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It’s Vitalyte time…

July 28, 2011

Do a search here (little white box on the upper right, fun for a lot of word searches)  for “vitalyte” and read the many, many reasons it’s the only electrolyte replenisher I would use and recommend (I”ve got the converts to prove it!).

Today I realized d’oh! Time to buy the Vitalyte (way easier than making donuts…)

I did the math again on tub v. packet v. stick. Tub’s still the cheapest option (and the least moopiest).

Vitalyte site – $23.37

Ebay – $24.99

Amazon – Varies. Oddly, one seller has my lemonade at $19.00 free shipping, but other flavors at $25.95 free shipping. I’m hesitant to skimp the few dollars and get it from Amazon rather than Vitalyte, but…that’s four dollars that could buy me an indian taco. If I could eat the darn glutinous things.

Vitalyte has a new product, Tri-Phase Endurance, “… formulated to provide sustained energy and focus, fight free radicals, replenish electrolytes and accelerate recovery.”

* Stage 1 provides mental focus and sustained energy through the use of vitamins B6 and B12 combined with fast- and slow-acting carbohydrates
* Palatinose™, a patented endurance carbohydrate, provides sustained energy to keep you going strong

* Stage 2 features amino acids leucine, isoleucine, valine and CarnoSyn™ Beta-Alanine to speed recovery and buffer lactic acid

* Stage 3 uses an electrolyte blend to replace electrolytes lost through sweating; selenium boosts glutathione, which scavenges free radicals in the body to keep you strong