And I can't find a stupid label anywhere here (of course Gatorade's website is useless in all of this), but I'm pretty sure was listed in there, as well.01contains a concentrated blend of carbohydrates, B vitamins and electrolytes, delivery energy and helping to sustain your body's ability to burn additional carbohydrates when taken 15 minutes before competition. However you prepare, 01 Prime helps your preparation pay off.
Electrolytes: 110 milligrams of sodium and 35 milligrams of potassium per 8-oz. serving to help maintain hydration so you can make a statement early.
B Vitamins: Good source (10% Daily Value) of B vitamins - Niacin (B3), (B5) and Pyridoxine (B6) - that aid in energy metabolism as part of a daily diet.
Carbohydrates: Kick-start muscles with 25 grams of carbohydrates to start strong without caffeine.
Is it terrible? I guess not. But it sure isn't anything I'd personally market or look at as a "pre-event" drink/product.
It's not all that different from traditional Gatorade but for a higher price tag.