Now available: flame retardant free Gatorade

The ingredient, brominated vegetable oil BVO, is a chemical containing bromine, which is found in fire retardants. Small quantities of BVO are used legally in some citrus-flavored drinks in the United States to keep the flavor evenly distributed.

via PepsiCo replacing Gatorade ingredient after online petition – chicagotribune.com.

It’s still in your Mountain Dew.

Drink WATER.  And unsweetened TEA.  Even some coffee.  Don’t put things in your mouth that have ingredients you would not eat separately.

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