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How to #CelebrateLyte
What is DrinkLyte?
DrinkLyte is a two-part recovery and rehydration system designed to make you feel better after drinking alcohol. Its two products make up a post-alcohol wellness regimen: drink MoonLyte after a night of drinking alcohol (but before you go to sleep), and SunLyte first thing the next morning. They are designed to add a wellness component around alcohol consumption so you can still celebrate, but have a plan to help your body recover, therefore allowing you to do more the next day.
What is DrinkLyte used for?
DrinkLyte is used to help your body recover from alcohol-induced dehydration so you can feel better the next day. MoonLyte and SunLyte are oral rehydration solutions that rehydrate you immediately, just like an IV. They do not contain any chemicals or additives like caffeine or melatonin, so you can take either one at any time of day - whatever suits your party style.
What is an “ORS”?
An ORS is the acronym for “Oral Rehydration Solution,” a specific formula that combines water, sugar, electrolytes in a very specific ratio. ORSs rehydrate you immediately, so that you can feel better quickly. This formula was created in the 1960’s for use in the medical field to cure mild to severe dehydration in places where IVs were cost prohibitive. DrinkLyte follows the World Health Organization’s specifications of an ORS, with the addition of all natural colors and flavors to enhance the taste.
How Does DrinkLyte Work?
DrinkLyte’s formula allows water and electrolytes to pass from the intestines to the rest of your body immediately, just like an IV would. This is not only healthy for your body, but it also will help mitigate a lot of the negative symptoms associated with a hangover like headache, nausea, fatigue, and dry mouth. The science of hangovers is complicated, but much of their symptoms are due to dehydration.
Where can I buy DrinkLyte?
DrinkLyte is available in a select number of liquor stores in Los Angeles and Orange County, California. It can also be purchased online, via our website very soon. Once lockdowns are lifted, DrinkLyte will be available in select bars and nightlife venues in the Los Angeles area, and other metropolitan areas upon request.
Is DrinkLyte Vegan friendly?
Is DrinkLyte Gluten-free?
Yes. DrinkLyte beverages do not contain any gluten-containing ingredients.
Does DrinkLyte have caffeine, or melatonin?
No. You can enjoy a MoonLyte or SunLyte at any time of day.
Does DrinkLyte have alcohol?
No. But DrinkLyte is a great addition to your alcohol cabinet, as it is intended to be taken after alcohol is consumed.
What are the ingredients and nutrition information of MoonLyte and SunLyte?
Designed by a UC Berkeley Nutritionist, DrinkLyte ingredients are curated very carefully to be effective, taste great, and easy to drink. Here’s a breakdown:
Water - required for an ORS to work
Dextrose - allows electrolytes to pass through intestine quickly
Citric acid - taste and pH
Sodium Citrate - electrolyte Salt - electrolyte
Gum Acacia - helps bring electrolytes through intestinal wall
Natural flavor - flavor
Potassium Chloride - electrolyte
Stevia - sweetness
Zinc gluconate - helps body absorb fluids
Beta Carotene - color.
Why does DrinkLyte have 6 grams of sugar?
Sugar is a functional ingredient required for an ORS to work properly, it is not there for taste. What it does is activate a system in your intestines called the glucose-transport pump. Glucose (sugar) activates this pump and allows electrolytes to flow quickly from the intestine to the rest of your body. It’s key to the effectiveness of the drink. We use the minimum amount of sugar to be considered an ORS, and use stevia to make our drinks taste sweeter, making DrinkLyte one of the lightest ORSs on the market with only 30 calories.
Can DrinkLyte be used as a mixer or chaser?
Yes, but we cannot guarantee it will have the same effectiveness if used as directed. We suggest that you still follow the regimen, even if you use DrinkLyte to chase or mix. So make sure you’re prepared when it’s party time.
Is DrinkLyte FDA approved?
DrinkLyte is manufactured in FDA approved facilities and uses GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe by FDA) ingredients that comply with all regulations for Food and Beverage products. DrinkLyte does not make any claims and is not a supplement.
Is DrinkLyte better than an IV?
DrinkLyte is comparable to an IV drip to help you rehydrate immediately.
Don’t believe us?
Read the science here, here, and here.
Is DrinkLyte better than water?
DrinkLyte is more hydrating than water. Because of its specific ratio of water, sugar, to electrolytes, DrinkLyte beverages allow you to absorb key electrolytes immediately, whereas water alone can take hours to absorb. If you’re drinking alcohol, your electrolytes are likely to be depleted by dehydration so you need them to recover and avoid some of the nasty symptoms of dehydration.
Many hangover products out there try to make you feel better by medicating you with various herbs and supplements.
MoonLyte and SunLyte don’t medicate they simply rehydrate. This why MoonLyte and Sunlyte are so much gentler and safer on the body.
The dehydration caused by alcohol is ongoing and happens whenever we still have alcohol in our system.
Rehydrating as effectively as possible after a night out, is really healthy for our bodies and will often make us feel much better the day after.
Hydrate the Night
Hydrate the Night
Waiting to rehydrate until the morning after drinking is not the best solution for our bodies.
That’s why our system is so effective at rehydrating: start the rehydration the night of with a MoonLyte and finish of the rehydration the morning after with a SunLyte.
and The Morning After
and The Morning After
Any of those symptoms sound familiar? A big reason why many of us feel poorly the day after celebrating is because our bodies are dehydrated. Rehydrating properly could lead you to being your best self even after a night of partying.