Hoping for snow
I'm sure any athletes or avid TV watchers have heard or seen 'powerade ion4' with the claimed '4 minerals lost during sweat potassium, sodium, calcium and magnesium. I picked up a bottle at the store today to read the label it has sodium, potassium, and magnesium but no calcium. On the bottle I picked up clearly had 0% of daily recommend intake of calcium and on the US label it says "not a significant source of". Isn't this blatant false advertising? There own website clearly states it contains the 4 minerals lost during sweat and it is inside this drink when clearly the label says otherwise. Being someone physically active I have tried it thinking it will do more then just regular Gatorade.