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Muscle Mass Increase

Amylopectin from waxy maize is a carbohydrate source with good absorption and no intestinal discomfort, which makes it perfect for an intra-training drink.

Amylopectin is a carbohydrate rich product originating from waxy maize starch. As a highly concentrated source of amylopectin, it has a slightly lower glycemic index compared to other fast-absorbing carbohydrate sources (such as dextrose or maltodextrin), which will lead to a more sustained carbohydrate intake with advantage of having better digestion.

This source of complex carbohydrates will be an added value in gaining muscle mass when consumed, both after training, in order to maximize adaptations to it, as well as at other times of the day, for those who have difficulty gaining muscle mass, by increasing the intake of carbohydrates.

Amylopectin is ideal for:

– Increased muscle mass;
– Muscle Glycogen Replacement

It also promotes:

– Faster recoveries between workouts.

Ingredients

Waxy maize starch (99% amylopectin, 1% amylose).

Manufactured in facilities that handle soy, gluten, egg, celery, fish, crustaceans, sulphites and nuts and therefore may contain traces of them.

Nutritional Declaration

Energy
400 kcal / 1674 kJ
Lipids
0 g
Of which saturated
0 g
Carbohydrates
100 g
Of which sugar
0 g
Fibre
0 g
Proteins
0 g
Salt
0 g
Energy
200 kcal / 837 kJ
Lipids
0 g
Of which saturated
0 g
Carbohydrates
50 g
Of which sugar
0 g
Fibre
0 g
Proteins
0 g
Salt
0 g

How to take it

Take one to three servings per day, depending on your daily carbohydrate needs. Can be taken before and/or after exercise. To prepare a portion dilute a shallow measure (50 g) in your pre or post workout drink or 200 ml of water.

Other information

Not recommended:

  • Diabetics

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Scientific studies

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J Int Soc Sports Nutr. 2007; 4: 18.
Int.]. Sports Med., Vol. 17, No. 5, pp 373-378, 1996.
Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab. 2010 Dec;20(6):515-32