They found that the lighter beer with a lower alcohol content was three times more hydrating than the regular beverage after electrolytes were added. The researchers hope that a low-alcohol beer enhanced with rehydrating electrolytes will become a healthier, less risky beverage for people to enjoy, particularly after sports or other intense physical activities.
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