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Old 03-01-2005, 08:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What do you think of Gatorade? Do you think it works? What is your favorite flavor?
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Old 03-01-2005, 08:18 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I don't know if it actually works or not, but I know I can drink it faster than drinking plain water. I have heard you can have too much though, I remember seeing something about a marathon runner dying last year because they drank too much. As for flavor I prefer plain old orange.
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Old 03-01-2005, 08:20 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I like the lemon lime type ones. Other than that, I think they taste kinda gross. Primarily stick with water when doing physical activity, personally.
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Old 03-01-2005, 08:25 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Love Gatorade. I don't like drinking just plain water, but mix in some Gatorade and its much easier to rehydrate after working or out running. I buy the powder 1 gallon packets by the case and then make up Gatorade as I need it. PM me if you need the number for a supplier.
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Old 03-01-2005, 08:59 AM   #5 (permalink)
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When I drank Gatorade, I would typically drink the Lemon-Lime flavor. Typically I wouldn't drink it while actually DOING any physical activity... I played soccer through high school and I would just drink plain water whenever I needed something, occasionally I'd have a gatorade after a game or something, but hardly ever during the game. I didn't really feel like it made that much difference, other than tasting better than water, that's just me though.
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Old 03-01-2005, 09:01 AM   #6 (permalink)
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I don't know if it actually works or not, but I know I can drink it faster than drinking plain water. I have heard you can have too much though, I remember seeing something about a marathon runner dying last year because they drank too much. As for flavor I prefer plain old orange.
That sounds kinda "Urban Mythy" to me. I'd think that if Gatorade was found related to a death it would be some pretty major news.
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Old 03-01-2005, 09:11 AM   #7 (permalink)
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I used to drink the Ice Tea flavor, but that was a long long time ago. Then for lack of better flavors I used to drink Watermellon All sport( also we got like 4 or 5 free cases of it). They stopped making it so its back to fruit punch gatorade, or the lebron james flavor. It does really seem to help, i don't die as fast if i use it.
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Old 03-01-2005, 10:02 AM   #8 (permalink)
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That sounds kinda "Urban Mythy" to me. I'd think that if Gatorade was found related to a death it would be some pretty major news.
Yeah I know it does, and I'll try to find a link to it.
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Old 03-01-2005, 10:15 AM   #9 (permalink)
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oops, the runner was drinking large amounts of Gatorade, but that wasn't what caused her to die

http://www.restonrunners.org/special...cero_death.htm

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Boston Globe Article on Tragic Death of Cynthia Lucero
in the 2002 Boston Marathon
by Stephen Smith

Cynthia Lucero, who in the week before the April marathon completed her doctoral dissertation on how marathons help runners grieve, died from a condition known as hyponatremic encephalopathy, which happens when the brain becomes swollen because of a critical imbalance of sodium. She was only the second runner to die in the 106-year history of the race.

''This is a relatively rare catastrophic complication,'' said Dr. Ronenn Roubenoff, associate professor of medicine and nutrition and director of human studies at the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center at Tufts University. ''It really is a tragedy because it's such a preventable thing.''

For the neighborhood jogger taking to the baking pavement in the August heat, the death of Lucero provides a graphic illustration of the dangers of drinking too much water or even sports drinks. Runners have long known the importance of replenishing fluids, but they may not know that it is also vital to maintain a balance in sodium levels to keep cells healthy. If runners drink too much fluid, they can dangerously dilute their blood sodium levels.

That condition is called hyponatremia. Although people seldom die from hyponatremic encephalopathy, health-threatening sodium deficiencies are more common among athletes than doctors once believed. Roubenoff cites one study, for example, that tracked 18,000 marathoners and found that among those seeking medical care after the race, 9 percent suffered from the condition. Deaths are sufficiently rare that specialists can recount them individually.

Until recently, hyponatremia was a little-known, even less-understood medical condition. But researchers, including Dr. Arthur J. Siegel of McLean Hospital, are learning more about hyponatremia, known more commonly as water intoxication.

Siegel is deeply familiar with Lucero's case, having obtained with her parents' permission a blood sample drawn at Brigham and Women's Hospital, where the runner was taken after she collapsed. He and other scientists are hopeful that, in death, Lucero will yield medical evidence that can prevent other runners from the fate that befell her.

''We want as Cynthia's legacy a better understanding of this problem so that we can work out strategies to make it less likely that these cases will happen in the future,'' said Siegel, director of internal medicine at McLean.

The 2002 Boston race was Lucero's second marathon. The previous one was two years earlier in San Diego, a race she completed in about 41/2 hours. She was running the Boston Marathon to raise money for the Massachusetts chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

On that April Monday, friends tracked her progress. They said that Lucero, wearing bib number 15,611, drank large amounts of Gatorade and looked well as she loped through the bottom of Heartbreak Hill in Newton, about six miles from the finish.

