Best powdered drink mixes & flavorings according to redditors

We found 321 Reddit comments discussing the best powdered drink mixes & flavorings. We ranked the 169 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Powdered Drink Mixes & Flavorings:

u/Kirbsotros · 35 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

While it much cheaper to buy the tea leaves and make it yourself, the Joy Luck is good. If you want to brew it yourself, Number One is really number one.

I use this recipe

u/Jynxers · 19 pointsr/1200isplenty

Great idea using the water flavours to make popsicles!

I've never done that, but I do use them to make sugar free jello. I find the Kool-Aid ones taste the most authentic.

u/andra-moi-ennepe · 10 pointsr/Ultralight

These lime crystals (they come in lemon too), would save you carrying an extra liquid.

u/ARandomHelljumper · 7 pointsr/evangelionmemes
u/leaves_fromthevine · 7 pointsr/OkCupid

I'm guessing he's referring to: I know it's popular in India and Australia and wouldn't be surprised if that extended to Malaysia. Think Ovaltine.

At least that's what my mind immediately went to

u/MegaDom · 7 pointsr/LifeProTips

The ultimate hangover cure is to mix one packet of these with two packets of these in a giant cup of water. It tastes delicious and fizzy and your hangover is gone so quickly. I always bring these to burning man for that exact reason.
edit: Obviously it is better to drink water the night before but if not try this.

u/midevildle · 6 pointsr/FoodPorn

Typically a finely ground strong black Assam or Ceylon tea. I use this mix from amazon

u/he-jer · 6 pointsr/keto

check this product out, tastes good and gives you some electrolytes you need.

u/ConduciveInducer · 6 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

Have you tried the internet?

u/queen_of_sarcasm · 5 pointsr/ketogains

I eat a lot of "snacks" as meals, so these are my ideas for chow on the go without a fridge:

  • Almonds

  • Celery

  • Raw Broccoli

  • Peanut Butter

  • Quest Bars

  • ElectroMix (to keep those electrolytes in check)

  • Bacon

  • Hunters Sausage or any low carb jerky

  • Romaine lettuce wrapped meat & cheese sandwiches

  • Cream Cheese wrapped in salami (you can freeze these overnight, then throw them into the cooler and they should defrost by when you want to eat them)

  • Egg muffins (again, you can freeze overnight & they thaw)

  • Coconut oil in coffee. I use something like this or you could use a mason jar to be able to shake the coffee/oil to keep it from separating. If you drink it in the morning, you can use heavy cream too so you don't have to refrigerate it.

    [EDIT: formatting]
u/King_of_all_Dorks · 4 pointsr/Earwolf
u/krates_magoo · 4 pointsr/xxketo

Blegh. I got some lite salt last weekend and tried pouring it into my water because I have heard people say they do that. Apparently I should have put some flavoring in there, because even though I thought it was a small amount of salt for 24oz of water, it was pretty much salt water. And I was determined to drink it! So, that was gross.

This stuff: Elctro-Mix is my godsend right now. It has ZERO calories & carbs and it isn't crazy sweet like other powders. It has a tart flavor, I hate when drinks are super sweet and fake tasting. I drink 1 in the morning with 12oz of water, and keep a pack on me jic I crash during the day.

u/8365815 · 4 pointsr/JUSTNOMIL

America doesn't have squash. We do have flavor powders you can mix into your water, though.

u/nice_t_shirt · 4 pointsr/nutrition

> Do you know any recipe for homemade sports drink w/o salt and stuff like coconut water?

Why do you want a sports drink then? For energy or taste? The main things would be sugar (carbs, energy) and salt (electrolytes). That's why people recommend coconut water - it has both in great proportions. If you don't want salt, just use sugar. If you want some flavoring, I like the jolly ranchers to go packs, but there are dozens of brands that make similar flavor packs.

u/cultured_banana_slug · 4 pointsr/DoesAnybodyElse

Here is some you can buy. Use half whole milk and half heavy cream when you make it.

