Feel better fast with Biolyte: The Drinkable IV

An electrolytes drinks for diarrhea, nausea and other sicknesses

When you can’t hold anything down, you're pregnant and nauseous those first couple months, or you have a horrible case of the flu, you’re at risk of severe dehydration. These experiences make you sweat, vomit, or diarrhea, and in the process, you lose more than just water; you lose vital fluids, electrolytes and sometimes even full cells. In times like these, you need exactly what is found in a Biolyte – electrolytes, nausea remedies, and hydration.

Drinking water helps, but it’s a very lengthy process of rehydration. Sports drinks may give you an electrolyte boost, but they’re also loaded with sugar which will irritate an already inflamed stomach. You could get an IV, but that’s costly and inconvenient.

Biolyte offers the solution your body needs when you’re sick. Biolyte’s high concentration of electrolytes helps restore the nutrients and hydration your body needs to feel better. Biolyte’s other ingredients help soothe the stomach and ease nausea in tandem with its electrolyte power. There are many electrolytes drinks for diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and hydration out there, but they all pale in comparison to the power of Biolyte. 

There is no medicine in Biolyte, but our ingredients are exactly what a Board Certified Physician would put in someone’s IV fluid who is dehydrated – natural compounds found in nature and in our own bodies to help us heal and recover.

This powerful electrolyte replacement drink has even been used by cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy to ease the suffering, sustain hydration, increase energy levels, and restore the body to homeostasis. From a stomach bug to a life-altering illness, Biolyte has the electrolytes and the ingredients you need to help your body recover.

Acute and chronic illnesses that Biolyte helps address

  • Cancer Chemo/Radiation Therapy
  • Diabetes
  • Dysautonomia or POTS syndrome (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome)
  • Nausea/Vomiting from illness or Medication Therapy
  • Post-operative/procedure nausea and vomiting