Can of Lemondade / Lemongrass flavor True Hydration on a yellow pedestal with lemon slices in the air on a yellow background

True Hydration

Everyday hydration for healthy aging

Rethink your Drink

Water is essential, but just drinking more may not give your body the things it needs most. Many hydration products have the right idea — get your body more electrolytes — but the wrong execution. They rely on sugar and sodium to transport electrolytes, which only succeeds in hydrating around your cells

Getting electrolytes inside your cells requires a new approach.

True Hydration™ is the answer.

It's a patent-pending formula that combines the right ingredients with a way to deliver them inside your cells for rapid absorption. We call it Cellular-Level Hydration (CLH), and consistent daily use can offer a level of hydration you've never felt before. Our customers have shared some of the ways True Hydration has been helping them (your experience may be different):

  • Less frequent bathroom breaks
  • Boosted energy levels
  • Enhanced sleep quality
  • Overall improved well-being

Available in Two Refreshing Flavors

Comparison chart showing the difference between True Hydration and other hydration drink types.

IV-Quality Water

Two cans of True Hydration in shallow water on a blue background
Man holding a can of Unsweetened Lemon Water flavor True Hydration on a balcony

Proactive Hydration

Amino Acids For the Win

Three women raising cans of True Hydration
Two young women clinking cans of True Hydration in a tropical setting

The Right Osmolality

What people are saying

★★★★★

As I've been drinking longer I am seeing all these benefits, Mental focus and energy, no more brain fog, better sleep, my leg cramps have disappeared, No more bloating or heartburn - better digestion. And I love the sweetened flavor! Definitely worth giving it a try

Colleen
Lemonade / Lemongrass
★★★★★

We've burned through a few cases and it's pretty great. Better than all the flavored water IMO. 🙂

Randy
Unsweetened Lemon Water
★★★★★

I slept through the night and woke up refreshed and looking like I did 15 years ago. If that wasn’t good enough, I also had more energy and clarity throughout the day.

Linda F.
Lemonade / Lemongrass
★★★★★

Tastes great! I drink 2 cans every day and I feel the difference!!

Roshan
Unsweetened Lemon Water
★★★★★

I really like the fact that this contains no sodium. That's a huge plus. I'm not on any sodium restrictions but it's nice to know that you're not overdoing it. I'm a tennis player, and constantly needing to hydrate. I like the taste-not too sweet and my husband liked it a lot also

jo
Lemonade / Lemongrass
★★★★★

Within a day or two of drinking 2 cans a day I started noticing changes. I began to feel more energized throughout the day. I don't get as many headaches or leg cramps. I was able to increase my activity load and not be tired. I started sleeping more soundly and not having to get up in the night to use the bathroom. I absolutely LOVE this product and it really does make a difference!

Laura D.
Unsweetened Lemon Water
★★★★★

I work in a hot factory and this beverage in my lunch everyday was a nice alternative to drinking water all day. I felt energized and hydrated. Also, didnt send me to restroom half hour after drinking the full can.

Janice
Lemonade / Lemongrass

Frequently Asked Questions

The biggest difference is that True Hydration does not rely on sodium or sugar to achieve effective hydration inside your cells.

There are patents on the water filtration system and process, as well as the drink formulation.

We've carefully selected sucralose for our sweetened version that allows for a desirable taste without adding calories or impacting blood sugar levels. The amount of sucralose used is minimal, staying well within FDA-approved safe limits (you would need to consume over 25 cans a day to exceed the maximum FDA recommended intake). We also offer an unsweetened version for those who prefer hydration without any sweeteners.

We use natural flavors like Lemon or Lemon Grass to flavor our product. Listing them as "Natural Flavors" is the standard for labeling of the products for any natural flavors that are not intended to have nutritional value. Our natural flavor is Vegan, Natural (not synthetic), and Non GMO.

Generally speaking, you would supplement your normal drinking with True Hydration, not completely replace it. Each person's individual needs and hydration levels are different, so please consult a health professional for your specific requirements.

Many customers have experienced the benefits of True Hydration after drinking 1-2 cans/day, although individual results may vary. See True Hydration customer testimonials to see what benefits others have experienced.

We use BPANI liners to ensure the safety and quality of all our hydration products. BPANI liners are used in food and beverage containers as an alternative to traditional epoxy liners. They are made of materials that do not contain BPA.

The ultra pure (99.9999+% pure) water used in True Hydration is a crucial part of what makes this product so effective at hydrating inside your cells. Aluminum cans are the best way to ensure we can preserve the osmolality needed to deliver rapid electrolyte absorption.

Yes, True Hydration is safe for children.

The University of California, San Diego (UCSD) is concluding a clinical trial for True Hydration. Results will be made available once the study concludes (anticipated in Q2, 2024).

While not classified as IV water, True Hydration features water that undergoes a rigorous purification process, ensuring low impurity levels comparable to those found in IV solutions.

Osmolality measures the concentration of essential elements (like electrolytes in water), and plays a crucial role in determining what gets into your cells. True Hydration features an osmolality of 200 (within the range recommended by the World Health Organization) to ensure optimal absorption speed, without cellular bloat.

Supporting Studies

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2. Nakamura Y, Watanabe H, Tanaka A, Yasui M, Nishihira J, Murayama N. Effect of Increased Daily Water Intake and Hydration on Health in Japanese Adults. Nutrients. 2020 Apr 23;12(4):1191. doi: 10.3390/nu12041191. PMID: 32340375; PMCID: PMC7231288.

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10. Tai CY, Joy JM, Falcone PH, Carson LR, Mosman MM, Straight JL, Oury SL, Mendez C Jr, Loveridge NJ, Kim MP, Moon JR. An amino acid-electrolyte beverage may increase cellular rehydration relative to carbohydrate-electrolyte and flavored water beverages. Nutr J. 2014 May 26;13:47. doi: 10.1186/1475-2891-13-47. PMID: 24884613; PMCID: PMC4052333.

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