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PhD Battery is the answer to your energy requirements during training. A carbohydrate based supplement that will provide the required energy to allow you to perform at your best during exercise. Energy requirements are more complex with regards to pre-workout and then post-workout glycogen replenishment. However, PhD Battery contains various carbohydrate sources which all have varying glycemic index measurements, thus satisfying pre-workout and post-workout energy requirements. PhD Nutrition have also named this energy supplement Battery +/- 3 due to the triple carbohydrate content and added amino acids which are essential in order to preserve muscle tissue.
The three key parts contained within PhD Battery:PhD Battery contains medium and long term energy ingredients such as fructose and maltodextrin so that when taken pre-workout and during exercise, blood sugar levels will spike, but not too highly so that reduces performance during exercise. Frutose is a slower converting sugar, hence the low glycemic index rating, 23. Maltodexrin is regarded as a complex carbohydrate, however it can also be used as medium term energy storage, but is primarly effective as post-workout energy replenishment.
Dextrose is added to PhD Battery for instant energy replenishment and can be typically referred to as high impact carbs with a high glycemic index rating.
PhD Supplements have added branched chain amino acids (BCAAs) and l-glutamine. Furthermore, valine, isoleucine and leucine are also included in PhD Battery as they are thought to help preserve muscle throughout times of stress, typically during exercise.
Prior to your workout, use a 40g serving (two scoops) of PhD Battery, no matter what form of exercise, whether it be cardiovascular exersice such as cycling, running, jogging, rugby, football or weight training. Just add Battery +/- 3 to approximately 300 to 400ml of ice cold water (adjust to own taste) and mix in a shaker or blender bottle.
During your workout, a higher serving such as 40-60g would provide additional benefits.
Post-worout, glycogen store are at the lowest levels, however the simple carbs in PhD Battery will replenish these stores and allow adequate recovery. To allow for this, a larger serving of 60g (three scoops) to 100g (5 scoops) of PhD Battery would be recommended. Note that the post-workout serving is the most important of the three servings.
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Energy 139.2 kcal