brown rice, in particular, is especially healthy because its processing leaves most of the nutrients intact. Brown rice is low in calories, but it contains plenty of phosphorus and magnesium, as well as manganese, selenium, copper, and vitamin B3. Brown rice is also rich in fiber, and the oils in whole brown rice can even lower your cholesterol levels. It’s no wonder brown rice is one of the most popular foods on the planet.

    Health Benefits

    The manganese in brown rice helps the body to process carbohydrates and proteins, turning them into energy. It also helps to keep the nervous system healthy by synthesizing fatty acids. The magnesium in brown rice can significantly lower your risk of developing type 2 diabetes, and can also help regulate your blood pressure. Brown rice also helps to keep your bones strong, promotes a healthy colon, and reduces your chances of developing some types of cancer. Brown rice is also a very filling food that is low in calories while still offering the nutritional value you require.

    3. Yogurt

    Although some types of yogurt can be fatty, it is still an excellent source of calcium. Yogurt also contains probiotics, which are “good” bacteria that are essential for your body’s health. Other electrolytes found in yogurt include potassium and magnesium, and yogurt is also an excellent source of vitamins D, B2, and B12. When shopping for yogurt, seek out the natural, low-fat or non-fat options whenever possible, and seek out the brands that contain active cultures and probiotics. Low-fat yogurt can make an excellent breakfast, especially when topped with fruit.

    Health Benefits

    The calcium in yogurt is essential for keeping your bones and teeth strong, and yogurt helps to prevent osteoporosis for this reason. Studies have shown that eating yogurt regularly helps to keep blood pressure levels down. Yogurt is also excellent for treating gastrointestinal problems such as diarrhea, constipation, lactose intolerance, colon cancer, and inflammatory bowel disease. Yogurt also makes you feel fuller than many other snacks, making it an excellent option for a quick snack on the go.

    4. Eggs

    Eggs are sometimes controversial, particularly in regard to their health benefits. This is mainly due to their high cholesterol levels. However, eggs do offer some excellent health benefits, as they contain phosphorus, riboflavin, choline, vitamin B12, and high-quality protein. Eggs also contain minerals such as selenium and iodine that are not often found in other foods. When you consider the amount of nutrients that eggs provide, they are actually not unreasonably high in calories, either. Eggs are one of the most versatile foods with electrolytes, as they can be made in many different ways and incorporated into a myriad of different dishes.

    Health Benefits

    Studies have shown that approximately 90 percent of people do not get enough choline in their diet. A single egg contains more than 100 milligrams of choline, which is essential for building cell membranes and signaling molecules in the brain. Although eggs are high in cholesterol, they also help the body to process “bad” cholesterol, reducing the risk of heart disease. Eggs also rank high on the Satiety Index, which measures the level of fullness a person feels after consuming a food, when compared to the number of calories.

    5. Spinach

    Without a doubt, spinach is one of the healthiest foods available. Low in calories and high in nutrients, a handful of spinach is an incredibly effective way to fuel your body. Most of the calories in spinach come from protein, and this leafy green is an excellent source of magnesium, calcium, and potassium, as well as vitamin A, folate, and iron. In fact, spinach even surpasses the banana’s potassium content, with one cup of spinach containing 839 milligrams, as opposed to the banana’s 539 milligrams.

    Health Benefits

    It is important to include plenty of iron in your diet, especially if you are an athlete, as iron directly affects how your body uses energy. Doctors often tell people with high blood pressure to eat more spinach because the potassium effectively reduces blood pressure levels. Spinach also contains vitamin K and calcium, which are both essential for maintaining bone density. The fiber in spinach promotes a healthy digestive tract, and the vitamin A helps to keep your skin and hair healthy. The chlorophyll in spinach and other leafy greens may also help to reduce your cancer risk.

    6. Peanuts

    Peanuts are the perfect grab-and-go snack. You can munch on them on the way to the gym, during a game, or any other time that you need a quick and nutritious snack. Peanuts are rich in biotin, copper, manganese, phosphorus, and many vitamins. The amount of antioxidants in peanuts is comparable to many fruits. These irresistible legumes are also rich in monounsaturated fats, which promote a healthy cardiovascular system.

