Calories per serving 60
Servings per Container: 4
So total 240 calories?! I was just thinking "What the heck?" I'm pretty much gaining back the amount I'm burning off while I burn it. I noticed though, that under the "Calories: 60" it says "(Energy)", does this make it any different?
Basically, I think the *ades are a vital part of my work out life and probably wouldn't be able to leave them until I get a lot better at working out. I can drink water still but it doesn't fuel me through the whole work out. With the *ades I can take a sip, work out for 20 minutes or so and then finish the rest and I'm good. Or if it's 30 minutes, like during weight training, when I do circuit training, I take a sip before, then every 10 minutes I take a tiny sip to wet my mouth and boost me up a bit. It really does help, really, but I'm curious as to the whole calories thing.
If it is after all bad, then do you guys have any other suggestions to hydrate me? I mean I can still use water, no problem, but it'll be a lot harder. Sometimes I've used water when I'm out of the *ades and I struggle a bit more, not a whole lot, but to me there's nothing as hydrating and refreshing as a *ade.
Just wondering what you guys know about this! Thanks!
I think they are like 10 calories per serving.
all right man i honestly made an account just to responded to this! alright heres how it is im a health nut... powerade had electrolights in it which are extremly good for helping to re-hydrate your body. The colder a liquid is the better and faster your body can obsorb it, it also cools down the your body temperature. I could tell you how to make your own home made one but it is actually really grosse... involves baking powder (not baking soda), salt, water and a lot of sugar... but anyways here is a link to what electrolights are
and the people that said its in your head do not no what there talking about ( lacking a nicer way too put it ) BUt gaterraid and powerade are definatly for high impact sports so i dont no what you do for work or if you play sports.
Original Post by jesse_paintball_finatic:
all right man i honestly made an account just to responded to this!
You made an account just to respond to a thread that's been dead for over 2 years?
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