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$15.11 after 5 s/s items

Has anyone tried this? How is the taste and is it more effective for hydration/post workout drink?

Also, 30ct is $32.99 everyday at costco ($1.10 per tube)
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They actually taste pretty good. I normally add one into my large insulated cup for when I know I'm gonna be out for extended period of time.
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Those things have way too many carbs!
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$15.11 after 5 s/s items

Has anyone tried this? How is the taste and is it more effective for hydration/post workout drink?

Also, 30ct is $32.99 everyday at costco ($1.10 per tube)
Its amazing been using it for 2 years now 100% recommend you trying it
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$15.11 after 5 s/s items

Has anyone tried this? How is the taste and is it more effective for hydration/post workout drink?

Also, 30ct is $32.99 everyday at costco ($1.10 per tube)
I've had this... it tastes good because it's full of sugar.
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Those things have way too many carbs!
Lmao one of the funniest comments I read today
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These will definitely get you rehydrated. Kinda pricey, but nice form factor if you are on the go. They are some sort of tropical fruit flavor which tastes pretty good. The packets are mostly sugar and salt though if anyone is concerned with those. As someone else said, they are cheap at costco and regularly go on sale for about $28 for a 30 ct. This isnt a bad deal though for anyone who doesnt have a costco membership.
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This is similar price as costco so relatively good deal if not a member.

However, I think this product is gimmicky bs. The back label touts this ingenious "breakthrough" cutting edge "CTT", cellular transport technology and shows a few chemical structures. But in reality this miraculous CTT is just salt, sugar, and water. There's nothing special about this product that differentiates it from the countless other sugary products available (ie. powerade, gatorade, pedialyte, bodyarmor, vitamin water, crystal light), most of which also have portable powder forms available at this point to my knowledge. All of those also have this bs "CTT" technology that this product has coined. I find the name of this product "liquid IV" particularly frustrating because it gives the illusion that it is medically supported as being better at hydration than other products. Save your money and buy one of those cheaper alternatives.
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It's salty but definitely helps cure hangovers. I took them on my last cruise and had them almost every morning. It really helps.
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It's salty but definitely helps cure hangovers. I took them on my last cruise and had them almost every morning. It really helps.
Why not consume between drinks, and prevent the hangover? Thanks for the tip though; I'll bring a baggie of Gatorade powder on my December cruise. This IV stuff uses inactive B6 (pyridoxine hcl), which is neurotoxic and counterproductive, instead of active B6 (P5P).
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Why not consume between drinks, and prevent the hangover? Thanks for the tip though; I'll bring a baggie of Gatorade powder on my December cruise
Because I'm young and stupid 😅
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Why not consume between drinks, and prevent the hangover? Thanks for the tip though; I'll bring a baggie of Gatorade powder on my December cruise. This IV stuff uses inactive B6 (pyridoxine hcl), which is neurotoxic and counterproductive, instead of active B6 (P5P).
If you compare ingredients these are pretty much the same as gatorade but more concentrated. They definitely work better to consume between drinks to prevent hangover but if you forget they work well in the morning too. The only advantage to these over gatorade powder is the convenient packet to take with you instead of being that weird guy with a ziploc full of gatorade powder in your pocket.
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Biolyte is the absolute best
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