Glaxon Astrolyte Limited-Edition Grape Flavor Released

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Glaxon is back, and this time it’s not a mind-bending formula like the recent Protos Whey and Anomaly formulas, but instead is a new limited-edition Grape flavor in their incredible Astrolyte supplement:

Glaxon Astrolyte Limited-Edition Grape Flavor Released!

Glaxon Astrolyte Grape

Not only is this hydrating electrolyte supplement used in numerous Glaxon Formulas (such as Specimen, Specimen G.F.Y, Plasm Surge, and Tranquility – it’s also its own supplement!

The main details are covered in our article titled Glaxon Astrolyte: Hydrating Electrolytes That Do More, but if you’re interested in this new flavor, jump on it quick — it’s a limited-edition run and is gone once it’s sold out!

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Glaxon Astrolyte Ingredients

Glaxon Astrolyte Ingredients

Don’t just take electrolytes, boost them with fructooligosaccharides (FOS) and AstraGin!

Astrolyte provides us with:

  • Sodium – 360 milligrams (16% DV)
  • Magnesium – 111 milligrams (26% DV)
  • Chloride – 561 milligrams (24% DV)
  • Potassium – 248 milligrams (5% DV)

However, the real story’s in the FOS (fructooligosaccharide) content!

  • Fructooligosaccharides[1-12] – 1581 mg

  • Sodium[13,14] and Chloride (from Sodium Chloride) – 360 mg (16% DV) and 561 mg (24% DV)

  • Magnesium[15-28] – 111 mg (26% DV)

  • Potassium[29-33] – 248 mg (5% DV)

  • AstraGin[34] – 17 mg

Glaxon Astrolyte

Glaxon Astrolyte bring hydrating electrolytes in style. In this article, we dig deeper into the added mineral absorption ingredient, fructooloigosaccharides.

All Astrolyte flavors

Below is an up-to-date with all flavors of Astrolyte:

    Again, read our main Glaxon Astrolyte article for the full rundown – this formula is one of their more underrated innovations and has gotten us through many a hot Texas summer days!

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