Gatorade vs. Banana: Which Has More Potassium?
The “G” Series… so impressive, so technical. WOW! It’s the not so secret “sauce” that makes you an athlete.
Let’s put the G = Gatorade to the test, mono-a-mono against the formidable banana. And see who prevails…
The measure is the highly-coveted, muscle hydrating mineral, potassium.
QUESTION: Which has more Potassium?
A) 32 OZ Gatorade <==
B) 1 Banana <==
The ANSWER: C) One Chocolate Full Strength!
Honestly, it’s not where I started out. I began by comparing the G-ade and Banana and it turns out, as you might guess, the Banana beats the corn-syrup crap out of Gatorade G Series.
An average banana has about 450 mg of potassium. Gatorade (32 oz) has 120 mg total in it’s total 56 grams of sugar.
The delicious Chocolate Full Strength shake delivers 1570 mg of potassium, a complete, balanced nutritious meal.
But as I was sitting here typing this, enjoying a Full Strength, I looked at the packet and noticed my Full Strength Shake beat the banana by over 348%!
And yes, that means one Full Strength shake has more potassium than 13 big size Gatorades – over 3 gallons of sugary, sweet G-ade. Now that’s sweet!!
Next time you’ve played the role of athlete, be in the weekend-warrior sort or the prime-time game, reward your body and mind with the vitamins & minerals it needs along with the finest premium proteins and carbs that will boost you now and keep your strong for hours.
There’s no better time for a FULL STRENGTH than when you’ve earned it!
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