Glaxon Astrolyte 45 Servings | Hydration Supplement
In the past many gym rats and fitness enthusiasts used BCAAs for hydration and as an intra-workout beverage. More recently however were seeing more and more brands including Glaxon roll out dedicated hydration supplements like Astrolyte. Astrolyte is great for hydration, as an intra-workout, or just something to sip on through the day if you're bored of water. Astrolyte contains 3690mg of electrolyte salts and 25mg of Astragin for improved absorption, along with probiotic fibers for gut health. This formula will help to prevent muscle cramping, replenish minerals lost during training, and speed up post training recovery. It also makes a tasty hydrating drink to sip on throughout the day.
Glaxon Astrolyte Product Highlights
- Advanced Blend of Electrolytes & Prebiotic Fiber
- Contains Patented AstraGin for Absorption
- 100% Natural Formula
- Promotes Hydration & Healthy Gut
- Prevents Cramping
- Improve Post Training Recovery
- Supports Heightened Muscle Contractions
What Are Electrolytes?
Electrolytes are essential minerals like sodium, calcium, and potassium. Electrolytes are essential to many functions in the body and are often associated with hydration to replace electrolytes lost through sweat while working out or training. Electrolytes are important because they help to regulate muscle contractions and help balance your bodies pH levels.
What Can I Stack Glaxon Astrolyte With?
Mix one scoop with 12-16 ounces of cold water. Vary the amount of liquid to powder to suit your taste.
Glaxon Astrolyte 30 Servings Ingredients & Supplement Facts
Store in a cool dry place after opening.
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