MegaHydrate is a dietary supplement to be taken with water. Contains 60 count / 300 mg per veggie capsule
2 capsules per day recommended.
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Other Ingredients: Vegetable capsule (vegetable cellulose and water) and dextrates.
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement begin with with 2 capsules daily and gradually increase to 4 capsules daily or as otherwise directed by your doctor / healthcare professional.
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MegaHydrate - A hydration supplement
MegaHydrate can easily be considered one of the best fitness and health supplements available due to its high antioxidant potential. Rehydration at the cellular level is key to regeneration. Hydration of your body gets easier when the water you drink is loaded with concentrated hydrogen ion's that maintain a negative charge thereby increasing absorption of the given fluid.
ORP and surface tension
Water has a surface tension! That's why when you watch diving at a pool, there'll be a hose releasing a stream of water close to where the divers enter the water. The reason for this stream of water is to break the waters surface tension. Otherwise it would be like the divers diving onto a slab of concrete.
Same thing with the water you drink and the surface tension of water held at the cellular level within your body. Change the surface tension and it's easier to enter the water and absorb!