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Drinking Water Quality: Testing and Interpreting Your Results - WQ1341
This publication will answer the following questions: • What should your water be tested for? • What samples do I need? • Where can I have my water tested? • How do I interpret my results? • How do I correct my problem?
Located in Landing Pages / Environment & Natural Resources
Sports Drinks: R They Needed? - FN1400
Sports drinks, such as Gatorade, Powerade and All Sport, contain carbohydrates and electrolytes, such as sodium, potassium and chloride. They are made for physical activity, to help rehydrate and to keep energy levels high. Are sports drinks really necessary? Not always. You can get these same benefits from other sources. A sports drink is not better for you unless you are active for 60 to 90 minutes or are exercising in very hot conditions. Anything less, and water should be the drink of choice.
Located in Landing Pages / Health and Fitness
Eat Smart. Play Hard. Do You Need an Energy Drink? - FN1435
People often substitute energy drinks for healthier beverage choices, so compare the Nutrition Facts labels. Energy drinks provide few if any of the needed vitamins and minerals provided by healthier beverage choices. Plain water is a better choice for most individuals.
Located in Landing Pages / Health and Fitness
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