PRLog (Press Release)
- May 8, 2012 -
Fairfield, CA (May 8, 2012) -- Scientific Food Solutions, LLC (SFS) and Sport Specific Supplements, Inc. have entered into an agreement to incorporate SFS’s innovative hydration ingredient Aqua-Lyte®
into FootyAde®. FootyAde is a sports supplement specifically developed to meet the physical demands required of soccer players. Clinical studies have shown that the ingredients in FootyAde’s proprietary formula extended endurance, enhance rehydration, and speed recovery. “We are pleased to be working with another innovative company who supports our mission wholeheartedly”
, said Grady Purtle, President of Sport Specific Supplements Inc.
FootyAde will be sold through soccer retailers and direct to consumers online. “ Working with an organization with fresh ideas, science driven supplements and a real support of community is really gratifying”, said SFS's President Gretchen Reece. FootyAde® will be available from California-based Sport Specific Supplements Inc. in a stick pack format this month.
FootyAde is the official performance drink for the nationwide Soccer in the Sand tournament series. Sport Specific Supplements supports soccer communities through FootyAde Clubs™, a fundraising website for clubs and organizations.
Patent-pending Aqua-Lyte is the first naturally electrolyte-
fortified and pH balanced water without the calories, acids, sugar and other carbohydrates typically associated with sports beverages. Aqua-Lyte effectively hydrates and replaces electrolytes lost during and after moderate to strenuous physical activity. It has zero calories and a superior taste profile, and is the first product in the category that will strongly appeal to women. In a recent U.S. clinical trial, Aqua-Lyte was the preferred choice for hydration and electrolyte replacement. It is available in three separate delivery systems: bulk concentrate for bottled water manufacturers, bulk concentrate for individual packaging as a supplement for bottled beverages, and a powdered form for use in stick packs as a supplement for bottled beverages.Photo: