NBS Carbo•Hydration Strawberry Lemonade
FAST FUEL MATRIX.
Intense and prolonged exercise requires glycogen for energy and electrolytes for fluid balance. Carbo•Hydration provides both in the right ratio to make sure it gets from your bottle into your body, without the worry of stomach issues.
We created Carbo•Hydration for two reasons:
- Provide athletes with an easy to digest option for intense efforts
- Provide athletes with a convenient fueling option
Carbo•Hydration uses a mixture of dextrose (glucose) and sucrose in a ratio that ensures quick absorption without the worry of GI distress usually associated with concentrated drink mixtures and gels.
Each serving also contains the electrolytes you need in the proper ratios to actively transport fluid into your body to keep you hydrated.
dextrose, sucrose, sodium citrate, fruit juice powder (strawberry juice, lemon juice solids, maltodextrin citric acid), calcium citrate, citric acid, potassium citrate, magnesium citrate
What you will not find in our products:
We work hard to bring you a line of products that provide over 99% active ingredients. While some of our raw goods contain minimal amounts of inactive ingredients to help guard against clumping, we never backfill our product with:
- Fillers: oils, food starch or cellulose.
- Flow or Thickening Agents: magnesium stearate, carrageenan or guar/xanthan gum.
- Anything Artificial: dyes, xylitol, sucralose or acesulfame potassium.
Directions & Best Usage
mix 2 – 3 servings in 24 ounces of water per hour.
Add 2 scoops to a sports bottle and sip until about 15 minutes prior to the start. This can take the place of your usual pre-race gel.
Short & Intense Efforts
For those efforts where it is hard to consume solid food, consume 1 – 3 scoops per bottle, per hour of exercise.
Longer Sustained Efforts
Add 2 – 3 scoops per bottle, per hour of exercise.
Ultra Endurance Efforts
Consume 1 – 2 servings per bottle along with solid food options. This strategy will help protect your stomach from “gut rot” in the later stages of your event.
Each athlete is very different so you will need to experiment to find which combination works best for you.