Pros & Cons
What we like ...
- Relatively low prices
- No caffeine
- It is low in calories, sugar-free, and kosher
What needs improvement ...
- May cause stomach distress
- Reviewers mentioned some shipping and damaged product issues
- Not a dietary supplement
- Some ingredients vary based on the flavor
- Must be refrigerated after opening
The Gatorade brand is iconic in sports. It wouldn’t be a real championship game without dumping a barrel of Gatorade over the coach’s head. So naturally, we had to review the Gatorade Zero option for our sports drink lovers.
We found the best benefit for this drink to be the inclusion of electrolytes for recovery. Gatorade Zero can provide your body with 160 milligrams of sodium and 50 milligrams of potassium for electrolytes. The nutritional electrolytes will help to hydrate you after a tough workout, all without having to worry about excess sugar consumption.
12 fl oz
Liquid and powder
Strawberry Kiwi, Cool Blue, Fruit Punch, Orange, Berry, Lime Cucumber, Lemon Lime, Grape, Glacier Freeze, Glacier Cherry
12 fl oz, 20 fl oz, and 24 fl oz
0 per serving, 10 per container
Gatorade does an excellent job providing hydration options that are easy and on-the-go. Gatorade Zero may be a great option if you’re looking for a reasonably priced, low-sugar, and super-refreshing sports drink.