Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Product Review: CitraGreen

This season, many of our product reviews on American Golfer have been dedicated to health and sun safety. From protecting your eyes with sunglasses and skin with sun block, to eating properly, 2016 has focused on being smart with your body on the golf course.

Great! But how can you benefit post-round? Consider CitraGreen. With nine essential minerals, one tablet of CitraGreen Sport will help to restore some of the electrolytes you lost over the course of your round. An electrolyte balance is important for things like hydration, nerve impulses and muscle function. An electrolyte imbalance can lead to things like muscle contraction, muscle weakness or severe cramping. Ouch!

If you don’t like pills or all the extra stuff you get in many sports drinks that provide electrolytes, no worries ... CitraGreen Sport is a tablet you drop in 7-10 ounces of water. It only contains 10 calories per serving and a trace of carbs.

Want more out of your drink? How about 11 essential vitamins to provide you with a huge dose of nutrition? With no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives, CitraGreen is also suitable for vegan and vegetarian diets.

So when should golfers take CitraGreen? Assuming you’re not playing a twilight round, the best time is right after you get off the course. The boost in electrolytes for quicker recovery and rehydration is needed at that point, but any added energy before bedtime is questionable.

The only warnings: Young children shouldn’t take CitraGreen and everyone should limit themselves to one tablet per day. Also, diabetics shouldn’t take CitraGreen, as it contains small amounts of sucrose and glucose syrup, which are within the vitamin A, D3 and K1 preparations of the formulation. The lemon flavoring contains natural sugar directly from lemons, as well.

If you have any questions, check the company’s FAQ.

CitraGreen’s effervescent tablet creates a frothy head. Drink it up and enjoy the added benefits (lower cholesterol) while sipping on lemony goodness.

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