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Recommendations: Mix 1 scoop in 8 ounces of water or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
If pregnant, nursing, or taking medication, consult your healthcare practitioner before use. Keep out of reach of children.
Calcium (as Dicalcium Phosphate and Calcium D-Glucarate)
Calcium is key for healthy muscular contraction, cell signaling, cell division, and bone density. Dynamic Hydrate contains highly bioavailable calcium from dicalcium phosphate and calcium D-glucarate for supporting healthy calcium status.
Phosphorus (as Dicalcium Phosphate)
Phosphorus has ubiquitous roles throughout the human body, acting as a component of phosphate. Phosphorus works synergistically with calcium to support bone density and muscular contraction, as well as being a crucial substrate for energy (ATP) production.
Magnesium is one of the most lacking minerals in the modern human diet, yet it’s also one of the most important for healthy and efficient muscle contraction, cardiovascular function, neurotransmission, digestion, and healthy fluid balance. With magnesium, the key is to supplement with a form that’s well-absorbed, which is why Dynamic Hydrate contains highly bioavailable TRAACS™ patented magnesium bisglycinate chelate.
Sodium (as Trisodium Citrate and Sodium Chloride)
Sodium is the primary positive ion (cation) present in the fluid outside of cells. It modulates the amount of water in the body, and the movement of sodium into and out of cells is essential for proper cell-to-cell signaling.
Potassium (Potassium Chloride and Potassium Aspartate)
Potassium is the primary positive ion (cation) present inside of cells. Along with sodium, potassium is essential for cell-to-cell signaling and is also an important substrate for skeletal muscle contraction.
Chromium (as Chromium Picolinate)
Chromium is an essential trace mineral that has been shown to promote proper carbohydrate metabolism, support healthy serotonin levels, and even regulate cortisol levels (which tend to increase during exercise). In so doing, chromium can help support energy production and mood during physical activity. Many dietary supplements rely on inferior forms of chromium which are not well-absorbed, such as chromium chloride. Dynamic Hydrate contains chromium picolinate as this form is highly bioavailable.
Hydrating Vitamin Complex
In addition to minerals and electrolytes, Dynamic Hydrate contains a comprehensive profile of bioavailable B vitamins, vitamin C, and vitamin E. These vitamins work complementary to minerals and electrolytes in Dynamic Hydrate to support healthy cellular function and maintain antioxidant status. Research suggests that antioxidant vitamins help mitigate exercise-induced oxidative stress, thereby promoting athletic performance and endurance.
Taurine and L-Carnosine
Taurine is a non-proteinogenic amino acid with research demonstrating that it supports athletic performance (especially at high intensity) and may attenuate exercise-induced oxidative stress. This amino acid is unique in that it’s not abundant in foods, meaning you must supplement with it to reach effective doses. Dynamic Hydrate also contains carnosine—a dipeptide that appears to play an integral role in muscle contraction and high-intensity exercise, with research suggesting it acts as a “buffer” and may reduce fatigue associated with lactic acid buildup. Carnosine also has been shown to have antioxidant properties throughout the body (antioxidants protect against oxidative stress by neutralizing free radicals).
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