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THE PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF WATER vs. GATORADE ...

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water vs. Gatorade during prolonged exercise. Subjects consisted of 10 ... The result of prolonged physical activity in warm temperatures can severely affect ...

Gatorade Vs. Water | LIVESTRONG.COM

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Jun 6, 2015 ... Sports drinks such as Gatorade promise better athletic performance, but in some cases they're not really necessary. Water does the trick in ...

The Physiological Effects of Gatorade® Versus Diluted Fruit Juice ...

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Aug 23, 2014 ... Results indicated that diluted fruit juice rated higher for fullness compared to a popular sports beverage (Gatorade ®), or water; comparable in ...

Dehydration rates and rehydration efficacy of water and sports drink ...

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Dehydration rates and rehydration efficacy of water and sports drink during one hour of ... water and a well established, commercially available sports drink ( Gatorade, ... RESULTS: The results [mean +/- standard deviation (SD)] showed that ...

KAPLAN UNIVERSITY: Coconut water: Is it really “nature's sport ...

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Compare this to Gatorade which contains 70 calories, 19 grams carbs, 154 mg sodium, ... Commercial coconut water brands versus traditional sports drink: ... The results indicated that the sodium enriched coconut water was as effective as the ...

Salt and the ultraendurance athlete

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The body has a remarkable ability to maintain sodium and water balance ... If the athlete replaces only the lost water and has minimal salt intake, hyponatremia can result. ... Salt vs. Sodium? Undoubtedly, some of you have noticed that FDA food ... than half a gallon (2.18 liters) of Gatorade -- certainly impractical every hour!

Coconut Water vs. Sports Drinks: How Do They Compare ...

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coconut water versus sports drinks ... Group 1 – bottled water; Group 2 – pure coconut water; Group 3 – coconut ... The results of this study were interesting:.

Electrolyte Challenge: Gatorade vs. Orange Juice - California State ...

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Electrolyte Challenge: Gatorade vs. Orange ... used to have my tests go through efficiently were paper towels, tap water in room temperature, orange juice in ... I completed three trials and combined the results to get the my result. The final ...

Sports Drinks, Gatorade, Powerade, Vitamin water, or Water | Caring ...

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Sports Drinks, Gatorade, Powerade, Vitamin water, or Water. ... Water vs Sports Drinks. First of all ... Just looking at their Diet Typing results from a juice drink will show you what happens when a fast oxidizer of food drinks a sugary beverage.

Probing Question: Are sports drinks better than water for athletes ...

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May 7, 2007 ... ... than water for athletes? marathon runner drinks gatorade ... This process keeps your body cool, but results in loss of fluid. "Sports drinks are ...

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The Effect of Gatorade Vs. Water on 7th

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The original purpose of this experiment was to determine the effect of Gatorade vs. water on the pulse rate of seventh graders while ...

Sports Drinks vs. Water | Men's Fitness

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While Gatorade was invented in 1965 by the medical team for the University of ... Sports Drinks vs. Water. Do these concoctions really hydrate better than H2O? ... Timing: the right food, the right time, the right results, which is out in June.

Gatorade is Better for Athletes Than Water - Cleveland Clinic

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Soccer players did not drink enough water or Gatorade to replace the water they lost by ... These results prove that Gatorade is not better for athletes than water.