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Over the past few years, however, I have grown to absolutely love the stuff! It is like pure essence of "thirst-quench" to me. I think it has something to do with the salts that are included.
ricerocket wrote:backflat wrote:yes,, long ago. it was just water and electrolytes.
but now it is syrupy and sweet and basically a soda pop without carbonation
I disagree. You're probably thinking of Powerade.
Gatorade is more salty.
Yeah, it seems opposite to me also. Gatorade definitely has salts.
i also noticed last night
that Gatorade has reduced in size from the 32 ounce
now to 28 ounce with a slight bottle modification.
powerade has the higher magnesium amount over Gatorade.
i really want to see an old Gatorade ingredient label.
But I think the best thing to happen is that they finally realized people were watering down their over sugary drink for actual workouts. So they actually get more money by watering it down for us! I think you can still get the high calorie stuff, but the G2 is low cal (watered down) and what I prefer. The heavy concentrate stuff can be kept in the fridge and watered down for rides. Even if you were an active person, the high cal stuff is just too much.
The original concoction consisted of water, sodium, sugar, potassium, phosphate, and lemon juice.
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