Posted On:11/25/2003 3:45pm
How do you know it is ideal?
Neutral, or nearly so
Posted On:11/25/2003 4:36pm
Posted On:11/25/2003 6:52pm
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 .
Posted On:11/26/2003 8:14am
Style: Vaghi BJJ
There is no conclusive evidence that either raising or lowering the temperature of the liquid ingested will affect absorption rate.
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Posted On:11/26/2003 8:28am
Nice post newb.
Posted On:11/26/2003 8:42am
Thank you (Assuming it wasn't sarcasm I didn't catch)
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