Stay Hydrated with Gatorade White Lightning

Stay Hydrated with Gatorade White Lightning

Summer is almost over, and people are making last-minute trips to the beach before monsoon season starts. With the current heat index, you’re bound to sweat a lot. Avoid dehydration and make sure to replenish with more than just water. Always bring a bottle of Gatorade.

Gatorade White Lightning

The newest Gatorade Thirst Quencher, White Lightning, tastes like a coconut water-flavored sports drink. We like it and we would buy a few bottles every time we head to the beach, when we cover events, or anytime we need to go out in the sun.

Gatorade White Lightning

Gatorade contains sodium and potassium – electrolytes that are essential to hydration and muscle function. Unlike beverages not scientifically formulated with the recommended amount of electrolytes (for physical exertion), Gatorade is lab-tested to ensure it helps replenish the electrolytes lost in sweat – this while maintaining thirst so you’ll keep ingesting fluids to stay hydrated.* We recommend trying out Gatorade’s latest flavor – White Lightning.

Gatorade White Lightning

On the beach, just because you don’t feel thirsty doesn’t mean you’re not dehydrated. All those fluids you’re sweating out must be replaced. Also, when you pee, check the color of your urine – the clearer it is, the better; the closer it is to brown, the more dehydrated you are. So drink up when you can.

Gatorade White Lightning

If you’re traveling far to hit the beach, freeze your Gatorade bottles the night before you head out and put them in a bag with insulated lining. Our team recently traveled to Calaguas and the pre-frozen bottles of Gatorade were still cold after 8 hours of travel. So, stock up. Drink up. Enjoy your Gatorade White Lightning.

*Gatorade FAQ.

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Anna loves to eat. She loves to cook. She loves her husband. She is the site admin of swirlingovercoffee.com, where she posts recipes she tweaked to suite her taste, as well as food and restaurant reviews. She and her husband, Irwin, loves Korean food. When she's not busy - she works for a digital advertising company - she cooks for the hubbie (who is a culinary philistine) and her friends (who often beg her to cook). Her most requested dishes is Calderetang Baka (pressure-cooked beef to tender loving tenderness). She's now into juicing using her Hurom and is currently addicted to coconut water.