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Should I drink the sports drink or should I drink water? The answer is simple, water is better because it will provide you with all of the nutrients and minerals you need plus it will rehydrate you. Our bodies are made of over 75% water, so the logical choice would be to fill our bodies with water. It seems that in one sentence I should be able to convince you that water is definitely the right choice, just in case it does not, here is more reasoning.

Water is the most abundant liquid in our bodies. In fact, it is the most abundant component of our bodies. So why would you want to fill you body with anything else other than water.

Some people may disagree and say sports drinks are better. Sports drinks are good for you if you are an elite athlete like Venus Williams, Dwyane Wade or Peyton Manning. Sports drink would also be good if you are practicing or playing in extremely warm conditions and sweating excessively. When you sweat, you lose electrolytes and need to get them back quickly. One way to replenish these electrolytes is to sip on a sports drink. Sports drinks are made of To “normal” people sports drinks may cause weight gain and electrolyte imbalance. Electrolytes need to be balanced in order for our bodies to perform properly and for us to live. Drinking sports drinks may be one choice to regain electrolytes but another is to eat normal food. “Since sweat is about 99 percent water and only 1 percent electrolytes, you can easily replace your losses by eating normal food rather than by relying on sports drinks.”

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