Science in Sport Beta Fuel Gels Dual Source Energy Gel, Orange Flavour, 40 g of Carbs Per Pack, 60 ml Pack (30 Pack)

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Science in Sport Beta Fuel Gels Dual Source Energy Gel, Orange Flavour, 40 g of Carbs Per Pack, 60 ml Pack (30 Pack)

Science in Sport Beta Fuel Gels Dual Source Energy Gel, Orange Flavour, 40 g of Carbs Per Pack, 60 ml Pack (30 Pack)

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They're available in either Orange or Strawberry and Lime flavour, and like all SiS gels are 60ml per serving. It should be noted that all of the figures come from a single study by O'Brien et al in 2013, so there isn't a whole lot of data behind them, but during testing I have found the gels kind on the stomach and provide impressive amounts of energy, backing up the claims.

When we look at the Tour de France or last year at the Vuelta a España, it’s close to 40°C each day. Athletes using Beta Fuel experience a 3% improvement in power output compared to those using the 2:1 ratio (O'Brien et al). Maltodextrin is less sweet than glucose, oxidizes quickly during exercise, and its main benefit is that even if you consume a large quantity of gels, it does not cause digestive issues. This means that not only does Beta Fuel optimize your fuel intake and energy utilization, but it also minimizes the risk of gastrointestinal discomfort that can hamper performance and enjoyment. Importantly, the Beta Fuel Gel also addresses the issue of gastrointestinal discomfort commonly experienced by endurance athletes during intense exercise.

Many energy drinks, Beta Fuel included, use a 2:1 ratio of maltodextrin (carbs) to fructose, whereas these gels use a ratio of 1:0.

The Beta Fuel 80 delivers an optimised 80g of carbohydrate in a single, convenient isotonic fuelling solution with minimal risk of GI discomfort. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average.For high-intensity efforts where energy is key, the Science in Sport Beta Fuel Energy Gel 60ml 6 Pack allows you to perform at your best for longer. Since glucose and fructose use different carbohydrate transporters in your body, a combination of these two sugars allows you to intake up to 90 grams of carbohydrates per hour without bloating or stomach issues . The Beta Fuel, while still slightly thicker than a regular drink, is so much better, and both the orange and lemon/lime flavours are subtle and easy to get on with. The Science in Sport BetaFuel Dual Source Energy Gel delivers an optimised 40g of carbohydrate in a single, convenient isotonic fuelling solution with minimal risk of GI discomfort that enables you to maintain optimal performance. This enhanced efficiency ensures that a higher proportion of the carbohydrates consumed actually contribute to energy production, minimizing wastage and maximizing performance benefits.

For sure, the need for higher amounts of fueling, and even feedback from riders has been that it’s been easier than ever to fuel on the bike. SiS says that optimum fuelling is between 80-120g of carbs per hour, but from personal experience I'd say most people will require a fair bit of practice to take the upper end of that without stomach discomfort. The Beta Fuel Dual Source Energy Gel works by delivering a carefully balanced ratio of carbohydrates to optimize your energy production during endurance activities. Within one bidon, you’d put one sachet of Beta Fuel, which was the equivalent of 80g of carbohydrates.ratio of carbohydrates, which sets it apart from the traditional 2:1 ratio found in other energy drinks. ratio of carbohydrates enhances energy utilization, power output, and efficiency while minimizing gastrointestinal issues. In my three-hour road races, for example, I would usually pack my skinsuit pockets with gels and still need extras taped to spare bottles; with the Beta Fuel gels I've been taking one or two an hour when combined with an energy drink. Whether you prefer ready-to-drink bottles, powder mixes, or other convenient options, Beta Fuel ensures you have the flexibility to integrate it seamlessly into your training regimen. It was originally derived back in 2018, and at that time I was a PhD student with what was then Team Sky.

Easy to consume, I liked the flavours, easy on the stomach, and I've never seen so much energy in a gel.Science in Sport’s Beta Fuel range is leading a revolution in endurance fuelling, having famously powered Chris Froome’s sensational 80km solo ride on Stage 19 of the 2018 Giro D’Italia. When not writing about tech news or working on the Youtube channel, you can still find him racing local crits trying to cling on to his cat 2 licence.



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