Sports Drink History

The first sports drink was water. Then after extensive research, the idea of a sports-specific drink was born in the 1965. This idea, combining water with carbohydrates and electrolytes, resulted in a drink that better hydrated the body and reduced muscle cramping. Almost a half century later, researchers know that the exercising human body needs more than just water, carbohydrates, and a few electrolytes to perform at its maximum level and recover faster. They now know that it is never too early to start infusing protein into your system to slow muscle breakdown and immediately initiate muscle repair and recovery.

By consuming a drink, during exercise, with the proper levels of carbohydrates, electrolytes, and protein you can exercise at your optimal level longer and repair the body faster while still staying hydrated. So why, with all these scientific advancements, do today's sports drinks remain unchanged from the primitive formula of water, some amount of table sugar, and a few electrolytes?

The Formula X brand, is leading the way offering the next generation of sports-specific, protein-based endurance drinks. These drinks have a smooth and refreshing taste, like flavored water. They contain a patent-pending blend of natural nutrients, including protein, allowing athletes to train at their highest levels for longer periods of time and recover faster without affecting your GI track.

Extreme Sports Drinks - Formula X All-Natural Protein Sports Drinks

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