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Nuun Immunity: TRIPLE CHECK!
Introducing: the newest product you never want to leave home without again. Nuun Immunity was designed as a practical, portable immune system support product that should be included on your every packing checklist moving forward.
This Immunity smoothie is a great addition to a recovery meal. Nuun Immunity helps the recovery process from the inside out by fighting internal inflammation after a long or strenuous workout. Pair with a protein-forward meal + a foam roller, and you’ve got yourself a dynamite recovery plan!Read More
Nuun is excited to announce the newest addition to our hydration line-up: Nuun Immunity!
Whether you’re sick, on-the-go, or stressing your body through high intensity workouts, Nuun Immunity’s mix of botanicals and electrolytes aids in the protection of your immune system. We’ve combined anti-inflammatories (including Turmeric & Ginger), free-radical fighting antioxidants (hello Elderberry & Echinacea), and electrolytes to pack a triple punch in supporting immune health and protecting against common cold and flu symptoms.
Nuun takes the future of our planet very seriously. To date, we have saved over 72 million disposable plastic bottles from piling up in landfills and ocean water!
Nuun’s tablet form makes our product easy to ship and eliminates the need for single-use plastic bottle production and disposal. As part of our Earth Day celebrations, we are welcoming the greater Nuuniverse to participate in our clean planet initiatives.
The perfect rum cocktail just met its refreshment match! Our Fresh Lime “Nuunjito” is an electrolyte-charged version of the classic mojito.Read More
We've recruited Coach Mike to give you a road map on how to be a better runner. Some of you know Mike from one of the many race expos he works...but he's also the coach behind our Strava workouts! Answer a few quick questions below to find out how you can improve your running.Read More
At Nuun HQ, we like to get creative with our Nuun flavor combinations. Whether you’re filling a 32 oz water bottle and need to double up on tabs, or you’re splitting tabs for the perfect 16 oz refreshment, consider any of our favorite Nuun combos!Read More
This month’s Chef Vishal featured recipe is a tasty treat that provides for the busy athlete. This quick, easy and healthy meal is packed with healthy carbohydrates and proteins, making for a perfect dish the night before a longer run or intense workout.
Added bonus: this recipe is great to make is bulk and easy to re-heat for next day leftovers!
Long runs take a lot out of you. That’s why it’s important to make sure that you’re putting a lot back in! Both hydration and fuel play a major role in maintaining energy levels during a long run, but what is the optimal combination for long-haul success?
As a general rule of thumb, runs lasting less than 90-minutes can usually manage on solid, maintained hydration without the need for regular fuel stops. Workouts outlasting the 90-minute mark begin to take a different toll on your body. Over 90-minutes, carbohydrates play a key role in keeping your body fueled for continued endurance exercise.
While recognizing the global conversation around the sugar epidemic, the fact is that sugar is a carbohydrate. More specifically, it’s a carbohydrate that can efficiently fuel our bodies and optimizes fluid absorption, making it a helpful resource in your workout fuel plan (at the proper amounts). Not all sugar comes in the form of refined, white granular sugar that could immediately come to mind. Many nutrient dense foods provide a healthy dose of sugar carbohydrates needed for proper physiological functions and more specifically, endurance performance.
This is not to say that “more is better” when it comes to sugar and exercise. In fact, the near opposite is true. Too much sugar will stress your stomach and lead to GI distress (if you’ve been in this situation, you KNOW it’s not a good time). Additionally, too much sugar does have detrimental effects on your health. So, how much sugar is the “right” amount of sugar, and how should it be consumed with respect to exercise?