Benefits of Organic Cane Sugar in Drinks

You might think to yourself that sugar is sugar.  But there is a difference between unrefined cane sugar vs refined sugar.

Organic unrefined cane sugar can be beneficial when serving a specific function, like enhancing exercise performance and recovery or assisting with celebration recovery.  Unlike other forms of sugar that either go through several unnecessary phases of processing or are mixed with chemical enzymes, cane sugar is derived straight from the juice inside sugarcane.  Even better, the organic cane sugar found in our regular RESQWATER formula is unrefined, allergen free, and is certified Kosher, Gluten Free and Vegan.

RESQWATER Proactive Recovery delivers additional fuel to working muscles reducing the fatigue and weakness that one may feel during exercise and celebration. The sucrose in our regular RESQWATER formula works with the amino acid N-Acetyl Cysteine, prickly pear extract, milk thistle, B vitamins, vitamin C, minerals and water to help provide antioxidant support, replenish electrolytes and prevent dehydration.

So, is organic cane sugar good for you during and after a long period of exercise and when recovering from celebration?

When working out, sometimes water alone cannot keep you moving at your peak efficiency when it comes to hydration and energy levels. It’s important to find a balanced combination of vitamins, electrolytes, amino acids, and cane sugar to provide additional nutritional support to the body’s cells to keep the body in motion.

After a night of celebration, alcohol breakdown tends to decrease sugar production which may result in lower blood pressure.  Organic unrefined cane sugar may replenish these sugar levels adequately, so you won’t feel the fatigue and weakness that you often experience during celebration recovery.

Learn more about organic cane sugar nutrition facts at sugar.org.