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Harris R. Lieberman

Research Psychologist

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology


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Conducting a Systematic Review for a Global Audience: Challenges in Merging Nutrition and Toxicological Evidence for a Safety Assessment of Caffeine | ILSI North America

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Harris Lieberman, US Army - Behavior - VideoPDF


Caffeine | ILSI North America

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Harris Lieberman, PhD
GOVERNMENT ADVISOR Military Nutrition Division U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine (USARIEM) Join the Committee Harris Lieberman, US Army - Behavior - Speakers: Dennis Keefe, FDA; Harris Lieberman, USARIEM; Esther Myers, EF Myers Consulting; Charles O'Brien, University of Pennsylvania; Jennifer Peck, University of Oklahoma; Milton Tenenbein, University of Manitoba; Connie Weaver, Purdue University; Daniele Wikoff, ToxStrategies


The Effects of Dehydration | White Water

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"For the purposes of our project, we defined mild dehydration as about a 1.5 percent loss of body weight," says Harris Lieberman, Ph.D., a scientist with the U.S. Army who has studied the effects of this type of dehydration on the brains of women.
One-point-five percent may sound like a lot of lost water weight. But Lieberman says you would quickly reach that level of dehydration if you went about your day, taking time for some light exercise, without drinking water. (Workout strenuously in the summer heat, and you'll get there a lot quicker, he says.) Here's what his research found: Dehydrated women experienced a significant drop-off in energy and mood. Basically, they felt tired and lousy about life, Lieberman says. "Also, women were more likely to have headaches and report difficulty concentrating," he adds. Why? "The brain is extremely sensitive to even small changes in the amounts of ions like sodium and potassium found in your body's fluids," he explains. While he can't pinpoint exactly why your brain flips out when it becomes dehydrated, he says the mood and energy changes may be some sort of built-in alarm system, there to let you know you need water. (Men experienced some of these effects, but not to the same extent as women. He says that probably has to do with body composition differences.) Defined as a 3 to 4 percent drop in body weight due to lack of water, Lieberman says more-severe levels of dehydration will intensify the brain problems his research uncovered. "Also, you're going to see substantial changes in your ability to perform cognitively," he explains. First of all, if you feel thirsty, you've already waited too long to drink some H2O, Lieberman says. "Urine color is a better indicator of hydration," he adds, explaining that you want your pee to be a light straw color.


Hydration Facts - AHA Structured Water

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Harris Lieberman, study co-author and research psychologist with the Military Nutrition Division of the U.S. Army Research Institute in Natick, explained that "Even mild dehydration that can occur during the course of our ordinary daily activities can degrade how we are feeling, especially for women, who appear to be more susceptible to the adverse effects of low levels of dehydration than men.


Caffeine | ILSI North America

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Harris Lieberman, PhD
GOVERNMENT ADVISOR Military Nutrition Division U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine (USARIEM) Join the Committee Harris Lieberman, US Army - Behavior Speakers: Dennis Keefe, FDA; Harris Lieberman, USARIEM; Esther Myers, EF Myers Consulting; Charles O'Brien, University of Pennsylvania; Jennifer Peck, University of Oklahoma; Milton Tenenbein, University of Manitoba; Connie Weaver, Purdue University; Daniele Wikoff, ToxStrategies Harris Lieberman, US Army - Behavior


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