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Powerade Zero Review

Reviewed by Tanya Jackson | Oct 9, 2008
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Powerade ZeroThere are a lot of sports drinks out there, all touting some kind of health benefit, but a closer look at these beverages reveals that, healthy and wonderful as these drinks may seem to be, many of them have about a lot of sugar and more calories than a "drink" should have! Imagine my excitement, therefore, when I saw that Powerade was offering a new line of zero-calorie sports drinks, aptly called Powerade Zero.

Powerade Zero is offered in three flavors: Grape, Mixed Berry and Strawberry. These drinks taste much like what I have come to expect from sports drinks - sweet with somewhat artificial flavors that still seem to be able to quench your thirst after a good workout. I liked the Strawberry flavor best, but they were all pretty appealing (if you like sweet drinks).

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