Nutrisport - UKs Most Established Supplement Manufacturer

No1 Trade Supplier/Manufacturer since 1988



Energy Boost
Energy BoostEnergy Boost

Energy Boost

RRP FROM £16.95
upercharge your workouts with fast and medium release charbohydrates to fuel your training sessions.
 
 
Supports increased performance during prolonged training sessions or for athletes training twice a day.
 
Ideal for restoring and maintaining energy levels for active individuals, like those doing heavy manual jobs with a gruelling workout to follow.
 
 light Orange flavour
 
Available in Size: 1.5g, 5kg
 
 
Allergy
This product contains whey protein isolated from milk and maltodextrin from GM free maize.

Kosher

Halal

Vegetarian

GMO Free

Nut Free

DescriptionHide

Aspartame free - Virtually lactose free GM free and suitable for Vegetarians Great Taste – Easily Mixed
 

  • Predigested whey protein isolate contains rapidly assimilated amino acids
     
  • High in Branched Chain Amino Acids which are removed from muscle tissue and converted to glucose during high intensity exercise
     
  • Clear in solution – avoids milk shake texture which upsets the stomach and diverts blood away from muscles, especially during hot weather

CARBOHYDRATE + PROTEIN drink mix with electrolytes for BEFORE, DURING + AFTER EXERCISE

Although Glycogen is Carbohydrate, research has shown that the most effective supplement is a 4:1 mixture of Carbohydrate and Protein.

The two most important dietary needs before, during and after exercise are:


IngredientsExpand
Ingredients
Complex carbohydrate from corn starch (maltodextrin with dextrose equivalent 15), whey protein isolate hydrolysate, flavouring, dicalcium phosphate, sodium citrate, potassium citrate, magnesium citrate, colour (carmoisine).

Directions For UseExpand
30 minutes Before Exercise and During Exercise:
Add one level scoop (30g) per pint cold water.
 
After Exercise: Consume 2 level scoops (60 grams) in 1 pint cold water. This can be doubled for large athletes and intense anaerobic (power) training

Nutritional DataExpand
 Per 100gPer 30g Serving
Energy1529KJ459KJ
Energy382.4KCAL114.7KCAL
ProteinNegligibleNegligible
Carbohydrate95.6g28.7g
FatNegligibleNegligible

More InformaionExpand
Steve Wooton (1998). Nutrition for sport. Simon & Schuster.
K.Piehl (1974). Time course for refilling of glycogen stores in human muscle fibres following exercise-induced glycogen depletion. Acta Physiol scand 90, 297-302.
J.D. MacDougall, G.R. Ward, D.G. Sale & J.R. Sutton (1977). Muscle glycogen repletion after high-intesity intermittent exercise. J. Appl Physiol Reep 42(2) 129-132.
Costill D.L., Sherman, W.M., Fink W.J., Maresh C., Witten M. & Miller J.M. (1981). The role of dietary carbohydrates in muscle glycogen resynthesis after strenuous running. Am J Clin Nutr 34 1831-1836.