SeanOZ
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ZERO is the new electrolyte drink from High5; it's virtually calorie free (1.4 cal per 100ml) and has a light refreshing taste.
 
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Electrolyte drink that is easy to use
Posted15 March 2011
SeanOZ
"Finally a way to get those electrolytes in and not have to be concerned about how to get powder in to your bottle, particularly when on a ride.
I have used these in my drink bottle for the past month and have found them not only tasty (not too sweet like some others I have tried) but very easy to use, particularly when you want to top up while out on a ride...just take an extra tablet with you!
Would recommend them absolutely (and already have!)
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Pros: Great Value, Versatile, convenient, ease of use
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EnergySource 4:1 is an advanced fuel for use by endurance athletes. It's Europe's first state-of-the-art carbohydrate-protein energy and hydration drink - for use DURING exercise.
 

Is it isotonic?

The description refers to it being hypotonic. Is this the same as isotonic?
Hi - hypotonic means that the solution is less concentrated than (when referring to sports drinks) body fluids and so is generally absorbed quicker than isotonic fluids, which are roughly the same concentration as bod fluids.
See below article

http://www.pponline.co.uk/encyc/sports-drinks-recovering-from-exercise-with-hypotonic-drinks-isotonic-drinks-and-hypertonic-drinks-307
3 years, 7 months ago
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SeanOZ
 
ZERO is the new electrolyte drink from High5; it's virtually calorie free (1.4 cal per 100ml) and has a light refreshing taste.
 

Does it contain any artificial sweetners?

Yes - sorbitol, saccharine and Acesulfame K
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