Many male friends view exercise as a part of their lives, a regulator of life, a way to relieve stress, and a source of health. After sweating profusely, it is normal for men to drink something to quench their thirst and replenish the water they lose. Have men thought of how to drink to be healthy?
Sugar, salt, vitamins
The proportion should be appropriate
The most ideal beverage after exercise is a sports beverage formulated according to the physiological needs of the human body. In principle, sports drinks can be selected before, during, and after exercise. However, in real sports drinks, the content of sugar is generally around 6% (the type of sugar is generally oligosaccharides, not glucose), the content of minerals (salts) is around 1.5%, and the total amount of vitamins (water-soluble) is around 0.2%.
Similar beverages such as cola, black tea, herbal tea, and fruit juice should not be used as sports drinks because the proportion of sugar, salt, and vitamins in these drinks is inappropriate. Some drinks do not contain salt and vitamins at all, but only sugar and calories. In order to emphasize the taste, a lot of preservatives, pigments, essence, etc. are added to some drinks. He reminded that if you choose sports drinks, you should carefully check whether the proportion of sugar, salt, and vitamins is appropriate. In addition, mineral water can be chosen for drinking. Note that plain boiled water is not the best choice, let alone pure or distilled water.
Experts say that high-sugar beverages are not suitable for drinking after exercise. In addition to possibly causing "exercise without exercise," high sugar concentrations can cause the beverage to stay in the stomach for too long, and instead prevent water from entering the body in a timely manner. Also, don't drink too cold beverages.
350 ml Peanut Milk Energy
20 minutes of jogging to offset it
The calorie content of commonly used soft drinks on the market is listed one by one, and the corresponding energy consumption can be calculated by calculating how long it takes to jog or climb stairs. For example, a 500ml bottle of low sugar green tea from brand A can contain 75.3 kcal of calories, and can be consumed by jogging for 9.4 minutes or climbing 1807 stairs; Brand B: A 350ml bottle of peanut milk contains 163.98 kcal of energy, which can be offset by 20.5 minutes of jogging or pedaling 3935 stairs; A 500ml bottle of brand C cola contains 215 kcal of energy and requires 26.9 minutes of jogging or climbing 5160 stairs to consume
(Intern Editor: Lin Yanjuan)