No doubt you train brutally hard - you’re a 5%er! Did you know that water alone may not be enough to keep you hydrated? What’s the best way to stay hydrated during your intense workouts?– 5% Nutrition Hydrate STK! This innovative product comes in convenient stick packs. That means you can take it anywhere! Just toss a couple of Hydrate STK in your gym bag, and you’re all set!
Experience Optimal Hydration With 5% Nutrition Hydrate STK!
Water is great, and you should drink plenty of it during the day. If you want optimal hydration, you need more than water. Here’s the thing. When you train, you sweat out key minerals. That means it’s easy to fall into a state of dehydration. Once that happens, your performance suffers.
That’s why we created 5% Nutrition Hydrate STK. Now you can rehydrate quickly and easily - no matter where you are! One stick provides all the critical electrolyte minerals, vitamins, and nutrients you need to promote hydration. Hydrate STK also slows fatigue, and lets you perform at your peak. The great thing about this product is its convenience. Take a couple to the gym, work, school, or anywhere you’re going. Stay hydrated and get the most out of your workout with 5% Nutrition NHydrate STK!
Vitamin C – 90 mg
Vitamin C is not directly involved in hydration. Still, it’s an important antioxidant and immune system booster. Vitamin C also supports healthy bones, cartilage, skin, and teeth. Since it’s a water-soluble vitamin, it must be replaced daily. (1)
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) – 1.2 mg
Generally speaking, the water-soluble B-complex vitamins convert food into energy and help the body deal with stress. What about hydration? The B vitamins help the body fight fatigue caused by dehydration. As an individual vitamin, B2 supports cellular energy production. (2)
Vitamin B6 – 5 mg
Like B2, vitamin B6 helps the body fight fatigue caused by dehydration. As an individual B-complex vitamin, it also promotes cognitive function. (3)
Folate (Folic Acid) – 800 mcg
Here’s another B-complex vitamin that helps reduce dehydration-related fatigue.
Vitamin B12 – 100 mcg
Of all the B-complex vitamins, B12 is the most well-known. It’s also the vitamin most associated with increasing energy and combating stress.
Biotin – 30 mcg
Biotin is yet another member of the B-complex vitamin family. Like the others, it combats fatigue. It’s also commonly used for healthy hair and skin.
Pantothenic Acid – 5 mg
This is the final B-complex vitamin in 5% Nutrition Hydrate STK. Like the other B’s, pantothenic acid supports energy production and helps fight fatigue.
Calcium – 90 mg
This is an electrolyte mineral. We use a blend of 3 forms of calcium: calcium carbonate, calcium citrate, and DimaCal® (dicalcium malate). The main advantage of each of these forms of calcium is superior absorption. (4)
Magnesium (Magnesium Bisglycinate, Magnesium Citrate) – 100 mg
Magnesium is another important electrolyte mineral. One of the key functions for anyone that lifts weights is its role in muscular contraction and nerve transmission. This function alone makes magnesium essential. 5% Nutrition Hydrate STK uses two forms that provide superior absorption over other forms. In addition, magnesium bisglycinate is involved in protein metabolism. (5)
Chloride – 348 mg
Chloride is an electrolyte mineral that also improves digestion and supports metabolism. (6)
Sodium – 200 mg
Of all the electrolyte minerals, the one that gets all the bad press is sodium. Many lifters avoid sodium as much as possible. Yet, sodium helps balance fluid levels in the body. Like magnesium, it’s important for normal nerve transmission. Yes, high levels of sodium in should be avoided by avoiding processed foods, it’s still a critical electrolyte. It’s also in perfect balance with the other electrolyte minerals in 5% Nutrition Hydrate STK. (7)
Potassium – 500 mg
This is another important electrolyte mineral. Potassium helps manage normal blood pressure. It also supports cardiovascular and bone health. (8)
L-Taurine – 1,500 mg
Taurine is a sulfonic amino acid with a wide range of benefits. First, taurine supports hydration because it’s an osmolyte. That means it pulls water into the muscles. That’s a major reason it’s in most pre-workouts - it promotes water-based pumps (it also has cognitive benefits). That’s also why it’s included in 5% Nutrition Hydrate STK. (9, 10, 11, 12)
Coconut Water Concentrate – 1,250 mg
Coconut water is a concentrated source of electrolyte minerals and other nutrients. In addition, it may have antioxidant and heart health benefits.
Tart Cherry Extract 10:1 – 250 mg
Here’s a good source of various vitamins, including A, C, B, and K. It also contains the electrolyte minerals potassium and magnesium. Finally, tart cherry supports recovery, joint health, and immune system health. (13, 14)
SAM-e – 100 mg
This ingredient is also known as S-Adenosyl Methionine. It occurs naturally in the body and is made from the amino acid methionine. That’s a precursor to taurine and the potent antioxidant glutathione. SAMe is commonly used to support joint function and cognitive health. It also helps combat fatigue.
How’s that for a list of impressive ingredients? Now that’s what a hydration supplement should be! Plus, Hydrate STK is vegan-friendly, non-GMO, and dairy free.
No matter what your training routine looks like, you can rehydrate like a legend with 5% Nutrition Hydrate STK!
- Riboflavin – Health Professional Fact Sheet (nih.gov)
- Vitamin B6 | The Nutrition Source | Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
- DimaCal® | Human Nutrition & Health (balchem.com)
- Walker, A. F., Marakis, G., Christie, S., & Byng, M. (2003). Mg citrate found more bioavailable than other Mg preparations in a randomised, double-blind study. Magnesium research, 16(3), 183–191.
- Benefits of Chloride – Benefits Of (benefitof.net)
- The Benefits of Sodium (vitamins-nutrition.org)
- Potassium: Health benefits and recommended intake (medicalnewstoday.com)
- What does osmolyte mean? (definitions.net)
- Howatson, G., McHugh, M. P., Hill, J. A., Brouner, J., Jewell, A. P., van Someren, K. A., Shave, R. E., & Howatson, S. A. (2010). Influence of tart cherry juice on indices of recovery following marathon running. Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports, 20(6), 843–852. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1600-0838.2009.01005.x
- Levers, K., Dalton, R., Galvan, E., Goodenough, C., O'Connor, A., Simbo, S., Barringer, N., Mertens-Talcott, S. U., Rasmussen, C., Greenwood, M., Riechman, S., Crouse, S., & Kreider, R. B. (2015). Effects of powdered Montmorency tart cherry supplementation on an acute bout of intense lower body strength exercise in resistance-trained males. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, 12, 41. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12970-015-0102-y