Mer enn en sportsdrikk

SOS Hydration er resultatet av mer enn 50 års forskning på optimal rehydrering. SOS Hydration er en sportsdrikk som faller innenfor alle World Health Organization sine retningslinjer for orale rehydreringsløsninger.

Forskningsartiklene nedenfor gir et dypere innblikk i WHO sine retningslinjer, utført forskning, effekten av oral rehydrerings terapi og vår spesifikke formel.



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