Company Headquarters: Seattle, WA

Highlights you don’t want to miss:

  • Pronounced “noon”
  • Nuun began as the first company to separate electrolyte replacement from carbohydrates. The result? A healthy, hydrating beverage without all of the extra sugar and additives.
  • Products are Formulated with a Plants-First Mindset:-Certified Gluten-Free by Gluten Intolerant Group

    -Kosher Certified by Orthodox Union

    -Certified Vegan by American Vegetarian Association

    -Informed Sport by LGC Sciences

    -Non GMO Project Verified by The Non-GMO Project 

What our Nutritionist* Says:

One of the biggest challenges while running is staying properly hydrated while still meeting your body’s electrolyte replenishment needs.  Dehydration can prevent runners from performing at their best. Nuun is a low carb alternative to provide you with the correct balance electrolytes needed to replenish the body during and after sweating hard on those hot, humid days.  Maintaining proper electrolytes in the body will help the muscles contract more efficiently, aid in the absorption of carbs, prevent muscle cramping.

Did you know…

You can plan ahead and pre-load on electrolytes the same way you can carbs!  They are best done together, so as you’re getting in extra carbs, aim for more electrolytes!  The easiest way is to reach for Nuun which has all the electrolytes that you need to pre-load and be ready to hit the ground running tomorrow!

What our Staff Say:

If I am preparing for an event I will load up on electrolytes the day before by drinking Nuun All Day – Rhea K.

Connect with Nuun on social media:

Social: @nuunhydration

Hashtags: #makeyourwatercount #stayhydrated

*Emily Bauman, MS, RD, CD went to undergrad at UW-Stout for dietetics where she also ran track and cross country.  For grad school and dietetic internship, she went to West Virginia University where she held a graduate assistantship (GA) in which she was responsible for helping build the sports nutrition undergrad curriculum alongside the undergrad program director and WVU’s sports dietitian.  This is also where she first started working at a running store, too (Morgantown Running)

Currently, she works at Bellin Health as an inpatient dietitian as well as an outpatient dietitian at the Marinette clinic where she does a wide variety of nutrition counseling and diabetic education.

She enjoys running, swimming, and biking as her main activities, but will also pull out her rollerblades, kayak or stand-up paddleboard occasionally to change it up.

When she is on a long bike ride, she likes to fuel up with GU, Huma, Skratch and alternate with water along the way.

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