Tasty chewable electrolytes in 10ct rolls and 60ct bottles.Learn More
Our classic electrolyte formula in 100ct, 30ct, and 3ct sizes.Learn More
SaltStick Caps PLUS
Essential electrolytes PLUS 30mg caffeine in 100ct and 3ct sizes.Learn More
Our 6-capsule dispenser easily mounts on bikes or inside handlebars.Learn More
Clear Competitive Advantage
Why do so many world-champion athletes choose SaltStick for their electrolyte replacement? Simply because SaltStick Caps have everything you need for electrolyte replacement, and nothing extra. In each drop of sweat you lose key electrolytes: sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium. The key to effective electrolyte replacement is to replenish lost sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium in a quantity and form your body can absorb. Learn more about SaltStick's clear competitive advantage.
Clean & Simple Ingredients
Nearly every lot of SaltStick is tested for WADA-prohibited substances. None of our competitors can say that. SaltStick Electrolytes are produced in cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practices) facilities, certified by the Natural Products Association and registered NSF Certified for Sport®. Learn more about our manufacturing and safety standards and our routine WADA and drug testing.
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POTS Walk and 5k Race takes place along the Mystic River in Medford, MA. Proceeds benefit Dysautonomia International in the support of POTS research.
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The Race to Beat POTS will take place in Kennett Square, PA on Sunday, June 12, 2016. All proceeds from the event will benefit Dysautonomia International.
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Dysautonomia International educates medical professionals about autonomic disorders, funds medical research on POTS, and works with researchers to speed up the pace of discovery.