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  • Science In Sport Go Electrolyte Sports Fuel 40g x 18
  • Science In Sport Go Electrolyte Sports Fuel 40g x 18
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Science In Sport Go Electrolyte Sports Fuel Sachets

The carbohydrate energy fuel with electrolytes to give you ultimate performance in the heat. GO is maltodextrin and fructose based, rather than sucrose (table sugar) based to ensure that it is light on the stomach and clean in taste whilst providing a great source of carbohydrate energy. It has all the essential electrolytes (salts), Sodium, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium and Chloride for rapid hydration and electrolyte replacement. GO is available in 3 great flavours so everyone can find a drink they enjoy to drink.

Typical Ingredients:

  • Maltodextrin (produced by partial hydrolysis of a special variety of maize, 98% glucose polymers), Fructose, Natural Flavour, Electrolytes, Aspartame. Typical Values per 80g serving Energy 1300kj/287kcal, Carbohydrate 76g (of which sugars 13g), Protein trace, Fat 0g, sodium 400mg, chloride 650mg, calcium 45mg, magnesium 10mg, potassium 120mg.
  • Typical Values per 80g serving - Energy 1300kj/287kcal, Carbohydrate 76g (of which sugars 13g), Protein trace, Fat 0g, sodium 400mg, chloride 650mg, calcium 45mg, magnesium 10mg, potassium 120mg.
  • All Science in Sport products are manufactured in-house and are drug-free.

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  • Size: 40g x 18
  • Option: Lemon & Lime
 
Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Ok The Sachets make it really easy and quick to use. Its also useful for taking extra powder with me on rides. However, the taste (I tried Lemon & Lime and Tropical) is really bad. It stops me drinking enough during rides. I heard a lot of good things about the product so maybe they were using to Blackcurrant. 07 October 2010
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