Pickle Juice Sport provides electrolytes and helps eliminate muscle cramps.
There’s a reason that pregnant women crave pickle juice. Pickle juice is a good source of potassium and sodium, electrolytes that the body needs in a slightly increased amount during pregnancy. So, adding small amounts to the diet helps the body maintain proper electrolyte balance.
Electrolytes are also essential to healing the body after strenuous exercise. With this in mind, the Pickle Juice Company has created Pickle Juice Sport.
The formula was developed to address the neurological elements that directly lead to muscle cramping, as well as replenishing electrolytes to hydrate the body. Ingredients in Pickle Juice Sport are: dual-filtered water, vinegar, salt, natural dill flavor, potassium, zinc, vitamin C and vitamin E. With zero fat, sugars, calories and carbohydrates, athletes can consume Pickle Juice Sport without any guilt.
In a 2010 study conducted by Dr. Kevin Miller of North Dakota State University’s Department of Health, Nutrition and Exercise Sciences, showed that athletes who drank bottles from the Pickle Juice Company stopped complaining of cramping within 85 seconds (37 percent faster than water drinkers; 45-percent faster than when they didn’t drink anything at all). Miller suggests that pickle juice might cause a neurological reflect that aids in cueing misfiring muscles that cause cramps.
A 12-pack of Pickle Juice Sport is $24.99, so it might not be a bad idea to stock up on some before we all pack on some holiday-season pounds and need to head into the gym.
For more information, visit picklepower.com.