You're welcome.

u/this_97 · 4 pointsr/keto

The same company (alacer) makes this. 0 carbs, no vitamins, just electrolytes.

u/throwaway6912465 · 3 pointsr/keto

Dude, Ive been buying the crystal light liquid drops and keep them at my desk. Ive saved tons of money not buying a drink at lunch. One bottle is like $2-3 and lasts over a month! I even keep them in my purse :)

Mio and even powerade have drops too!! No need to waste $$ buying drinks for lunch!

There are tons and tons of options for these in the grocery aisle!

u/jeepers222 · 3 pointsr/loseit

>but this past weekend I admit I've been bad and ate 200-300 more calories than I should have with takeout

So, first, try not to think of it as "you were bad", you indulged a little. This doesn't mean you failed your lifestyle change, it doesn't mean you have no will power. Eating only 200 - 300 over your calorie limit is actually an incredible step, a lot of folks can go over by over 1000 calories (myself included!). Don't beat yourself up, these are the types of things that are going to happen. You have to live your life. The key to effective weight loss and longer-term healthy weight maintenance is ensuring that your weight loss plan doesn't depend on a perfect, lab-like setting.

>How do I make it easier?

With water drinking, there are a lot of different tricks. I know people that use those little Crystal Light Drink Packets to add flavor to their water. Other folks get a soda stream and add carbonation.

>I hate the bloated/even fatter feeling I get and going to the bathroom every 20 minutes.

So, you might just be forcing yourself to drink more water than you need. Recent studies show that drinking excess water can be really challenging and might be causing your strong negative reaction to water drinking. What I do is have a camelbak water bottle at my desk, which I sip on throughout the day. I don't chug it, I just grab a sip whenever I feel like it. Maybe that might help?

u/rampion_scampion · 3 pointsr/100DaysofKeto

I also use an electrolyte mix that I mix into water 2x a day. The first time I did Keto, I had a headache and leg cramps about a week in and I drank two of these before I went to bed and my symptoms went away by morning. I drink two packets a day now usually.

u/vita10gy · 3 pointsr/pics

The little packets you put in a glass or bottle water, yes, some flavors.

There's at least a grape, strawberry, and citrus. Looks like a peach mango too.

They're cheaper than that at the grocery store though. (Although, sadly, not a TON cheaper if not on sale.)

There's some of the "squirt in water" Mio style flavors with caffeine too, but I've used those less. Conversely, if we find out that crystal light packets cause cancer I'm turbo fucked.

u/itsbecomingathing · 3 pointsr/keto

Funny enough, another user here mentioned them (as they have 3g of carbs per packet)


I add them to water and it tastes like a sports drink. It's very helpful if you're used to sodas and don't think you can drink water alone. I would stick to one packet a day and then make sure to eat potassium rich foods like avocado and spinach.

u/playhertwo · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Do you have a target near you? They have hot chocolate stirrers (a stick with marshmallows, chocolate something like that on it) for $1 right now. Then you could get her some drinking chocolate to go with it and a face mask (cheaper in store) to pamper herself

u/TheMadBlimper · 3 pointsr/todayilearned

Holy hell, banana milk; I honestly haven't seen that shit on store shelves in ~20 years. I remember it quite fondly. And holy shit they sell it on Amazon.; fuck me, I just bought one for the nostalgia factor.

u/niarlin · 3 pointsr/knitting

You can buy it from amazon.

u/neuro_neurd · 3 pointsr/fitmeals

If you're on your way to the gym, you can spike your water with some flavored BCAAs. Otherwise, if you need some flavor without the junk, I'm a fan of Nuun vitamin tablets in water. I also enjoy adding some lime to my carbonated (or non) water, and these packets are great for on-the-go.

u/potatoaster · 3 pointsr/tea

People use all sorts of tea to make pearl milk tea. I believe the canonical tea is cheap Ceylon, but a lot of places use even cheaper Assam instead. Some people add a second tea, like high-mountain oolong, to add complexity. In HK, they often add ripe pu'er. I've also seen many people recommend Golden Sail lychee black tea and Sunflower jasmine green tea, which are cheap Chinese supermarket brands.

