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Read our FAQ for quick access to common questions.
Read our FAQ for quick access to common questions.
Determining how many packets to consume daily is quite dependent on the individual. First, it’s important to note that REJOY is meant to supplement your electrolyte intake – it should not be your sole source of electrolytes in a day. Although there is no one-size-fits-all approach, the clinical data demonstrates targeting 4-6g of sodium, 1-3g of potassium, and 250-500mg of magnesium throughout the day from various sources, ideally from predominantly whole foods. We hear that many folks find 1-2 packets per day to be optimal, often depending on their activity level. Others use more
REJOY is great to use in a variety of situations – we receive feedback across quite a broad spectrum in that regard.
So here’s the short answer: The most common usage is first thing in the morning, and about 30 mins prior to a workout, high-intensity activity, or when mental clarity is at a premium. A good thing to remember is when it comes to replacing lost electrolytes–preparing ahead of time is much better than chasing them afterward.
We certainly encourage folks to test out what works best for them, and to let us know–we are always eager for feedback!
Nope! We created REJOY to provide the best electrolyte drink mix ever. While our product is naturally low-carb and keto-friendly, REJOY is formulated so anyone can meet their electrolyte needs without adding unhealthy ingredients to their diet.
REJOY Zero contains:
– 5X Electrolytes – vs traditional sports drinks
– ZERO Sugar – Same delicious taste
– Sodium – For fluid absorption and retention
– Potassium + Magnesium – To support muscle and nerve function
– B Vitamins, Zinc + Vitamin C – For immune and health support
– Naturally Flavored. Non-GMO – For delicious taste
Electrolytes are essential minerals in your body—like sodium, potassium, and magnesium—that have an electrical charge. They maintain your body’s fluid balance, as well as the normal functioning of cells—especially your heart, muscle, and nerve cells.
When it comes to dehydration, not all electrolytes are created equal. Sodium is the key electrolyte necessary for rapid rehydration. It pulls water and other electrolytes into your bloodstream to replace what’s lost and keeps your bodily fluids properly balanced. Many hydration drinks contain lower amounts of sodium because it affects taste. REJOY’s formulas have a sodium level optimized to crush dehydration without compromising on flavor.
REJOY Zero has 0g of net carbs per serving and therefore contributes a small amount of carbohydrates to a ketogenic diet.
No, REJOY is caffeine-free.
Yes, REJOY is absolutely safe for everyday use.
REJOY is safe and can be used by almost everyone to relieve mild to moderate dehydration. It’s loved by firefighters, athletes, travelers, the elderly, military personnel, medical relief workers and everyday people like you. Talk to your doctor about appropriate REJOY use for children younger than 12 months old; if you have heart or kidney disease; or if you
have electrolyte or fluid restrictions. Anyone with specific health issues or considerations should consult a doctor before
Yes, REJOY can be used at any age. We recommend consulting a physician before using REJOY for
children less than one year of age.
Yes, all the components of REJOY are safe to drink when you are pregnant or nursing. In fact, many pregnant and nursing moms rely on REJOY to help with pregnancy related-dehydration. However, we recommend
consulting with your doctor.
We recommend storing REJOY in a dry, cool, convenient place in your home. If your REJOY clumps or crystalizes, don’t worry. This happens naturally and doesn’t mean your REJOY is bad. Just make sure to mix the powder
thoroughly into water with an extra stir.
You’ll find a “best by” date on REJOY sticks and cartons. We recommend you use the product by the suggested dates. After the “best by” date, the flavor may diminish.
Freezing REJOY doesn’t compromise its effectiveness at all. In fact, making a REJOY popsicle or slushy is popular for children who may be having a difficult time holding down liquids or for anyone trying to get through a hot day.
Dehydration is the loss of fluids and electrolytes essential for normal body function. It occurs when your body loses more fluids than it takes in and often happens when we sweat, consume diuretics like alcohol, or experience nausea.
Studies show approximately 75% of Americans regularly experience mild to moderate dehydration. Some signs to look out for include dizziness, headaches, muscle cramps, fatigue, aches & pains, dry skin, brain fog, extreme thirst, dry mouth and decreased urine output. In children, you might notice sunken eyes. And in infants, look for a sunken fontanel (the soft spot on the top of a baby’s head) and an absence of tears.
REJOY is more effective at defeating dehydration than drinking water and here’s why: water doesn’t have electrolytes. That means it can replenish lost fluids but won’t provide the sodium electrolytes your body needs to rehydrate from dehydration.