Sodium intake and post-exercise rehydration in man

@article{Maughan1995SodiumIA,
  title={Sodium intake and post-exercise rehydration in man},
  author={Ronald J Maughan and John B Leiper},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={71},
  pages={311-319}
}
This study examined the effect of the sodium content of drinks on the rehydration process after exercise. Six healthy male volunteers were dehydrated by a mean (SEM) of 1.9(0.0) % of body mass by intermittent cycle exercise in a warm (32°C), humid (54% RH) environment. Subjects exercised on four occasions at weekly intervals with each trial beginning in the morning, 3 h after a standard breakfast. Over a 30-min period beginning 30 min after the end of exercise, subjects ingested one of the four… CONTINUE READING

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