DateAugust 1, 2014
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Exercise and Electrolytes – How to Maintain Your Healthy Habits

As adults, we are under a lot of pressure – from our jobs, our families, our friends, and sometimes, even the media. We’ve all Googled how to lose weight and eat better, but how many of us have actually stuck to our goals, be they of a New Year’s resolution vein or something we strive […]

DateJuly 30, 2014
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Are Sports Drinks Unnecessary?

A recently published article from CBC News states that sports drinks are unnecessary and counterproductive for most people. When you reach for a sports drink after your workout, you may be potentially cancelling out all the hard work you just did at the gym. Most people don’t sweat hard enough during their workout (unless operating […]

DateJuly 24, 2014
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Electrolyte Drinks: Health vs. Hype

Hydration before, during, and after exercise is paramount – most of us, even if we’re not athletes, realize this – but what is the best practice for accomplishing this? Is water enough, or should you work in a sports drink into your workout? It all depends on your exercise program, and how much you sweat […]

DateJuly 23, 2014
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Electrolyte Drinks: From Best to Worst

You are probably familiar with the pros of giving your children an electrolyte drink when they are sick and/or dehydrated – after all, you’ve read all of Leolyte’s informative, interesting, and pertinent blog articles! But are there any electrolyte drinks out there that are not beneficial for your kids? Do they all contain the same […]

DateApril 25, 2014
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Global Dehydration in Children: How We Can Change It

On our planet, children are the victims of hunger and dehydration most in the public eye. Think about it – how often have you seen photos of starving, dehydrated children in third-world countries with distended bellies or their ribs sticking out, their arms looking sickly and thin? Those children and like them who are undernourished […]

DateApril 23, 2014
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Infant Diarrhea: Avoidance, Prevention, and Care

Most of us don’t discuss our bowel movements with our family and friends. But when you’re a parent, it can often be the #1 topic of discussion. New parents constantly think of their babies – what they’re doing, how they’re sleeping, and what they’re eating. Because infants cannot tell us why they’re crying, it’s up […]

DateApril 21, 2014
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Which Hydrates Better – Sports Drinks or Water?

A common theme in advertising is claiming that one product is better than another. You’ve probably seen commercials for sports drinks that claim to be packed full of electrolytes, giving you the added boost you wouldn’t normally get from plain water. The ads’ message seems to be unchanging throughout the years, which could mean that […]

DateFebruary 25, 2014
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Leolyte: Allow Us To Introduce Ourselves

Every parent dreads the day when their child gets really, truly sick – even if it is just a common cold. The fact is, illness and subsequent dehydration can affect children more harshly than adults – sometimes, with fatal consequences. That’s where Leolyte comes in. Leolyte is the #1 pediatrician-recommended brand of oral electrolyte solution […]

DateSeptember 3, 2013
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There’s only so much that can be done to prevent the effects of cold and flu season. When children are exposed to germs at school, it’s only a matter of time before the flu virus strikes. What can you do when your child gets sick? Start by keeping them home, then get them comfortable, help […]

DateAugust 16, 2013
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When your child is sick, you want to do whatever you can to make them better. In the case of dehydration, that means replenishing fluids. When the body is losing more fluids than usual because of diarrhea, vomiting, and/or a high fever, parents will need to ensure that a child is taking in enough fluids to make up the difference.

ATTENTION: Help prevent the flu and a troubled tummy by cleaning toys and door handles.