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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    The taurine in energy drinks is synthetic and vegetarian friendly.
    I did start wondering about that. I have a vegan friend who said Red Bull is vegan friendly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smidget3004 View Post
    Taurine and guarana isn't good for bubs development I don't think. I dropped my red bull for coke, which has a lot less caffeine than coffee. I drank only 600ml every second day and no coffee, but a mocha on the days I didn't have coke

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    Isn't a mocha just coffee with chocolate in it..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justwant2beamummy View Post
    Isn't a mocha just coffee with chocolate in it..?
    Yep but I think what she's saying is that the days she has coke she has no coffee.



    Also is it the non isotonic powerades that have the warnings? I just looked on a bottle in the fridge (isotonic) and couldn't find a warning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maybelline View Post
    Wouldn't touch any of these drinks pregnant or not!!
    Me either!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarity View Post
    Its what my doctor told me. Maybe I have it wrong, but he said its not recommended if your not dehydrated, especially for pregnant women. I drank it a lot and asked him, because of the label. That's what he told me, fine for if your dehydrated, stay away if I'm perfectly hydrated.
    I don't drink milk anyway.
    These fizzy sorts of drinks usually make you drink more though so I would think it would be best to avoid it particularly if dehydrated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by αληθη View Post
    Yep but I think what she's saying is that the days she has coke she has no coffee.



    Also is it the non isotonic powerades that have the warnings? I just looked on a bottle in the fridge (isotonic) and couldn't find a warning?
    I drank the isotonic ones when I was pregnant with DD1, everytime I read the "Not recommended for children, pregnant or lactating women" I'd feel bad, so I asked my doctor about it. Maybe they have removed the warning now, I haven't had powerade for over 5 years now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by αληθη View Post
    Yep but I think what she's saying is that the days she has coke she has no coffee.



    Also is it the non isotonic powerades that have the warnings? I just looked on a bottle in the fridge (isotonic) and couldn't find a warning?
    I havent seen warnings on the red isotonic powerade, which is what I drink. Ive never had the others though so cant be sure.

    For aguments sake, woolworths full cream milk has 48mg of sodium per 100mls. Powerade mountain blast isotonic has 28mg per 100mls.

    Im not doubting some doctors advise against it. My dr and midwife however have no problem with it during pregnancy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberleygal1 View Post
    These fizzy sorts of drinks usually make you drink more though so I would think it would be best to avoid it particularly if dehydrated.
    Powerade isn't fizzy :what:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberleygal1 View Post
    These fizzy sorts of drinks usually make you drink more though so I would think it would be best to avoid it particularly if dehydrated.
    Powerade isn't fizzy. It has electrolytes in it, it's basically a sugary, commercialized electrolyte drink. Initially to rehydrate you after sport/exercise, but people drink it as any other everyday kind of drink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarity View Post
    Powerade isn't fizzy. It has electrolytes in it, it's basically a sugary, commercialized electrolyte drink. Initially to rehydrate you after sport/exercise, but people drink it as any other everyday kind of drink.
    Sorry I didn't read properly, I was refering to the red bull and v drinks, not powerade (lack of sleep from sick bubba)


 

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