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Chemistry Term paper and Biology year end report All about Gatorade It is often debated in the sports world whether water is the best drink to be drinking during sports activity or whether another drink can fuel the body up faster and more proficiently It is widely believed that nothing beats water and that you can drink sports drinks before and after an activity but not during This is the sports world superstition But I am here to tell you that drinking Gatorade during an activity will raise your performance level and help you carry it though your game What is it that Gatorade does and water doesnt When you do physical activity your body loses fuel Gatorade replenishes this lost fuel quickly But what is fuel Fuel is water Yup thats right water Your body consists of 80 water and when you go out on that field or track or court your body starts to use that water as fuel You lose this fluid through sweat If you lose too much water you get dehydrated which can cause dizziness headaches and fatigue It can also cause heat stroke and heat exhaust The most straightforward thing to do would be to replace water with water This is not wrong Actually this is 100 right But water takes some time to absorb in your body It will eventually get you rehidrated again but by that time you might be done with your game and then it wouldnt have made much sense anyway You want something that your body will absorb almost as soon as you take it in Your solution is Gatorade Gatorade replenished your lost fluids which can be up to a gallon an hour with small amounts or sodium and carbohydrates Why does Gatorade replenish your body faster than water does Gatorade contains 6 carbohydrates This is the perfect amount of carbohydrates to
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