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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Hi guys. This may be a silly question. Is Gatorade gluten free? If so which flavors? Do they test? I'm looking for an electrolyte drink as my doctor has diagnosed me with POTS. It's just strange my POTS symptoms have gotten worse since 4 months on the gluten-free diet😑I can barley stand without almost passing out. I've neglected the table test for now because we are basing it off of my symptoms and heart rate and blood pressure and holster monitor. Eventually in May I will have the table test.  But  trying to find an electrolyte drink to help. Also does anyone know of supplements that may help with bad circulation? The blood is pretty much pooling  in my legs and not going to my head or feet🙁 so Gatorade and circulation help!

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All Gatorade drinks are gluten free.

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You will be better off with coconut water here. A blend of bioflovoids, vitamin C, Magnesium, and potassium will do wonders with your circulation and coconut water is naturally high in electrolytes. I used to drink it before my issues with sugars started last year. Since then I had to start taking them all in different form without the sugars. Funny thing I did recently come across a product that got my attention supposedly supposed to help with circulation. I was thinking of maybe changing over to it myself. https://www.luckyvitamin.com/p-1696937-hemodas-swollen-ankle-citrus-sinensis-l-bioflavonoid-600-mg-30-tablets   

^Funny thing about this product. THE SAME BRAND offers something with the EXACT same ingredients that cost $7 more supposedly targeted at helping with anal bleeding and pain. -_-

Might also suggest cinnamon for circulation.

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While Gateraid is gluten free, I prefer Nunn tablets for my long rides.  Good for marathons too.  Easy to transport.  Just add water.  

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Cyclinglady, where do you get the nuun tablets? Does it matter the flavor is the brand gluten free for all?

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26 minutes ago, Jherm21 said:

Cyclinglady, where do you get the nuun tablets? Does it matter the flavor is the brand gluten free for all?

I think all the flavors are all gluten free.  I buy them at my local grocery store which is a Kroger store.  Amazon has them too.  Jenny at "The Patient Celiac" uses them too (she is a preemie doctor who has celiac disease). 

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