I have been compensated by Pedialyte for this post; however, I am sharing my own thoughts. All opinions are my own.
Living in Hawaii is tough work, I mean between hikes and beach days, our kids are run ragged. I know. You totally feel sorry for us. Okay, probably not but even though we’re not experiencing a cold winter, we still tackle those winter sickies. Luckily, we’ve found that using Pedialyte at Walmart helps combat the mild dehydration that we experience when sick. I have taken to keeping the powder packs in the car for quick rehydration needs and I always have a bottle on hand in the fridge in case one of my kiddos wakes up with a cold.
Pedialyte is a convenient and healthy way to keep my kids hydrated after a day filled with activities. Since sports drinks, soda, and juice are high in sugar and low in sodium, they do not meet the medical guidelines for helping to prevent dehydration. As I said, I keep the powder packs in my trunk for on-the-go hydration. All you need is a bottle of water, just mix it in and go! Since we were planning a busy day of playing at the park and running errands, I brought along the liquid. Blueberry has had a stuffy nose and I knew it was important to make sure she was getting just enough sugar in balance with sodium to keep her feeling happy.
I got all my Pedialyte from the baby section at Walmart. It was easy to find and since Ibotta was offering $2 off any (2) one liter bottles, I knew I had to have it. I love Ibotta, don’t you? In addition to the liquid and powder packs, Pedialyte also offers freezer pops, which are perfect for when your little one has a sore throat!
Using Pedialyte helps me to keep my kids hydrated all year round, no matter what sickness is affecting them. It’s such an easy way to make sure we all stay in our best shape. What secret weapon do you use to keep your kids healthy and hydrated?