Sport Hydration Drink Mix - 60 Serving Bag by Skratch Labs
If you're anything like us, you can't get through a day on the bike without a bottle of Skratch, and while the standard 20-serving bag of days past was great for giving you an array of flavors, you probably are left wanting more. Fortunately Skratch Labs has an answer to our craving with its new 60-Serving Sport Hydration Drink Mix Bag that gives you the light taste you love, minus the upset stomach of other drink mixes. When it comes to getting your hydration right, these simple and natural ingredients are easy to digest and replenish the body quickly and efficiently. Keeping it simple is the Skratch way, but simplicity doesn't necessarily preclude room for improvement. This new recipe proves that point by including 10% more electrolytes to better match what's lost when you sweat. The Matcha Green Tea & Lemon flavor contains about 16mg of naturally occurring caffeine from Matcha tea in a 16oz serving. For comparison, an 8oz cup of coffee has 70-100mg of caffeine. Regardless of caffeine content, all of the drink mix flavors are non-GMO, gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, and kosher.
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