But with Cleveland Circle in sight, Lucero began to falter, those friends recalled. One of them hopped into the race next to her and Lucero told the friend that she felt dehydrated and rubber-legged. Lucero tumbled to the pavement. When she reached Brigham and Women's, she was comatose.

Lucero's parents, who'd traveled from Ecuador to mark the completion of her dissertation, had been waiting at the finish line.

The precise causes of the syndrome that killed Lucero remain somewhat mysterious, and dispute persists among researchers over whether the predominant triggering mechanism is related to too much fluid or extreme dehydration. Increasingly, though, scientists believe that the problem transcends a simple equation of too much or too little water.

They believe it's vastly more complex. Siegel and other researchers theorize that marathoners, triathletes, and other athletes who engage in extreme sporting competition often deplete the fuel that powers the body's cells. When this happens, a hormone called arginine vasopressin gets released. Part of its function is to tell the kidneys to hold on to fluids.

That, in turn, precipitates an imbalance in sodium levels in the blood. But as salt drops in the blood, it does not do so in cells. The body, in its constant pursuit of equilibrium, attempts to force salt out of cells by flooding them. That causes swelling. Muscles can endure such swelling because they can bulge outward. The brain, though, cannot.

''The brain lives in a box - the skull - and it doesn't have anywhere to go when this swelling starts,'' Roubenoff said.

Lucero's death showed that even runners who drink sodium-laden sports drinks remain at risk of the condition, which Siegel cites as evidence that the syndrome is more complicated than simply taking in too much fluid. That is why he and people who organize races are working on ways to improve measures of runners' health, including weighing them before and after races to make sure they haven't lost too much fluid or, conversely, consumed too much.

''We are moving toward understanding this problem,'' Siegel said, ''and if we can make some headway, maybe we can prevent more losses like Cynthia's.''

Stephen Smith can be reached at stsmith@globe.com.

This story ran on page A1 of the Boston Globe on 8/13/2002.
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Old 03-01-2005, 11:27 AM   #10 (permalink)
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I would say it works, since my mom is going through lung cancer treatments right now and her mineral and electolytes are really low...first thing her cancer doc. told her to do was to start drinking gatorade since it will help replenish the minerals she needs faster..she was getting a lot of muscle cramps and charlie horses..since she started drinking the gatorade after her treatments..those have gone away.
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Old 03-01-2005, 11:57 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Definitely works....Gatorade's new Lemonade flavor is money
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Old 03-01-2005, 12:09 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I love Gatorade, it helps tremendously with hangovers. Plain old lemon-lime is what does it for me.
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Old 03-02-2005, 12:41 AM   #13 (permalink)
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I like Gatorade too. I find it definitely helps.

What do you think about Powerade? I think it's a bit better (added B vitamins, G'ade doesn't have) but it could be psychological.
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Old 03-02-2005, 10:44 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Gatorade Frost the Light blue flavor is my absolute favorite sports drink.
A hangover or the flu and it stops the vomiting for the most part and it tastes great.

My old high school used to only sell coke products so the sports drink was always powerade there. i found they have a little more flavor than gatorade and are still pretty tasty.
the white, flavor was my favorite of those followed by blue red and green
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Old 03-02-2005, 10:52 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Definitely works....Gatorade's new Lemonade flavor is money
Ooh, there's a lemonade flavor now, not just that foul "lemon ice"? I'll have to look for that one. My favorite used to be 10-K iced tea, but I think that brand is long gone.
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Old 03-02-2005, 10:53 AM   #16 (permalink)
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I love Gatorade, and I used to drink it all day long. We used to buy the Gatorade powder and just add water, because we drank so much and the powder was about 75% cheaper than the liquid.

Don't buy it much anymore because it's mostly sugar water and I don't want my daughter getting hooked on it. But when summer rolls around here in Miami, I'm sure it will be one of our staples again.