Thai tea is usually Ceylon with condensed milk, food coloring, and often star anise (and sometimes clove, cardamom, vanilla). The leading brand is Number One. That's what your favorite restaurant probably uses. Black sugar PMT was made famous by the Tiger Sugar chain. I've tried it, and tbh I prefer the cleaner flavor of sucrose- or fructose-sweetened PMT.

I don't know how to make cheese foam, but here's my recipe for Taiwanese milk tea:

In 1 c of boiled water, steep 2 teabags of Ceylon for 15 min. Add 1/8 c each sugar and creamer. Chill completely. Shake before serving to improve the texture. Serve with pearls, either the instant ones or homemade ones with tapioca starch and black/red/brown sugar.

u/mephistopheles2u · 3 pointsr/keto
u/BlindTreeFrog · 3 pointsr/tea

Amazon carries it. For example:

u/dblue236 · 2 pointsr/Wishlist

This stuff is absolutely amazing. I love coffee, but only when it's iced so I always just buy that from a local coffee shop. But as far as stuff to make at home... Cadbury all the way!

Thanks for the contest!

u/banng · 2 pointsr/xxketo

I use this electrolyte powder that I ordered on Amazon to make up for the missing supplements. There is no sugar but it still tastes pretty good!

u/rightfootedglove · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

It must be a sad existence for them then. Because if they have never had a banana, they have never had banana milk.

u/Nowhere_Man_Forever · 2 pointsr/anime

Open link one and wait a few seconds and open link two for an accurate summary of End of Evangelion.



u/Shafi · 2 pointsr/keto

I buy this from costco.

u/geren27 · 2 pointsr/WaltDisneyWorld

This! We were apprehensive about asking for 6 ice waters at first, but they were always more than happy to provide them. We would make several stops a day to get ice waters to re-fill our water bottles.

Additional tip, we bought the little kool-aid water flavor bottles (like this: to flavor the kids water. Made it much easier to get them to drink more and cut down on the begging for other (much more expensive) drinks.

u/bungwu · 2 pointsr/keto

If you are a tea drinker: Davidson's Bulk Tea.

Quest Bars

Decent potassium source:
Electro Mix

u/oliverodaa · 2 pointsr/berkeley

$10 gift card for Chez Panisse.

Set of campanile tickets. They're $3 so just buy as many as would work for your budget.

This type of backpack, unless she's a student athlete - it'd be a bit weird otherwise.

This Ovaltine alternative. Very popular in Australia and I hear it's been getting a lot of attention recently.

Xbox One X. Not sure if she's into gaming but that's what most people in the dorms end up doing most nights.

u/mr_bacon_pants · 2 pointsr/Supplements

I dunno if heat would affect those things, but pretty sure that will ruin the taste of your coffee. Citrulline malate doesn't taste bad on its own, but it's super tart/acidic. I wouldn't want that in my coffee. The other ingredients will probably just taste like powders, which don't taste good. I do a custom PWO like this and it usually tastes like ass, but citrulline malate helps mask the taste because it tastes like sour apple. It dissolves just fine though, so I wouldn't expect mixing with coffee to do anything there. I just put it in a cup with little water and drink it, then drink something to wash the taste out of my mouth and go on with my day.

I would recommend just mixing that stuff with water and drinking it separately from your coffee. If you really want to flavor it, use a little flavor pack. My grocery store sells tons of packs like that for super cheap.

u/SumNuguy · 2 pointsr/Locksmith

I'm not sure about 8.5 mm Tang, but here a link to make 6 quarts of Tang.

u/EragonShade98 · 2 pointsr/agt

Matt Franko's act debunked:

Though he had a simple act, the delivery was stellar. Here's how it went down.

  1. The carton contained water and only water in it.
  2. The cups had the powdered forms of the different drinks he made. If you look carefully, every time he lifted a cup, he made sure to cover the bottom portion of the cup. Probably because they had the powders in them.
  3. Franko just added water and they changed color. After they sat for a little, they fully saturated and became the drinks.

