Yummy electrolyte drink for post workout 😋🍹


Anytime we sweat, we lose electrolytes. The more we sweat, the more we lose. And you can feel it too!


A lot of influencers, micro influencers, bloggers, etc tend to share really detailed information on the products they come across, which is great, but sometimes too much information can be quite confusing to the average person. To simplify things, if you ever feel completely depleted after a sweaty workout, then loss of electrolytes is probably to blame! There are several options out there for electrolyte rich drinks; gatorade, chocolate milk, coconut water, V8. If you used to take classes with me at Powerflex, you may have noticed that I would chug a tomato juice in between my classes. It's the only way I was able to teach back to back. The salt in tomato juice provides the electrolytes; however, not everyone likes vegetable drinks. If you crave something fruity and refreshing after a workout then Niyama's pineapple coconut flavoured electrolyte mix is for you!

This product is super simple to use; after your workout, just stir in one scoop of the powder with cold or room temperature water, then stir and enjoy. Lucky for me it tastes like BACARDI (sans the rum lol). Amazing flavour and very smooth! It dissolves seamlessly.


Another fabulous aspect about this mix which I absolutely love is that it's not single use! No plastic to throw away after each drink you make! So that's a great added bonus for me, since a lot of other electrolyte drinks only come in single use packets or bottles. We don't need them these days anyway, since we are all working out at home. No need to take this on the go! ;) And if you go outside for a run, you can drink this as soon as you get home.

In addition to its electrolyte replenishing benefits, this product is a source of amino acids, helps in connective tissue formation, and is an antioxidant for the maintenance of good health. 0 sugar, 0 calories, 0 artificial colours, 0 artificial flavours, and many many more benefits!

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