Hydration News

Hot Summer? Drink Hydrus!
Jul 23rd, 2018

“I was a runner since 11-years-old and ran competitively till about 20-years-old, a couple years in college. I started CrossFit and fell in love. Hydrus has helped me so much because I am somehow blessed with the ability to be drenched in sweat by tying my shoes too fast. So you can imagine a concrete gym with no air conditioning in El Paso, Texas (I think yesterday was 103 degrees). My legs cramp constantly, and one day I heard a little bit about you all on a CrossFit podcast and looked more ...
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The World Health Organization reports that about 422 million people worldwide have diabetes; and this number will likely double in the next 20 years. Type 2 Diabetes accounts for roughly 90% of the cases, and is increasing in children worldwide. Nearly half of all deaths caused by diabetes result from having high blood glucose before the age of 70. Now for some good news – Hydrus™ has absolutely no sugar. The great taste of Hydrus™ comes from a natural extract of the Stevia plant, not sug...
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Introducing Hydrus Racing
Jul 26th, 2018

The Off-Road Championship came to Route 66 Speedway for Chicagoland Slam. This was the second doubleheader race on the 2016 national championship calendar – and it was also the debut of Hydrus Racing. TORC truck racing brings out the best drivers on dirt for huge jumps, close competition, and fender bashing, non-stop action. The Hydrus™ super buggy was piloted by veteran driver Steve Krieman. Inside the cab, under the hot Midwest sun, with a powerful engine raging just feet away, any drive...
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Sugar in the morning, sugar in the evening…sugar even in your sports drink. Many beverages which are advertised as essential for high-performance in exercise and athletics, contain high levels of sugar. Nearly all sports drinks contain sugar and salt because the glucose-sodium co-transport mechanism assists sodium absorption into the bloodstream.  As the demand for carbonated soft drinks continues to shrink at the rate of about 2% per year – a result of warnings from the health-care profess...
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