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  1. Deadpan Scientist is offline

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    How do you know it is ideal?
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    Because thats where your Body will accept Liquids the fastest . so doc is actually kind of right , though he was making a run at being Sarcie . The closer to your actual body Temp , the better you Absorb things digestively .
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    There is no conclusive evidence that either raising or lowering the temperature of the liquid ingested will affect absorption rate.

    See:

    Sun WM, Houghton I,A, Read NW, Grundy DG, Johnson AG. Effect of meal temperature on gastric emptying of liquids in man. Gut 1988;29:302-5.

    Costill DL, Saltin B. Factors limiting gastric emptying. J Appl Physiol 1974:37;679-83.

    Lambet CP, Maughan RJ. Accumulation in the blood of a deuterium tracer added to hot and cold beverages. Scand J Med Sci Sports 1992;2:76-8.

    Hubbard RW, Szlyk PC, Armstrong LE. Influence of thirst and fluid palatability on fluid ingestion during exercise. In: Gisolfi CV, Lamb DR, editors. Perspectives in exercise science and sports medicine, vol 3. Fluid homeostasis during exercise. Carmel: Benchmark Press, 1990:39-96.

    American College of Sports Medicine. Exercise and fluid replacement (Position Stand). Med Sci Sports Exerc 1996;28:i-vii.

    Williams MH. Nutrition for fitness and sport. 4th ed. Dubuque, Iowa, USA: Brown and Benchmark, 1995.
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    Thank you (Assuming it wasn't sarcasm I didn't catch)
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