Off to a G-reat summer? Hydrate with the right electrolyte drink

The summer season is officially here! For the first time in two years, outdoor recreation activities have returned. People are ready to get moving, unleashing their pent-up excitement while taking advantage of the eased pandemic restrictions.

Staying active is energy-busting, especially with this hot weather. Stay hydrated with Gatorade No Sugar so that you will have no downtime and have enough hydration to get you moving throughout the day.

“We’re thrilled that people are back doing what they love to do during summer. People are back out walking their pets, staying active through light workouts, and making movements throughout their day to stay healthy. Gatorade No Sugar is the perfect and healthier hydration partner to hydrate them on the road to achieving their wellness goals,” said Frederick D. Ong, president and chief executive officer of Pepsi-Cola Products Philippines, Inc (PCPPI).

Gatorade No Sugar is an electrolyte drink that helps replenish the water, minerals, and energy that you lost through sweat to keep you properly hydrated throughout the day. It powerfully enhances mental alertness and physical performance to make you 100% ready to hustle and go home a winner.

It has no sugar so you can drink it every day. It’s naturally sweetened with Stevia that gives off a less sweet taste, just the way you want it. This drink has no calories to complement your diet.

Gatorade No Sugar comes in 500ml bottles. It has two fun, refreshing flavors: the Citrus Quench and Blue Bolt. It is available in different supermarkets and convenience stores nationwide.

PCPPI is the exclusive manufacturer of Gatorade and other well-known beverage brands like Pepsi, Mountain Dew, 7-Up, Mirinda, Mug, Sting, Tropicana, Lipton, Aquafina, Premier, and Milkis.

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