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Gatorade, lecithin etc... [#permalink] New post 03 May 2010, 02:33
It would be interesting to know your experience with various food supplements and drinks (such as Gatorade, lecithin) and their effects on learning, performance during tests, stamina, concentration etc.
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Re: Gatorade, lecithin etc... [#permalink] New post 03 May 2010, 09:18
i dont usually drink energy drink, but when i do i prefer 5 hour energy. :)

Seriously that thing did the trick for me TWICE. I took my test ~8 so i took the 5 hour energy before signing in and i was not tired at all during/after the test. Plus it is a small shot unlike other drinks so you wont have sudden urge to go to the bathroom. I didnt eat any breakfast when i took mine since i wanted as few "possible disturbances" as possible during the test. I would steer away sugary drinks since you might crash during the test - 5 hour energy has no sugar and supposedly doesnt cause crashes. If I were you I would buy one from a store and try it out on a semi busy day and see how it goes.

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Re: Gatorade, lecithin etc... [#permalink] New post 04 Jan 2013, 01:10
Is Gatorade a better choice to have during the break or before the exam?

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Re: Gatorade, lecithin etc...   [#permalink] 04 Jan 2013, 01:10
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