January 6, 2024

Highly Branched Cyclic Dextrin plus electrolytes make it a must have


LAST month frontdouble.com ran an article on the benefits of using Highly Branched Cyclic Dextrin (HBDC) in your intra-workout shake. Gaspari Nutrition are now here in the UK and one of their finest products is Glycofuse.

Glycofuse contains Cluster Dextrin – the same as HBCD – at 25g per serving, which in this case is 29g of product.

What is better than most HBCD powders out there, however, is that Gaspari Glycofuse also contains an electrolyte formula, including Calcium Potassium Phosphate Citrate and Pink Himalayan Salt. This is ideal for intra-workout hydration and the transporting of nutrients to the cell.

Gaspari Nutrition say: "Original Glycofuse was never intended to be a supplement for the novice. Its design was only concerned with the elite, experienced athlete.

"The original was met with praise but there were also suggestions from our loyal customers on how it could be better. So we listened and upgraded the formula.

"New Gaspari Glycofuse provides 25g of carbohydrates from pure, low glycemic, Cluster Dextrins, which eliminate insulin spikes, giving you sustained energy over prolonged workouts.

"Gastric emptying is also enhanced, which eliminates stomach upset, bloating and gets those carbs to the muscle faster."

Why? Well, as explained in our article which is linked above, using simple sugars in your intra is just not optimal. It will ignite a quick insulin spike and you will see your energy crash pretty quickly.

This does not happen with HBCD.

Click this link to get 15 per cent off: www.gasparinutrition.uk/frontdouble 

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