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Product Description
  • MORE ELECTROLYTES: Pedialyte AdvancedCare® Plus powder packets have 33% more electrolytes* in every serving to replace more of what you’ve lost due to dehydration
  • CONVENIENT: It’s easy to take powder packs anywhere–just add to water. Great for kids and adults
  • PREBIOTICS: Has PreActiv® Prebiotics to help support digestive health
  • ADVANCED REHYDRATION: Pedialyte electrolyte solutions help prevent mild to moderate dehydration more effectively than common beverages by quickly replenishing fluids and electrolytes
  • RECOMMENDED: From the #1 pediatrician and pharmacist recommended brand for hydration 

Pedialyte AdvancedCare Plus Electrolyte Solution offers 33% more electrolytes* to help prevent dehydration and help you feel better fast. From the #1 pharmacist and pediatrician recommended brand for hydration, Pedialyte AdvancedCare Plus has PreActiv Prebiotics to help support digestive health and is designed to help prevent mild to moderate dehydration in children and adults more effectively than common beverages.

*60 mEq sodium electrolytes per liter vs 45 mEq in original Pedialyte.

Among pediatricians and pharmacists surveyed, respectively (2019). Data on file with manufacturer.

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Flavors Orange Breeze
Form Powder Packs
Nutrition Facts


Anhydrous Dextrose, Short-chain Fructooligosaccharides, Citric Acid, Salt, Potassium Citrate, Sodium Citrate. Less than 2% of: Natural & Artificial Flavor, Calcium Silicate, Acesulfame Potassium, Sucralose, and Yellow 6.

Serving Size: 17 g (1 Packet)

Nutrient Data

Amount per serving % Daily Value*
Calories : 50 50  
Total Fat, g : 0 0 0
Sodium, mg : 650 650 28
Total Carbohydrate, g : 12 12 4
Total Sugars, g : 12 12  
Added Sugars, g : 12 12 24
Protein, g : 0 0  


Amount per serving % Daily Value*
Chloride, mg : 840 840 35
Potassium, mg : 370 370 8

* Not a significant source of saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, dietary fiber, vitamin D, calcium and iron. The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.