Here, courtesy of Mass Live, is a fine shot of Patriots Head Coach Bill Belichick being doused with sugar water ... uh, Gatorade ... Two showers this year! Blue, then Yellow:
Gatorade is a for-profit company, and since it is in their best interest to do so, Gatorade strives to bury any and all information that would lead people to realize that it has a high potential to cause tooth decay. But it's sweetened with a sucrose-dextrose mix, and at times in its past, has been sweetened with that ubiquitous dreaded nemesis of human health in North America, high fructose corn syrup.
Either way, that's sugar, Sugah.
Just be careful with it. Frequency matters. It's ok to drink Gatorade once in awhile during or after an intense sport or exercise session--but if you sip at it all throughout the game, time and time again, you are going to get cavities. Just like with soft drinks. These liquids are tooth-killers.
And speaking of profits ...
Let us all take a moment after Super Bowl XLIX to thank the IRS, in its great wisdom, for maintaining the NFL as a 501(c) 6 non-profit tax-exempt entity since 1944.
(Not the teams, but the NFL itself).
I'm sure that's just as appropriate today as it was in those dark wartime days of 1944.