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Gatorade contains electrolytes to rehydrate people and provide energy. However, it also contains high levels of sugar, which can increase people’s health risks. According to Healthy Eating Research. Water is the most logical form of hydration.
However, sports drinks like Gatorade contain sugar and electrolytes like sodium and potassium. Sports drinks can help replace what we lose during longer. And Gatorade, like Brawndo, has electrolytes. Gatorade has a good amount of sodium, as well as glucose (sugar).
And your small intestines LOVE glucose. The little transporters in your small intestines will pick up that glucose, and in turn pick up the sodium. Sodium is one of the major electrolytes found in Gatorade as well as other sports drinks.
An article in the November 2009 issue of “Nutrition Bulletin” suggests it may be the only electrolyte needed in sports drinks for exercise rehydration. It is a positively. Electrolytes are salt minerals that conduct electricity and balance essential body fluids. Electrolyte imbalances, from dehydration or excessive sweating, can have serious health consequences. Gatorade contains sodium, potassium and chloride to help replenish lost electrolytes and keep your body running smoothly and efficiently, especially during exercise and.
The main electrolytes in this sports drink are sodium and potassium. These are two of the most important electrolytes for the human body. The maker of Gatorade chose these as they are particularly helpful for hydration and muscle functionality.
How quickly will Gatorade work?Electrolytes are another big reason for drinking Gatorade or other sports drinks during a strenuous athletic event or workout, since they are able to regulate where fluids are distributed within your body. When you sweat, you lose potassium and sodium, which are both electrolytes.
It’s because of the invaluable electrolytes they contain. Since the public is becoming more aware of healthy eating and living, that term might sound familiar. Athletes often throw around the word, electrolytes, as they are guzzling a large Gatorade.
Gatorade is a well designed electrolyte drink. It’s only downfall was 35g of sugar that would supply a blood sugar rise of 100 points. Gatorade zero uses Sucralose instead of sugar. It isn’t digested like sugar so if you are sugar depleted the pancreas will release it. The main ingredients (other than water) in most sports drinks are electrolytes and carbohydrates, though some beverages include additional ingredients.
Here’s a look at some common sports drink.
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|from Nutrition and Enhanced Sports Performance: Muscle Building, Endurance, and Strength|
|from Essentials of Exercise & Sport Nutrition: Science to Practice|
|from Successful Coaching|
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|from Wong’s Nursing Care of Infants and Children Multimedia Enhanced Version|
|from How to Change Your Drinking: A Harm Reduction Guide to Alcohol|
|from Medicine for the Outdoors E-Book: The Essential Guide to Emergency Medical Procedures and First Aid|
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