With nearly 60% of the human body being made up of water, it comes as no shock that we need this essential substance to keep our bodies functioning, feeling and looking their best. But many of us can openly admit that we aren’t consuming as much water as we need. And those of us who do spend the day chugging glasses of water may be surprised to learn that ordinary water doesn’t always lead to maximum hydration. So, what does? Keep reading to find out.


Whether you’ve started feeling the side effects of dehydration, need an extra boost after the gym or just want to make the most out of every sip of water you drink, there is a way to supercharge a regular glass of water for maximum benefits, and it’s as easy as it is effective.

It begins with a special range of naturally occurring substances, many of which go on a long journey—starting in the rock, soil and water—before enriching the vegetation and ultimately, the foods we eat. These essential elements are then used by the body in a variety of different ways to help support over 100 bodily functions as well as everything from your bones and heart to your muscles and brain.

What are they? Minerals.

When it comes to hydration, minerals play an important role in water absorption. Sodium, potassium, calcium, chloride, magnesium, and phosphate are important minerals, known as electrolytes, that help balance water in your body, regulating cell functions and ensuring that your body is properly absorbing nutrients. So, mineral-infused water not only provides your body with some of the building blocks it needs to survive, it also helps optimize your water intake.


In theory, you should be able to attain the minerals your body needs through meals, but by adding minerals into the water you drink, you can help boost hydration right at the source.

That’s where a mineral supplement comes in.

Mineral supplements that can be mixed into water are an excellent way to boost daily intake and help fill any gaps in hydration, however it is important to do your research when choosing which supplement is best for you. While supplements on the market may claim to support hydration, they can also contain minerals from problematic sources or lack the proper formula for max absorption. Not to mention, many of the most popular electrolyte sports drinks may exclude vital minerals in their formulas and are often loaded with added sugar and artificial dyes.


When deep diving into the world of vital nutrients, you must first understand that all minerals are not created (or needed) equally. In fact, they are split into two distinct groups, known as macro and micro minerals.

Macro minerals | Like the name suggests, these minerals are needed in large doses—typically 100 mg or more each day—to help keep the body functioning at its best. There are 7 types of macro minerals—calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sulfur, sodium, chloride, and potassium[1]—and they each help support a variety of processes like making hormones, building blood and regulating heartbeat.[2]

Micro minerals | Often referred to as trace minerals, these types of essential elements are needed by the body in smaller doses. But don’t think that means they are any less important. Micro minerals help serve key bodily functions like regulating blood sugar and building bones. They include chromium, copper, fluoride, iodine, iron, manganese, molybdenum, selenium, and zinc.

FACT: Iron and zinc are among the most common mineral deficiencies, with 1/3 of the worldwide population being deficient in iron[3] and 1.1 billion people experiencing low levels of zinc.[4]

So, if you’re new to mineral supplementation—or if you’re beginning to question whether your current supplement is hitting the mark—finding a clean label formula that checks off each of these key minerals should take top priority. And lucky for you, Modere has just what you need!


A box of Modere Revitalize. Two dirty carrots and a handful of blueberries and raspberries are scattered to the left of the box. A Revitalize sachet is to the right of the box.

Supercharge a regular glass of water with a powerful blend of key minerals to help boost energy levels and promote optimal health. Modere Revitalize is a natural, caffeine-free supplement that you can add to your water to help fuel your body with 7 essential minerals, plus an array of trace minerals from the Sundance Sea. This convenient, on-the-go packet is made with clean ingredients that help fill common nutritional gaps in everyday diets while invigorating your body with a complete list of minerals to help:

  • Support metabolism*
  • Encourage hydration*
  • Promote healthy energy levels*
  • Support health and well-being*


Revitalize not only provides on-the-go mineral support to help keep your body functioning at peak performance levels, it also features a very rare ingredient that helps maximize mineral bioavailability. Known as shilajit, this naturally occurring phytocomplex is rich in fulvic acid and has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years. Found only in certain remote areas of the world including the Himalayas, shilajit is highly prized for its ability to transport minerals in the body while also supporting energy metabolism, among numerous other benefits. This means that you can experience the benefits of Revitalize faster with our powerhouse combination of macro and micro minerals.*

Revitalize is formulated with science-backed ingredients that take your hydration to the next level, so your body can function, look and feel its best.* What’s more, our clean label formula is non-GMO, vegan, gluten-free and features a light, delicious berry flavor from natural, phytonutrient-rich fruit juices. Last but not least, many of the minerals found in our delicious Revitalize supplement come from the pristine underground salt deposit left behind by the Sundance Sea, treating your body to pure minerals that are sustainably and reliably sourced!

Don’t let a lack of minerals hold your body back from performing at its best. If you’re looking for a convenient way to amp up your hydration, look no further than Modere Revitalize.* And to find out more about the complete lineup of Modere clean label dietary supplements, visit modere.com.

[1] https://www.britannica.com/science/macromineral

[2] https://www.news-medical.net/health/Macrominerals-and-Trace-Minerals-in-the-Diet.aspx#:~:text=The%20minerals%20are%20used%20for,are%20needed%20in%20large%20amounts.

[3] https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/food-science/iron-deficiency-anemia

[4] https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/320393

*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.