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Cera Products CeraLyte Rehydration Drink

CeraLyte packets contain an appropriate scientifically designed blend of carbohydrates and salts needed to replace those lost from diarrhea and can help to prevent and correct dehydration and, for infectious diarrhea, promote fast recovery and avert an IV.

Cera Products CeraLyte Rehydration Drink

Primary Function: To create an effective oral electrolyte solution to combat the effects of dehydration from lost fluids.

Targeted Beneficiaries: Individuals suffering from diarrhea.

Need Addressed: Treatement and prevention of dehydration.

Uniqueness: CeraLyte is a rice-based solution which is effective in reducing both the volume and duration of diarrhea, and can reduce fluid losses up to 30%.

Dimensions: Packets from 10g to 50g, can also buy 1 liter "Ready to Drink" cases. A lower sodium and potassium blend, CeraSport ORS, is available in powder packets, in ready to drink and concentrate forms in a variety of flavors.

User Requirements: For powder, ready to mix and dissolve in the appropriate amount of clean water.

Resources: CeraLyte Q&A

Approximate Cost: Sampler packs and cases from $20.00 to $260.00 (CeraLyte 50 and CeraLyte 70: $138.00/100 packets (10g), CeraLyte 90: $260.00/100 packets (50g)

Cera Products CeraLyte Rehydration Drink

Geographic Coverage: National and International

Distributor: Cera Products

Primary Contacts: None Listed

Languages Spoken: English

Phone Number: (410) 309-1000; 1-(888) CERALYTE (1-888-237-2598)

Physical Address: 9017 Mendenhall Court, Columbia, MD 21045.

Website: http://www.ceraproductsinc.com/productline/ceralyte.html

Other Information and Links: www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-Qf768ioRQ; www.youtube.com/watch?v=dum-S2VGBhI

Cera Products CeraLyte Rehydration Drink

CeraLyte packets contain an appropriate scientifically designed blend of carbohydrates and salts needed to replace those lost from diarrhea and can help to prevent and correct dehydration and, for infectious diarrhea, promote fast recovery and avert an IV.

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