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Apple juice is 88% water and tastes good. This makes it easy to consume. Especially for those who are sick and at an increased risk of dehydration.

In fact, some pediatricians recommend half-strength apple juice — a mix of half juice, half water. For sick kids who are mildly dehydrated and at least one year old.UFABET 

In a study of mildly dehydrated children with diarrhea and vomiting, those offered diluted were 6.5% less likely to need fluids delivered via their veins than those given a medicinal electrolyte drink.

Though electrolyte drinks are specially formulated to rehydrate, some children don’t like the taste and won’t drink them. They’re also relatively expensive.

Diluted apple juice is a practical and pleasant alternative for kids, as well as adults .

Be sure to drink diluted juice to rehydrate. As the high sugar content of full-strength juice can draw excess water into your gut and worsen diarrhea. Particularly during recovery from illness.

In more severe cases of dehydration, medicinal electrolyte drinks are still advised. Though the amount of potassium is similar to electrolyte drinks, it has little sodium. Which is also lost via bodily fluids when you’re sick 

 Apple juice is high in water and tastes good, making it a good choice for hydrating. To avoid side
effects, dilute to half-strength when using it to rehydrate after an illness.