Gatorade powder mix is now available in a sugar-free version - G Zero - featuring the same electrolyte blend that's been trusted by elite athletes since 1965.
G Zero is the ideal electrolyte solution for those looking to eliminate nonessential carbs from their diet. Available in 5 light and refreshing flavors, Gatorade's sugar-free powder is sweetened with sucralose and made with natural flavors. The Glacier Cherry version is also color-free.
Choose from 2.5-gallon pouches and single-serve sticks. Both can be purchased by the case, half case or single pouch / carton.
The pouches are perfect for both sports teams and work crews who are looking to serve the most for the least. The single-serve packets, designed to be added to a 20 oz bottle of water, are a great choice for those on the go.
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Gatorade Zero is a sugar-free sports drink from the makers of the Original Thirst Quencher. It features the same electrolyte blend found in original Gatorade and is designed for those looking to limit their intake of nonessential carbs. G Zero is available in both ready-to-drink and powder forms.
No, Gatorade Zero is a sugar-free product. Although it contains the same proven blend of electrolytes as found in original Gatorade, it contains no sugars. G Zero was developed as a sports drink suitable for those looking to maintain a low carb diet.
No, Gatorade Zero does not contain caffeine. Commonly found in coffees, teas and sodas, caffeine is also added to energy drinks, such as Red Bull. However, these drinks differ from sports drinks like Gatorade and G Zero, which were primarily designed to replenish the electrolytes lost in sweat.
Yes, sugar-free Gatorade Zero has the same blend of electrolytes as found in the Original Thirst Quencher. Trusted by elite athletes since 1965, both Gatorade and Gatorade Zero contain approximately 100 mg of Sodium and 30 mg of Potassium per 8 oz serving.
Sugar-free Gatorade Zero is sweetened with sucralose. Although made from sugar, the majority of ingested sucralose remains undigested, and is therefore non-caloric. Sucralose is the sweetener of choice for most artificially sweetened sports drinks, including low calorie Gatorade G2, since it lacks the typical artificial after-taste.
No, G2 is a low sugar product, while G Zero is a no sugar product. Gatorade G2 is sweetened with a sugar and sucralose blend and contains half the calories of original Gatorade. Gatorade Zero is sweetened with only sucralose and has zero calories. Both contain the same electrolytes found in original Gatorade.
Yes, Gatorade Zero is considered a keto friendly product since it contains zero sugars and zero calories. Sweetened with sucralose, it contains the same optimal blend of sodium and potassium as found in original Gatorade. G Zero is therefore an ideal electrolyte solution for those seeking to maintain ketosis.
Yes, Gatorade Zero is now available as a powder mix and can be purchased in both pouches and single-serve sticks. The pouches make 2.5 gallons, and each single-serve stick makes 20 oz when added to a bottle of water. Available flavors include Fruit Punch, Glacier Cherry, Glacier Freeze, Grape and Orange.