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Home > Energetics
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Energy supplements are in different formats depending on the utility that you go to give and the sport in which you are going to use. The most common formats are:

The main content of energy supplements are carbohydrates. The reason is that the energy metabolism during exercise used as a primary fuel source of carbohydrates, helps the most efficient for energy metabolic pathway. Each supplement has a different composition:
Energy gels typically contain mainly a combination of different types of carbohydrates to maximize absorption speed, water and sometimes salts and / or caffeine. Jellies have the same composition except for the amount of water. They are a source of quick and easy to digest energy, that are used in the running. It's perfect for any sport.
The main compound of energy bars are carbohydrates, but usually usually also contain a small proportion of fat. These fats are welcome in sports longer because the longer the duration, the fat metabolism increased with respect to carbohydrate. Therefore, in marches cycling, mountain running or triathlon, it is a widely used energy resource
.Aportan Energy in a solid food with natural ingredients and great taste. It is usually taken especially in cycling, mountain sports and outdoor.

Energy drinks contain carbohydrates, but to a lesser extent, as their carbohydrate content should not exceed a concentration of 10% to avoid a gastrointestinal stagnation and thus overcome any stomach upset. Sports drinks usually contain mineral salts to replace losses of these electrolytes during exercise and prevent dehydration.

Energy Jellies: they provide the same benefits as energy gels in the form of candy. And they are very good! They are used in any endurance sport.

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