    Links to the powdered products:

    First he did milk:

    Then orange juice:

    Then red wine:

    Then plain water.

    Then beer:

    And finally, lemonade:
u/SerDickonManwoody · 2 pointsr/asoiaf

We're cool! Thank you for the spirited defense.

And make it a month's supply of Country Time.


u/drloz5531201091 · 2 pointsr/loseit

I agree I don't remember seeing it in grocerie stores in a very long time.

> I have, I like using those because then you can customize the sweetness.

I wonder how much jello one packet could do vs mio/kool-aid liquids because I saw this on amazon and I'm tempted to try them. I remember how strong that powder was. I remember doing 2-3liters of Kool-Aid with a single packet. It's 30$/48 packets no matter then flavors (free shipping offer):

u/kaliforniakustom · 2 pointsr/keto

This will help! I love it! I also add salt to it. Your problem is electrolytes.

u/SirCasey · 2 pointsr/Invisalign

I'm totally the same way, just really don't care for plain water, want some flavor.

I thought I'd struck gold with these True Lime (no sugar) packets:

...But then I found that citric acid is really bad for your teeth :/

So I'm switching to making iced tea with herbals like Celestial Seasonings, or keeping fresh lemons and limes handy, though they also have citric acid in them, they at least also have vitamin C.


Hope you get some better answers here!

u/UpsetGroceries · 2 pointsr/drunk

This will change your life, trust me. If you don't want a box of 100, you can get a 32 count box at Walmart for like $2 in the baking section. My room mates and I drink so much Mexican beer we buy the 500 count True Lime boxes.

u/wonderful_wonton · 2 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

They are SO expensive. Sometimes frozen berries are at a great price. I have cup sized Rubbermaids I can put frozen berries & plain greek yogurt in. Also these pure dried extracts. Raspberry Lime & Blueberry Lemon are nice flavor combinations.

u/kokolaid191 · 1 pointr/gastricsleeve

I feel your pain, I am on a 600 calorie diet for 15 days. No solids, only liquids. I can have about 4 protein shakes and then I got these things called BariWise broth mixes. I have beef, chicken and hot chocolate mix. I have about 2 of them a day. All are around 70-90 calories a piece, but also have about 15g of protein in them as well. I am 360 currently and my biggest worry was not having a good amount of protein. But all this helps. The taste isn't great but it's not terrible either.

Beef Bouillon

Hot Chocolate

Edit: Formatting

u/nospr2 · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions

This is the best thing I could find of single packs.

u/apriloneil · 1 pointr/funny

Nah mate. Use a hot Milo instead.

u/cptbingo2000 · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

So, a note on the watermelon, it tasted good, kind of like a Jolly Rancher, but boy did the flavor stay with me all night :(

Orange has been my favorite!!

For reference:

u/Bizket · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

Well, the recipe here does not call for the powdered version, but for the drops that you add to flavor water.

u/alpain · 1 pointr/SodaStream

we use the orange and grape koolaid water enhancer's a lot because the Crush ones are not sold in canada.

also the ikea syrups are good but you have to go very slowly as they will cause a lot of foamup. best to put some in a tall glass and slowly add your carbonated water and go mix on demand with that per cup.

u/hushhadewijch · 1 pointr/intermittentfasting

Here is an example. Comes to $0.28 per packet USD. Very cheap and should last a while. I know being in China, shipping can be expensive, yes?

u/hotpinkfishfood · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I am in love with banana flavored milk. It's so yummy!

u/squishybloo · 1 pointr/Paleo
u/Iphotoshopincats · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

Australians in USA ... well that's easy give them the long lost taste of home

honestly if the do not love both of these with a passion they are not true Aussies

u/edcRachel · 1 pointr/BurningMan

Powder is so 2010. Level up and get the concentrate in the squirty. So much easier to deal with. Can toss one in your bag for the day, give some to strangers, and never have to deal with clumps.

