Hydration Sachets

Our hydration sachets are specifically formulated to help meet the daily hydration and electrolyte needs of pregnant and breastfeeding women.

 
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  • Ingredients

    What’s in it

    • Sucrose
    • Natural sweeteners: Erythritol, Steviol, Glucosides
    • Food Acid: Citric Acid
    • Natural Flavours
    • Minerals: Sodium Citrate, Potassium Citrate, Magnesium Phosphate
    • Vitamins: Ascorbic Acid, Folic Acid
    • Natural Colours: Black Carrot, Carotene

    What’s not

    • Low sugar (2.5g/100ml)
    • Low sodium (15mg/100ml)
    • Low calorie (47kj/100ml)
    • No artificial sweeteners
    • No artificial colours
    • No artificial flavours
  • Nutritional Information

    Aquamamma Per 19.5g
    Serving
    Av. Qty
    Per 100mL*
    Energy 334kJ 67kJ
    Protein 1g <1g
    Fat – Total 1g <1g
    Saturated <0.1g <0.1g
    Carbohydrates
    (Coconut & Orange)
    17.6g 3.5g
    Sugars 12.5g 2.5g
    Sodium 71mg 14.2mg
    Magnesium 22mg 4.4mg
    Potassium 140mg 28mg
    Vitamin C 30mg 6mg
    Folic Acid 20µg 4µg

    * When prepared as directed.

  • Perfect for hydration at home or on-the-go.
  • Helps rehydrate after morning sickness and during labour.
  • Folic Acid, Vitamin C and Magnesium to help you meet your daily needs.
  • Developed by a leading Australian obstetrician.
  • Discreet hydration (if you’re not ready to tell the world you’re pregnant).
  • MIGHT give you the energy to deal with parenting advice from your in-laws.

Directions for use

  1. Empty one sachet into a bottle filled with 500ml of water.
  2. Shake vigorously.
  3. Sip (gulp) delicately (thirstily).
  4. Feel a million times better than you did a minute ago.
 

FAQs

When you’re so nauseous you can’t keep anything down.   When you’re more ‘slow’ than ‘glow’.   When you’re grunting and sweating (and 💩 ing ) through labour.    When it’s 6pm and you haven’t had time to blink let alone drink.   When you’re dehydrated AF but can’t face another sip of water.