Propel Fitness Water

by Gatorade

Product Type

Water: Enhanced


23.7 fl oz PET (700 ml)

Nutritional Info

Serving size: 8 fl oz (240 ml);
Servings per container: About 3;
Amount per serving: Calories: 10;
Total fat: 0g;
Total carbohydrates: 3g;
Sugars: 2g;
Protein: 0g;
Vitamin C: 10%;
Vitamin E: 10%;
Niacin: 25%;
Vitamin B6: 25%;
Vitamin B12: 4%;
Pantothenic acid: 25%


Water, sucrose syrup, citric acid, natural flavors, sodium citrate, potassium citrate, sucralose, vitamin C, vitamin E acetate, niacinamide, calcium disodium EDTA, calcium pantothenate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, acesulfame potassium, vitamin B12.

Bevnet Rating
2 stars2 stars2 stars2 stars2 stars
User rating
(42 votes)
Buy Online

Review: Berry

Posted: May 11, 2005 at 12:00 AM (Last Updated: May 11, 2005 at 9:43 AM)
Gatorade’s berry-flavored fitness water has a slight taste of strawberries but there’s something in the mix that is sour and off-putting. It’s hard to imagine that this is what Gatorade had in mind when they set out to create a line of waters that people would turn to as a way of staying hydrated during or after athletic events. There’s simply too much of a reliance on a too-sweet blend of sucrose syrup and sucralose, as well as citric acid, to make this taste like anything but an unexceptional, run-of-the-mill flavored water. While there’s 24 ounces of it in the bottle, buyers might not think that’s a great thing after a few swigs.