rehydrate


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rehydrate

(rē-hī′drāt′)
tr.v. rehy·drated, rehy·drating, rehy·drates
1. To cause (something dehydrated) to take up fluid.
2. To replenish the body fluids of.

re′hy·dra′tion n.
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TOMATO ANOTHER great way to rehydrate and replenish those nutrient levels, lots of people swear by tomato juice to soothe a hangover.
During the trials, the participants consumed 500 ml of either the current sports drink market leader or SOS Rehydrate, followed by a 75 minute treadmill run while having their blood glucose, blood lactate, heart rate, blood pressure and feelings of thirst and fatigue recorded.
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Rehydrate the vermicelli noodles in some warm seasoned water, once rehydrate cool immediately to prevent over cooking.
A hyposmolar solution with an osmotic pressure of 200mOsm/L, the product helps rehydrate infants, especially when they have diarrhea.
Therefore, the probability that they would adequately rehydrate in the twelve- or eighteen-minute recovery period is reduced.
The rest of us had to rehydrate at the ice cream vans.
A little water never hurt anyone, but by and large, sports drinks rehydrate better than plain water, partly because their sodium helps keep absorbed fluid in the bloodstream.
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REHYDRATE OR PERISH Before you go to bed, have a glass of water and couple of salty crackers.