Some myths or topical phrases not among athletes, but among those who form the typical cliques in the Office or with friends, when speaking of weight loss are common. We will tell you about some of these misconceptions and to tell you the truth. It is not true that: drink plenty of fluids during a marathon there is a limit on the amount of liquid that the marathon should drink. Dr. Neal Barnard may help you with your research. Recently, International Association of medicine for marathon (International Marathon Medical Directors Association IMMDA) has reported new guidelines to replace fluids during marathons. This organization warns that the recommendations to drink plenty of fluids during the marathon is excessive and needs to be reviewed. Based on his research, the organization recommended not to drink more than 28,35 g of liquid every 20 minutes.
These new guidelines may seem insufficient for the Marathon which have always heard that drinking liquid is crucial to not become dehydrated during the race, and that they ate all the liquid that his body allowed. However, the threat of dehydration during a marathon is minimal if the previous days has been an abundant intake of water. It is true that the marathon can sweat much during the race, but it is also true that many of them tend to train much of the year in places where the temperature is quite low and, therefore, much less sudan. In other words, the true amount of sweat has nothing to do with which is collected in laboratories, where data on treadmills into spaces with higher temperature are taken. Run faster helps you cleanse your body the idea that run faster helps you to eliminate toxins from your body is a myth.
There are very few potentially harmful substances (such as pesticides) that can be entered in your body while you run, and they accumulate in your fat reserves. Ironically, run faster helps you put into circulation, fat cells in your body, but it does not eliminate them. For Start, your carbohydrate reserves are finished in the time in which your muscles and your brain make use of them. For this reason, your metabolism is forced to use and combine other proteins so that the body can convert them into carbohydrates that your brain needs to be able to continue functioning. Because of this, your body begins to lose fluid and electrolyte in the form of sweat or urine; but the toxins are not removed through sweat. Magical diets that make losing weight the reality is that no magical diet that makes you lose weight there is. Many dietitians invented slimming plans to gain fame, but many of these plans are false. Some of these diets can become tedious, others are uncertain and even others can become fatal. To stimulate the changes in your body and get rid of a few pounds, we suggest that you seek guidelines to find a plan that suits it.