Importance of hydration pre-exercise
Key pointStarting exercise dehydrated increases gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms when fluid intake does not compensate during the exercise bout, particularly upper-gastrointestinal symptoms and nausea, due to delayed gastric emptying.
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Food as Medicine: Food, Exercise and the Gut
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