Coingesting glucose and fructose in the cold potentiates exogenous CHO oxidation.

@article{Blondin2012CoingestingGA,
  title={Coingesting glucose and fructose in the cold potentiates exogenous CHO oxidation.},
  author={Denis P Blondin and François R P{\'e}ronnet and François Haman},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2012},
  volume={44 9},
  pages={
          1706-14
        }
}
PURPOSE Current understanding of exogenous CHO metabolism during cold exposure is limited but suggests that exogenous glucose oxidation reaches a maximum of ~200 mg · min(-1) at a glucose ingestion rate of 400 mg · min(-1). The aim of the present study was to determine whether ingesting glucose in combination with fructose (GLU + FRU) after 60 min of cold exposure could increase the rate of exogenous CHO oxidation and reduce the reliance on endogenous CHO reserves compared with ingesting a… CONTINUE READING
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