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Cadence™ Electrolyte Drink

24 Pack

£48.00
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100% Vegan & Caffeine Free

0g Sugar 0 Calories

Backed By Science

Introducing the Cadence™ Electrolyte Drink, a carbonated hydration beverage with a meticulously crafted blend of three research-supported active ingredients designed to elevate your cognitive and physical performance.

Description

The Cadence Electrolyte Drink delivers a convenient, science-backed ratio of three key electrolytes, namely Sodium, Potassium and Magnesium: 

  • 500mg Salt (Sodium Chloride): Helps maintain fluid balance and electrolyte balance in the body by retaining water, thus aiding in hydration through osmosis.
  • 190mg Potassium Chloride: Contributes to maintenance of normal cellular fluid balance, nerve impulses & muscle contractions.
  • 295mg Magnesium Lactate:  Facilitates the necessary electrolyte balance for proper cellular water distribution.

With 0g of carbohydrates, 0g of sugar, and no caffeine, Cadence provides a hydrating solution to be used at any point in the day.

Our electrolyte drink is also vegan, keto and paleo friendly. Due to electrolytes accounting for 0 calories, it is also suitable for those on a fasting diet.

For more information on our electrolytes, explore our Cadence™ Electrolytes Explained Article.


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Ingredients

Per 250ml Can:

  • Carbonated Spring Water
  • Salt (Sodium Chloride): 500mg
  • Magnesium Lactate: 295mg
  • Potassium Chloride: 190mg
  • Lemon Sicily Wash Flavouring
  • Lime Persian Type Extract
  • Citric Acid
  • Natural Plant-Based Sweetener (Stevia)
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FAQs

What electrolytes does Cadence contain?

Cadence™ Electrolyte Drink contains three key electrolytes: Sodium (as salt/sodium chloride), Potassium (as potassium chloride), and Magnesium (as magnesium lactate), formulated to support hydration and electrolyte balance in the body.

Why is hydration with Cadence better than drinking plain water?

Hydration with the Cadence™ Electrolyte Drink is more effective because it not only provides the water your body needs but also the essential electrolytes in a science-backed ratio to help maintain normal cellular water distribution, muscle contractions, and nerve signalling, unlike plain water that only addresses fluid intake without replenishing lost electrolytes. Be sure to explore our article on how electrolytes hydrate better than plain water for more information.

How many servings of Cadence can I drink per day?

Cadence™ electrolyte consumption is highly dependent on the individual. It is important to note that Cadence™ is meant to supplement your electrolyte intake;  it should not be your sole source of electrolytes. We recommend that you acquire most of your electrolytes from whole food sources, however you can supplement with 2 -3 cans per day, depending on your activity level. For any specific guidance on daily salt intake, you should consult your doctor.

Additionally, if you are pregnant or nursing, taking any prescription medications or have any pre-existing medical conditions, please consult a medical professional before consumption and use only as directed.

How should I use the Cadence Electrolyte Drink?

Cadence™ can be used any time of the day. We are generally more dehydrated upon waking, so you may find some benefit to drinking Cadence™ in the morning. We also suggest that you use Cadence™ before/after high intensity training to compensate for lost water and electrolytes through sweat. Take a look at our article on when to take electrolytes to find out more

Is Cadence suitable for those on a vegan diet?

Cadence™ Electrolyte Hydration is a vegan electrolyte drink, making it suitable for those on a plant-based diet. If you want to know more, check out our blog article which breaks down how our electrolyte drink is vegan.

Is Cadence suitable for those on a keto diet?

The Cadence™ Electrolyte Drink contains 0g of carbohydrates, making it suitable for those on a ketogenic diet.

How should the Cadence™ Electrolyte Drink be stored and served?

We recommend that you store and serve the Cadence™ Electrolyte Drink chilled. This however, is not essential.

Cadence™ Electrolyte Drink

£48.00

0g Sugar & 0 Calories

100% Vegan & Caffeine Free

Physical Performance

Hydration with electrolytes, particularly sodium and potassium has been found to aid performance during prolonged exercise. Studies suggest that staying hydrated is key for performance in strength, power, and high-intensity endurance based exercise, as well as managing thermoregulation mechanisms.

Cognitive Function

Adequate hydration with magnesium is linked to maintenance of normal brain function. Studies show that increased brain magnesium may improve brain activity, influencing nerve signal transmission and preserving blood-brain barrier integrity, which can affect cognitive functions such as memory and attention.

Muscular Recovery

Electrolytes, especially magnesium, may play a significant role in post-exercise recovery. Studies have shown that magnesium supplementation may significantly reduce muscle soreness, session rating of perceived exertion, acute rating of perceived exertion, and improve perceived recovery.

Reduced Cramping

Electrolytes such as sodium, potassium, and magnesium are essential for muscle function and can help prevent cramping during and after exercise. Muscle cramps are often associated with electrolyte imbalances, particularly in hot conditions. Studies show that consuming beverages with electrolytes can delay the onset of muscle cramps compared to plain water.

Cadence™ Electrolytes Explained

Hydration is not just about drinking enough water; it's a complex process that also relies on the absorption and balance of electrolytes. Electrolytes are minerals in your body that have an electric charge. They are necessary for numerous functions within the body, including fluid balance, muscle contractions, and nerve signalling.