Kids Coconut Water 8 pack by O.N.E.
O.N.E. Kids Coconut Water 8 pack Rasberry Lemonade 6.75 oz. (200mL)
ONE Kids Coconut Water 8 pack Rasberry Lemonade is a great tasting, super hydrating and nutritious beverage with less sugar than typical fruit juices, and the five essential electrolytes naturally present in coconut water. It’s O.N.E. huge step for kids and parents who care about their health.
They created O.N.E. Kids to offer a great tasting, super hydrating and nutritious beverage choice for kids (and their parents). O.N.E. Kids has all the benefits of coconut water combined with great tasting fruit juices kids already love. With less sugar than most fruit juices, and the five essential electrolytes naturally present in coconut water, O.N.E. Kids is O.N.E. step in the right direction for kids and parents who care about their health.
Why is Hydration Especially Important for Kids?
According to the Mayo Clinic staff, children produce more heat and sweat less than adults, and are less likely to drink enough fluids — all of which increase the risk of dehydration, especially when they exercise in hot weather. So by the time your kids are thirsty, they are already past the point of being adequately hydrated.
Our bodies depend on water for survival. Every cell, tissue and organ in your body needs water to function correctly. It makes up more than half our body weight. Our bodies use water to maintain temperature, remove waste and lubricate joints. Hydration is essential for good health. And healthy hydration requires the right combination of minerals, called electrolytes, for water to efficiently enter the cells in every fiber of our bodies.
Loaded with the natural hydrating benefits of coconut water, O.N.E. Kids Coconut Water with Fruit Juice is a great way to prevent dehydration.
The O.N.E. Commitment to Healthy Kids
O.N.E. is a "Trusted Partner" of Healthy Child Healthy World, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to creating healthy environments where children and families can flourish. They educate parents, support protective policies and engage communities to make responsible decisions, simple every day choices and well-informed lifestyle improvements.
Hydration in Children
Active children often get so caught up in their play that they forget to stop and drink. Coconut water is excellent for replacing the electrolytes children lose while playing sports. Coconut water has 15 times more potassium than most sports drinks, but without the high fructose corn syrup, artificial colors and emulsifiers. O.N.E. Coconut Water is an all natural, healthier alternative to sports drinks or sugary sodas.
Hydration is a particular concern for children, because their ability to adjust their body temperature isn’t fully developed and because of their relatively small size; children have a higher surface-to-volume ratio than adults, meaning they absorb heat faster. They also sweat less per unit of body surface area. Thus, children are much less heat tolerant than adults, and this increases their need for hydration.
There’s no question that children love sweet flavors, but the Beverage Guidance Panel points out that the alarming incidence of obesity in the U.S. during the last two decades is due to an increased caloric intake — half of which comes from beverages, mostly sweetened sodas. And sweet beverages (even pure fruit juices) are generally too sweet for proper rehydration. A nutritious, mineral rich, slightly sweet beverage like coconut water is a nice tasty alternative to both chemical-laden sports drinks and concentrated fruit juices.
Research shows that our daily fluid intake behavior (spontaneous drinking) is established during the toddler years. So while they are young, teach your children to enjoy drinking water and natural low-sugar beverages like O.N.E. Coconut Water to keep them healthy throughout their life.
Recommended fluid intake for children:
- 0-6-month-olds — 0.7 liters per day
- 7-12-month-olds — 0.8 liters per day
- 1-3 years old — 1.3 liters per day
- 4-8-year-old kids — 1.7 liters per day
- Adolescents — more than 3 liters per day for males, and 2-2.7 liters per for females
NOTE: One liter is about 34 ounces
Be aware that some school-aged athletes playing sports with weight categories (wrestling, boxing, weight lifting) may try to drop weight by deliberately dehydrating. Some go to extremes, restricting fluid intake, taking laxatives or diuretics or overusing saunas or plastic sweatsuits. This is very dangerous, as the resulting dehydration not only impairs athletic performance, it can result in serious injury, heat stroke, even death.
