More than 50% of people are dehydrated on a daily basis. Headaches, lack of focus, low energy, foggy mind, muscle cramps, dry skin or even bad breath are common signs of your body not getting enough hydration and electrolytes.


Powerful Electrolytes

Hydration isn't just about water. It's about how your body absorbs it and other nutrients into your bloodstream. When you are not hydrated enough due to sweating, exercise, work, travel, heat, or even alcohol, your body loses electrolytes. The most important are sodium, potassium, chloride and magnesium.

These electrolytes are responsible for more than hydration. They manage your body's fluid balance, get water into your cells and conduct nerve signals. Electrolytes are also crucial for creating energy, muscle function, and regulating blood pressure.

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Better Than Water Alone

In demanding situations, water alone may not be enough to keep you hydrated. You need key electrolytes to replace what's lost and ensure your body and brain run smoothly. That's where Liva comes in: it helps to restore your electrolyte and fluid balance for optimal hydration.

Liva is slightly hypotonic and has a lower osmolarity (200 mOsm/l). Hypotonic drinks are best for rapid rehydration and superior to isotonic or hypertonic ones or even plain water. So you can get nutrients into your system fast.

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Smart Hydration

ACTC™ is our proprietary blend of amino acids. We dug into every available scientific study on amino acids and their impact on rehydration and nutrient transport and selected five amino acids for their notable properties.

The amino acids in ACTC™ do three important things:

  • Transport nutrients into your cells
  • Help your body to absorb more electrolytes
  • Protect you from harmful bacteria and toxins

Research shows amino acids in ACTC™ outperform glucose in nutrient transport. They ensure thorough body hydration in three key areas: the vascular space (blood vessels), interstitial area (space between cells), and intracellular area (inside cells).

ACTC™ includes a precise blend of L-Threonine, L-Glycine, L-Valine, L-Aspartic Acid, and L-Tyrosine. Each amino acid in the blend has a specific role, and altering their balance could significantly change the formula's effectiveness.