SOS was engineered by a leading doctor, two former elite athletes, and a retired military medical officer.
Non-GMO premium ingredients - no fillers, artificial ingredients or preservatives.
5 great tasting flavours - A unique feature among electrolyte replacement products.
Keto certified by Paleo Foundation.
Organic Cane Sugar, Mineral Salts (Sodium Chloride, Sodium Citrate, Potassium Chloride), Organic Dextrose, Natural Flavours and Colours, Acidity Regulator (Malic Acid), Sweetener (Steviol Glycosides).
Natural Mango Flavours, Natural Lemon Lime Flavours, Natural Coconut Flavours, Natural Berry Flavours, Natural Watermelon Flavours
Get more from water
SOS is an hypotonic drink, which means it has a lower osmolarity than blood. Osmolarity is the balance between sodium and water in the body, and our solution may help you to absorb more water.
A 2% loss in body weight due to dehydration can reduce athletic performance by up to 20%.
When to use:
Drink about 500mL of water with 1 or 2 sachets of SOS.
If you’re working hard then replacing electrolytes is important. Electrolytes are what make sweat salty; if you lose too many your neural system won’t function properly. This can lead to problems with your heart, blood pressure and breathing.
Daily Use & At Work
Adding SOS to your water throughout the day.
Dehydration is the number one cause of daytime fatigue. While asleep we can lose over 1kg (2.2lbs) of water-weight through respiration and sweating.
Drink a minimum of 250mL/8 ounces of water with 1 sachet of SOS for every hour that you’re in the air.
The humidity on a commercial airliner is between 10-20 percent. Breathing in dry air makes the throat less effective at expelling viruses and bacteria which can make you more susceptible to infection. It can also to be beneficial to ‘pre-hydrate’ in the days leading up to a big flight to ensure that your body is prepared for the stress of flying.
1 sachet in a glass of water before bed and in the morning.
Ever wondered why the headache and dry-mouth from being dehydrated feels a bit like being hungover? Alcohol is diuretic, which makes dehydration one of the contributors to a hangover.