SaltStick Fastchews Chewable Electrolyte Tablets

SaltStick Fastchews Chewable Electrolyte Tablets
SaltStick Fastchews Chewable Electrolyte Tablets
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Fastchews Chewable Electrolyte Tablets by SaltStick
When you're sweating profusely during exercise, you may need some help balancing your electrolytes. Hydrate more than just with water by adding the SaltStick Fastchews Chewable Electrolyte Tablets to your regimen. These tablets minimize muscle cramps and heat stress during hot-weather activities. Each serving (two tablets) contains 100mg sodium, 30mg potassium, 10mg calcium, and 6mg magnesium--ideally a match to the electrolyte profile lost during intense exercise. They're a one-size-fits-most solution, with non-GMO, gluten-free, and vegetarian-friendly labels to their name.

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