Maintained total body water content and serum sodium concentrations despite body mass loss in female ultra-runners drinking ad libitum during a 100 km race.

@article{Knechtle2010MaintainedTB,
  title={Maintained total body water content and serum sodium concentrations despite body mass loss in female ultra-runners drinking ad libitum during a 100 km race.},
  author={Beat Knechtle and Oliver Senn and Reinhard Imoberdorf and Irena Joleska and A. Wirth and Patrizia Knechtle and Thomas Rosemann},
  journal={Asia Pacific journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={2010},
  volume={19 1},
  pages={83-90}
}
We investigated in 11 female ultra-runners during a 100 km ultra-run, the association between fluid intake and prevalence of exercise-associated hyponatremia in a cross-sectional study. Athletes drank ad libitum and recorded their fluid intake. They competed at 8.0 (1.0) km/h and finished within 762 (91) min. Fluid intake was 4.1 (1.3) L during the race, equal to 0.3 (0.1) L/h. Body mass decreased by 1.5 kg (p< 0.01); pre race body mass was related to speed in the race (r = -0.78, p< 0.05); and… CONTINUE READING
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