Solid Hydration Electrolyte Tablets Grape Flavor - 1 Bag - 80 Tablets

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*This product is for 1 bag of 80 tablets.
Water is vital for hydration, but it’s not the most effective method to replenish essential electrolytes. When poured into water, traditional powder mixes and rehydration drops are immediately diluted and undergo further filtration and breakdown in the digestive tract and liver. As a result, only about 20% of the electrolytes are absorbed into the body. The whole process can take up to 20 minutes.




Say goodbye to the limitations of traditional methods! Solid Hydration Rounds utilize intra-oral absorption (through the lining of the mouth), bypassing the digestive tract and liver. As the round dissolves, essential electrolytes are instantly delivered to your body. No more waiting, no more dilution.


Hydrate Better


SOLID® Electrolytes help you maintain the right balance of fluid, improving performance and staving off muscle cramps without chugging sports drinks or the annoyance of messy powder mixes. PERFECT FOR ATHLETES, SPORTS TEAMS, PREPPERS, SURVIVALISTS, ETC. Everybody needs electrolytes.

Instant Hydration


Nutrient Density Technology (NDT)® sends electrolytes through the lining of your mouth, directly to your bloodstream in as little as 1/10th of the time of powder mixes or sports drinks.

Up to 10x the Absorption


Intra-oral absorption means your G.I. tract won’t filter out active ingredients, so you’ll get more electrolytes with less waste than any other electrolyte product.

Convenience


No more bloating, cramping and unneeded trips to the restroom due to extra water weight.

Amazing Taste


Zero added sugar and low in calories.
 

 

GIVE YOUR GUT A DAY OFF


Introducing Solid Nutrition, the game-changing supplements that are taking the world by storm. What’s that? You already have supplements? News flash: those traditional supplements are a joke compared to Solid. They leave your gut destroyed, your liver overworked and they never mention the horrible absorption. Solid's nutrients absorb instantly, directly through the lining of the mouth -- completely bypassing the gut! The easiest and most effective supplements in the world. The truth is hard to swallow... even with those cool shaker bottles.
 

 

Real Customer Reviews


"This has changed my life! This is way more convenient. I don’t have to drink shaker cups full of product just to feel bloated afterward. It works so much better than anything else."


- Taylor M.


 
"This product has helped our football player so much! He’s very sensitive to tastes and textures but takes this before every practice and game. No more headaches and nausea due to dehydration. Highly recommend."
-Leigh P.
 
"I feel instantly a clear head and ready to take on my day."
-Kristin G.


AS FEATURED IN







Specifications


1 Bag: 4 Tablets (Rounds) per sachet (pouch.) 20 sachets per bag. 4 x 20 = 80 tablets in a bag.
1 Case: 30 Bags per case. 30 x 80 = 2,400 tablets in a case.
1 Pallet: 23 Cases per pallet. 23 x 2400 = 60,000 tablets in a pallet
 

FAQs


Q1: Doesn't it work just as well putting powder straight into my mouth?!
A1: No. Don’t tell us you’re one of THOSE people. Even when powder is not mixed in water, it is still swallowed down through the GI tract where it goes through the same 30-minute digestive and filtration process as the mixed method. So, if you want the same awful absorption while also looking silly trying not to choke down your precious powder… you do you boo-boo! You just better hope your gym crush is nice enough to let you know when you have a little something on your face.
 
Q2: Is mixing and drinking supplements really destroying my liver?
A2: Yes. You bet your boots! Hepatoxicity and chemically induced liver damage go hand-in-hand with drinking powder mixes, energy drinks and other popular energy and hydration supplements. So, if that’s the type of toxic relationship you’re looking for – be faithful to that shaker bottle, because it’s a match made in heaven! But if you’re trying not to destroy your precious organs from the inside out, just remember, winners suck, losers swallow.
 
Q3: Are electrolytes best mixed in water to help hydrate?
A3: No. Drinking water is a great way to get water. Drinking water is the worst way to get electrolytes! Getting electrolytes into the stomach makes zero difference. The goal is to get as much of those electrolytes as possible into the bloodstream. So, if you’re trying to uselessly fill your gut and feel like a water balloon, then drink away! But if your goal is to absorb as much electrolytes as possible, you have to skip the gut completely and absorb directly into the bloodstream… instantly.
 
