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Old 08-12-2019, 11:06 AM
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Originally Posted by Chronos View Post
The only liquids humans consume that provide net negative hydration are strong alcoholic drinks (exactly how strong varies from individual to individual, but it's usually up in the distilled liquor range). Sugary drinks might provide less hydration than pure water, but not by very much. And that just leaves the problems with the sugar itself, which depend on how much exercise you're getting.
Yes, we had a long thread on this. Apparently about the level of strong wines there is a break even point.

Perhaps espresso shots might be negative hydration.