Multiple transportable carbohydrates enhance gastric emptying and fluid delivery.

@article{Jeukendrup2010MultipleTC,
  title={Multiple transportable carbohydrates enhance gastric emptying and fluid delivery.},
  author={Asker E. Jeukendrup and Leo Moseley},
  journal={Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports},
  year={2010},
  volume={20 1},
  pages={112-21}
}
This study compared the effects of ingesting water (WATER), an 8.6% glucose solution (GLU) and an 8.6% glucose+fructose solution (2:1 ratio, GLU+FRU) on gastric emptying (GE), fluid delivery, and markers of hydration status during moderate intensity exercise. Eight male subjects (age=24+/-2 years, weight=74.5+/-1.2 kg, VO2max=62.6+/-2.5 mL/kg/min) performed three 120 min cycling bouts at 61% VO2max. Subjects ingested GLU, GLU+FRU (both delivering 1.5 g/min carbohydrate), or WATER throughout… CONTINUE READING

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