Like this. I usually have at least 3 different flavours on me at any given time. The Tang one is usually one of them.

u/zsaneib · 1 pointr/Nightshift

Lately it's been monster or pop. I've never really like tea or coffee. Coffee i will rarely drink but i like a TON of sugar in it. Not good. But, i do have these i picked up at Walmart and they're pretty good. I like the grape ones. Walmart also has these that i like, i prefer the lemonade ones. To get them to mix well I've noticed having a ice cube in there is best. Oh and these water bottles are the perfect size.

u/qiaozhina · 1 pointr/EDAnonymous

I have THIS electrolyte mix, which has basically no taste and no calories, though other mixes like Ultima do come flavoured (also no cals but kinda pricey). If you are purging it's really important to replenish because a lack can really mess you up. Another thing i like to drink after purging is coconut water for the same reason.

u/vinberdon · 1 pointr/cigars

Gotta get yourself the real stuff I have a friend in Thailand who had sent me some of this (same exact bag) along with a bunch of curry and other stuff... It's pretty damn good. Steep at 200F for like ~5 minutes, then add milk to your desired milkiness and some ice (or just chill the tea first, a much better option). You may also want to add sugar, because the tea itself is pretty bitter. The dry tea leaves smell like heaven with vanilla all over it, but as you know, the tea doesn't quite taste like that lol

u/IrishVixen · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

I buy mine through Amazon: True Lime 100 count

It's carried in some grocery stores too, along with their lemon and orange versions. 1 packet is equal to a wedge of lime. I keep a handful of them in my purse along with a little dropper bottle of stevia--just a few drops to offset the extreme tartness of the lime, not enough to turn it into a sweet drink. It's made a huge difference in my drinking habits!

u/jarvis400 · 1 pointr/tea

Some Thai tea mixes contain spices. At least this one does.

u/virtuawesomo · 1 pointr/Frugal

(Edit: 140mg caffeine, correction courtesy of DonOblivious)

This is a good answer, but an incomplete one. Looking at the side of a can it looks like you have a few basic ingredients: Sugar (25g), Taurine (1000mg), Caffeine (2500140mg+), Ginseng (200mg), and B Vitamins.

Taurine and Caffeine are both stimulants, and do the bulk of the CNS loading in the mix.

B Vitamins aid in the metabolism of energy from various energy sources, and alone is a very effective supplement for energy levels.

Ginseng seems to have about a thousand unproven uses, but is generally accepted to lower blood sugar, and improve insulin response, this is likely responsible for the 'whoa this is great' energy drink high, instead of the 'too much Halloween candy' sugar sickness.

And Sugar is just a pick your poison kind of exercise.

Adding costs all up to the above linked products:
Taurine: $23/kg Serving: 1000mg = $.023 / serving (1000 servings per pouch)
Caffeine: $2.99/(100200mg) Serving: 140mg = $0.02 / serving (143 servings per bottle) (edited)
B Vitamins: $8.98/100 Serving: 1 tablet = $.09 / serving (100 servings per bottle)
Ginseng: $18.65/(250
500mg) Serving: 200mg = $.03 / serving (625 servings per bottle)

Grand total is about 5116 cents per every can of monster replaced, assuming you're alright providing your own juice crystals, I have as well not hunted at all for price reductions or bulk pricing on the above supplements.

If you want to avoid the stimulants and still get an invigorating effect, I would just recommend the B vitamins on their own, combined with some free office coffee, they work quite well.

u/a_monomaniac · 1 pointr/Ultralight

Trailrita. Tequila, water, and a couple packets of lime powder.

Make it in a smartwater bottle, shake it around, sip on it. I even bring it into the tent so I have a drink to sip on while I read / fall asleep. It's also nice to wake up in the middle of the night to go pee and you already have a little bit of a cocktail to sip on while staring up at the stars before going back to bed.

Tequila can also go in coffee for that morning pick me up.

u/no2cminorop18 · 1 pointr/tea

It often comes with a mix, to which condensed milk is added. I prefer this brand. You can find this in most Asian food markets as well. You'll have to run the tea through a cloth filter (tea sock), but I find that clean cut up pantyhose, or a large silk tea bag works just fine.

u/MsLarvox · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Asian snacks <3 I had to look this stuff up last night for my friend. And I knew some of them. I'll give them to you. These are really popular snacks btw, and a few of them I'd die for. So here are some suggestions for you <3 I linked this because there is different versions of milo. This is the more asian version of it, the african one is a bit less chuncky. But THIS is amazing <3

Squid chips.

