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|Season||Spring 2020, Summer 2020|
GO Energy Bake adopts a scientific approach to energy bars, delivering 30 grams of carbohydrate in a soft filled bake. Each bake has a fruit centre providing 10g fructose.
To support performance and meet the demands of exercise, fuelling requirements for long endurance events would be advised as 60-90g of carbohydrate per hour. The Science in Sport GO Energy Bake can be used to meet these demands, alongside other products in the Science in Sport GO Range. The unique, soft baked texture provides an easy to eat option, with all the performance benefits of carbohydrate fuelling.
Depleting your carbohydrate stores during exercise is one of the major causes of fatigue. Delivering additional carbohydrate during exercise is known to improve performance, race times and delay the onset of fatigue. Research has shown that carbohydrate from gels, drinks and bars can all be utilised at similar rates, and as such, SiS GO Energy Bake provides an alternative, easily digestible format of carbohydrate to consume during exercise.
- 30g carbohydrate
- 10g fructose
- 2:1 carbohydrate ratio
- Soft filled bake
- Fuelling before or during exercise
- Energy loading snack between meals
- Informed Sport tested
Depleting your carbohydrate stores during exercise is one of the major causes of fatigue. Delivering additional carbohydrate during exercise is known to improve performance, race times and delay the onset of fatigue.
SiS GO Energy Bakes provide on-the-go energy (30g carbohydrate) in a soft filled bake with a delicious fruity centre (10g fructose). Used effectively the SiS GO Energy Bake can meet the demands and fueling required for long endurance events where it is advised to get an intake of 60-90g of carbohydrates per hour - the unique texture provides a great carbohydrate alternative to consume during exercise, which has the added bonus of being easily digestible.
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per Serving 50g|
|Energy||1590kJ / 380kcal||795kJ / 190kcal|
|of which sugars||23g||11g|
|of which saturates||2.7g||1.4g|
*Reference Intake of an average adult (8,400kJ/2,000kcal).