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Join our Superhero’s campaign about Sickle Cell Disease

Prodr8 from W&W Beverages Canada has partnered with graphic novel superheroes The Super Felix Brothers to provide an affordable and necessary solution to prevent dehydration in the Sickle Cell community. It was decided to launch a Warrior campaign using the Super Felix Brothers characters from MKJ3, a family-owned media company. The Superheroes are featured on the 2021 limited warrior’s edition of Alkaline ProDR8 water bottles. The “Warriors Campaign” will start June 2021 to the end of the year. Each month on its social media pages will feature a celebrity, TV and Radio personality, influencer, athletes, or supporters of the Sickle Cell community who will talk about the campaign, invite others to join the campaign and encourage people to buy cases of our bottles.

This national campaign is in support of the Sickle Cell Disease Association of Canada Hydration Week what will be held from June 19 to June 26. This includes our SC awareness day on June 19 and the World Hydration day on June 23.

‘Warrior’s always Hydrates’ is the Warrior challenge to encourage the Sickle Cell community and any Canadians to always be hydrated. People love alkaline water for its ultra-hydrating, pH-balancing abilities.


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Prevent dehydration

The average amount of water you need per day is about 3 liters (13 cups) for men and 2.2 liters (9 cups) for women.

Age Weight Ounces Cups/Bottles
6 - 12 Months 17 - 23 Pounds 50 Ounces 6
1 - 2 Years 23 - 28 Pounds 54 Ounces 7
3 - 4 Years 30 - 40 Pounds 62 Ounces 8
5 - 6 Years 40 - 50 Pounds 75 Ounces 9
7 - 10 Years 50 - 75 Pounds 82 Ounces 10
11 - 13 Years 75 - 100 Pounds 95 Ounces 12
14 Years and Over Over 100 Pounds 105 Ounces Over 13

Facts on hydration

By the time you feel thirsty, your body has lost more than 1 percent of its total water - so let's not feel thirst. Take a break right now and have one of our warrior's bottles.

The average person could live without food for nearly a month, but we could only survive about one week without water - that's how essential water is to human life. Some of us can't go a day without coffee, but that's a different story.

If you didn't know good hydration for those with sickle cell promotes healthy blood flow and reduces the chance of the red blood cells sickling and sticking together. It keeps the blood cells suppie so they can move more freely within the blood vessels. If they don't drink enough water, their blood cells become stickier and struggle to move through the body. This could result in the blood cells getting stuck and lead to a crisis.

Where the Fundraising money goes

The Sickle Cell Disease Association of Canada, SCDAC is in the process of developing the first National Sickle Cell Patient Registry that will provide hard evidence to researchers and policy makers on the complications, burden of illness and other quality of life factors affecting those who are living with SCD. The registry will officially count any adult or child who has sickle cell disease or who carries the sickle cell trait. It is a private, secure and evidence-based place to store their information and it is completely voluntary. By being in the registry, this will make them visible to the health care system and is an essential step to not only providing a proper quality of care and treatments, but to save their lives. Having this registry with as many people in it as possible, will help us advocate for more funding for research and to get available life saving drugs to Canada.

Our goal is to sell 50,000 cases. Warriors help us raise awareness for Sickle Cell Disease in Canada.

You can purchase PRO DR8 Alkaline PH8.1 water on our Sickle Cell Warriors Edition 2021 Amazon store.
You can purchase 1 case of 12 bottles for $30 ($2.50 each) OR 1 case of 24 bottles for $48 ($2 each).



MKJ3 is a Canadian family-owned medias company that focus on inspirational contents to engage kids, expanding their worlds and minds through relevant and fun storytelling.

Our aim is to create content that parents can trust to be safe to watch, read to play with a positive influence on their child's development. Owned by theses 3 brothers (Micah, Kiah, Joiakim) these associate partners decided to give back to the community specially to the cause of sickle cell disease close to their heart by promoting healthy values and lifestyle for young children's in Canada and across the globe. A special attention has been given to the clinical research aspect to be able to make accessible and affordable care for patients and improve their quality of life by finding a cure through collaborations with different stakeholders. They have also released their 1st comic book "The Battle of Ottogatz" (Ottawa-Gatineau) available in Amazon.

W&W Beverages

W&W Beverages LLC introduced ProDr8, flavored coconut water sports hydration drinks. The deverages contain 294 mg of potassium, 5 mg of natural sugar in each glass and 25 mg of sodium, the company says. Made with 33 percent natural coconut water, it comes in three flavors: Synergy, a lemon-lime flavor; Fusion, which is a blend of cherry and pineapples juices; a Crush, a mix of orange and tangerine juices. All of the beverages are gluten and caffeine free. Experience the Next Generation of sports drinks. These healthy sports drinks contian five key electrolytes to stay hydrated and have more energy. Cocnut water and Alkaline water are quality hydration products that can help prevent Sickle Cell Disease Symptoms. Staying hydrated can prevent persons with Sickle Cell Disease from having vaso-occlusive crises, pain crises, strokes and infections associated with the 'Sickle Cell Disease.'

The Sickle Cell Disease Association of Canada

The Sickle Cell Disease Association of Canada is committed to increasing awareness about Sickle Cell Disease (SCD), enhancing methods of identification, diagnosis, and treatment towards improving the quality of life of affected individuals and their families. The SCDAC will also encourage the establishment of coordinated clinical services and research initiatives that will support SCD treatments and efforts towards a cure. They believe that attracting clinical and research expertise to undertake and further SCD research in Canadian universities and healthcare settings is essential to lead towards a cure.