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Kendal Mint Co®

Kendal Mint Co®

Kendal Mint Co. combines 100 years of British heritage with cutting edge sports science. Born in the heart of the Lake District, KMC were inspired by the iconic British energy fuel, the Kendal Mint Cake, to create their “recharged” range of mint flavoured nutritional products.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Why use Kendal Mint Co®?

WHAT MAKES MINT SO SPECIAL?

Mint, specifically Peppermint - one of the oldest natural remedies for all sorts of things.

A Natural calming and soothing herb which acts as an Anti-inflammatory and encourages bile flow.

Peppermint contains high concentrations of Menthol - a natural aromatic decongestant that helps break up phlegm and mucus, making it easier to expel. Menthol has also been proven to help improve performance in hot climates.

Peppermint Extract has even been found to increase the pain threshold. Often used for colonoscopy to stop painful cramping in patients. Closely related to the anti-inflammatory properties. Not bad when you need that edge on your competitors!

WHAT MAKES KMC NRG GEL DIFFERENT?

They are Fast & Effective Energy Gels which provide instant but long-lasting energy, in a range of Powerful & Refreshing Flavours that are Kind on the stomach. Gluten Free & Vegan.

The first way we've done this is through taste. Digestion begins in your mouth, and great taste is a key aspect of making a gel easy to digest.

Alongside great taste, is great texture. Our products have some of the best consistency you'll find in an energy gel.

The final ace up our sleeve is our not-so-secret ingredient... Natural Mint! As you might have guessed, at Kendal Mint Co. we love Mint.

HOW DO PROTEIN SHAKES IMPROVE RECOVERY?

Protein is broken down into Amino acids by the body, which are important in facilitating the repair and rebuilding of muscle fibres after exercise. Every time you exercise muscle tissue is damaged and the extent of damage depends on the intensity and duration. This is actually the first key part of your adaptation to training. The second part occurs when your muscles begin to repair and rebuild, into leaner, faster and even stronger muscles.