I agree about the Powerade, I like the B vitamins. Do they have that as powder too?
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Old 03-02-2005, 04:32 PM   #17 (permalink)
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I read in a basketball conditioning book some odd months ago that when you're exercising, sports drinks and juices, or anything else with sugar in it, is bad for you and will significantly lower your abilities. The best thing to drink while exercising is water. By "exercising," the author was actually saying, "during a game" but since not everybody here plays basketball I just said exercising.
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Old 03-02-2005, 05:29 PM   #18 (permalink)
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When playing sports i usually stick to plain oldd cold water...but many times ill drink gatorade before or after a game. But usually i just drink it because i like the taste, i like fierce grape the most. I also will drink a lot of propel, which is pretty much water, but it has a little flavor, i can't get enough lemon propel!
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Old 03-02-2005, 11:17 PM   #19 (permalink)
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I'll tear up some Gatorade! I usually drink more water since it's cheaper (a bit), but I'll take Gatorade over other drinks like Snapple, or Pepsi, or something. Especially the classic flavors like Orange, Fruit Punch and Lemon Lime. I thought the frosty flavors were nasty.
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Old 03-03-2005, 08:12 AM   #20 (permalink)
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I think it is a little salty, when I would run cross-country in high-school I always had at least one bottle of Gatorade. But I do like it and I think it does give a slight boost of energy. The original flavor is by far the best tasting.
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Old 03-03-2005, 08:30 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Oh I do love my gatorade. My favorite flavor is probably glacier ice, that is very very tasty. Oh yeah, Gatorade helped me significantly during band practice over the summer when I was high school.
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Old 03-03-2005, 08:32 AM   #22 (permalink)
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When I do most physical activity (ie sports, running) I drink water. After extended periods, however, I find Gatorade really helps. Sometimes I go out to do snow removal overnight, and after about 6 hours of shoveling wet snow (and each hour thereafter), I really need something to pick me up. Grape Gatorade will work wonders after that much work.
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Old 03-06-2005, 08:04 PM   #23 (permalink)
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yah i drink gatorade all the time even if i am not working out. My mom usto tell me that it was bad for you to drink if you are not exercising.. is that true? But i do buy the huge packs at like Sams club for cheap and drink them all day. I just figured it is better to drink than cokes, and my favorite flavor is the Riptide Rush- the light purple its the BEST!!
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Old 03-07-2005, 05:49 AM   #24 (permalink)
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I found out the hard way that water is my drink of choice during workouts. Barfing on a long run ain't good. I think what happens is that the body can only have a maximum concentration of sugar in the digestive system in order for it to be absorbed. Since your body is trying to cool inself with water, very little is available to help with the stuff you drink. For me, even a Power Bar and a quart of water ends up being too much. But I love Gatorade afterwards. I've tried all the alternatives, and always came back to the lime green stuff.
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Old 03-07-2005, 07:46 AM   #25 (permalink)
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I'm all about Gatorade. I started with the Lemon-Lime in 32 oz. Uni-Gulps (Gatorade in a fountain!) back in college when there was a Uni-Mart across the street from the Student Union. I've since moved on to making the powdered Fruit Punch but like I always say, it's the one in the Red label, not the one in the Blue label. I have to specify or my wife would buy the wrong one. I second the Gatorade as a cure for hangovers remark but I find that if you can remember in your drunken haze, drinking a few cups with 2 Excedrin BEFORE you pass out helps more than waiting until the morning after.

My wife has recently discovered the Grape Propel water, she loves that now. Meh, it's okay. But she says it's replacing Coke as her drink of choice.

The Navy issues powdered Gatorade along with Coffee while deployed to help keep the crew hydrated. Unfortunately we only seem to stock Orange aboard our ship which I think is godawful.

While deployed to the Persian Gulf in 1998 and 2000, I discovered GREEN APPLE flavored Gatorade. I have never seen it before or since, but they sold it in Dubai. I would kill for some more. Green apple is one of my favorite flavors for anything. Sitting in the Dubai heat, I downed several bottles of that in just a few hours. God I miss it.



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Old 03-07-2005, 08:43 AM   #26 (permalink)
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I started drinking Gatorade, as well as other juice and that, to ween myself off of caffeine. To tell the truth, I didn't really like the stuff. Probably because I was irritated that it wasn't caffinated. To make a long story short, I don't drink it anymore unless I'm headed to the gym with my friends/*really* need my thirst quenched. And my favourite flavour is blue... the light blue one. Something about a glacier.
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Old 03-07-2005, 09:18 AM   #27 (permalink)
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I too like the new lemonade flavor, but I'd love to get ahold of the apple flavored too.
On another note, I am in the same program that Dr. Lucero completed before the race, and we do a scholarship benefit 5k in her name each year now. This past year her parents came up for it, but the most amazing part was the girl who recieved Cynthia's heart in an organ transplant was there also, so both families got to meet each other. Pretty touching, even for a tough-guy like me!
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Old 04-28-2005, 10:18 AM   #28 (permalink)
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Definitely works....Gatorade's new Lemonade flavor is money
Ok, so i tried the new lemonade flaovr and I think that it tastes JUST like the Lemon Lime flavor, i dont really like it!!!
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Old 04-28-2005, 01:59 PM   #29 (permalink)
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Gatorade is amazing, especially for hangovers. Or preventing hangovers. All of their flavors are good, even the clear ones. Plus, I think the Propel vitamin waters are very good too.
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Old 04-29-2005, 09:33 AM   #30 (permalink)
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lemonade flavor is the best one i think they have going right now, the lemon ice was good back in the day. my personal thoughts is that the new raspberry lemonade tastes like water, depends on what is on sale at work (usually powerade from coke) 10/$10 I will buy that, but when Gatorade is on sale I load up, on the 32 oz bottles.
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Old 05-09-2005, 09:43 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Clearly everyone has forgotten about cool blue. It dominates every other beverage for thirst quenching proficiency.
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Old 05-12-2005, 03:40 PM   #32 (permalink)
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Guys, just so you know, you CAN die from drinking too much water.. Yes plain water. It's happened not too long ago a college fraternity was hazing someone and was making the person drink large amounts of water and he died.

