Hydration is important … even in the winter!

Disclaimer: I received Now Sports Effer-Hydrate and Now Sports Effer-Energy to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review, find, and write race reviews!

One of my goals this year is to drink more water and add supplements that I need for recovery after a run or bike ride. I admit I am horrible about drinking the right amount of water each day, and I am even worse in the “winter” here when it is not as hot as it is during all the other seasons in Florida.

Rest and recovery are important in any workout routines. Now Sports Effer-Hydrate tablets are made to help athletes and sports enthusiast of all levels rehydrate and recover & Now Sports Effer-Energy tablets are made to provide energy and support for recovery too.

I have tried all the flavors of the Now Sports Effer-Hydrate and have been having them in my water almost every day since I received them to review as a Bib Rave Ambassador. Each tube contains 10 tablets. The Now Sports Effer-Hydrate comes in three different flavors: Lemon Lime, Mixed Berry, and Orange Strawberry. The Now Sports Effer-Energy tablets come in the flavor tropical punch. So far the Mixed Berry is my favorite.

Mixed Berry

I dissolve one Now Sports Effer-Hydrate tablet into my water and it gives enough flavor to my water to make it taste really good. It is a small tablet with a lot of flavor. I put one tablet in about 20 ounces of water and it gives it enough flavor to make it a tasty drink. It is very refreshing in cold water and gives me the motivation to drink more and stay hydrated.

Tropical Punch

If you would like to try Now Sports Effer-Hydrate or Now Sports Effer-Energy I do have a code to share with you for some savings. Now through March 31, 2021 use code NOWSPORTS20 for 20% off your purchase of Now Sports products at nowsportsproducts.com.

FDA Disclaimer:  These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.

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