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Science in Sport
GO Electrolyte Drink Mix

3 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Why We Like The Science In Sport GO Electrolyte Drink Mix

Whether it is before a long ride or halfway through during our rest, having an electrolyte drink mix we can take to replenish and rehydrate helps us perform at our best. The Science In Sport GO Electrolyte Drink Mix is one of our favorite sports drink mixes and has a good amount of electrolytes and carbohydrates to refuel our bodies. This drink mix comes in a 3.5-pound can and has only 146 calories per serving.


  • Replenishing drink mix to stay hydrated and energized
  • Loaded with carbohydrates and electrolytes for performance
  • 1.6kg can has 40 servings
  • Vegetarian, vegan, nut-free, lactose-free, and wheat-free to reduce allergens
  • Item #SIS1WU3
Servings Per Container
Claimed Weight
1lb 9.4oz
training, running, cycling

Overall Rating

3 based on 1 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

September 15, 2023

Decent Electrolyte

I've used it several times

I got the raspberry flavored powder. It's ok, but I've found that it's probably my 3rd or 4th choice out of about 6 different electrolytes I've got in my pantry. It's a little tart, which I like for some workouts, but not all. The biggest gripe is the aspartame. The pictures didn't show the ingredient list, so I wasn't aware of aspartame, but why add it? You've already got fructose to sweeten it, but now you've added crappy flavored aspartame--it makes it harder to drink IMO. If I could wave a magic wand, I would ask SIS to remove it.

Ben W