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Fig. 1 | Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition

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From: Rehydrating efficacy of maple water after exercise-induced dehydration

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Experimental Design. Using a counterbalanced design, subjects were randomly assigned to either the control (maple flavored water) or maple water (DrinkMaple, MW) for their first visit. Baseline measures of hydration (nude body weight, analog and digital USG, saliva and urine osmolality, urine volume, urine color), perceptual measures of thirst and fatigue, HR and HRV. Following cycling to ~ 2% Dehydration, the same battery of measures were taken immediately post-exercise, 0.5, 1.0, and 2.0 h post consumption of assigned beverage. Participants returned no less than 48 h later to complete the trial in the other condition

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