There’s no hotter issue in sports nutrition right now than the carbs versus carbs-plus-protein controversy. The battle pits scientist against scientist, small companies against behemoths, and new research against long-held beliefs. At one crucial
to post-exercise rehydration Youre likely to become dehydrated during a long, hard run, so make sure you drink enough afterwards. The sooner, the better. Same goes for food. Get your fluids, get your carbohydrates, get a little sodium, get a little
of hyponatremia. The London Marathon doctors say after a "campaign warning of the dangers of excessive drinking" there was one case in 2004 compared with 14 the year before.As I like to say to my friends, "Run long and healthy."
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