Sodium citrate ingestion protocol impacts induced alkalosis, gastrointestinal symptoms, and palatability
Charles S Urwin, Rodney J Snow, Liliana Orellana, Dominique Condo, Glenn D Wadley, Amelia J Carr
Physiological Reports | WILEY | Published : 2019
To compare the effect of 500 mg·kg-1 body mass (BM) sodium citrate ingested in solution or capsules on induced alkalosis, gastrointestinal symptoms and palatability. Twenty-four healthy and active participants completed two testing sessions, ingesting 500 mg·kg-1 BM sodium citrate within solution or capsules. Capillary blood samples were collected pre-ingestion, and every 30-min for 240-min post-ingestion; samples were analyzed for blood pH and [HCO3- ]. A validated questionnaire was used to quantify gastrointestinal symptoms at the same 30-min intervals. Palatability was quantified immediately after ingestion using a validated scale. There was a greater peak and change from baseline for cap..View full abstract
The School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences at Deakin University provided all funding for this study.