Influence of glucose and fructose ingestion on the capacity for long-term exercise in well-trained men.

@article{Bjrkman1984InfluenceOG,
  title={Influence of glucose and fructose ingestion on the capacity for long-term exercise in well-trained men.},
  author={O. Bj{\"o}rkman and K. Sahlin and L. Hagenfeldt and J. Wahren},
  journal={Clinical physiology},
  year={1984},
  volume={4 6},
  pages={
          483-94
        }
}
The aim of the present study was to examine the influence of glucose and fructose ingestion on the capacity to perform prolonged heavy exercise. Eight well-trained healthy volunteers exercised on a bicycle ergometer at 68 +/- 3% of their VO2 max until exhaustion, on three occasions, with 8-day intervals. During the exercise they ingested either glucose (250 ml, 7%), fructose (250 ml, 7%) or water (250 ml) every 20 min in a double-blind randomized study design. Arterial blood samples were… Expand
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