Pedialyte

Pedialyte

a trademark for a balanced solution containing various electrolytes.
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Pedialyte is top-recommended in the new "Hydration Support" list.
They were then instructed to replenish the child's fluids with Pedialyte.
For example, a dehydrated, mineral-depleted athlete is likely to find Pedialyte neutral-tasting or even deliciously refreshing.
New York, Oct 12 ( ANI ): Pedialyte, the electrolyte-loaded liquid, which is given to dehydrated babies, has become popular among adults for hangover cure.
She recounted that Morris chose to perform the surgery in her house and claimed that the substance, that she had stored in a Pedialyte bottle was 100% silicone.
There have been some limited Big Pharma success stories; Abbott Labs is a leader in both child and adult nutraceuticals with its high science Pedialyte and Ensure products.
Some children will not take Pedialyte because of its slightly salty taste, in which case Gatorade is a less ideal but acceptable alternative.
7 pounds, made the 155 pound limit, and reached into my book-bag, which had been filled with poetry books during the semester, for olive oil, protein bars, fish oil pills, bananas, and the staple of any smart fighters post weigh-in meal, Pedialyte.
This issue can be overcome by allowing the infant to ingest Pedialyte (Ross Products, Columbus, OH) during the examination.
Fluids, such as Pedialyte and Gatorade can help replace important nutrients and improve bowel symptoms, especially for those with diarrhea due to a virus or bacteria.
Snider to mix Sprite or ginger ale with Pedialyte and start Luke on a diet of bananas, rice, applesauce and toast.
When sick, ask your doctor to recommend an electrolyte drink such as Pedialyte.