Hydrating Sick Children with Coconut Water
One of the first heartbreaks of parenthood is realizing that you can’t always make the sickness go away. But here’s what you can do: Help your little one stay properly hydrated before, during and after an illness.
He or she needs to replace fluids and nutrients lost through vomiting, diarrhea or sweating from fever. Many liquids used by moms or recommended by doctors in the past aren’t the best choice for dehydrated kids, as they don’t have the right mix of sugar and salts. They can even make diarrhea worse. Drinks to avoid include soda, ginger ale, tea, fruit juice, gelatin desserts, chicken broth or sports drinks. If your doctor suggests a special drink called an oral rehydration solution (ORS) to treat your child’s dehydration, you may want to ask about natural alternatives.
Coconut water is an effective treatment for mild-to-moderate diarrhea in young children. Mothers in tropical regions have relied on coconut water for centuries to hydrate their children when sick. Plus it tastes better than the bottled pediatric drinks (i.e., Pedialyte), so infants and children will be more likely to drink it without a fuss.
O.N.E., One Natural Experience, is an all-natural beverage company with a deep commitment to the Earth and its people. Our products are responsibly sourced and harvested, filtered naturally and packaged in eco-friendly Tetra Paks. O.N.E. is actively helping educate people worldwide about issues of hydration and the prevention of childhood obesity, and we donate the profits from O.N.E. Water to support educational efforts. At O.N.E., we believe that the success of our company can, and will, be in harmony with environmental sustainability and good corporate citizenship.
Our founder, Rodrigo Veloso, is from Brazil, where he grew up drinking coconut water – both for its health benefits and delicious taste. Brazilians give coconut water to their babies when they’re sick, as a treat for kids when they’re hot and tired from playing, and of course everyone on the beautiful beaches of Brazil refreshes by drinking cool, coconut water.
O.N.E. offers healthy alternatives to artificial sports/energy drinks, sodas and enhanced waters, fortifying adults and children alike with unparalleled effectiveness. In fact, Health magazine named O.N.E. Coconut Water as “America’s Healthiest Beverage,” for providing enhanced hydration, essential nutrition and all five essential electrolytes (calcium, potassium, magnesium, phosphorous and sodium).
O.N.E.™ drinks are packaged in environmentally friendly Tetra Pak cartons, underscoring the company’s deep commitment to the Earth, and the company is a supporter of the business platform of conscious capitalism to educate consumers about the importance of proper hydration in all stages and phases of life – especially for mothers and children. O.N.E. supports several nonprofit organizations – most importantly, Healthy Child Healthy World.
O.N.E. is collaborating with the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, an initiative that supports schools nationwide in developing healthier environments with the goal of reversing the trend of childhood obesity, and has partnered with the American Heart Association and the William J. Clinton Foundation.
O.N.E. works for and with consumers to provide them with all-natural, exotic and functional beverages as a solution to the highly artificial non-alcoholic beverage market. We apply our commitment to innovation, our understanding of consumer needs and our relationships with suppliers, retailers, and distributors to deliver our products wherever and whenever healthier, better-for-you beverages can be consumed.
O.N.E. believes in responsible beverage industry leadership, creating profitable growth in harmony with environmental sustainability and good corporate citizenship. O.N.E. strives to work at political and diplomatic levels to promote sustainable business, to establish relationships with local communities from which we are sourcing our products, and to serve as an example of conscious capitalism in the beverage industry.
How much coconut water does it contain?
More than 50%.
Is O.N.E. Kids gluten free?
What sugar do you use in O.N.E. Kids?
There is NO added sugar! O.N.E. Kids is sweet and delicious, thanks to all natural fruit juices like apple, pear and raspberry.
At what age should my kids start drinking O.N.E. Kids?
Typically, the time to start serving your kids fruit juice is when they are able to drink from a cup – usually between 6-8 months old, but it’s a good idea to consult your pediatrician.