Apr 14, 2015 ... Gatorade is a vitamin-enriched sports beverage which is used to re-hydrate
athletes during and after sports. The sweet taste and convenience ...
Sep 8, 2015 ... Since its creation in 1965 at the University of Florida, Gatorade has been used by
athletes to quench their thirst and refuel their bodies. Through ...
This is the most common effect of excessive consumption of Gatorade. Calorie
King points out that every serving of 32 oz. of Gatorade contains 200 calories.
Aug 4, 2016 ... Thus, if you're rehydrating constantly with Gatorade, you may start to have
unwanted side effects from the high quantities of those vitamins in ...
Mar 23, 2015 ... It's marketed as a sports drink, but Gatorade isn't only being consumed by
athletes. Children drink it at lunch or after soccer practice, and it has ...
According to doctors at Med-Health.com, consuming large amounts of Gatorade
can cause serious medical side effects. Gatorade is meant to provide hydration ...
The side effects of too much Gatorade include weight gain, vitamin toxicity,
hypernatremia, hypertension and high blood sugar, according to Med-Health.net.
I had a teacher in high school tell me that gatorade that comes from a bottle is
actually too concentrated to properly re-hydrate a person and requires dilution.
Nov 30, 2013 ... Known health effects: causes low blood pressure, asthma, hives, and may bring
on allergic reactions. **Caution: Do not consume if sensitive to ...