Pedialyte Electrolyte Solution Unflavored Ready-to-Drink 1.1 qt. Bottle
No artificial flavors. One Liter of Pedialyte Provides: sodium, 45 mEq; potassium, 20 mEq; chloride, 35 mEq. Halal. No artificial dyes or sweeteners. No.1 Pharmacist & pediatrician recommended brand for hydration. Replaces electrolytes. Quickly replaces fluids and zinc. Trusted by doctors and hospitals since 1966. Pedialyte is designed to prevent dehydration (For mild to moderate dehydration) more effectively than common beverages. Level Per Liter: Pedialyte advanced care+; Pedialyte & Pedialyte advanced care; Sports drink; Soda; 100% apple juice; Water. Electrolyte sodium in Pedialyte compared to common beverages. Pedialyte quickly replenishes fluids, zinc and electrolytes to help prevent dehydration due to: vomiting & diarrhea; heat exhaustion; intense exercise; travel. Advanced rehydration: Replaces electrolytes (Pedialyte); Replaces electrolytes (Pedialyte advanced care); Replaces electrolytes (Pedialyte advanced care+). Advanced rehydration: Replenishes zinc (Pedialyte); Replenishes zinc (Pedialyte advanced care); Replenishes zinc (Pedialyte advanced care+). Advanced rehydration: Pre active prebiotics (Pedialyte advanced care); Pre active prebiotics (Pedialyte advanced care+). 33% more electrolytes (60 mEq sodium electrolyes per liter vs 45 mEq in original pedialyte) (Pedialyte advanced care+). Designed for fast, effective rehydration. www.Pedialyte.com. Questions or comments? Call 1-800-986-8441. Visit us at www.Pedialyte.com. Pedialyte Electrolyte Solution is an advanced hydration rehydration drink specially formulated with the optimal balance of sugar and electrolytes to help prevent dehydration in both kids and adults. From the #1 pediatrician* and pharmacist-recommended brand* for hydration, Pedialyte electrolyte drink is medical-grade hydration that quickly replenishes lost fluids and electrolytes. Pedialyte promotes fluid absorption more effectively than sports drinks, juice, or even water. Feel better fast with Pedialyte!
*Among pediatricians and pharmacists surveyed, respectively (2017). Data on file with manufacturer