- Substituting: Electrolytes powder by RawSeries.
- Sodium, Chloride, Potassium, Calcium and Magnesium.
- Quality mineral salts.
- Optimal dissolution.
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Evolytes powder by SportSeries is a vegan powder dietary supplement, based on the mineral salts of sodium, chloride, calcium, potassium and magnesium.
Electrolytes are ions, that is, atoms with electrical charge that fulfil functions in the body. The electrolytes in this supplement are presented in the form of mineral salts of high bioavailability.
Evolytes powder is suitable for vegan diets.
Because electrolytes are especially useful for athletes who perform long-term and/or high-intensity workouts in warm, high-humidity climates.
The main electrolytes we lose through sweat are:
- Calcium and Magnesium.
Evolytes powder from SportSeries has been formulated with these compounds to replace the mineral salts lost through sweat.
Electrolytes play important roles in the body. Including providing:
Calcium contributes to:
- The normal functioning of muscles.
- Normal energy metabolism.
- The normal functioning of neurotransmission.
Chloride helps aid normal digestions by producing hydrochloric acid in the stomach.
Chloride contributes to normal digestion by producing hydrochloric acid in the stomach.
Potassium contributes to normal functioning of the muscles and nervous system.
Electrolytes can be used before, during and/or after workouts.
During training, the tendency is to dissolve electrolyte-based food supplements in a bottle with water and other nutrients, in order to make them easier to take.
So you don't have to go around opening capsules or splitting tablets, from HSN we bring you Evolytes powder, more convenient in the form of highly available mineral salts.
The functions of electrolytes are identical regardless of the mineral salt used, as the elements responsible for its effects are sodium, calcium, magnesium, etc.
However, salts affect their elemental content, their bioavailability, and therefore their absorption.
A classic example is the laxative effect associated with magnesium oxide salt, a cheap-to-produce compound that is sometimes used in electrolyte food supplements but doesn’t come recommended.
In our product, we've used the salt of magnesium citrate, known amongst endurance athletes for its excellent quality with 0 digestive discomfort.
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The food supplement has a neutral taste, with a slight calcium/salty aftertaste, which is typical of mineral salts.
Its taste can be easily camouflaged by using carbohydrate sources, which are recommended for long-distance training and competitions; and for this Evocarbs 2.0 is an excellent choice.
Despite this, the taste of mineral salts is light and doesn't significantly affect the palatability of the drink, it simply slightly increases its strength, and can be used without masking.
At HSN we wanted to create the most neutral product, so that anyone who wants to use the pure version can do.
The mineral salts are vegan, and in the composition of the product no ingredients of animal origin or provenance have been used.
Evolytes powder is a dietary supplement 100% suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
The solubility of HSN Evolytes powder is excellent, as its initial dispersion in the medium is homogeneous and it is easily suspended in water.
If you make the mixture before staring exercise, we recommend slightly shaking the container before each use, as the mineral salts, due to their physicochemical profile, tend to settle gradually at the bottom of the container.
Simply shake to suspend them evenly again in your drink.
Evolytes powder has an intensely salty taste.
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|daily doseper serving|
|Serving size: 1/2 scoop of 5ml (2.5g)|
|daily dose: 1/2 scoop of 5ml (2.5g)|
|Servings per container: 60|
|of sodium chloride|
|of sodium chloride|
|of magnesium citrate|
|NRVs (Nutrient Reference Values) established in Regulation (EU) 1169/2011 of 25 October 2011. †† NRVs are not established on this occasion.|