Characteristics of products regulating water-salt balance and fatty acid metabolism (in order of appearance in the text).
|Patent||Main effects||Author(s) and year|
|Protein containing conditioning drink||The compensation of the salt loss, accompanying protracted physical exertion, especially at high atmospheric temperatures||Wiesenberger et al. (1984)|
|Sports drink acid blend||The rehydratation the body and replenishing lost electrolytes and carbohydrates after performing physical activities. A novel acidulant blend substantially reduces the level of aftertaste of typical sports beverages||Jendrysik et al. (2007, 2010)|
|Thickened hydrolyte isotonic beverage||The restoring lost water and regaining electrolyte balance||Sheldon (2000)|
|Student sports drink||The student sports drink can quickly supplement water and energy after drinking and help to quickly recover||Zhang (2016)|
|Nutrient hydration bar||The provision of enhanced hydration retention and energy which is extremely effective in enhancing exercise and sports performance||Tobin & Tobin (2012)|
|Peroxisome proliferator activated receptor (PPAR) activator||The soybean product fermented with the tempeh fungus is responsible for PRAR activation, promoting fatty acid metabolism, body fat burning and improvement of physical endurance||Misawa et al. (2016)|
|High protein dietary composition||The reduction of blood lipid level||Lan (2018)|
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