The Liquid Energy Gel is based on the proven GU Energy Gel, contains 30 ml more water per gel and is therefore easier and quicker to consume. GU Liquid Energy Gel packs energy-dense calories in a portable packet to help sustain energy demands of any duration or activity. Packed with 100 calories, GU Energy Gel uses maltodextrin and fructose to deliver efficient energy and diminish stomach distress. GU Liquid Energy Gel provides athletes of all sports and all performance levels with 100 calories of high-quality, easily digestible and long-lasting energy. Each sachet of Liquid Energy Gel offers a balanced mixture of carbohydrates and amino acids. It does not contain unnecessary amounts of vitamins, artificial flavorings and other additives that are not needed for the supply during sports. GU is easy to take, tastes good and provides exactly what you need for maximum performance. Highlights of the GU Liquid Energy Gel Based on the proven GU Energy Gel, contains 30 ml more water per gel Simple to take, easy to digest Available with or without caffeine Vegan, gluten-free
Sport Recovery Drink Mix is designed to rapidly refuel, rehydrate, and rebuild you when you’re completely empty after your longest and hardest workouts. It’s for those times when you’re totally cooked and you don’t have a personal chef to hand you a burrito or the time to make one yourself. It’s not designed for recovering after an easy stroll around the neighborhood or for getting swole. But, if you accidentally do get swole, make sure to post pictures on Instagram. Technically, our Sport Recovery Drink Mix is a 4 to 1 ratio of carbohydrate to protein, that’s designed to bring your blood sugar up fast. This causes the hormone insulin to spike, which is key to getting the sugar, electrolytes, fat, and protein in our Sport Recovery Drink Mix back into muscle fast. Basically, our Sport Recovery Drink Mix is really sweet milk – like chocolate milk, but without a tongue-twisting list of excess ingredients and with a more optimized macronutrient profile for restoring muscle glycogen (aka, refueling). But, the real magic is that our Sport Recovery Drink Mix actually tastes great. So great, that you might want to drink it all the time. The problem is that while there’s a scientific rationale for the high amount of sugar we use, it’s not an amount that’s healthy to consume if you just sat on your butt all day. Earn it. We care too much for you not to. Also, we know milk bends some people because they’re lactose intolerant, so we’ve added lactase to digest all the milk sugar. We also know that after a super hard workout, your gut can be pretty fubarred, so we also added the probiotic bacillus coagulans 30 to make things better. And ya, it’s non-GMO, Kosher, vegetarian, and gluten free (we’re from Boulder).
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designed to give you a lift and elevate your hydration. nuun electrolytes contains caffeine from green tea extract, b-vitamins, and our signature blend of optimal electrolytes. nuun electrolytes contains clean ingredients, and is low in calories and sugar.
There is a tremendous need for a sports drink formulated specifically for the heat, and eLoad is that drink! We could say that your sports drink has many important physiological "jobs", but in the heat, the most important job of your sports drink is prevention and control of heat stress, primarily by replacing sweat electrolytes and fluid as they are lost. If electrolyte balance is maintained within, and you supply enough fluid to replace losses, you are well on your way to success in the heat! Dextrose, the principal carbohydrate in e load, is a high glycemic carbohydrate that is rapidly absorbed and yields instant energy. Additionally, dextrose is the carbohydrate of choice for a sports drink made to combat heat stress. The biggest reason for this is that dextrose actually facilitates sodium absorption from the small intestine, unlike other carbohydrates. This is why many oral medical rehydration solutions contain dextrose as the principal carbohydrate. Also, the presence of dextrose and sucrose together may enhance each other's absorption (enhanced 'solute flux'), and maybe more important than the osmolality of the carbohydrates themselves.
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