Watch Out Tiger: Theo Ratliff Has His Own Sports Drink, Too

by louabbott on May 20, 2008

May 20, 2008

He’s not the first Piston I’d pick to have his own signature sports drink, but there it is: Theo Ratliff is the man on the label of Rebound fx.

After the fifth and deciding game against the Magic last week, I spotted a box of Rebound fx in Ratliff’s locker. I asked about it, and he proudly explained it’s a supplement you mix with water — you can buy it in bulk or portable 1 oz. packages that you pour into a water bottle. Not a lot of athletes this side of Tiger Woods have their own sports drink, so I had to ask him some more questions.

As he explained, soon after he as traded to Atlanta in 2002, he was introduced to Dr. Joel Wallach, whose company, Youngevity, created vitamin and mineral supplements. After averaging 45 missed games a season from 1999-2000 through 2001-02, Dr. Wallach helped him get back on the court. “I learned that I was mineral deficient, and that’s why my body was breaking down so much. And once I started getting into minerals, taking the calcium and doing that program, then my body got back together.”

Read the entire article at NBA Fanhouse

Also, read our company overview:  Youngevity Facts, News and Review

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