Science in Sport Beta Fuel Gels Dual Source Energy Gel, Orange Flavour, 40 g of Carbs Per Pack, 60 ml Pack (30 Pack)

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Science in Sport Beta Fuel Gels Dual Source Energy Gel, Orange Flavour, 40 g of Carbs Per Pack, 60 ml Pack (30 Pack)

Science in Sport Beta Fuel Gels Dual Source Energy Gel, Orange Flavour, 40 g of Carbs Per Pack, 60 ml Pack (30 Pack)

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The Science in Sport BetaFuel Dual Source Energy Gel delivers an optimised 40g of carbohydrate in a single, convenient isotonic fuelling solution with minimal risk of GI discomfort that enables you to maintain optimal performance. Per gel you get a helping of 158kcal and 40g of carbohydrate, of which 19g is sugar; these quantities are without question impressive.

Again, some people feel that they don’t tolerate the higher amounts of carbohydrates, so it’s about slowly transitioning towards higher amounts of carbohydrates. One of the key factors is being able to reduce or minimise the increase in core body temperature, or trying to keep the riders as cool as possible.

You don’t always have the opportunity to fuel, so how could we get a highly concentrated drink available? Given the 'full-gas' nature of the racing, I sit firmly in the carb-dependent Zone 5 heart rate for much of the race. It wasn’t even necessarily specific for that Giro in 2018, but it was also for other races, like Classics races where it’s full gas over cobbles. This heightened energy availability allows athletes to sustain higher intensity efforts for longer durations, ultimately improving performance. This ensures that athletes can fuel their bodies without compromising their performance or experiencing discomfort during intense activities.

With its convenient single-serving packaging, this gel provides a reliable and effective fueling solution for endurance athletes, enabling them to maintain optimal performance and reach their goals. Strawberry: Water, Maltodextrin (from Maize) (30%), Fructose (23%), Flavourings, Acidity Regulators (Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate), Gelling Agents (Gellan Gum, Xanthan Gum), Preservatives (Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate), Sodium Chloride. My usual nutrition strategy of two 500ml bottles (189kCal each) of SIS Go Energy and around five High5 Energy Gels (91kCal each) left a deficit not just in calories but also in carbohydrate.Credit subject to status, UK residents only, Wiggle Ltd (In Administration) acts as a broker and offers finance from a restricted range of finance providers. Tried a number of different ones but after taking these I know that I’ll using them for training and during my marathon. Which I think would make a big step towards a rider’s performance and even their preparation for a stage and recovery from a stage as well. As an endurance athlete our Beta Fuel Dual Source Energy Gel can be used on its own to fulfil your fuelling requirements. By delivering a precisely calculated amount of carbohydrates, this fuel allows you to maintain peak performance while minimizing the risk of gastrointestinal issues.

For me, one of the rivals to Beta Fuel, the Maurten Drink Mix 320, has the consistency of wallpaper paste and doesn't taste much better.

Many energy drinks, Beta Fuel included, use a 2:1 ratio of maltodextrin (carbs) to fructose, whereas these gels use a ratio of 1:0. Fueling your most intense rides and runs, the Science in Sport Beta Fuel 80 is formulated with 80g of carbohydrate and a unique 1:0.

This increase in power output can be attributed to the optimized carbohydrate ratio, which provides athletes with the necessary fuel to generate greater force and speed during intense bursts of activity. Now we still have the 80g carbohydrate drink, but we also have a 40g Beta Fuel gel and a Beta Fuel gelly too, which supplies 46g of carbohydrates. Since 2018, Beta Fuel has been the choice for athletes, but what is it and how has it changed cycling nutrition? Fructose (23%), Flavourings, Acidity Regulators (Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate), Gelling Agents (Gellan Gum, Xanthan Gum), Preservatives (Sodium BenzOATe, Potassium Sorbate), Sodium Chloride. It’s nice when you see consistent trends of the target amounts of carbohydrates without any GI [gastrointestinal] distress or any negative effects, which is all related to having convenient, accessible products that are backed by science.When we introduced the product in 2018, it really started through quite an extensive testing period. Science in Sport's Beta Fuel Energy Drink box of 15 x 82-gram sachets is a breakthrough in nutrition for endurance training and racing. The links above will take you to a third-party page, that is not affiliated with Informed Sport to purchase the certified product. It was the day that Chris Froome threw away the shackles to launch a daring 80km solo raid and beat his rivals by three minutes - one of the greatest feats in modern Grand Tour history.



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