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Best Electrolyte Drinks

Electrolytes are minerals found in your blood that help regulate blood pressure, muscle contraction and keep your system functioning properly. When you lose a significant amount of these after a rigorous workout, you can become dehydrated and even experience muscle spasms and fatigue. To prevent this, experts say it’s a good idea to opt for a drink packed with electrolytes following intense exercise like long runs or tough cycling sessions. For shopping made easy, we rounded up some of the best options on the market. They all work to restore electrolytes in your system like magnesium, potassium and sodium — to keep you feeling and moving your best.

1. Vita Coco Coconut Water

Coconut water is packed with vital nutrients and naturally-occurring electrolytes, as well as more potassium than a banana to keep you hydrated.

Pros: It comes in a pack of 12. It only contains 60 calories and is available in flavors like lime, lemonade and pineapple.

Cons: Some may find it tastes a bit too sweet.

Vita Coco Coconut Water
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2. Body Armour Lyte Sports Drink

This drink is made up of 10% coconut water, plus potassium, vitamins and antioxidants.

Pros: It has no sugar, artificial sweeteners, flavors or dyes. It’s only 20 calories. It comes in a variety of flavors such as peach mango, watermelon and blueberry pomegranate. This also comes in a 12-pack with each bottle containing 16 fluid ounces.

Cons: This drink also may be too sweet for some.

Body Armour Lyte Sports Drink
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3. Hoist Premium Hydration Drink

This drink contains a balanced blend of electrolytes, carbohydrates and water to replenish the fluids, natural sugar and nutrients your body needs.

Pros: It’s also devoid of any artificial preservatives, sweeteners or dyes. It comes in five flavors. It comes in a four or 12-pack. It’s only 35 calories.

Cons: It may have a slightly salty after taste.

Hoist Premium Hydration Drink
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