Slow Release Energy Drink is a refreshing low glycemic index sports drink for longer lasting energy. Enriched with marine minerals for an invigorating hit of magnesium and over 70 minerals and trace elements.
Slow Release Energy Drink contains isomaltulose, a slow digesting carbohydrate with a low glycemic index that provides you with a stable and sustained energy supply for longer lasting fuel during exercise. This helps avoid blood sugar spikes and the insulin response associated with other sugary products.
The low glycemic index (GI) energy drink has also been fortified with ocean minerals. This is the most advanced electrolyte complex, providing you with an invigorating hit of magnesium and over 70 minerals and trace elements to help balance your electrolytes during exercise. High5 always tries to use natural ingredients where possible, and there's nothing more natural than sourcing minerals from seawater.
As part of High5's extensive development work, the company has also put the products to the test with their partner BORA - hansgrohe to ensure that the products work in the real world under the harshest conditions.
This slow-release energy drink is intended to be taken before and during exercise.
Mix 2 level scoops (40 g) in 500 ml water and shake well. Measuring spoons are included in the sachet. Drink 150 - 250 ml every 20 minutes during exercise.
One of the main benefits of Slow Release Energy is that it provides your muscles with energy slowly. To take advantage of this, it is important to start drinking the Slow Release Energy drink early to keep your muscles energized throughout your ride or run.
When taking Slow Release Energy, you should aim for around 60g of carbohydrates per hour. This can come from drinks, bars and gels if you are taking them mixed together. For example, you can drink 500ml and have a bar every hour to get to 60g of carbs.
Before a workout or competition, you should prepare your muscles by taking Slow Release Energy 90-120 minutes before the start. This will keep your energy stores full when you need them most.
Using Slow Release Energy also has benefits when you participate in short, high-intensity workouts. However, if you need energy quickly (for example, during high-intensity exercise), you should take fast-release energy products to get a quicker energy boost. If you're participating in short, high-intensity workouts, you can take slow-release energy in the 90-120 minutes beforehand to preload your muscles with a steady supply of energy. If you are competing in a meet or race, use the slow release energy early before switching to fast release energy products in the latter stages when the intensity is higher.
This product should be taken as part of a varied and balanced diet and in conjunction with a healthy lifestyle. Consumption of foods containing isomaltulose instead of other sugars causes a smaller increase in blood sugar after consumption than foods containing sugar. Store in a cool, dry place.
|High5 Slow Release Energy Drink - Carbohydrate Beverage Powder - 1000g
|Carbohydrates, Vitamins / Minerals
|Vegetarian, Nut free, Palm oil free
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