The Unusual Development of E-Lyte Balanced Electrolyte

The formulation of E-Lyte Balanced Electrolyte began 25 years ago for the purpose of creating a drinking version of Ringer's Solution. In effect, a diluted solution of E-Lyte (normally 16:1) could be…

ElyteSport Preloading

Most of us are familiar with carbohydrate loading as an effort to pack as much food and energy before an athletic event. It can start one or two days before a race. It’s not known whether it’s good…

Sugar Free Electrolytes

The body has a high storage capacity for fats (lipids), but a rather meager ability to store glucose. The effort to build up a reservoir of sugar of any kind, ends up, in a healthy individual, as…

Pickle Juice

Think fast: What was the biggest news in sports nutrition last summer? Answer: Pickle juice! Professional football trainers for a few NFL teams had their players chugging pickle juice in an effort to…

ElyteSport FAQ

Frequently and commonly asked questions about ElyteSport and Elyte Concentrate.

Electrolytes and Sugar(s): Stuff You Need To Know

Although we are admonished not to mix electrolytes with sugars, we do it anyway. Most of the time it’s isn’t “we”, the consumer; it’s “we”, the marketer. The soda industry wouldn’t sell much product…

Diet Soda is Not A Free Ride

There is little doubt that obesity in America is on the upswing. Lots of people think that an artificially-sweetened beverage can offset the poor dietary decisions to which they have become…