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... Hi, Im sure you have found a alternitive to Gatorade by now, but thought Id add my two cents all the same! ... (5 replies)
... I actually CAN'T drink Gatorade because it gives me migraines! So does chocolate! ... (5 replies)
... I've had migraines for years, and I don't think anyone has ever mentioned hydration to me. Magnesium and other vitamins were mentioned though as helpful. Orange juice is one of my worst triggers. Water is really the best thing to stay hydrated. Bottled water is just as convenient as gatorade, and it's a lot cheaper. Most brands taste great, especially when they're cold.... (5 replies)

... yro daughter is prone to migranes and has been advised to stay hydrated. She is very active and during warm weather she will go through at least 2 quarts of gatorade a day. I recently looked at the label and saw that the 3rd ingredient is high fructose corn syrup. ... (5 replies)
... Concerned Male, I think they are a dreadful idea: corn syrup, salt, dyes and flavoring. To me they all taste like flavored sweat and trying to regulate the body's mineral balance with something out of a bottle is risky business. A good alternative might be fruit (sugar and potassium) and water...let the body take care of its sodium, most of us are bothered more... (3 replies)
... "Crayons", it's an all natural sport drink for kids and teens. The bottles sorta look like crayons. No HFCS. You can find it in health food stores or natural grocery stores like Whole Foods. (5 replies)
... Plain old water is absolutely the best thing to keep her hydrated. - In fact drinks with high levels of sugar and corn syrup are actually dehydrating, as are diet sodas, coffee and tea. If she likes a sweet taste she could do 3 parts water and one part her favorite fruit juice (no fruit drinks ) to give her a little sweetness and alot less calories. "Fizzy water" like... (5 replies)




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