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Atlas Carbo Charge

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Atlas Carbo Charge

Atlas Carbo-Charge is a complex carbohydrate drink that provides energy for high intensity exercise
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Description
Carbohydrates are the fuel that the body uses during high intensity exercise, so taking the right carbohydrate at the right time can significantly improve performance and recovery. Muscle can only store a limited amount of carbohydrates (muscle glycogen) so this needs to be at a maximum before training and more importantly: replaced during and after training. Depleted levels of glycogen and lack of carbohydrates causes fatigue and impairs exercise. It can also cause the body to break down its own tissues for energy! Taking a complex carbohaydrate drink may prevent some of these issues. Take Atlas Carbo-Charge before training to ensure that the blood sugar remains at a good level. Taking sweets, sugar or glucose causes you body to release a hormone, insulin, which can lower blood sugar and lessen energy. Take Atlas Carbo-Charge after training: Research has shown that the replacement of muscle energy glycogen occurs fastest within 45 minutes of finishing your exercise. Atlas Carbo-Charge is a natural unflavoured complex carbohydrate drink that provides energy for high intensity exercise. Ideal for mixing with water, fruit juice or protein drinks.
Nutrition
Container Size: 1.5kg
Serving Size: 3 desert spoons (30g)
Servings Per Container: 50

Container Size: 5kg
Serving Size: 3 desert spoons (30g)
Servings Per Container: 166

Amount Per Serving:

Total Calories: 114.7
Protein: 0g
Total Carbohydrates: 28.7g
Fat: 0g

Ingredients:

Pure granulated complex carbohydrates extracted from corn

Please Note: Nutritional facts and ingredients may vary slightly between flavours
Directions
Add one and a half dessertspoons (15g) to 600ml of cold water before training and stir briskly. Add three dessertspoons (30g) to 600ml of cold water after training and stir briskly
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Q&A
Q is the carbohydrates in this product in the form of maltodextrin?
A

This product is labelled as being from "granulated carbohydrates from corn". In all likelyhood, this is maltodextrin, as the most common source of maltodextrin is from corn.

Q is this product suitable for vegarterians
A

Hello, According to the ingredient list on the package, the only ingredient is complex carbohydrate from corn. So is suitable for vegetarians.

Q just wanted to ask which carbohydrate is better for the gaining phase wether it be carbs from corn or fine grounded scotish oats both are in powderd form ofcourse thanks ever so much for your time.
A

Corn (maltodextrin powder or waxy maize) is best after training or added to shakes between meals for weight/muscle gains. Oats are great for breakfast and to add healthy fibre to the diet - they keep you full much longer so use them mostly for breakfast. Don't forget about rice, pasta, potatoes, etc to jack up the carbs for growth.

Q what is the bst amount of carbs to take before and after a workout for wieght gain and please specify in detaile thakns
A

Pre-workout, everyone is different. The main thing is that you've had enough carbs throughout the day and usually your last serving up to 1 or 2 hours before training. You should aim to eat 600 to 1000+ grams per day when in a gaining phase. After training you should take a minimum of 75 grams but more is better - 100 to 125 grams of easily-digested sugar (dextrose/glucose is best), or maltodextrin or waxy maize). Don't forget to take a whey protein and creatine also. As far as the specific amount, it depends upon your metabolism, age, weight, etc but the rule of thumb is, if you're not gaining weight, you're not eating enough carbs (assuming you're getting at least 1 gram of protein per pound bodyweight).

Q can i take carbo charge before an during exercise? thanks
A

Absolutely, it's a good idea to add some whey protein to it also to support recovery, muscle-building, etc.

Q just wanted to ask which carbohydrate is better for the gaining phase wether it be carbs from corn or fine grounded scotish oats both are in powderd form ofcourse thanks ever so much for your time.
A

Corn (maltodextrin powder or waxy maize) is best after training or added to shakes between meals for weight/muscle gains. Oats are great for breakfast and to add healthy fibre to the diet - they keep you full much longer so use them mostly for breakfast. Don't forget about rice, pasta, potatoes, etc to jack up the carbs for growth.

Q what is the bst amount of carbs to take before and after a workout for wieght gain and please specify in detaile thakns
A

Pre-workout, everyone is different. The main thing is that you've had enough carbs throughout the day and usually your last serving up to 1 or 2 hours before training. You should aim to eat 600 to 1000+ grams per day when in a gaining phase. After training you should take a minimum of 75 grams but more is better - 100 to 125 grams of easily-digested sugar (dextrose/glucose is best), or maltodextrin or waxy maize). Don't forget to take a whey protein and creatine also. As far as the specific amount, it depends upon your metabolism, age, weight, etc but the rule of thumb is, if you're not gaining weight, you're not eating enough carbs (assuming you're getting at least 1 gram of protein per pound bodyweight).

Q is this product suitable for vegarterians
A

Hello, According to the ingredient list on the package, the only ingredient is complex carbohydrate from corn. So is suitable for vegetarians.

Q is the carbohydrates in this product in the form of maltodextrin?
A

This product is labelled as being from "granulated carbohydrates from corn". In all likelyhood, this is maltodextrin, as the most common source of maltodextrin is from corn.

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