Developed by an ER doctor, BANa capitalizes on the scientifically proven hydrating property of sodium while also replenishing the body’s store of of electrolytes—without the calories and sugar.
Good morning! And TGIF! As you read this I am either inflight to DC or already there. I am going there for a work event this weekend, and am looking forward to it. One thing I am not looking forward to is the weather. I love love love DC, but could do without the summer temps and humidity. My hair will not be pretty. Last time I was there I was sporting many more layers than I will be this weekend.
In observation of Global Road Safety Week May 4-10, we have decided to share some information about a topic recently studied in the UK involving the dangers of being dehydrated while operating a motor vehicle.
An extra-hydrating drink developed by a local doctor will soon be sold in several supermarkets across the country.
BANa, the drink developed by local physician Benjamin Yoo of HealthFirst Rapid Care in North Charleston, was recently picked up by Jacksonville, Fla.-based Bi-Lo Holdings.
The drink will be sold in all 828 of the company's stores, including Bi-Lo, Winn-Dixie and Harveys.