Hello Panda they are like little cookies with cream in the middle SO FUCKING GOOD

Iced gems, cookies with icing on top. They are okay, but are big in places like singapore.

White Rabbit candy. Like vanilla tootsie rolls. I LOVE THEM and also big in singapore.

<3 hope these help =D

u/AndroidGingerbread · 1 pointr/xxketo

My daily electrolyte supplements usually look like this:

  • 1 packet of ElectroMix mixed with a teaspoon or 2 of Natural Calm in a glass of water.
  • 1 chicken bullion cube mixed in a tall mug of hot water. (Sometimes I do this twice a day, depending on how I feel.)

    The rest of my electrolytes come from food. If I still feel unwell after the above, I may drink another ElectroMix. This seems to be working well for managing my induction.

    Remember: Spinach is a good source of potassium and other healthy nutrients. It never hurts to mix it into whatever you're making or have a side salad with some olive oil.

    Best of luck to you and KCKO! :)
u/mistral7 · 1 pointr/diabetes_t2

Your results may vary but I discovered a fresh lemon in an extra large glass of water could impact my blood sugar. I switched to True Lemon.

  • 0g Sugar;
  • 0 Calories;
  • <1g carbs;
  • No artificial sweeteners, flavors or colors; no preservatives;
  • no Gluten; Non-GMO
  • 1 packet = the taste of 1 Lemon wedge; 2 packets = 1 Tbsp lemon juice.

    The Lime ia equally Tasty! And, to be honest, this is a much more convenient and economical solution; plus adding it to most tap water eliminates ever drinking canned or bottled flavor chemicals.
u/sammitch · 1 pointr/Louisville

Highland Coffee has an amazing Mexican Hot Chocolate but most everywhere else is a disappointment tbh.

Buy this and never settle for crappy hot chocolate again.

u/_Jon · 1 pointr/keto

I use PowerAde Zero and this stuff : ElectroMIX.

u/cjrobe · 1 pointr/tea

You're right, not sure why you're getting downvoted. AmantisAsoko literally just copied what Wikipedia says which it clearly says may include (which most of the time it doesn't).

I drink Thai Tea all the time. It's extremely easy. I usually get Police Dog brand (what's available at my local asian grocery stores) and add in condensed milk and ice. This is what every Thai restaurant I've ever been to does and what most Thai recipes will tell you.
Ingredients: Tea, food coloring.

u/MagicWeasel · 1 pointr/veganrecipes

If you just want something convenient, quite a lot of hot chocolate powder mixes available in shops around me are vegan, so you might have some luck if you go to your local supermarket and start reading nutrition labels!

I see you're in Canada so I'm not sure what's available there, but here are some example 'accidentally vegan' hot chocolates:

But really, like other people have said, when you get down to it it's really just cocoa powder and sugar.

u/Fatpandasneezes · 1 pointr/xxketo

>Anyway... I just started keto today. I'm not sure if I should be counting total carbs or net carbs. Today I consumed 18 total carbs, 8 net carbs. So when I read to stay under 25 carbs, is it total or net? Which do I need to be more concerned about?

Definitely count net carbs. So stay under 25 net.

>I understand that once my body starts going into ketosis I will probably feel "tired" and "light headed" from what I have read.

That happens if you lack electrolytes (particularly magnesium/potassium). So just make sure you get lots of fluids! Especially if those feelings set in, some people will do a broth, but I find having some powerade zero on hand is useful, or the powerade squeegy thingies so that you don't have to go home and cook anything if the feeling sets in.

u/bklik · 1 pointr/pics

Did you know Tang has caffeine in it? Look at the product features, third bullet. No wonder I loved this stuff more than orange juice growing up.

u/Goshawk_87 · 1 pointr/keto

Thanks. I was looking at low carb options on Amazon, but I am not sure about them.

