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When used as intended — to replenish after true physical exertion — sports drinks are, indeed, healthy, according to experts. Cynthia Sass, RD, a sports nutritionist based in New York and L.A., says sports drinks can even be life-saving. “Drinking plain water, which doesn’t contain adequate amounts of electrolytes, after heavily sweating can dilute the concentration of electrolytes in the bloo. The Main Ingredients in Sports Drinks Water is the main ingredient in sports drinks, but they also contain other substances, including carbs and electrolytes, which are supposed to improve. Absolutely not to be confused with potentially harmful energy drinks like Red Bull, sports drinks like Gatorade and Powerade are mixture of water, sugar and electrolytes like sodium and potassium. As a result, sports drinks become a substitute for a healthy lifestyle of getting plenty of rest, eating a well-balanced diet, exercising and minimizing stress.
If you lead a healthy lifestyle, you. Sports drinks perpetuate the myth that sugary drinks can be healthy if you just add a vitamin or two and give it a catchy name-and a new study shows how kids have fallen for that myth. Sports drinks contain electrolytes—including potassium, sodium, magnesium, and calcium—to help combat dehydration.
They work with your body to improve the absorption of fluid and replenish mineral losses. Look for a sports drink that contains at least sodium and potassium. Sports drinks are classified three ways: isotonic, hypotonic and hypertonic, depending upon the amount of carbohydrates they contain.
Isotonic fluids have six to eight percent carbohydrates, including glucose your body’s preferred energy source for exercise. Sports drinks are beneficial in certain situations. If you’re exercising at moderate to high intensity for longer than an hour, a sports drink will keep performance at peak levels. Sports drinks are flavored beverages that generally contain electrolytes, vitamins, minerals and carbohydrates in the form of sugar. They replenish athletes with water and electrolytes lost from sweat and provide energy from the sugar they contain.
Energy drinks, on the other hand, contain a stimulant such as caffeine to give an energy boost. In these instances, it’s definitely recommended to consume a healthy sports drink to rehydrate. Sodium is especially important in this mix, because it helps transport water through the walls of the small intestine, where 95% of fluid absorption takes place.
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