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4-Tubes Nuun Hydration Electrolyte Drink Tablets (40 Servings, Citrus/Berry) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 4-Tubes Nuun Sport Electrolyte Drink Tablets (40 Servings, Citrus/Berry Variety Pack) on sale for $10.87 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

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    • Nuun Sport is an Electrolyte-Rich Sports Drink Tablet, enhanced with electrolytes and bursting with a natural, low-calorie fruity flavor. Mix with water for a hydrating beverage to keep you powering through your next workout.
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Amazon has 4-Tubes Nuun Sport Electrolyte Drink Tablets (40 Servings, Citrus/Berry Variety Pack)on sale for $11.44.

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Right on with mixing your own. Salt substitute (such as nu-salt) is a great source of potassium, and magnesium powder is cheaply available also. This product has only 150mg of potassium per serving, while the RDA is about 3500-4500mg. Nu-salt contains 530mg per serving. The 3oz product has about 85 doses. A Two-pack costs $5 on Amz.
I know it was just a joke but you definitely need electrolytes if you have severe dehydration or you'll end up in the ER on an IV. Drinking plain water just made the symptoms worse and worse.

Pedialyte has sucralose, Walmart's generic Pedialyte has stevia, this one has stevia. There's only one brand I've seen that has monk's fruit extract (which I haven't had any gross aftertaste from so far) and it's really expensive.

At this point I've gone back to diluted Gatorade/Powerade, whatever's on sale. If you look up "make your own rehydration drink" most sites just say 'add sugar and salt' which is a terrible idea because you need dextrose, salt, carbonate, magnesium, and potassium. Why they feel the need to add stevia or sucralose when there's already dextrose in the formula is beyond me. I would rather have fully unsweetened and leave it to me whether I want awful synthetic sweeteners or awful 'natural' sweetners (stevia is disgusting idk why it's so popular).

There's a market out there for hydration packets/tablets that just have normal dextrose in them but aren't unhealthily oversweetened like the *ades.
I'm surprised to hear complaints about the taste. Not all flavors are equal but I like these better than gatorade. Everyone in my family enjoys them. In for 20.

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$11.44 all other sellers at $18+

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These are pretty good for hangovers but they taste like ass.
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I like the taste of propel and gatorade more, but this is a great price for Nuun
great for extended fasting
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Great price, great to take before bed after a night of drinking (if you can remember to take it)
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I know it was just a joke but you definitely need electrolytes if you have severe dehydration or you'll end up in the ER on an IV. Drinking plain water just made the symptoms worse and worse.

Pedialyte has sucralose, Walmart's generic Pedialyte has stevia, this one has stevia. There's only one brand I've seen that has monk's fruit extract (which I haven't had any gross aftertaste from so far) and it's really expensive.

At this point I've gone back to diluted Gatorade/Powerade, whatever's on sale. If you look up "make your own rehydration drink" most sites just say 'add sugar and salt' which is a terrible idea because you need dextrose, salt, carbonate, magnesium, and potassium. Why they feel the need to add stevia or sucralose when there's already dextrose in the formula is beyond me. I would rather have fully unsweetened and leave it to me whether I want awful synthetic sweeteners or awful 'natural' sweetners (stevia is disgusting idk why it's so popular).

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Awesomeness! I'm currently training for a marathon. These are a need for me! Thank you!
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11.83 with one time purchase
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Just bought these a week ago at this price because of high praise I have seen online. I'm normally a Liquid IV guy. Nuun tablets are definitely an acquired taste...Not for me. I truly disliked the taste. Great deal for someone though!
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I know it was just a joke but you definitely need electrolytes if you have severe dehydration or you'll end up in the ER on an IV. Drinking plain water just made the symptoms worse and worse.

Pedialyte has sucralose, Walmart's generic Pedialyte has stevia, this one has stevia. There's only one brand I've seen that has monk's fruit extract (which I haven't had any gross aftertaste from so far) and it's really expensive.

At this point I've gone back to diluted Gatorade/Powerade, whatever's on sale. If you look up "make your own rehydration drink" most sites just say 'add sugar and salt' which is a terrible idea because you need dextrose, salt, carbonate, magnesium, and potassium. Why they feel the need to add stevia or sucralose when there's already dextrose in the formula is beyond me. I would rather have fully unsweetened and leave it to me whether I want awful synthetic sweeteners or awful 'natural' sweetners (stevia is disgusting idk why it's so popular).

There's a market out there for hydration packets/tablets that just have normal dextrose in them but aren't unhealthily oversweetened like the *ades.
Right on with mixing your own. Salt substitute (such as nu-salt) is a great source of potassium, and magnesium powder is cheaply available also. This product has only 150mg of potassium per serving, while the RDA is about 3500-4500mg. Nu-salt contains 530mg per serving. The 3oz product has about 85 doses. A Two-pack costs $5 on Amz.
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I'm surprised to hear complaints about the taste. Not all flavors are equal but I like these better than gatorade. Everyone in my family enjoys them. In for 20.
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Just bought these a week ago at this price because of high praise I have seen online. I'm normally a Liquid IV guy. Nuun tablets are definitely an acquired taste...Not for me. I truly disliked the taste. Great deal for someone though!
Liquid IV is 11g of sugar per 16g packet. The packet recommends mixing with 16oz water but it's still way too sweet for me when I mix it with a full 25oz bottle. You're right though, Nuun is an acquired taste.
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