Electrolyte water can replenish key electrolytes, such as sodium, chloride and potassium, in a person that is dehydrated or engaging in rigorous activity. Popular electrolyte waters include Gatorade, Essentia, Pedialyte and Kao-lectrolyte.
Every major super market carries Gatorade. This energy drink giant sells G2 Powder Packs Low Calorie Electrolyte Water Beverage Mix, which comes with eight powder packs to a box. You can normally find this in the juice and drinks aisle.
Whole Foods, touted as a natural foods market, sells their own electrolyte water under their 365 Everyday label. It's called 365 Everyday Value Electrolyte Enhanced Water. There are Whole Foods stores in 40 states, as well as in Canada and the United Kingdom.
Like Whole Foods, Trader Joe's also created and sells its own brand of electrolyte water. It's called Trader Joe's Electrolyte Enhanced Water, and it's listed among Trader Joe's vegan-approved products. Trader Joe's operates in 26 states, though its largest presence is in California.
Wal-Mart sells six packs of Glaceau-Vitaminwater: Smartwater Electrolyte Enhanced Water. There are approximately 2,500 Wal-Mart stores in the United States. This discount chain also allows you to purchase electrolyte water online at walmart.com.
Chemists like Walgreens and Rite Aid stock a range of Pedialyte products, including Pedialyte Electrolyte Maintenance Solution Ready to Use Bottles and Pediatric Electrolyte Freeze Pops, which is frozen electrolyte water, as well as their own generic waters for kids. These include Rite Aid's Pediatric Electrolyte Solution and Walgreens' Pediatric Electrolyte Oral Maintenance Solution.
These chemists also carry numerous electrolyte water powder packs from fitness companies like Trace Minerals Research, Clif Shot and Luna Sport.