“Energy Barometer” by 5280 The Denver Magazine

Article from 5280 website: http://www.5280.com/magazine/2013/12/energy-barometer Energy Barometer Colorado-made sports drinks and snacks are superpopular. But are they right for you? Papaya passion fruit. Lemon cookie. Mountain grape. Combining the allure of the candy aisle with the promise to keep athletes hydrated and energized, the crop of Colorado performance foods and beverages could tempt even the casual mall-walker.…

Mountain Magazine: Summer 2013

When you train in the mountains you are facing a dual challenge: training plus elevation.  Training and competing at elevation means doing so with less oxygen, under more intense sunlight, in a drier climate.  The mountains themselves challenge athletes and push them to the limits of their potential. Acli-Mate Mountain Sport Drink takes elevation out…

Living at Altitude: The pros and cons of a high-altitude lifestyle

Article from the Gunnison Country Times ‘Healthy Living’  issue. Winter 2012 Written by Laura Anderson Living at high altitude has its advantages — namely beautiful scenery, majestic mountains, clean air and inspiring recreation opportunities. But the thin air (with less oxygen) and decreased atmospheric pressure can also be tough on your system, particularly if you’re…

Acli-Mate® Natural Sport Drink: Creates New Flavor & Improves Packaging

Gunnison, Colorado • July 30, 2012 Acli-Mate® Mountain Sport Drink, an all-natural altitude + energy aid and performance sport drink, introduces the new Colorado Cran-Raspberry flavor in the 100% natural mountain sport drink & endurance formulas. Acli-Mate® has also improved packaging and manufacturing processes to meet consumer demand, strict quality standards and rapid company growth.…