Optimal use of fluids of varying formulations to minimise exercise-induced disturbances in homeostasis.

@article{Lamb1986OptimalUO,
  title={Optimal use of fluids of varying formulations to minimise exercise-induced disturbances in homeostasis.},
  author={David R. Lamb and Gary R. Brodowicz},
  journal={Sports medicine},
  year={1986},
  volume={3 4},
  pages={
          247-74
        }
}
The rationale underlying the development of various formulations of beverages for consumption before, during, and/or after physical exercise is that such formulations should minimise some of the disturbances in physiological homeostasis that occur during exercise and thereby prevent injury and/or enhance performance. Exercise- and dehydration-induced increases in core temperature, body fluid osmolality, heart rate, losses of plasma and other body fluid volumes, and carbohydrate depletion are… CONTINUE READING

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