performance drinks

performance drinks,

n.pl in sports nutrition, beverages used to enhance athletic performance and endurance by maintaining blood glucose levels, electrolyte balance, and hydration.
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With rising shift of consumers in preference of nutritional and performance drinks in place of breakfast, US is the largest market for sports nutrition in the world.
According to recent analysis from market research firm Mintel, nutritional and performance drinks are becoming an increasingly popular meal option due to evolving dietary habits of on-the-go consumers and positive functional attributes.
According to Chicago-based research firm Mintel, three in five consumers use nutritional and performance drinks as meal replacements.
According to Mintel, a global market research firm, sales of nutritional and performance drinks increased 42 percent from 2009 to 2014.
In the late 1990s or early 2000s, Mrs Miller met Jimmy Campbell during post rehearsal or performance drinks at Alnwick's now closed Hotspur hotel, which he owned.
Tim Van der Schraelen also sees some light at the end of the tunnel: "I believe that 2011 will see new categories appearing in the energy and performance drinks sector as consumers demand more natural products.
However, for this performance drinks were only permitted into the auditorium during the support acts and the bars closed once the main act went on stage.
PureSport is a brand of patent-pending performance drinks, made by adding water, that feature the optimal carbohydrate-to-protein ratio of 2:67-to-1.
Performance drinks is the fastest-growing sector in the UK soft drinks category, with sports drinks driving this growth, currently up 18%.
Gatorade has extended the line with Gatorade Tiger performance drinks and Propel Fitness Water.

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