LOOK at how much sugar is in Gatorade.
#1. "Sugar is the No. 2 ingredient in a bottle of Gatorade after water. Sugar can mean a variety of different things when it comes to structure, but in Gatorade it's a disaccharide known as sucrose, which also happens to be the same type of sugar found in your sugar bowl. Sucrose is composed of two simple sugar molecules, glucose and fructose, that are chemically attached to form the disaccharide.
Dextrose is the third ingredient in Gatorade and is an even simpler sugar than sucrose. Dextrose is a monosaccharide -- meaning it's made up of one sugar unit -- and is another name for the simple molecule glucose. Glucose is your body's preferred source of energy."