Britvic Gatorade Reviews
Product Type: Britvic Soft Drink
Description:Soft Drinks / Non-carbonated sports drink / Lemon, Orange
Newest Review: ... goes over so you simply pull it up and down to use it and to stop it leaking. On the label around the neck of the bottle we ... more
Customer Britvic Gatorade Reviews (10)
by - written on 08/04/10 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I had heard of this drink before, but always presumed it was a cheap kids drink, like Panda Pops, and never really bothered trying it. I was in the chemists with my son, and he was thirsty and we noticed that a bottle of this was quite cheap, at 79p, compared with the other similar drinks on offer, such as fruit shoot. I had to put my preconceptions aside, because I could see from the packaging, that this was a premium product. It was actually designed for athletes, and has been around since 1965. It aims to rehydrate using a balance of the following components: Electrolytes: Sodium, Potasium and Chloride, to replace ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/09 (Very useful, 36 readings)
At work we had a sales woman come to see us to sell some of thier goods. She left us with some samples and one of these was a blackcurrant flavour bottle of Gatorade. Gatorade i feel is the American competition to Lucozade. The point of the drink is to replinesh the nutrients that you lose in sweat and burn up during exercise. It is aimed at the fitness industry. *Design and Packaging* This bottle is clear so you can see the juice that is in it. Being blackcurrant it was a purple colour. The bottle has a sleek modern shape to it with the Gatorade name embossed into it. It comes with a sports cap which is easy to open and close. This ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/08/09 (Very useful, 112 readings)
Having heard a lot about "Gatorade" I was interested, but hadn't actually managed to see any, the drink is regularly put across as the premier Isotonic drink and is often advertised on ESPN's website. The product has found it's self in many product placements and is regarded as the greatest Isotonic out there, having been around for over 40 years there's more history here than with any other Isotonic (unless you run with Lucozade Sport's history dating back via Lucozade Energy to 1927). Though it has yet to break into the UK on the same scale as it has in the USA, often it has been the rival "Powerade" that has been the dominant Isotonic in the UK ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/09 (Very useful, 118 readings)
**Drink or Medicine?** Many studies have shown the need to keep our bodies watered. Apparently studies have also shown that we are more likely to successfully hydrate ourselves using flavoured beverages - more power to the manufacturers of soft drinks! I would have expected my doctor to adhere to the "water is terrific for you" principle, and I'm sure he does really, so I was surprised when recently he advised my daughter to buy some Gatorade. My daughter is (like her poor ole Mum) a migraine sufferer. She has several triggers, one being over tiredness, and this can be infuriating in every day life. Just as you're getting stuck in ... ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/13, updated on 31/07/13 (Very useful, 49 readings)
When it comes to re-hydration drinks and energy drinks and the suchlike I much admit to buying them rather often. This Gatorade drink I bought in my local B & M store after going to the gym one day and feeling exhausted and I bought it because the labeling on it told me that it is meant to replenish fluids and it sold as a drink aimed at active bodies. The packaging of this is simple enough. It comes in a see through plastic bottle with Gatorade embossed into it and the top of it is spots style with a cap that goes over so you simply pull it up and down to use it and to stop it leaking. On the label around the neck of the bottle we are clearly told what it ... Read the complete review
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