VPX Sports Coco-Fit+ Review
VPX Sports Coco-Fit+ combines what they claim to be, the optimal blend of natural ingredients made of carbohydrates and electrolytes for ”total body rehydration and blood volume restoration in exercise induced dehydration.”
It contains 300% less sugar than leading coconut water brands. But it has a sweeter taste.
Why Are They Comparing Themselves To Coconut Waters?
Coconut water is packaged and sold in many tropical areas such as Costa Rica and Panama. It is rich in healthy vitamins, minerals, and good fatty acids, which are good for the body and heart. And it provides a naturally sweet taste. It is low in calories and has no cholesterol. And it has been used to ease burns, also working as a natural diuretic. But we still fail to understand why they would focus on this. Coconut water does not enhance workouts or weight loss.
VPX Sports Coco-Fit+ Ingredients
VPX Sports Coco-Fit+ ingredients include Purified Water, Proprietary Antioxidant Matrix (Coconut Juice Concentrate, Mangosteen Juice Concentrate, Ascorbic Acid), Natural Flavors, Natural Colors, Phosphoric Acid, Potassium Sorbate, Malic Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Citric Acid, Omega-3 Essential Fatty Acids, Cholecalciferol Vitamin D3, Stevia.
The average grocery store workout drink consists of healthy vitamins, electrolytes, and minerals that can restore substances that your body loses as you sweat and workout. While they may be high in sugar, these products provide the sugar and carbs your body needs for immediate energy during hard workouts.
VPX Sports Coco-Fit+ on the other hand provides a blend rich in superfruits and omega-3 fatty acids. They do not use any vital electrolytes, the loss of which is the main cause of workout related fatigue. And while vitamins are essential to the healthy function of the body, they do not have protect, build, or enhance muscle function.
VPX Sports Coco-Fit+ claims to provide a product that will make a fool of popular workout drinks like Gatorade or Powerade. But as it turns out, it is the other way around. Products as basic as Gatorade make a fool out of them.
There are two major types of workout drinks. The first are those found in the grocery store. They are rich in healthy electrolytes, water, vitamins, and minerals. And they simply restore the nutrients that you lose as you sweat. The other type uses the same vitamins, electrolytes, and other nutrients. But they also have lean muscle builders, energy supplements specifically for the muscles such as creatine and citrulline malate, and amino acids. VPX Sports Coco-Fit+ could not be classified in either of these categories.