Gatorade Removing Flame Retardant Chemical

Have you received your daily allowance of flame retardant for today? Well, it might be a little harder for you now that Gatorade has announced that a controversial chemical that has been patented in Europe as a flame retardant will no longer be added to Gatorade’s witches brew of ingredients. But, don’t worry fans of brominated vegetable oil, because the makers of Gatorade have found another chemical with a scary name to replace the BVO, named sucrose acetate isobutyrate. Where there’s a will to find scary sounding chemicals to put in your food, there’s a way to do it.

Gatorade might have protected athletic people for years from spontaneous human combustion, and for that we give Gatorade hearty thanks. Look at how few athletic persons suddenly burst into flames that drink Gatorade. If that isn’t proof that this stuff works, then I don’t what…

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