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PURE COMPLEX CARBS FOR IMMEDIATE AND SUSTAINED ENERGY
Training and carbohydrate nutrition must be designed to fit the body's fuel requirement, so that you finish every training session with the best expected performance of that session. If you are slower and weaker and out of energy towards the end of training, you will be slower and weaker and out of energy in the final, crucial minutes of competition. To grow faster and stronger you have to arrange your intake of carbs in such a way that you finish each training session with fuel to spare.
Why CARBO-PRO? There are nutrients which are building materials and nutrients that are fuel. Proteins, vitamins, minerals, and essential fats are predominantly building materials. They are used long-term to grow a better body. All carbohydrates are essentially fuel. They are used short-term, like gas in the tank. So the types and amounts of carbs to provide the right fuel mix, and the timing of their intake to provide an optimum supply, are critical for any particular performance to succeed. Furthermore, carbs reduce the use of muscle protein for fuel, and therefore spare that vital muscle tissue.
High-performance liquid chromotograpy analysis of CARBO-PRO determines that the average degree of polymerization, i.e.
the number of glucose units joined in the molecule is 6.2. The average theoretical molecular weight is 1
000. The high molecular weight helps in quick absorption.
CARBO-PRO has a perfect balance of caloric concentration and osmolality. The dextrose equivalency of CARBO-PRO is low therefore it is low in osmolality even up to 15% to 20% solution in water (200 to 220) lower than body fluid osmolality (280 to 300). For example the osmolality of sugar at 15% to 20% solution in water is approximately 800. Therefore sugar at this concentration is too hard on the stomach. Relative to sugars, CARBO-PRO provides higher caloric density without exceeding osmotic balance.
In designing your carbohydrate nutrition, the primary goal should be to achieve highest level of muscle glycogen and maintain that level, before during, and after exercise/training.