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Simple Truth Organic Electrolyte Solution Wild Berry -- 33.8 fl oz

Simple Truth Organic Electrolyte Solution Wild Berry
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Simple Truth Organic Electrolyte Solution Wild Berry -- 33.8 fl oz

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Simple Truth Organic Electrolyte Solution Wild Berry Description

  • No Artificial Colors, Flavors, or Sweeteners
  • Naturally Flavored
  • Replaces Electrolytes
  • Replenishes Zinc
  • Kosher
  • Non-GMO
  • USDA Organic
  • 1 Liter

Contains 11% Fruit Juice
Dehydration can be caused by a variety of symptoms. When the body loses too much of important fluids and electrolytes, it may no longer function properly. Simple Truth™ Organic Electrolyte Solution is designed to prevent dehydration by quickly restoring fluids and electrolytes more effectively than sports drinks, sodas, juices and water, while containing no artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners.
†Simple Truth Organic products are formulated without genetically modified organisms (GMOs). The USDA's National Organic Program does not permit the use of ingredients made with GMOs in Certified Organic products.
One serving (8 fl oz) of Simple Truth™ Organic Electrolyte Solution provides: sodium, 10.6 mEq; potassium, 4.7 mEq; chloride, 8.3 mEq.



Do not add water or dilute.

Ready to use.
Tastes best served cold.
Directions for use: 

  •  Infants under 1 year of age: Consult doctor before using.
  • Children 1 year of age and older and adults: Begin with small frequent sips every 15 minutes. Increase serving size as tolerated. Continue to use for as long as symptoms are present.
  • To maintain proper hydration, 1-2 liters (32 to 64 fl oz) of Simple Truth™ Organic Electrolyte Solution may be needed per day. Consult your doctor if vomiting, fever or diarrhea continues beyond 24 hours or if consumption needs are greater than 2 liters (64 fl oz) per day.

Do not use if printed around cap or inner seal is missing or broken. Ingredients may settle over time. Shake well before use. Remove protective neckband and twist off cap. Remove and throw away protective inner seal. After opening, replace cap, refrigerate and use within 48 hours. Store unopened containers in a cool place. Avoid excessive heat. Do not reuse bottle. 

Free Of
GMOs, artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 8 fl oz (237 mL)
Servings per Container: per container 4
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Total Fat0 g0%
Sodium240 mg10%
Potassium180 mg5%
Total Carbohydrate6 g2%
   Sugars6 g
Protein0 g0%
Other Ingredients: Water, organic grape juice concentrate, less than 1% of: organic dextrose, potassium citrate, sodium chloride, sodium citrate, zinc gluconate, organic citric acid, organic flavors, organic stevia extract.

Use under medical supervision.

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The best time of day to exercise 

Working out in the afternoon -- between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. -- might significantly reduce your risk of premature death compared to exercising in the morning or evening, according to a large study released earlier this year in the journal Nature Communications. The researchers note that those hours correspond to the time of day when people are least likely to have a heart attack. On the other hand, women lose significantly more abdominal fat and lower their blood pressure further when they exercise in the morning rather than in the evening, according to a Skidmore College study published in Frontiers in Physiology. Evening workouts also can offer benefits. Women gained more upper-body strength and saw improved mood by working out in the evening, the researchers at Skidmore College say. Men also saw gains in heart and metabolic health and emotional well-being by working out in the evening. People with specific health conditions might choose to work out at a time that has been shown to have a positive impact on their illness. A study of more than 2,400 people with type 2 diabetes found that those who exercised in the afternoon achieved greater improvements in glucose control. Finally, the time of day you choose to exercise can also impact how you perform. Exercise performance peaks between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m., according to a review of 60 studies on exercise that was published in the journal Nature.

The importance of exercise

These studies suggest that the optimal time to exercise might depend on the state of your health and what you hope to achieve in your workouts. However, the unfortunate reality is that exercise at any time of the day is relatively rare among Americans. One-quarter of U.S. adults are not active enough to protect their health, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC notes that if more adults were active, it could prevent 10% of premature deaths. In addition, regular exercise offers many other health benefits, including:
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Thus, the time of day you exercise is far less important than simply making sure you get in some type of activity, regardless of when you do it. For many people, morning is a great time to exercise, says Jonathan Olonade, a personal training leader with Life Time in Cinco Ranch, Texas. “The short answer here would be to exercise ‘early and often,’” he says. Exercising earlier in the day “makes you more likely to ensure that you get it done,” Olonade says. “If you notice that your day gets very busy during certain hours and you don’t have much energy left after performing those activities, it may be smart to work out prior to getting started (for the day),” he says. In addition, morning workouts come after sleeping for a number of hours and before consuming as many calories as you will by the end of the day. Those are good conditions for those seeking weight loss. “You should be more efficient in burning calories during an earlier workout,” Olonade says. However, early workouts may not be best for everyone. Perhaps you have a busy schedule early in the day, or simply find it difficult to motivate yourself to exercise soon after waking up. “If your day starts busier but scales back later -- leaving you with a bit of opportunity later -- then there lies your workout window,” Olonade says. The key is to know which schedule makes the most sense for you, and to make your workout a priority. It’s also important to acknowledge that no matter what time of day you choose for exercise, obstacles will occasionally appear. Thus, there is no “perfect” time to exercise. Instead, it is important to establish a regimen and to fight to stick with it. “Understand that anything carrying meaningful change in life comes with some level of sacrifice,” Olonade says.

How much exercise is enough?

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