Sqwincher Zero

13 products

    13 products

    Sugar-Free Electrolytes in 10+ Flavors

    Sqwincher Zero is an extremely popular sugar-free sports drink. Made with Sqwincher's unique electrolyte blend, it contains 50% less sodium and 50% more potassium compared to its competitor. It also contains 100% of the daily value of Vitamin C!

    Best of all, Sqwincher Zero is available as both a powder mix and liquid concentrate, in both multi-gallon and single-serve packages.

    Looking for a frozen treat? Then be sure to check out Sqwincher Zero Sqweeze - a 20 calorie freezer pop that's sure to please.

    Variety is the spice of life, and Sqwincher Zero is available in 10+ flavors. And for those who can't decide on a single flavor, Powder Mix Direct offers exclusive variety packs that you won't find anywhere else.

    What is Ketosis?

    With the ketogenic diet growing in popularity, we're often asked if Sqwincher Zero is keto friendly. The short answer is yes. Since all Sqwincher Zero products contain zero sugars and minimal calories, they're a good source of electrolytes for those on a keto diet.

    If you're unfamiliar with the keto craze, here's a quick rundown. Ketosis is a metabolic process where fat is broken down to provide glucose for energy. Acids called ketones are a by-product of this process and the basis for its name.

    Typically, the cells in your body use glucose for fuel. This glucose is usually derived from the carbohydrates that you eat and is stored in the liver and muscles as glycogen. However, when glycogen gets depleted, the body will turn to its fat stores as a secondary source of energy. In an attempt to stimulate this fat burning process, many people are adopting a ketogenic or low carb diet.

    By restricting carb intake to as little as 5% of daily calories, the body is forced into burning fat for energy. Although the diet has its controversy, many have found it to be an effective weight loss strategy. As with any change in diet, however, those considering keto should first discuss both the benefits and potential side effects with their physician.

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