Student Bob wrote:
Water. All the way. Sports/energy drinks raise your insulin levels which reduces fat oxidation.
If you want to be losing weight at the cutting edge of sports hydration science, the very latest research suggests that a mochaccino optimises your body's ability to burn fat.
Using that rationale (using fat as the main fuel source) you'd think that ketogenic diets for most (where suitable / acceptable) who want to lose weight and bodyfat would be most persuasive. 'cept they're not that panacea nor the messiah.
Truth be told, I've never really got why those who rap on about the importance of the touted "fat burning zone" for regular, repeated exercise (I suppose, really, for the limited set of circumstances of long, low intensity exercise that may be theoretically extended even further, is, um "desired") for those looking to lose weight and bodyfat, don't go that extrapolated volume increase to 11, and advocate ketogenic diets for all your fat burning needs...
I suspect many who use scientific research, and not subject to IOC testing (or similar) go down the ECA route (or maybe Y), those that don't give a stuff about the rules, walk on the wild-side, and ignore health warnings (and not concerned with the prospect of a slight case of, um, death) seem to choose DNP as their weapon of choice. I'm guessing those that opt for the mochaccino probably read the Gruaniad and may even