    Health Benefits

    When compared to the average American diet, a diet rich in peanut products reduced cardiovascular disease by 21 percent. Studies also suggest that peanuts reduce a person’s chance of developing gallstones. Peanuts help to reduce the cognitive effects associated with aging, and they may reduce the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. Clearly peanuts are one of the best foods containing electrolytes, and it doesn't hurt that they’re also delicious.

     7. Salmon

    Salmon is a delicious fish that is packed with nutrients and electrolytes such as phosphorus, magnesium, and calcium. Salmon is also loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, essential amino acids, iron, and zinc. It is a high-quality protein that contains vitamins A, D, B6, B, and E. Many experts recommend eating salmon and other fish at least twice per week. Salmon also goes great with other foods that have electrolytes such as brown rice and spinach, so enjoy a delicious and healthy meal tonight.

    Health Benefits

    The omega-3 fatty acids in salmon provide numerous health benefits, including promoting a healthy heart, improving blood lipid patterns and blood vessel function, and even reducing depression and other mental disorders. While the omega-3 fatty acids are the most well-known benefits, salmon also packs a lot of nutrients into one high-quality protein without the cholesterol content you would find in other meats.

    8. Kale

    Kale is widely regarded as one of the healthiest foods on the planet, and for good reason. Kale contains plenty of potassium, phosphorus, and calcium, as well as a huge variety of other nutrients and vitamins such as vitamins A, C, and K. You would be hard-pressed to find better electrolyte sources than kale, especially when you consider how many other minerals, vitamins, and nutrients it also contains.

    Health Benefits

    Kale is an excellent source of fiber, which help to keep the digestive tract healthy and promote regularity. Like spinach, kale contains chlorophyll, which helps to prevent cancer. Kale also has plenty of calcium and vitamin K, which are both crucial for maintaining strong bones and teeth. The vitamin A in kale keeps your skin and hair healthy, and the iron contained in kale can even reduce the chances of balding. A handful of kale thrown into a salad is a fantastic way to enjoy some serious health benefits.

    9. Raisins

    Unlike the grapes from which they came, raisins are a wonderful, concentrated source of electrolytes, vitamins, energy, and minerals. Although some vitamins are lost when turning fresh grapes into raisins, the increased health benefits are undeniable. Raisins are packed with electrolytes such as magnesium, calcium, and potassium, as well as iron, zinc, manganese, fluoride, and many others. Like peanuts, raisins are a quick grab-and-go snack, perfect for working out or competing. As you can imagine, a healthy trail mix is one of the best sources of electrolytes, especially with a cold, refreshing Vitalyte beverage to wash it down.

    Health Benefits

    Like fresh grapes, raisins contain significant amounts of antioxidants. Like the other foods on this list, raisins promote a healthy heart and reduce the risk of stroke. The fiber contained in raisins helps to lower bad cholesterol levels, lower body weight, and reduce your chances of contracting some types of cancers. Raisins are also an excellent source of B vitamins, which help to boost your energy and overall mood.

    10. Potatoes

    The humble potato is a fantastic addition to any meal. Potatoes contain significant amounts of potassium, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus, not to mention zinc, niacin, folate, and choline. Potatoes are also packed with vitamin C, iron, and vitamin B-6. Regularly consuming potatoes along with other fruits and vegetables has been proven to reduce obesity and promote a healthy weight in general. If you’re looking to add some electrolytes to a meal, potatoes are easily one of the most versatile choices available.

    Health Benefits

    Potatoes contain choline, which is an essential mineral for reducing inflammation. They also contain folate, which helps with DNA repair and synthesis, which helps to reduce the risk of cancer. The fiber in potatoes help to keep the digestive tract healthy, and the vitamin B6 helps to process proteins and carbohydrates and turn them into energy. Potatoes also help to reduce blood pressure levels, promoting cardiovascular health.

    Enjoy Vitalyte

    Here at Vitalyte, we are proud to offer a beverage that replenishes your body’s crucial electrolytes quickly and conveniently, without the additives that are so common in other sports drinks. Sometimes there just isn’t time to eat foods to replenish electrolytes, and that’s where Vitalyte comes in. We provide the electrolytes your body requires in one delicious formula. Call us at 1-800-283 6505 if you would like to learn more, or browse our full product line. Fuel your body with Vitalyte today.

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