Xtreme Energy Fuel Blackcurrant Pouch (10 to 15 serving pouch)
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10 to 15 servings depending on dilution ( 500g)
Xtreme energy fuel rapidly energises your body for explosive and sustained endurance exercise. This excellent drink can be enjoyed hot or cold, so whether you are racing in the heat, or competing in the cold, this drink will get you to where you need to be.This drink is not a stimulant, but a balanced nutritional support to get you through the day.
Suitable for vegetarians, coeliacs and used by type 1 diabetics.
Blackcurrant Xtreme Energy Fuel is easy on the stomach, tastes great and rapidly energises your body delivering a sustained energy release, whatever the intensity of exercise. This balanced combination of ingredients helps to spare glycogen and reduce muscle damage, making it more than just an energy drink.
We want to feel good during and after exercise and to do this we must feed our muscles as a whole, not just with carbohydrates or electrolytes alone; with this in mind we also includes vitamins, amino acids and creatine in our drinks; this is the combination of components your muscles require to function efficiently so why not give them want they need?
“I just kept going and going, leaving everyone behind as the ride went on. It was like a Duracell advert!” Ian Turnbull, cyclist and triathlete.
This excellent drink can be enjoyed hot or cold, so whether you are racing in the heat, or competing in the cold, this drink will get you to where you need to be.
Xtreme Energy Fuel contains all the essential Electrolytes for Optimum Bio-Functions. This means you stay alert and keep concentration levels high and avoid the fatigue.
All the ingredients in Mountain Fuel are ‘food’ based and do not feature on the WADA list of banned substances. This product, batch no 5356, has been tested by LGC for a wide range of substances banned by WADA. LGC is a World Class sports doping control and research laboratory, with more than 50 years of leadership in drug surveillance in spo