Pourquoi prendre une boisson pour le sport?

Lorsque vous vous entraînez dur et que vous avez absolument besoin de boire, il est naturel de vouloir prendre la première bouteille à portée de main. Les boissons pour le sport sont une bonne façon de réhydrater votre corps pendant et après un exercice. Nous vous expliquons ici pourquoi :

  • Une boisson pour le sport contient des glucides et le sodium appropriés.
  • Les boissons pour le sport sont conçues pour éviter de donner une sensation de satiété prématurée, c'est-à-dire avant que vous n'ayez remplacé totalement les liquides que votre corps a perdus en transpirant.
  • Le goût des boissons pour le sport est généralement apprécié de ceux qui les consomment. 1-3,21,25
  • Une boisson pour le sport aide [X] à rétablir la perte de minéraux liée à la transpiration.

Les boissons pour le sport sont spécialement formulées pour reconstituer les besoins en sodium et en énergie et pour vous aider ainsi à maintenir des performances mentales et physiques optimales.

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