Re-Lyte Electrolyte Mix is getting a new name, a new look, and a slightly different formula.
At Redmond Life, we’re always listening, learning, and working together to improve what we do. Through our learning, we discovered a few simple but exciting ways to improve Re-Lyte while keeping all the features that make it great. We’re working on these changes now and will release the improved Re-Lyte this spring. Here are the changes you’ll see:
1. The Name
Re-Lyte Electrolyte Mix is now Re-Lyte Hydration. We think the new name makes it easier to understand Re-Lyte’s most important purpose— to keep you perfectly hydrated!
2. The Label
We redesigned the Re-Lyte Hydration label so it looks sleeker and is easier to distinguish from the other products in our Re-Lyte line.
3. The Calcium
The new formula contains calcium carbonate instead of calcium lactate. There are a few benefits to calcium carbonate that motivated us to make the switch, like better mixability and fewer calories (you can read more about those below).
If you have concerns related to the quality, bioavailability, or side effects of calcium carbonate, we want to share some information that could help put your mind at ease. We only use the highest-quality, pharmaceutical-grade, purified calcium carbonate. You should also know that hydrating with Re-Lyte isn’t the same as taking calcium carbonate by itself.
As Re-Lyte dissolves, the calcium carbonate interacts with the citric acid in our formula to create calcium citrate, which is the form of calcium that’s known to be most bioavailable and easiest on the stomach. You can learn more about why we chose to use calcium carbonate in Re-Lyte here.
4. How It Mixes
Thanks to the calcium change, the new formula mixes quickly and easily. We were super excited to learn that this simple change would make Re-Lyte a whole lot easier to mix without adding anti-caking agents or other additives.
5. The Calories
By switching to calcium carbonate, we reduced the calorie count in our flavored Re-Lyte varieties from five calories per serving to zero, so they’re more fasting-friendly than ever!
6. The Serving Size
Calcium carbonate is 40% calcium while calcium lactate is only 13% calcium. That means you need less calcium carbonate to get the same serving of calcium. As a result, Re-Lyte’s serving size (and the net weight of the jars) will decrease slightly. But you’ll still get the same amount of each electrolyte in a serving, and you’ll get the same number of servings per jar.
What Staying the Same? Everything Else!
Rest assured, Re-Lyte Hydration will still be the simple, clean, and real electrolyte mix you know and love. We’re committed to using the same high-quality, effective ingredients and keeping the electrolyte ratio that keeps you feeling your best.
While we finalize the improvements and prepare to transition to the new formula, more flavors of Re-Lyte will gradually go out of stock. The good news is, this is only a temporary hiccup in availability. We’re getting ready to release the improved Re-Lyte formula this spring starting with jars and followed by stick packs.
We’ll also be updating the look and formula of the rest of the Re-Lyte line in the coming months to make each product as helpful, intentional, and aligned with its mission as possible. Stay tuned!