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Athletes, Potato Could Be as Good as Carbohydrate Gels

News   Oct 21, 2019 | Original Story from the University of Illinois.

 
Athletes, Potato Could Be as Good as Carbohydrate Gels

According to a new study of bicycle enthusiasts, potatoes make a savory alternative to sweetened commercial gels used by athletes for a quick carbohydrate boost during exercise. Credit: Michael Vincent.

 
 
 

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