ISO Drink

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Contributes to the recovery of normal muscle function
Contributes to electrolyte balance and hydration
Contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism

Sports drinks are considered "isotonic," meaning they contain a 6 to 8 percent carbohydrate solution. This percentage of carbs maximizes fluid absorption and energy conversion because their concentration of salt and sugar is comparable to that found in the human body. Electrolytes are minerals, including sodium, calcium, chloride, magnesium, phosphorous and potassium, which you naturally lose as you sweat. They assist in proper muscle function and must be replaced if you sweat a lot or are exercising at a relatively intense level for more than an hour. Consuming a sports drink is one of the easiest ways to restore your electrolyte balance, especially when it comes to sodium and potassium.


Dosage Form: 
Orange , Lemon

Mix 2 scoops (62 g) of powder into 1000 ml of cold water and drink it cool before, during and after exercise. 

Before Exercise: Drink one to three glass(es) (240-720 ml) of prepared beverage, 4 to 1 hour(s) before exercise or drink half to one glass (120-240 ml) of prepared beverage, immediately before the start of workout session. 

During Exercise: Drink half to one glass (120-240 ml) of prepared beverage 30 minutes after the start of workout session and every 10-15 minutes during exercise. 

After Exercise: Drink at least one to two glass(es) (240-480 ml) of prepared beverage, after exercise. 

Pack size: 
Net Wt. 1240g powder
Shelf life period: 
24 months
  • Store in a cool and dry place
  • Keep out of the reach of children

As with other food supplements, seek professional advice if you are under medical supervision, suffering from food allergies, are allergic to any of the ingredients.
Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet.


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