RECOVERY GEL - 60g
Nutritional Facts RECOVERY GEL 60g CHERRY
|Information RECOVERY GEL 60g CHERRY|
|Serving size: 60g|
|Daily dose: 1|
|Servings per container: 1|
|Amount per serving|
|of which saturates||0g|
|of which sugars||11.4g|
How to take RECOVERY GEL 60g CHERRY:Take after workout.
- Carbohydrate Gel with L-Glutamine and BCAA's
- Carbohydrate mix (glucose, fructose and maltodextrin)
- Ideal to be taken after workout
What is Recovery Gel?
Recovery Gel by BioTech USA is a ready-to-take carbohydrate source, in a practical and convenient gel format.
What are the properties of Recovery Gel?
Recovery Gel is a gel that has been carefully designed for those athletes that are looking to maximize their recovery after an intense sports session. This gel helps replenish the energy lost during the activity thanks to the TriCARB Matrix, a blend of 3 carbohydrate sources:
This way there is 3 stages of energetic release that will not overlap and will produce the saturation of muscle receptors, thus contributing to maintain a sustained supply.
Promotes muscle mass development and preservation, thanks to its supply in glutamines and branched chain amino acids (BCAAs).
BCAAs are essential amino acids that constitute approximately a third of all of the amino acids found in muscle proteins. Its purpose is to offer muscles protection against protein destruction and favors a correct recovery.
On another note, L-Glutamine is a very important amino acid for muscle tissue recovery, as well as helping to maintain the correct functioning of the immune system. Additionally, Recovery Gel contains vitamins and minerals to replenish those lost through sweat.
Recovery Gel is suitable for athletes that practise resistive and long duration activities.
Who can benefit from taking Recovery Gel?
- Athletes and/or Sportspeople looking for an effective energy source to recharge lost glycogen, to be taken as soon as you finish training or competitive event
- Anyone who performs resistive and demanding activities, occasionally, and seek an optimal recovery