I think it depends on how much you normally drink, and if you are using it for hydration or for sugar.
Liquid IV does not have a lot of sugar. So if you are using it for sugar, you would be in a jam because you’d need to drink a lot of it.
I suggest having 2 drink sources. One for hydration, lower carb - like just water or Liquid IV or G2. And a different bottle that has a higher amount of sugar, which you would use for BG maintenance.
For the higher sugar drink, you can make your own mix. Get Gatorade powder and add some table sugar and some maltodextrin to it. (You can get maltodextrin from Amazon). Using different types of sugars makes absorption faster.
That bottle would be the “high octane” bottle for when you are low or trending low.
And then the other bottle would be the lower carb bottle, just for normal hydration.
(I used to run with 2 bottles - one was a water bottle and the other bottle was full of Gatorade Prime, which was the Gatorade company’s higher sugar drink. Unfortunately, the Gatorade Prime drink is hard to find. Now I just use gels and water.)
Anyway, that’s what I’d suggest, 2 drink bottles - low carb hydration, for when your BG is high or okay, and high carb hydration, for when you are low.
Make sure the 2 bottles are different colors so you don’t mix them up.