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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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Great tasting hydrating drink
Posted10 May 2012
tinydancer
fromLondon
Country : United Kingdom
Age : 45-54
Interest : Road Cyclist
Level : New to sport
Gender : Female
Budget : Quality first
"I'm a novice cyclist and having recently joined a club am amazed at how much kit one requires for the long Sunday rides we do in the hilly Chilterns - but taking enough fluid on board for a water hater like me was hard - until I found these tablets. I put two of the pink grapefruit tabs in each water bottle and it tastes really good, no artificial sweetener after-taste and replaces electrolytes so is superior to plain water.
I am now a wiggle addict!
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Pros: High Quality
Cons: Expensive
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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.
 

Whats the nutritional breakdown per 100mls when made up as directed?

This product has no nutritional content as it is a zero calorie hydrating drink - so apart from replacing lost electrolytes it is the same as water. Hope this helps.
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