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Restore Electrolytes ( Unflavoured, Mixed Berry, Lemon & Lime )

All Natural Daily Electrolytes

Are the sachets recyclable?

Unfortunately, we are so sorry the sachets are not recyclable. We looked at multiple options and did lots of tests however the seals were not up to the high standard and quality we look for when producing a product. We can confirm that they are BPA-f

What type of potassium is used?

The type of potassium used in the electrolyte drink is Potassium Chloride - which is a highly bioavailable form (Caplain, 1991). This is via extracting raw materials in conventional mining underground and above ground as well as through brining (brin

Why have you chosen 200mg of potassium?

Each Restore stick pack contains 200 mg of potassium, one-fifth the amount of its sodium content, at 1000mg. This creates a sodium-to-potassium ratio of 5:1. Here’s why this ratio is carefully chosen:. Our body's neurons operate a vital sodium-potass

What is Potash salt?

Potash salt, also known as potassium chloride, is a natural mineral salt derived from mining underground or above ground sources. It's a key ingredient in our electrolyte formula, providing essential potassium to support hydration and muscle function

Are electrolytes bad for blood pressure?

Traditional low-sodium guidelines are, by definition, not individualised and essentially offer simple advice to the majority of people getting most of their calories from UPF (56%, Rauber 2019) and who are potassium deficient (90%, Rauber 2018). Our

What type of salt is used?

We use Pink Himalayan Salt in our electrolyte drink, chosen for its purity and vast trace mineral content. Harvested from ancient salt deposits deep in the Himalayan mountains, we also use this type of salt within our condiment range at H&G. Rich in

What type of magnesium is used?

The magnesium used in our electrolytes is derived from Marine Magnesium in the form of Magnesium Citrate. This magnesium is extracted from seawater and comes with other trace minerals, offering a high-quality and effective source of magnesium.

Will it break ketosis?

We curated our recipe to complement a ketogenic lifestyle, ensuring it won't disrupt ketosis. With zero sugars, no added sweeteners, and a low carb content, it aligns perfectly with the keto diet's strict carbohydrate limitations. The recipe’s blend

What is the best flavour?

Choosing the best flavour from our range comes down to your personal taste, as all our flavours are crafted to please a variety of palates. From the subtle zest of Lime & Lemon to the refreshing subtleness of Mixed Berry, each flavour offers its own

Can you get a headache from low electrolytes?

You sure can  - maintaining balanced electrolyte levels is crucial for preventing headaches, a common symptom of electrolyte imbalance. Electrolytes like sodium, potassium, and magnesium play key roles in hydration and nerve function. When these leve

What are the effects of not having enough electrolytes in my diet?

Not having enough electrolytes can lead to dehydration, muscle weakness, cramps, and an imbalance in bodily fluids. It's crucial for nerve and muscle function and maintaining proper hydration levels.

Am I missing electrolytes in my diet?

If you experience symptoms like fatigue, dizziness, muscle cramps, brain fog, or irregular heartbeat, you might be low on electrolytes.

Do the electrolytes make you bloated?

Normally, electrolytes help regulate fluid balance. However, an imbalance, especially excess sodium, can lead to water retention and bloating. It's important to consume them in moderation.

When should we drink the electrolytes?

At dawn, our bodies naturally prepare to awaken as hormones like cortisol and growth hormone stimulate glucose production in the liver, providing the energy needed to start the day. Adding sodium to this process triggers a hydration efficiency mechan

How many times a day can I have the electrolytes?

Research shows that individuals who do not follow an ultra-processed diet, typically have 2-3g more sodium (not salt!) than those on a wholefood diet. This may mean you could be deficient. Enjoying our electrolytes in cold water can be a daily ritual

Why have you chosen to include Glycine* in the recipe?

According to this study, by adding amino acids to an electrolyte solution, it became even more effective at rehydrating than using glucose (which speeds up rehydration via increased absorption through the gut). It was superior in a number of ways to

What is glycine* and why do you use it as an ingredient?

Glycine is an amino acid (which is present naturally in collagen). It can help support the stimulation of serotonin, supports the removal of toxins from the body and supports nerve signal transmission. Some also link glycine to help support sleep. Gl

What is in the natural flavourings?

Here at Hunter & Gather we never use artificial colours or flavouring. All of our flavourings are natural and made in the UK. The flavours in our Electrolytes are uniquely made without the conventional maltodextrin base used in spray drying, ensuring

Has the Pink Himalayan Salt been tested for heavy metals?

Yes, our salt undergoes rigorous testing for heavy metals. The total parts per million (ppm) is consistently under 10.00, with Lead below 0.50 ppm, Arsenic below 0.20 ppm, Cadmium below 0.50 ppm, and Mercury below 0.1 ppm.

Would taking electrolytes cause any negative symptoms? Who should NOT take

Medical Conditions: Individuals with kidney disease, heart conditions, high blood pressure, or electrolyte imbalances should consult their healthcare provider before taking electrolyte supplements. These conditions may require specific dietary restri

Does magnesium citrate help with sleep?

Yes, magnesium citrate is often associated with promoting better sleep. Here's how it works:. Muscle Relaxation: Magnesium plays a crucial role in muscle function and relaxation. Research has shown that magnesium deficiency can lead to muscle cramps

Can you add electrolytes to other drinks apart from water?

We suggest enjoying Restore mixed into purified water as part of your morning ritual. Additionally, you may explore incorporating Restore into smoothies, juices, bone broth, and H&G Rise & Glow.

Do the electrolytes contain any of the top allergens?

Our Restore is free from all of the top 14 allergens.

Is it suitable for Children?

Yes, Restore is safe for children, but the dosage should be adjusted according to their body weight. Here are some practical guidelines:. For children under 4 years old: Mix one sachet with 1 litre of water and divide it into four 250ml portions. Giv

Is it safe to use when pregnant or nursing?

Maintaining hydration during pregnancy is vital due to the heightened need for fluids and nutrients in expectant mothers, along with the potential challenges of morning sickness. Restore is considered safe for typical, healthy pregnancies, especially

Is it Halal?

Yes, Restore doesn’t contain any animal products, so it is Halal-safe.

Will it help my immune system?

While Restore primarily focuses on hydration and electrolyte balance, maintaining proper hydration levels can indirectly support your immune system. Adequate hydration is essential for overall health, as it helps transport nutrients to cells, flush o

Can I pre-mix the electrolytes and save them for later?

Certainly! When pre-mixing electrolytes, it's essential to consume the solution within 24 hours to maintain freshness and potency.

Can I freeze the electrolytes once mixed with water?

Freezing electrolytes mixed with water can provide a refreshing treat, especially on hot days. However, it's important to note that freezing may affect the taste and texture of the electrolyte solution. If you decide to freeze them, try experimenting