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Sports drinks, such as Gatorade and Powerade, are formulated to replace some of the electrolytes lost during exercise. It's also possible to replace electrolytes with coconut water or with homemade sports drinks.

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Sports drinks such as Gatorade, Powerade, Propel, Cytomax, drinks made by Clif and Powerbar and coconut water contain electrolytes. These drinks come in both ready-to-drink bottles as well as powdered forms that can be m...

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Although sugar is often found in sports drinks and other electrolyte replacement products, it is not an electrolyte. Electrolytes include sodium, potassium, chloride and bicarbonate.

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Sports drinks such as Gatorade, Powerade, Propel, Cytomax, drinks made by Clif and Powerbar and coconut water contain electrolytes. These drinks come in both ready-to-drink bottles as well as powdered forms that can be m...

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Aside from water, drinks with added electrolytes can help to prevent dehydration. These beverages, commonly known as exercise or sports drinks, contain sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium.

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Sports drinks or electrolyte-enhanced water help to replace fluids and electrolytes to reduce the chances of a leg cramp. The primary cause of leg cramps is dehydration, according to Nancy Matsumoto for The Wall Street J...

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According to TheHealthBenefits.com, Gatorade is good for athletes and physically active people. It replenishes the body with water and electrolytes lost during strenuous activity. Gatorade is made with water, fruit flavo...

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