Q4: Are you sure about all these claims?
A4: Yes. Make sure you sit down and buckle in though – because once you type hepatic first pass metabolism, you’re in for a wild ride! Presystemic metabolism and extensive biotransformation through the liver to drastically reduce the bioavailability of your expensive products is no joke! But we’ll leave all that official talk to the experts (check it out for yourself). Hopefully we’ve been keeping our hands and feet inside at all times while these companies have enjoyed taking us for a ride!
 

SOLID SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY



How does Solid work?





If you’re not injecting your nutrition and supplementation beneath the skin, you’re probably taking them through the mouth. But how does it get where it needs to go so your body can put it to work?
When you swallow other supplements, they have to travel through your intestines, stomach, and liver — a process that can filter out up to 90% of those nutrients. That means you’re lucky if your body absorbs 10% of the supplements you take!
Solid nutrients utilize intra-oral absorption, which means they get from the mouth to the bloodstream in less time than it took you to read this sentence. With Solid, you can absorb as much as 10X the amount of nutrients as with other options, and — because intra-oral absorption bypasses the gastrointestinal tract — your body can start using those nutrients right away.
More good news? Now you can skip added sugars, calories, water weight, ineffective absorption, wasted wait time, and the mess of traditional goos, gummies, energy drinks and powder mixes.
 

What is intra-oral absorption?



 
Intra-oral absorption is the world’s fastest, most convenient, and most effective supplement-delivery method, proven repeatedly in independent, third-party studies.
Our bodies can absorb nutrients — instantly and directly into the bloodstream — through the lining of the mouth (buccal tissueoral mucosa and sublingual capillaries), but other products have to rely on the long, slow, and exclusionary process of the GI tract, where they undergo a process known as hepatic first-pass metabolism, which filters out and eliminates from your system up to 90% of what you were looking for.
 

What is Nutrient Density Technology?


Solid supplements use our own proprietary (no one else has it) patent-pending (no one can get it) Nutrient Density Technology (NDT) to harness the power of intra-oral absorption for maximum nutrition intake and effectiveness. This innovation also means Solid uses no fillers, binders or sugars, making it the fastest, most effective and nutrient-dense supplement delivery the world has seen.

CLINICAL STUDIES & SCIENTIFIC REVIEWS


Intra-oral delivery 
"The oral mucosa has a thin epithelium and rich vascularity, which favor absorption; however, contact is usually too brief for substantial absorption. A drug placed between the gums and cheek (buccal administration) or under the tongue (sublingual administration) is retained longer, enhancing absorption."
https://www.merckmanuals.com/professional/clinical-pharmacology/pharmacokinetics/drug-absorption
 
"Oral mucosal drug delivery is an alternative method of systemic drug delivery that offers several advantages over both injectable and enteral methods. Because the oral mucosa is highly vascularized, drugs that are absorbed through the oral mucosa directly enter the systemic circulation, bypassing the gastrointestinal tract and first-pass metabolism in the liver."
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12126458
 
"Sublingual or buccal forms of drugs have their advantages. The cheek and area under the tongue have many capillaries, or tiny blood vessels. There, drugs can be absorbed directly into the bloodstream without going through your digestive system. Further, these drugs do not go through the digestive system, so they aren’t metabolized through your liver. This means you may be able to take a lower dose and still get the same results."
https://www.healthline.com/health/sublingual-and-buccal-medication-administration
 
"The absorption of the drug through the sublingual route is 3x –10x greater than the [traditional] oral route and is only surpassed by hypodermic injection. Sublingually absorbed nutrition avoids exposure to the gastric system and liver, meaning direct nutritional benefits." 
https://innovareacademics.in/journal/ijpps/Vol3Suppl2/1092.pdf
 
"Intraoral delivery of dietary supplements and nutraceuticals through the mucosal linings of the oral cavity offers distinct advantages over peroral delivery through the GI tract.  Supplements taken up by the oral mucosa directly enter the systemic circulation from the jugular vein, thus avoiding passage through the liver where they may undergo undesirable metabolism (1st pass liver effects). Other tangible benefits include increased absorption, faster onset of actions and greater bioavailability. Furthermore, intraoral delivery does not require swallowing and does not produce gastrointestinal irritation."
Advantages of intraoral delivery include:

