Hydration Drink Created by Emergency Physician Hits the Shelves at BI-LO

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BANa is based on the concept of the saline IV. It was designed to work faster, cheaper and without the invasive measures of a doctor-applied IV. Serious athletes like marathon runners and football players have benefited from its hydrating properties, as have people suffering from flu-like symptoms, laborers, disaster victims and people suffering from hangovers.

Say goodbye to dehydration and hello to BANa (http://www.banadrink.com/?utm_source=PRweb&utm_medium=release&utm_campaign=bilo), a hydration drink created by an emergency room physician. Finding BANa is easier than ever, because it is now available in BI-LO grocery stores in four Southeastern states.

BANa capitalizes on the hydrating properties of the electrolyte, sodium, and is available for $1.69 per bottle at BI-LO stores in Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.

BANa was first created for endurance athletes who become dehydrated during exercise or competition. BANa is based on the concept of the saline IV. It was designed to work faster, cheaper and without the invasive measures of a doctor-applied IV. Serious athletes like marathon runners and football players have benefited from its hydrating properties, as have people suffering from flu-like symptoms, laborers (especially those working outside), disaster victims and people suffering from hangovers.

BANa contains 800 mg of sodium (600 mg in kids formula) per $1.69 container, which replaces lost fluids and helps retain those newly taken in. Popular sports drinks have a fraction of the sodium needed for rehydration, ranging from 0 to 232 mg (232 mg in 16.9 oz of Gatorade). Additionally, BANa contains 0 calories, 0 grams of sugar (popular sports drinks contain eight to 28 grams) and 1 carb. It is also loaded with beneficial vitamins.

Visit the BI-LO store locator (http://www.bi-lo.com/stores/) to find a location to purchase BANa. BANa is also available for purchase online (http://www.banadrink.com/products). Connect with BANa on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/banaseriousrehydration) or Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/banarehydrates) for the latest news and exclusive discounts.

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