Lifeaid has released zero-sugar drinks Fitaid Zero and Fitaid Rx Zero in the US market.

Free from artificial sweeteners, the drink variants contain Lifeaid’s proprietary formula of branched-chain amino acids, turmeric, natural caffeine and ingredients such as glucosamine, glutamine, arginine, b-complex, vitamins C and D, omega-3 and coenzyme Q₁₀.

Lifeaid co-founder and president Aaron Hinde said: “There’s a lot of attention being placed on not-so-good-for-you workout drinks that are chock full of junk and unhealthy amounts of caffeine, taurine, sodium and sugar.

“We’re proud to offer the fitness community clean, sugar-free, post-workout recovery options.”

“That’s why we’re proud to offer the fitness community clean, sugar-free, post-workout recovery options with Fitaid Zero and Rx Zero.

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“Crafting better-for-you recovery options without the use of artificial sweeteners, sucralose or aspartame, while being sugar-free and still offering great taste, is something our team is very proud of accomplishing.”

Both products are said to have been sweetened with Monk Fruit and Stevia.

Consumers can now purchase the sugar-free recovery blends on Lifeaid’s website for $59.76 for a 24-can case and at select retailers and gyms for $2.99 per 12oz can.

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Fitaid Zero and Fitaid Rx Zero will join Lifeaid’s existing portfolio, which includes Lifeaid, Fitaid, Focusaid, Immunitiyaid Partyaid and Golferaid.

In July 2016, Lifeaid Beverage Company secured an investment from private-equity firm KarpReilly to help fund its growth.