Sqwincher 1-Gallon Pouches

4 products

    4 products
    Sqwincher Powder 1-Gallon Pouch Full Cases
    Sqwincher Powder 1-Gallon Pouch Full Case - Fruit Punch
    Sqwincher 1-Gallon Full Case
    Sqwincher
    $124.95
    Sqwincher Mix 1-Gallon Pouch Half Cases
    Sqwincher Mix 1-Gallon Pouch Half Case - Fruit Punch
    Sqwincher 1-Gallon Half Case
    Sqwincher
    $64.95
    Sqwincher Powder Mix 1-Gallon Pouch Quarter Cases
    Sqwincher Powder Mix 1-Gallon Pouch Quarter Case - Fruit Punch
    Sqwincher 1-Gallon Quarter Case
    Sqwincher
    $35.95
    Sqwincher 1-Gallon Single Pouches
    Sqwincher 1-Gallon Single Pouch - Fruit Punch
    Sqwincher 1-Gallon Single Pouch
    Sqwincher
    $2.05

    Our most popular size. In our opinion, these 1-gallon pouches are the most economical and convenient choice.

    Sqwincher powder mix was designed specifically for high heat stress environments, featuring 50% less sodium and 50% more potassium when compared to other sports drinks.

    Available in Fruit Punch, Grape, Lemon Lime and Orange. And if you’d like to try all four flavors, we offer variety packs to make things easy.

    We’re not Amazon, We’re not Walmart, We’re Powder Mix Direct!

    When it comes to e-commerce, it’s often difficult for independent retailers to compete with the Amazons and Walmarts of the world. However, we welcome the challenge.

    At Powder Mix Direct, we believe that our focus on a single product group will always set us apart. Heat stress is a serious concern, and we’re proud to provide our customers with the knowledge needed to make intelligent purchasing decisions.

    Dehydration Isn’t Just a Summer Problem

    Most people associate dehydration with the hot days of summer. And while it’s less of a problem in the winter, it’s still something to keep in mind. A healthy body can lose three or more liters of water a day through routine bodily functions such as breathing, urination and perspiration. The water vapor from breathing alone can fill a one-liter soda bottle.

    On most days, we’re able to keep our fluid levels in balance with a routine diet. However, even a slight change in environment can increase normal intake requirements. And if you’re not making a conscious effort to drink more, it’s likely you’ll end up in a dehydrated state.

    For instance, extra layers of clothing can lead to increased sweating. And as the air gets drier on cold days, our lungs work overtime to add humidity and warmth. This extra work can lead to added fluid loss. Finally, many workers are exposed to hot indoor work environments no matter what the season.

    It’s therefore best to monitor one’s hydration levels year-round. One of the easiest ways to do so is by paying attention to urine color. Pale urine indicates proper hydration. But if the color starts to darken, it’s a good idea to start drinking more.

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