Pedialyte Uses For When They Aren’t Sick

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Moms know Pedialyte is great when the kids are sick, but did you know that it can be used to keep your kids hydrated in the heat and after exercise? Get it in liquid, powder packs and freezer pops, making it easy to rehydrate at home or on the go.

Pedialyte. If you have kids, chances are you know what it is and why every mom has it in her Super Mom belt. Moms love it because its the #1 pediatrician-recommended oral electrolyte solution AND the #1 pharmacist recommended brand for hydration. Moms also love it because it works. Kids love it because it tastes good.

When the kids are sick, I always grab some Pedialyte because it has the balance of sugar and sodium to prevent dehydration due to vomiting and diarrhea in children (and adults.) I know when we were kids that my mom always got us a citrusy soda to help our tummies, but things like sports drinks, juice, and soda are too high in sugar and too low in sodium, which is an important electrolyte lost due to diarrhea and vomiting.

Pedialyte Uses For When They Aren’t Sick

Moms know Pedialyte is great when the kids are sick, but did you know that it can be used to keep your kids hydrated in the heat and after exercise? Get it in liquid, powder packs and freezer pops, making it easy to rehydrate at home or on the go.

Did you know that there are lots of other times that Pedialyte can come in handy, too! You may have never thought about it, but Pedialyte fights dehydration not only when they’re sick, but also after exercise, too much heat or time outside, and when you’re traveling.

Untitled Moms know Pedialyte is great when the kids are sick, but did you know that it can be used to keep your kids hydrated in the heat and after exercise? Get it in liquid, powder packs and freezer pops, making it easy to rehydrate at home or on the go.

Living in So Cal, we spend a lot of time outdoors. And in the summer, it gets HOT! We spend time at the pool, in Palm Springs, on the river in Parker, AZ, and the kids play outside in their bathing suits all summer long. One way to keep them hydrated throughout the day is with Pedialyte.

Moms know Pedialyte is great when the kids are sick, but did you know that it can be used to keep your kids hydrated in the heat and after exercise? Get it in liquid, powder packs and freezer pops, making it easy to rehydrate at home or on the go.

Pedialyte isn’t just sold in 1 liter bottles – it’s also available in liquid, powder packs and freezer pops, making it easy to rehydrate at home or on the go.

Moms know Pedialyte is great when the kids are sick, but did you know that it can be used to keep your kids hydrated in the heat and after exercise? Get it in liquid, powder packs and freezer pops, making it easy to rehydrate at home or on the go.

When we are at home and they’re out playing, they like the Freezer Pops. When we go to the river where we spend all day on the boat, I always bring the powder packs which can easily be added to cold water.

Moms know Pedialyte is great when the kids are sick, but did you know that it can be used to keep your kids hydrated in the heat and after exercise? Get it in liquid, powder packs and freezer pops, making it easy to rehydrate at home or on the go.

If you’re a new mom or not sure where to find Pedialyte, you’ll always find it in the baby section at Walmart. You can’t miss it; just look for the rainbow of colors!

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Moms know Pedialyte is great when the kids are sick, but did you know that it can be used to keep your kids hydrated in the heat and after exercise? Get it in liquid, powder packs and freezer pops, making it easy to rehydrate at home or on the go.

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