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Is Propel Water Good For You?
One of the sports drinks on the market today is Propel, which contains several vitamins, minerals, and electrolytes the body needs following intense physical activity. Of course, as with any other sports drink, Propel also contains added sugar.
Propel water provides the body with 270 milligrams of sodium and 70 milligrams of potassium, which is a greater replenishment than tap water. It also contains vitamins B, C, and E and electrolytes, the essential minerals that support your body with several vital processes, such as nerve and muscle function and fluid balance
However, Propel water contains acesulfame potassium, an artificial sweetener that, despite its name, contains only traces of potassium. It also has sucralose, an artificial sweetener that goes through a chemical process that makes it 600 times sweeter than sugar while remaining calorie-free.
Consuming Propel water in moderation following workouts can benefit someone who engages in intense physical exercise, exercises in a humid area, or exercises for longer periods. However, drinking tap water is sufficient to rehydrate someone who participates in easy or moderate activities.