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Gatorade Contains Flame Retardant No More: PepsiCo To Remove Controversial Ingredient Gatorade Contains Flame Retardant No More: PepsiCo To Remove Controversial Ingredient

You may not know this, but certain citrus flavors of Gatorade contains an ingredient called brominated vegetable oil. The bromine chemical in the ingredient is somewhat controversial as it’s used in flame retardants. As such, it’s illegal to use as …

Ball Girl

A video on YouTube depicting a ball girl at a minor league baseball game making an unbelievable catch is actually a shelved ad for Gatorade.

The ball girls superhuman leap was actually done by a stuntwoman who was helped into the air by cables. The accidental viral video has received more than 3.5 million hits on a variety of Web sites within the last month.

Ball Girl

A video on YouTube depicting a ball girl at a minor league baseball game making an unbelievable catch is actually a shelved ad for Gatorade.

The ball girls superhuman leap was actually done by a stuntwoman who was helped into the air by cables. The accidental viral video has received more than 3.5 million hits on a variety of Web sites within the last month.

Ball Girl

A video on YouTube depicting a ball girl at a minor league baseball game making an unbelievable catch is actually a shelved ad for Gatorade.

The ball girls superhuman leap was actually done by a stuntwoman who was helped into the air by cables. The accidental viral video has received more than 3.5 million hits on a variety of Web sites within the last month.

Ball Girl

A video on YouTube depicting a ball girl at a minor league baseball game making an unbelievable catch is actually a shelved ad for Gatorade.

The ball girls superhuman leap was actually done by a stuntwoman who was helped into the air by cables. The accidental viral video has received more than 3.5 million hits on a variety of Web sites within the last month.