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GU: Electrolyte Brew

Complex And Simple Carbs!

GU Brew Can Help You Perform Better And Go Longer!*


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GU Electrolyte Brew Product Guide

GU Electrolyte Brew is water's new best friend. The fact is, when you work out you sweat more than just water. So when you drink you gotta have a special Brew with the right amounts of sodium, potassium and carbohydrates to bring your system back into balance. Used consistently, GU Brew will help you perform better and go longer.

What's in it?

  • Carbohydrate Blend - The mix of maltodextrin and fructose found in GU Electrolyte Brew serves a dual role: it supplies working muscles with easily available fuel, and it speeds up the rehydration process by stimulating the absorption of both electrolytes and fluid in the stomach. Research shows that the featured 2:1 ratio of complex to simple carbohydrates will improve endurance performance by increasing the rates of exogenous carbohydrate absorption.
  • Sodium and Potassium - Electrolytes facilitate the neuromuscular system's ability to work effectively so that your muscles keep doing what your brain tells them to do. Simply put, electrolytes help to avoid cramping. GU Electrolyte Brew packs 325mg of sodium and 50mg of potassium into one 21 oz. serving.
  • All-natural flavor and color - Studies show that taste, aroma, and color will most likely determine whether or not you keep drinking. Too much flavor or sweetness—often found in artificially flavored drinks—will cause you to stop hydrating after a while.

How's it different?

Unlike a lot of the sport drinks available GU Electrolyte Brew has a light, mildly sweet flavor that doesnt overwhelm the athlete during activity. Adding performance to taste, the optimized 2:1 complex to simple carbohydrate ratio allows athletes to keep going for hour after hour of activity.

How do I use it?

For optimal results, always drink 20-30 oz. of GU Electrolyte Brew per hour during training or racing. Proper usage will help to replenish fluid and carbohydrate replenishment during activity.

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2 Lbs. $25.00 $19.98
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2 Lbs. $25.00 $19.98
Flavor Taste Availability  
Blueberry Pomegranate
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Lemon Lime
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Orange
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Raspberry
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What's in GU Electrolyte Brew?
2 Lbs.Blueberry Pomegranate
Supplement Facts
Serving Size2Scoops(26g)
Servings Per ContainerApprox. 35
Amount Per Serving
Calories100
% Daily Value*
Total Fat0g0%
Sodium490mg20%
Potassium40mg1%
Total Carb.26g8%
Sugars8g
Protein0g0%
Not a significant source of Calories from fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, dietary fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and iron.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Made Of:
Maltodextrin, Fructose, Sodium Citrate, Citric Acid, Potassium Citrate, Natural Flavors, Natural Colors.
Gluten Free. Dairy Free.

Directions For Electrolyte Brew: Before: Start drinking GU Electrolyte Brew before starting your workout, to maximize hydration levels. We recommend 16-24 oz. of GU Electrolyte Brew consumed about an hour before exercise. During: During exercise, consume 20-30 oz. of GU Electrolyte Brew per hour. After: After finishing your workout continue hydrating with GU Electrolyte Brew, but supplement this with 16-32 oz. of GU Recovery Brew to help your body replenish what was lost during exercise.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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