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HYDRATION IMPROVES PERFORMANCE

Research proves it; even slight dehydration can dramatically impair performance.1 Staying well hydrated improves cardiovascular, respiratory, and thermoregulatory function, providing the easiest, most effective way to improve performance.2

ALL SPORTS HYDRATORS ARE NOT EQUAL

Optimal hydration requires the right balance of fluid, electrolytes, and carbohydrates.3 Electrolytes maintain fluid balance and carbs encourage rapid hydration.4 GoodSport® is the first to deliver a broad spectrum of essential electrolytes and two types of carbs in a naturally sourced sports drink.

HARNESS THE NATURAL POWER IN MILK

Yes milk. It’s naturally packed with electrolytes, B vitamins and the right balance of carbs shown to deliver superior hydration. Ultrafiltering captures that power in a clear, all-natural thirst quencher that’s the first of its kind and hydrates significantly better than traditional sports drinks and water.5

GOODSPORT® PUTS UP BIG NUMBERS

GoodSport® contains over 1600 mg of essential electrolytes per bottle, including 6 types: Potassium, Sodium, Calcium, Magnesium, Chloride and Phosphorus and 2 key carbohydrates: glucose and galactose. That’s 3x the total electrolytes of traditional sports drinks with 33% less sugar and calories.

SUPERIOR HYDRATION, TESTED AND PROVEN

Peer-reviewed published studies show that GoodSport® provides rapid and long-lasting hydration and improves exercise performance by leveraging the electrolytes and carbohydrates in milk.6

DON’T START FROM BEHIND. HYDRATE.

BEFORE
DURING
AFTER

Many athletes show up for training or competition already dehydrated, putting themselves at a performance disadvantage before they even begin.7 That’s why it’s important to drink before, during and after exercise. Drink GoodSport® an hour before your sport to establish proper hydration and continue drinking throughout your workout to maintain hydration. And remember to drink afterward for recovery and replenishment.

  1. Murray B. Hydration and physical performance. J Amer Coll Nutr. 2007;26(5):542S-548S.
  2. Baker LB, Jeukendrup AE. 2014. Optimal composition of fluid replacement beverages. Compr Physiol. 4(2):575-620.
  3. Evans GH, James LJ, Shirreffs SM, Maughan RJ. 2-17. Optimizing the restoration and maintenance of fluid balance after exercise-induced dehydration. J Appl Physiol. 122:945–951.
  4. Maughan RJ, Watson P, Cordery PA, Walsh NP, Oliver SJ, Dolci A, Rodriguez-Sanchez N. Galloway SDR. 2018. Sucrose and sodium but not caffeine content influence the retention of beverages in humans under euhydrated conditions. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab. 29:51-60.
  5. Berry CW, Wolf ST, Murray B, Kenney WK. 2000. Hydration efficacy of a milk permeate-based oral rehydration solution. Nutrients. 12(5):1-16.
  6. Berry CW, Wolf ST, Cottle R, Kenney WK. 2021. Hydration is more important than exogenous carbohydrate intake during push-to-the-finish cycle exercise in the heat. Frontiers Sport Active Liv. 3:1-14.
  7. Castro-Sepulveda M, Astudillo J, Letelier P, Zbinden-Foncea H. 2016. Prevalence of dehydration before training sessions, friendly and official matches in elite female soccer players. J Hum Kinetics 50:79-84.

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