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    30 Servings: Net Weight of 960g (2.1lbs) 
    Serving Size: 1 Scoop of 32g

    The EFS provides premium nutrition that supports physical and mental performance for elite athletes, redefining the limits of endurance nutrition so you can redefine the limits of endurance.

    BENEFITS 
    ✓ Improves mental toughness
    ✓ Prevents cramping & helps you hydrate fast
    ✓ Provides immediate & sustained fuel
    ✓ 1160mg of electrolytes, twice the amount of traditional mixes
    ✓ Improved flavour means it tastes great at full concentration or beyond
    ✓ More carbohydrates from more sources, including complex carbs for prolonged
    ✓ Energy and complex carbs for immediate energy

     

    HOW TO USE 

    Use during before, during and after activity.

    Athletes should consume one serving for every 30 minutes of intense exercise. Adjustments should be made based on body weight, training state, 17 heat, individual sweat rates and preference. Use one serving for every 30 minutes as a starting point and adjust as necessary from there.  

    INGREDIENTS 

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    Supplement Facts

    Serving Size: 1 scoop (32 g)

    Servings per Container: 30

    Amount Per Serving

    %DV

    Calories-110 Calories from fat-0

    Total Carbohydrate

    26 g

    9%

    Sugars

    16 g

    **

    Protein

    0 g

    *

    Calcium (as DiCalcium Malate)

    100 mg

    8%

    Magnesium (DiMagnesium Malate)

    150 mg

    36%

    Chloride (as sodium chloride)

    450 mg

    20%

    Sodium (as sodium chloride)

    300 mg

    13%

    Potassium (as di-potassium phosphate)

    160 mg

    3%

    L-Glutamine

    1750 mg

    *

    Branched Chain Amino Acids (L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine, L-Valine)

    250 mg

    *

    L-Theanine

    50 mg

    *

    *Daily Value Not Established

    **Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.


    FAQ 

    Q: I am prone to cramping during longer training and racing. Will EFS help me with cramping problems?
    A: Nutritionally, cramping stems from electrolyte imbalance, electrolyte depletion and/or dehydration. EFS provides the most potent electrolyte profile available. The combination of all five electrolytes delivers a potent 1160mg per serving, helping to prevent cramping. The 300mg sodium per serving also aids in maximum fluid absorption so you stay hydrated throughout your training and racing. Supplementing with additional salt tabs, electrolyte tabs, or salty snacks is no longer needed when using EFS.

    Q: How much EFS should I use during my training and racing?

    A: Clinical research shows that a 6-8% solution delivering between 45-60g carbohydrates, >1000mg amino acids, 400-600mg sodium and equivalent balance in all electrolytes should be taken every hour during exercise. Athletes should consume one serving for every 30 minutes of intense exercise. Adjustments should be made based on body weight, training state, heat, individual sweat rates and preference. Use one serving for every 30 minutes as a starting point and adjust as necessary from there.  Additional calories and electrolytes can be added with EFS liquid shots.

    Q: I’ve heard that there are benefits to having protein during exercise. Why doesn’t EFS contain protein?
    A: EFS contains 2g free form amino acids per serving which is the equivalent in BCAA and glutamine profile to 9g whey protein. Protein naturally contains BCAAs and glutamine. Clinical evidence supporting the use of BCAAs and glutamine during exercise dates back to 1991. These clinical studies clearly indicate supplementing with as little as 1g free form amino acids improved performance, reduced post-exercise muscle damage, improved muscle glycogen resynthesis, reduced central fatigue and improved rate of perceived exertion. These are the same claims made by the most recent protein study and clearly support a mechanism for improved performance. In addition to the clinical support, other factors lead to a decision to use these free form amino acids over complete proteins.
    • Proteins are more difficult to digest than amino acids during exercise
    • Proteins don’t taste very good during exercise
    • Proteins can reduce the glycemic index of a drink, further reducing its ability to be quickly absorbed
    • There is considerably more evidence supporting free form amino acids than complete proteins