Fluid Performance Nutrition

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Fluid Performance is an energizing blend of electrolytes and carbohydrates for sustained energy and optimal hydration during exercise. When used consistently during training & competition, its unique formula helps the body sustain energy levels, avoid cramping, buffer lactic acid, & maintain hydration. It contains a dual source carbohydrate system, bioavailable electrolytes, and Vitamin C, creating an all natural & easy to digest sports drink.

Fluid Sports Nutrition Performance Review

The Performance drink mixes are designed using all-natural ingredients to supply efficient energy, buffer lactic acid, and alleviate cramping during exercise. What Fluid concentrates on is providing a sports drink that has less sugar and more electrolytes than most other drink mixes. With less sugar and additives, Fluid Performance is easier on the stomach and easier for your body to absorb. Continue reading →


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