The Science
Behind SOS Rehydrate

MEDICALLY FORMULATED

Using the best in medical and sports science, SOS was engineered by a leading doctor, two former elite athletes, and a retired military medical officer with the purpose of combating dehydration to improve overall human performance.

UNDERSTANDING THE

Impact of Dehydration

Get Hydrated

THE SOLUTION:

HYDRATING FOR PERFORMANCE

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The right mix your body needs.

Sodium

This is the main electrolyte of the body because it keeps a balance with water. Sodium enables muscle contraction and nerve impulse transmission, prevents “water intoxication” and hyponatremia (low sodium in the blood), and helps with blood pressure control. Sodium is the main electrolyte lost through sweat.

Potassium

Is the main electrolyte that lives inside of the cells. It is involved in the correct functioning of the kidneys and heart, digestive system as well as muscle and nerve conduction. With 20 mEq/L we can avoid the development of hypokalemia (low potassium), and prevent heart arrhythmias and muscle cramping.

Magnesium

Even though it is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body, magnesium is underestimated; up to 70% of the population is magnesium deficient. This element is needed for more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body such as, immune system support, muscle and nerve function, heart rhythm regulation, energy creation, and protein synthesis.

Citrate

This electrolyte works as a buffer by controlling acidity in the body. It helps to prevent cramping and fatigue due to lactic acid production. Once absorbed, citrate converts into three molecules of bicarbonate, which is the body’s natural acidity regulator.

Chloride

Is the second electrolyte lost through sweat. This chemical is needed by the body for many metabolic processes. It also helps in the acid-base balance and nerve impulse transmission.

Sugars

The main fuel of the body is glucose. Glucose, in the correct amount, is good for you. SOS contains the ideal amount and the right kind of sugars (sucrose and dextrose) to help enhance the water absorption process and provide a constant and healthy energy source.

Zinc

This essential trace element has many functions in the body. In addition to aiding fluid absorption, Zinc has also been proven to bolster immune function, regulate neuron communication in the brain, benefit muscle repair and growth, regulate hormones, and promote healthy heart function. Zinc is required for over 300 biochemical reactions in the body and prevents numerous health complications associated with Zinc deficiency, including chronic fatigue, nerve dysfunction, and hair loss.

Malic Acid

This compound plays a key role in increasing energy production, reducing muscle fatigue during exercise, and improving mental clarity. Though enhancing mitochondrial uptake and respiration, malic acid encourages oxygen consumption and thus energy production. Malic acid even enhances the body’s ability to produce ATP (energy) in low oxygen conditions.

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