Electrolyte Brew Overview
GU Electrolyte Brew combines the same revitalizing electrolyte and carbohydrate energy blend as regular GU Energy Gels, but in a convenient powder form. GU Electrolyte Brew mixes easily with water or juice, providing a refreshing boost of sodium and potassium salt electrolytes as well as both simple and complex carbs to help replenish glycogen levels and improve endurance. These electrolytes are typically lost when you sweat during workouts, so it’s important to find a high quality source of electrolyte replenishment like GU Electrolyte Brew. Better yet, GU Electrolyte Brew tastes unbelievably delicious. We’re confident that you’ll look forward to drinking your GU Electrolyte Brew during and after each workout. So if you’re looking for a high-performance endurance recovery complex, GU Electrolyte Brew is the perfect supplement to meet your needs.
Electrolyte Brew Description from Gu
What is brew?
GU brew is a light tasting sports drink that helps you effectively rehydrate during exercise. GU brew contains core performance ingredients key to endurance hydration: electrolytes, carbohydrates and great taste.
Why brew works
Easy Drinking: Naturally flavored with a light taste profile, this brew goes down easily...and deliciously.
Electrolytes: Years of athlete feedback have established GU brew's core ratio of sodium & potassium.
Carbohydrates: The active body largely uses carbohydrates for energy. GU brew's modest carbohydrate mix can enhance your primary energy source as desired.
|Serving Size: 19 grams|
Servings Per Container: 24
|Ingredient||Amount||% Daily Value**|
| ** Percent Daily Value is based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.|
† Daily Value not established.
Maltodextrin, Fructose, Sodium Citrate, Citric Acid, Natural Flavors, Potassium Citrate, White Tea Leaf Extract (Contains Caffeine).
Mix one scoop with 21 oz. (620ml) of water.
Pre-hydrate by drinking brew the night before and the day of activity.
Drink 20-30 oz. (590-890ml) per hour depending on exercise intensity and duration as well as environmental conditions.