R3HYDR8 Carbohydrate-Electrolyte Sports Drink – 1kg

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Average Quantity Per Serving Per 100mL
Energy 341kJ 137kJ
(82kCal) (33kCal)
Protein 0.0g 0.0g
Fat, total 0.0g 0.0g
–       Saturated 0.0g 0.0g
Carbohydrate, total 20.1g 8.0g
–       Sugars 6.4g 2.6g
–  Dextrose 3.3g 1.3g
–  Fructose 3.1g 1.2g
Sodium 175mg 70mg
Potassium 45mg 18mg
Maltodextrim 13.7mg 5.5mg
Per serving 21g of dry powder & as prepared with water


Ingredients: maltodextrin, dextrose, fructose, celtic salt, citric acid, natural color, natural flavouring, stevia extract, dipotassium phosphate, potassium chloride, xylitol, fruit pectin.

Directions: Add 22g per 250mL of water and mix well by shaking in a sealed drink bottle.

Before Exercise: Drink 250-750mL 1-2 hours prior to exercise to optimise hydration status*.

During Exercise: Drink to partially replace sweat losses during exercise. Never drink to cause body weight gain during exercise*.

After Exercise: Drink up to 150% of sweat losses within 4 hours of exercise for rapid rehydration*.

Storage: Replace lid immediately after use and store below 30oC in a cool, dry place.

Allergen Statement: May contain traces of dairy, soy, wheat and egg

Statements: Isotonic electrolyte drink base (Osmolality: 263mOsm/L)

Country of Origin: Made in Australia from Imported Ingredients

Other product label text: R3HYDR8 Energy is a carbohydrate-electrolyte sports drink. To optimise fuelling and hydration during moderate and high intensity exercise, R3HYDR8 Energy provides a mixture of glucose and fructose containing carbohydrates, in an isotonic formulation, allowing maximal absorption from the gastrointestinal tract. It provides 70mg of sodium per 100mL of fluid, the average sodium loss of athletes during exercise, from non-commercially refined salt. R3HYDR8 Energy can also be used as a source of carbohydrate and rapidly absorbed fluid to prepare for exercise, or for rapid refuelling and rehydration after exercise.

* American College of Sports Medicine Position Statement – Nutrition for Athletic Performance (2016).

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