  • Increased bioavailability 
  • Rapid absorption and onset of actions 
  • Avoids presystemic elimination in the GI tract
  • Avoids first-pass effect of the liver 
  • Avoids exposure to a hostile GI environment

https://life-enhancement.com/pages/intraoral-delivery-is-a-better-route
 
First Pass Metabolism
"The first pass effect is a phenomenon in which a drug gets metabolized at a specific location in the body that results in a reduced concentration of the active drug upon reaching its site of action or the systemic circulation. The first pass effect is often associated with the liver, as this is a major site of drug metabolism." 
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK551679/
 
"First-pass metabolism: a process in which a drug administered by mouth is absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract and transported via the portal vein to the liver, where it is metabolized. As a result, in some cases only a small proportion of the active drug reaches the systemic circulation and its intended target tissue. First-pass metabolism can be bypassed by giving the drug via sublingual or buccal routes."
https://www.slideshare.net/BUDDHABHUSHAN0/first-pass-metabolism-buddhabhushan-dongre
 
"Two ways to bypass first pass metabolism involve giving the drug by sublingual and buccal routes.
In buccal administration the drug is placed between the teeth and the mucous membrane of the cheek. Sublingual and buccal methods both avoid destruction by the GI fluids and first pass effect of the liver."
https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/nmp/sonet/rlos/bioproc/metabolism/02.html
 
"To be absorbed, a drug [swallowed] orally must survive encounters with low pH and numerous GI secretions, including potentially degrading enzymes. Absorption of oral [swallowed] drugs involves transport across membranes of the epithelial cells in the GI tract. The stomach has a relatively large epithelial surface, but its thick mucus layer and short transit time limit absorption. Absorption is affected by:"

  • Differences in luminal pH along the GI tract
  • Surface area per luminal volume
  • Blood perfusion
  • Presence of bile and mucus
  • The nature of epithelial membranes

https://www.merckmanuals.com/professional/clinical-pharmacology/pharmacokinetics/drug-absorption
 
Bioavailability
"A common belief regarding bioavailability of dietary supplements is that they have to be in solution to be absorbed in the body. However, the veracity of this axiom with regard to commercially available supplements was recently called into question."
https://academic.oup.com/jn/article/131/4/1349S/4686865
 
"Ingested fluids are not easily assimilated into the body. They are initially stored in the stomach, and there is little net absorption of water or solute across the gastric mucosa."
https://academic.oup.com/nutritionreviews/article/73/suppl_2/57/1930269
 
"When we take nutrition orally in tablet or capsule form, the digestive system has to work hard to digest them. Oftentimes, the stomach breaks vitamins down before they can make it to the liver for filtration and then enter the bloodstream."
https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/food-junkie/201810/what-you-need-know-about-sublingual-vitamins
 
Liver Damage -- from traditional supplements
"Many adverse effects are linked to consuming dietary supplement products, including hepatoxicity, or chemically induced liver damage, according to the Drug-Induced Liver Injury Network. A recent paper from two University of Michigan hepatologists highlights the liver dangers associated with consuming some dietary supplements designed to build muscle or lose weight."
https://labblog.uofmhealth.org/industry-dx/many-popular-dietary-supplements-can-yield-dangerous-liver-results
 
"In about half the cases involving bodybuilding supplements and 41% of cases involving weight loss supplements, researchers concluded that the products definitely were the cause of drug-induced liver injury. These people weren’t taking any other medications."
https://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/news/20120523/some-dietary-supplements-linked-to-liver-damage
 
"Herbal and Dietary supplements (HDS) are used increasingly in both the United States and worldwide and HDS induced liver injury in the U.S. has increased proportionally. The major implicated agents include multi-ingredient nutritional supplements (MINS). The majority of HDS-associated liver injury are due to MINS."
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27677775/
 
"Many herbal remedies and dietary supplements can harm the liver, including some that you can easily buy online or over-the-counter in drug or health food stores. The studies also found that injuries linked to those supplements are rising fast, jumping from just 7% of all drug-induced liver injuries in 2004 to about 20% in 2014."
https://www.consumerreports.org/health/liver-damage-from-supplements-is-on-the-rise/
 
 
*Not all of these statements and claims have not been evaluated by the FDA.