L'EAU NE SUFFIT PAS TOUJOURS

S’il est vrai que l’eau étanche la soif, ce n'est pas toujours la meilleure boisson pour réhydrater ton corps durant ou après l’effort. Voici pourquoi:


- L’eau ne contient pas les minéraux et glucides nécessaires. 4,7,9,10-16, 19-20, 26
- L’eau ne contient aucun arôme qui encourage à boire. Elle bloque les récepteurs de soif trop tôt, avant même que tu n’aies remplacé les liquides perdus par le biais de la transpiration. 1,3,9,12,20,21

Les boissons pour sportifs sont conçues spécialement pour réapprovisionner tes réserves d’énergie et de sodium afin de te permettre de donner le meilleur de toi-même pendant tes entraînements, les sports d’endurance ou tes activités physiques.

Références

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3. Hubbard RW, Sandick BL, et al. Voluntary dehydration and alliesthesia for water, J Appl Physiol 1984; 57:868-875


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5. Maughan RJ, Noakes TD.(1991) Fluid replacement and exercise stress. A brief review of studies on fluid replacement and some guidelines for the athlete. Sports Med. Jul;12(1):16-31


6. Shi X, Passe DH (2010). Water and solute absorption from carbohydrate-electrolyte solutions in the human proximal small intestine: a review and statistical analysis. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab. Oct;20(5):427-42


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8. Jentjens RL, Underwood K, Achten J, Currell K, Mann CH, Jeukendrup AE. (2006) Exogenous carbohydrate oxidation rates are elevated after combined ingestion of glucose and fructose during exercise in the heat J Appl Physiol. Mar;100(3):807-16. Epub 2005 Nov 10


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10. Maughan RJ and Shirreffs SM. Formulating sports drinks. Chemistry and Industry. 28-32, January 19, 1998

 

Cette information ne constitue pas un conseil médical et ne doit pas remplacer la consultation avec ton médecin ou nutritionniste avant de commencer un nouveau programme d’exercices ou un nouveau régime.

 

Cette information ne constitue pas un conseil médical et ne doit pas remplacer la consultation avec ton médecin ou nutritionniste avant de commencer un nouveau programme d’exercices ou un nouveau régime.


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