ZYM Goes the Distance

With its mantra of Drop It, Dissolve It, Down It, runners, cyclists, endurance athletes and others on-the-go continue to discover the benefits of client ZYM, a portable electrolyte drink launched by Chicagoan Brian Koff, and now available globally.

ZYM is a small tablet that quickly dissolves in water, providing a powerful fuel to replenish electrolytes and deliver natural energy and higher endurance. The popular drink tabs are available in two formulas:

ZYM Endurance Formula combats fatigue, muscle cramps and lactic acid build-up with a blend of electrolytes, B Vitamins, stomach-soothing carbonates and other unique elements. With a crisp lemon-lime flavor, just 1g sugar, 1g carbs and only 7 calories. Available in 10 tab tube at MSRP of $7.99, or box of 20 individually-wrapped tabs at MSRP of $14.99.

ZYM Catapult Formula offers a refreshing berry flavor to replenish electrolytes with an added energy boost. This 0 carb, 0 sugar, 4 calorie, no-after-taste formula is infused with guaraná (100 mg of caffeine); a natural stimulant to maintain stamina and combat fatigue, while packed with Vitamin B-12 to fight-off caffeine jitters. Available in 10 tab tube at MSRP of $8.99.

“We’re hitting the mark on many levels,” says Chicago-based ZYM creator Brian Koff. “We’re compact, portable, eco-friendly, and easy to ship anywhere in the world. At the same time, we’ve developed a formula like no one else, all with 0 to 1g carbs, 0 to 1g sugar, virtually no calories, and gluten-free.

Through a network of retailers, on-line dealers, and distributors ZYM is now available nationally, and internationally, throughout Europe, the UK, New Zealand, Australia, and South America.

In the Chicago-area, ZYM is carried at more than 100 retail locations, including all Sports Authority stores (plus 400+ nation-wide) Performance Bike, Fleet Feet, Kozy’s Cyclery, Erehwon, and the East Bank Club.

For more information, to order direct, or to find more local ZYM retailers, visit www.gozym.com.

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