20. Age 37: Reads Men’s Health each night before bed, sees advertisements for Gatorade. Gatorade relies on numerous taglines, usually prominently featured in some of their full-page layouts. "Be Come", "Gatorade Always Wins", "Is it in You?", are a few examples.
If you’re not breaking a sweat, then let go of that Gatorade. Drinking sports drinks as a regular beverage at least once a week is associated with other not-so-healthy behaviors, like higher intake of added sugar from sodas and fruit juice, smoking, and more screen time, found new research from the University of Minnesota. It has links to some surprising bad habits http://www.menshealth.com/nutrition/strange-effect-sports-drinks via @menshealthmag
Drinking Straight from the Coconut in Southeast Asia: You've heard how obscenely healthy coconut water is for you: it's nature's Gatorade, the best hangover cure, and doctors here are known to hook it up to an IV as a treatment for Dengue Fever. Pick it up at roadside stalls from the friendly man with a machete, he'll hack the top off for you and stick in a straw for under a dollar.
Gatorade Sweat It to Get It | Tip Ft. JJ Watt http://youtu.be/pmYb71YrucI Muscle shirts are for muscles. Gatorades are for athletes. Gatorade partnered with NFL Films to bring the Sweat It To Get It initiative to college campuses. If you want a Gatorade you're going to have to work for it no exceptions. #yoga #yogavideos #yogaworkout