B3 1.3: The Sports drink dilemma.

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What does your body need in repiration?
Glucose.
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What happens when you get hot?
You sweat to cool down.
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What does sweat contain?
Water and mineral ions.
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What happens if you sweat a lot?
You become dehydrated.
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What should you need if you have exercised for a long time?
Replace the sugar, mineral ions and water you have lost.
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What are sports drinks?
A solution of sugar and mineral ions.
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What does the water in the drinks help?
To rehydrate body cells.
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What are they designed to help?
Balance the concentration of body fluids and concentrations inside the cells.
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What is isotonic?
Having the same concentration of solutes as other solutions.
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What do the drinks help athletes do?
Replace mineral ions and sugar as well as water.
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What happens when you get hot?

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What does sweat contain?

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What happens if you sweat a lot?

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