Get Well Make Well

Get Well Make Well

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You know that sensation when you first wake up in the morning and it feels like you swallowed cotton balls all night long? Maybe I just need to invest in a humidifier, but nevertheless it takes me at least 10 minutes of lying there staring at the ceiling before I work up the energy to walk all the way down stairs for a fresh glass of water. Now, let’s put this in perspective. Maybe you can relate with me, or maybe you’re globally conscious by nature and thinking something along these lines; there are people all over the world who do not have the luxury of walking anywhere to grab a glass of clean drinking water, much less within their own home. Not to mention, their symptoms are way more serious than a scratchy throat in the morning.

Dehydration is considered a pandemic today and it is responsible for a myriad of devastation around the world. There are many impactful organizations working to help bring clean water to rural communities in developing countries all over the world, whether it be by digging wells or introducing efficient water filtration systems. Yet, there are still an estimated 500,000 children under the age of 5 who will die each year from dehydration. This is a staggering amount that stops you in your tracks and makes your head spin when you let it sink in. There are so many factors that play into this widespread crisis. Where there is a lack of clean water, there is normally an increase in diarrheoal diseases that lead to more severe dehydration, and in turn leave the body in a depleted state that requires much more than just water to re-hydrate efficiently.

Dr. Kerri Miller, our CEO and founder at Make People Better, has spent 14 yekerri_nicaars volunteering as a medical aid in Nicaragua, meanwhile she has witnessed this ongoing problem first hand. This close contact with lethal dehydration is what initially inspired her to create re:iimmune®. After working with the Nicaraguan government to introduce the World Health Organization’s protocol that includes the use of a new oral rehydration solution, with zinc for immune support, she’s now taken it a step further. She first created and introduced re:iimmune® right here in our backyard with the intention of addressing the poor hydration and gut health that plagues our own communities, she then set in place the Get Well Make Well campaign.

Get Well Make Well gives you the opportunity to be a part of the solution! For every box of re:iimmune® that is sold, 1 potentially lifesaving serving is donated to an organization, like Convoy of Hope, to be distributed in a developing country. With its unique pre and probiotic blend for intestinal immune support, and Clinical Strength Hydration™, re:iimmune® could make a world of difference for someone living without access to clean water. So the next time you’re feeling run down, dehydrated, or generally in poor health, thank your lucky stars that re:iimmune® is but a pharmacy away (or a click away for you online shoppers) and know that as you take that first sip towards getting better, better- you are impacting the life of someone in need.

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