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ZERO is the new electrolyte drink from High5; it's virtually calorie free (1.4 cal per 100ml) and has a light refreshing taste.
Top Features of the High5 Zero Electrolyte Drink - 20 Tabs
- 1 tube (20 tablets) makes 15 litres
- 1 tablet makes a 750ml serving
- Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
- Nutritional Details
- Product Flavours: All
- Natural Flavours: Yes
- Artificial Colours: No
- Preservatives: No
- Artificial Sweeteners: Succrolose + Sorbitol
- Suitable for Lacto Vegitarians: Yes
- Suitable for Strict Vegitarians: Yes
- Suitable for Dietary: Yes
- Suitable for Ethical Vegans: Unknown
- EU Allergens: N/A
Zero is easy to use, drop a tablet in your bottle and it quickly dissolves in water to give you a delicious, refreshing, advanced electrolyte drink with added magnesium. The small recyclable tube contains 20 tablets and makes 15 litres of drink in your own reusable sports bottle, which means optimal hydration with less waste so it's good for the environment too.
Zero can be an essential part of your anti cramp strategy as cramp has been linked to both dehydration and electrolyte imbalance.
Researchers have found that simply drinking Zero instead of a normal carbohydrate sport drink 22 participants burned on average 41% more fat during exercise. Independently tested; Faculty of Biomedical and Life Sciences, University of Glasgow.
Zero is perfect for runners, cyclists, hikers, the gym, pro athletes, footballers, racket sports or anyone who wants to stay active and hydrated.
About Energy & Recovery Drink
Energy drinks are a beverage designed to help athletes rehydrate, as well as replenish electrolytes, carbohydrates, and other nutrients, which can be depleted during and after training or competition.
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About the High5 brand
Nutrition products from High5, are scientifically formulated to work and taste great. Whether you're looking to boost your muscle size and strength, break through a performance plateau, ramp up your energy levels, increase fat loss, improve your athletic performance or fuel post-workout recovery, you can count on High5 to deliver new and innovative products you can trust. As a hard training athlete, you need products that will provide you with the fuel you need to complete intense bouts of training and competition and to give you recovery properties that will enable you to adapt and be ready for your next training session or competition. High5's range of Sports Nutrition can fuel you to better performance's and recover faster by helping you maintain proper hydration and electrolyte levels, fuel your body's response to exercise and create the conditions where you will adapt and develop muscular strength and endurance. High5 design, develop and manufacture their own product range to ensure they are of the highest quality.
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Regular has not. Only difference!
Each tablet makes 750ml.
One tablet makes 500ml of liquid.
I add 1 tablet to 500mls H20 so:
• ZERO BERRY: BERRY FLAVOUR ELECTROLYTE DRINK TABLET. Ingredients: Citric Acid, Sodium Bicarbonate, Sweeteners (Sorbitol, Sucralose), Malic Acid, Tri Sodium Citrate, Potassium Citrate, Magnesium Carbonate, Flavouring, Colour (Beet Juice), Maltodextrin, Calcium Carbonate, Polyethylene Glycol, Vitamin C, Green Tea Extract. Nutritional Information Per 100mls of solution / Energy [0.2Kj/ 0.06Kcal], Protein 0g, Carbohydrate [0.016g], Fat 0, Fibre 0g, Sodium [0.05g], Magnesium [6mg].
Not a drink to used if taking part in ultra distance events.
carb - 0.4g
fat - 0g
fiber - 0g
sodium - 0.05g
magnesium - 12mg
You would be better off buying electrolyte powder!
2,6 g carbohydrate
Energy 11Kcal, protein and fat- trace,
carbs 2.6g, Sodium 0.25g, Magnesium 40mg, it also contains Calcium carbonate and Potassium Citrate but does not quantify. also unmentioned is green tea extract (potentially a mild fat burner)
Nutritional Information Per 100g / [Per 4g Tablet]: Energy 34Kj/8Kcal [1Kj/ 0.3Kcal], Protein 0g, Carbohydrate 2g [0.08g], Fat 0, Fibre 0g, Sodium 6.5g [0.25g], Magnesium 800mg [32mg]
This is for the Citrus flavour.
Energy - 500kj / 12Kcal
Protein - 0g
Carbohydrate - 3g
Fat - 0g
Fiber - 0g
Sodium - 0.25g
Magnesium - 60mg / 20% RDA
hope this helps
sorbitol, saccharine and acesulfame K
As a personal note I would add that I strongly dislike the taste of most sweeteners, and I find these tablets ok, probably because, Sorbitol and Acesulfame K are two of the least offensive tasting sweeteners and these tablets also include citric acid and malic acid which offset the sweetness nicely and make it quite 'fresh' tasting
Ingredients: Citric Acid, Sodium Bicarbonate, Sweeteners (Sorbitol, Sucralose), Malic Acid, Tri Sodium Citrate, Potassium Citrate, Magnesium Carbonate, Flavouring, Colour (Riboflavin), Maltodextrin, Calcium Carbonate, Polyethylene Glycol, Vitamin C, Green Tea Extract.
Ive only ever had 4 in one day and that was during an IM along with other products.
However, it's unlikely you'd need to unless you're on an all day training session or event. Once your electrolyte levels are restored then water will hydrate you perfectly well. For instance, after a half-marathon yesterday I had 750ml of solution, with 2 Zero tabs dissolved in it, then after that just plain water.
But may not be the same for everyone.
effervescent tablets have a high salt content (that's what makes them fizz) so you would also need to take this into account if you have to have a low sodium diet or suffer with high blood pressure.
Basically, use these while riding/running and then one bottle after exercise.
Is it possible that the caffeine caused a spike too quick and left me wanting mid-ride? Should extreme only be used for short sprints / end of sportive pick me up?
Also, are there better drinks during sportives to take which provide same electrolyte replacements but with increased energy delivery?
I've not had a problem with caffeine in energy products, it is a relatively mild dose of caffeine after all, but it might be worth looking for some peer review studies of caffeine supplements in sport.
Wrap a couple in tin foil then you can buy or request water from sources en route and make up more as you go. Happy days!
I've used outside taps at pubs down on the Surrey Hills, bought water in garages and asked families for water outside their houses. Sometimes a man gets thirsty.
Isotonics are useful before to charge ions, and during for replace those wasted.
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