Sports Food and Energy Drinks

Sports Drinks or Energy Drinks are marketed as fluids, calories and electrolyte for the use before, during and after exercise. Providing fluids and calories is their primary purpose. Most sports drinks are about 6% concentration of carbohydrates. This means most sports drinks contains 100 to 125 calories per pint.

The only electrolyte that has consistently been shown to be important to athletes is only sodium and only when more than several quarters of fluid have been lost.

  • Carbonated Soft Drinks
  • Sports Energy Bars
  • Premenstrual Snack Bars

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