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  • Vitalyte Helps You Bounce Back after A Viral Infection

    By: Josh Taylor

    Why Do You Catch Cold Or Flu?In the off the season I find myself going into hibernation. I live in Michigan where the winters months grow darker and colder everyday. Finding the motivation to venture back out into the cold after working in it all day is sometimes tougher than the actual work out. One thing we cannot escape is cold and flu season.  It has come full force in the Taylor household. I suffered two weeks of bronchitis and now my son is on his second week of his viral infection. He has had coughing soar throat diarrhea and vomiting for a week now. I could see in his face that he was just drained physically. I was thinking of going to get some Pedialyte from the local drug store when I remembered my stash of vitalyte I had. After a quick Google search I uncovered an article comparing vitalyte to Pedialyte.  I have been giving my son the electrolyte replacement for two days now and I can see his color starting to come back. He loves the flavor of the fruit punch and hopefully will soon be back to his video game and clarinet playing self. Thank you Vitalyte for aiding me in competition and helping me bring back my son to better physical health.

     

  • Meet Brand Ambassador Josh Taylor

    Josh Taylor_brand ambassador_vitalyteI have been competing in Marathon Canoe Racing since 2004. Michigan has one of the toughest canoe racing circuits in the World. I gravitated towards the sport because the toughest canoe race in North America is in my home town of Grayling, Mi. The AuSable River Canoe Marathon. It is a 120 mile non stop race through the night with a cut off time of 19 hours. I have competed in the race 8 times. And with the exception of my first year where I finished 19th out of 65. I have been top ten or top 5 every year. My best finish was 4th place. I have competed in New York (General Clinton canoe regatta) and have finished top ten there as well. I am a husband, a father and while training for the sport I love I work 50-70 hours a week for Canadian National Railroad as a conductor. I love to compete. Whether it's playing board games with my family or grinding down a river for 120 miles I thrive on competition.

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