Like this one. Still a few net carbs, but not as bad.

u/VitaminTea · 1 pointr/leafs

> losing Martin's role could cause a lot more damage to our team overall.

Lol here, I got you something.

u/digger_dog · 1 pointr/australia
u/www_wow_com · 1 pointr/keto

>Usually I down a tablespoon of Lite Salt with water every day.

I would encourage you to seek fun alternatives, maybe even tasty ones. You aren't a recipe for measurements of X and Y to be dropped into. That's the kind of stuff that will wear on you in the long run.

  • For potassium consider avocados or almonds.
  • If you need electrolytes my go to is two servings of Propel Zero a day.

    I can tell when I need electrolytes because my fingertips start to go numb 15 minutes into a run. It happens like clockwork until that balance is replenished.
u/ma-ccc-slp · 1 pointr/keto

I am still trying to get the fiber part in check, but have found this to be the best sugar free electrolyte supplement out there.

u/john-bkk · 1 pointr/tea

If someone wanted to make this at home it wouldn't be that difficult, based on using a powdered tea version. There's a booth beside the food court in my office and one near the local train station that sells it, but then I live in Bangkok.

This is one version of it on Amazon, which would be easy to mix with soft serve ice cream, or even the other box or tub type (I never used Amazon vendors for that, of course, so I'm not recommending any in particular):

u/CutthroatTeaser · 1 pointr/keto

These are what I take:

  1. A daily multivitamin OR one serving of EcoDrink Multivitamin
  2. Daily dose of Electromix
  3. Every other day, two of these Magnesium
  4. Everyday, 2 of these Fiber Gummies
  5. Lite Salt on my food
u/caitcreates · 1 pointr/cocacola

OP here - I have some good news for you! Granted, Diet Coke with Lime is gone. However, in my search for replacements, I have found something that seems to work well.

There are these tiny packets of crystalized lime called True Lime that you can get on Amazon or elsewhere. I've found that one packet flavors a can of Diet Coke just right. Two packets seem to work well with a 20oz. bottle.

There are still some places you can get Diet Coke with Lime - but it's all at exorbitant prices. The Fridge Packs (three 12-packs) are up to $38 on amazon - those are shipped directly from a Coca-Cola distributor in Atlanta. I stocked up when they were around $24 for a 12-pack. I still have about ten 12-packs left, but I'm not as worried now that I found out about True Lime packets.

I hope you can get True Lime where you are and that you like how it tastes.

Good luck!

u/JXRDVN · 1 pointr/keto

but who was FAQ?

If you read the FAQ (almost) everyone loses weight in the beginning, has a stall for around a month or at least a few weeks, then weight loss picked up.

2 weeks isn't that long of a time for a stall, just keep eating as you should and don't weigh yourself as often.

Get some electrolytes for the exhaustion, here are two good choices on amazon: Celtic Sea Salt Electrolyte Powder and Emergen-C Electro Mix

u/NothingLikePoetry · 1 pointr/gastricsleeve

I drank these during my liquid phases and actually just had one. They're really good. I've only tried the chocolate flavor.

These are really good in a pinch. I find they're best if you put them in your blender with ice and make a smoothie. The package implies you can drink them straight but they're like syrup.

u/GeoBurns · 1 pointr/keto

I suffered from this every single time I tried Keto, until I asked (just like you are now). It was indeed electrolytes. With the electrolytes out of whack I was getting the worst migraines.

I started doing keto chow which helped no end. Now that I've got a hang of watching what I put into my body, I don't have to just eat keto chow.

The main thing is to make sure you are not getting too much, or too little, in the way of electrolytes. FDA states that you shouldn't have more than 2300 mg of sodium (salt) a day. The reason you feel awful is that your blood pressure is probably all over the place right now - that's one of the sodium tasks.

On days where I don't drink keto chow, I drink propel water, and I also use the propel drinks in water (that way I drink enough, and I get my electrolytes). HERE is a link on amazon. I can't find this stuff anywhere else.