Fluid replacement during sustained activity in the heat: nutrient solution vs. water.

@article{Levine1991FluidRD,
  title={Fluid replacement during sustained activity in the heat: nutrient solution vs. water.},
  author={Leslie Levine and M Sainte Rose and Paolo Francesconi and P Darrell Neufer and Michael N. Sawka},
  journal={Aviation, space, and environmental medicine},
  year={1991},
  volume={62 6},
  pages={559-64}
}
This study examined the thermoregulatory and hydrational status of men during sustained activity in a hot-dry (37 degrees C, 20% rh) environment while they consumed only a nutrient solution (nutrient), or consumed only colored, flavored water (control). Eleven heat acclimated young men attempted 24-h sustained activity experiments. These experiments consisted of alternating 45-min bouts of treadmill walking (410 W, approximately 30% VO2max) and rest (including sedentary activity). Data were… CONTINUE READING

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