http://www.diagnose-me.com/cond/C577739.html Talks about what can happen.
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Old 05-17-2005, 10:35 AM   #33 (permalink)
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I used to drink the Ice Tea flavor, but that was a long long time ago. Then for lack of better flavors I used to drink Watermellon All sport( also we got like 4 or 5 free cases of it). They stopped making it so its back to fruit punch gatorade, or the lebron james flavor. It does really seem to help, i don't die as fast if i use it.
I used to love that flavor but haven't seen on the shelves in a while. Grape and orange aren't bad either.
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Old 05-18-2005, 10:10 PM   #34 (permalink)
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oops, the runner was drinking large amounts of Gatorade, but that wasn't what caused her to die

http://www.restonrunners.org/special...cero_death.htm
Hmm...I've always thought that drinking too much water or sports drink will limit your blood's ability to carry oxygen to your brain and hence, you "drown".

I've never been a fan of Gatorade, plain water just does it for me.
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Hmm...I've always thought that drinking too much water or sports drink will limit your blood's ability to carry oxygen to your brain and hence, you "drown".

I've never been a fan of Gatorade, plain water just does it for me.
If I had to guess, I would say it had something to do with the sodium ion channels in the cells and the cells ability to actually respopnd to an action potential. The sodium is part of the two gradients that the cells respond to (the electrostatic, where positively charged ions seek to move towards negatively charged, and the diffusion gradient where ions seek to spread from areas of higher concentration to areas of lower). The sodium moves between the cell and the extracellular fluid at certain times when an action potential occurs, and then the cell beiefly becomes hyperpolarized and unable to fire again. I would guess that because sodium is so vital at a cellular level that it might have a dangerous effect in certain rare instances. I don't know how blood would be prevented from carrying oxygen to the brain by drinking gatorade. I would guess it had to do with the body's ability to carry it's messages to critical areas.
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If I had to guess, I would say it had something to do with the sodium ion channels in the cells and the cells ability to actually respopnd to an action potential. The sodium is part of the two gradients that the cells respond to (the electrostatic, where positively charged ions seek to move towards negatively charged, and the diffusion gradient where ions seek to spread from areas of higher concentration to areas of lower). The sodium moves between the cell and the extracellular fluid at certain times when an action potential occurs, and then the cell beiefly becomes hyperpolarized and unable to fire again. I would guess that because sodium is so vital at a cellular level that it might have a dangerous effect in certain rare instances. I don't know how blood would be prevented from carrying oxygen to the brain by drinking gatorade. I would guess it had to do with the body's ability to carry it's messages to critical areas.
HOORAY for science.... actually, I'm a huge nerd and that made sense to me.

I don't have a personal flavour, and I don't know if it works for me or not. But hey I learned that it is great for hang overs so.... might as well give it a try for those.
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HOORAY for science.... actually, I'm a huge nerd and that made sense to me.

I don't have a personal flavour, and I don't know if it works for me or not. But hey I learned that it is great for hang overs so.... might as well give it a try for those.

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Old 05-26-2005, 08:16 PM   #38 (permalink)
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Nothing like the original lemon lime, personal preference is orange. I hate to drink gatorade while in the process of working out but afterwards it's nice. Also, the drink they market is too sugary and needs to be watered down if it is to be used for the correct reasons
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Old 06-09-2005, 12:56 AM   #39 (permalink)
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I like Gatorade, and drank lots of it until recently. It was my substitute for soda. Then I saw the a recent news report on TV that showed that sport drinks like Gatorade were actually worse than soda for our teeth! That's caused me to drastically reduce my consumption of such drinks. As far as flavors go, I liked them all, but was more inclined to go with the fruit punch and mixed fruit flavors, though I steered away from the lemon line. The blue and red ones are generally the best as far as I'm concerned. Green or red-orange ones aren't bad either.
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Old 06-10-2005, 09:07 PM   #40 (permalink)
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I only drink them very rarely however when i do they definantly work - they truly are great for hangovers!

Another vote here for cool blue, that stuff tastes great.
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