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EFX Sports Karbolyn

EFX Sports Karbolyn
Karbolyn, Fruit Punch


Serving Size 1.0000  Scoop
Servings Per Container 36.0000
Amount Per Serving
Serving % DV
Calories -
Calories from Fat -
Total Fat g0.000%
Saturated Fat g0.000%
Cholesterol g0.000%
Sodium g0.000%
Total Carbohydrate g16.700%
Dietary Fiber g0.000%
Sugars g0.000%
Protein g0.000%
Karbolyn g-
Proprietary Blends
Homopolysaccharide derived from Potato, Rice and Corn
*percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

About EFX Sports Karbolyn

Performance Carb. Energy. Endurance. Recovery. Gluten Free. What Is This "Performance Carbohydrate" Karbolyn? Karbolyn represents the dawn of a new era of carbohydrate supplementation. Derived from potato, rice and corn, this fast-acting, long-lasting, high-performance compound offers the best of both simple and complex carbohydrates. Simple carbohydrates have the ability to enter the bloodstream quickly. However, they can also stimulate a strong "spike" and subsequent "crash" due to a rapid rise and fall of insulin levels. This may be good for a quick burst of energy but not for sustained endurance. Complex carbohydrates do provide sustained endurance. But, they are slow to digest, and can leave you feeling bloated and lethargic. Karbolyn Delivers The Best Of Both Worlds: Karbolyn is absorbed into the bloodstream like a simple sugar but without the typical crash caused when your muscles run out of fuel. It has also been shown to be absorbed as quickly as pure Dextrose (a simple carbohydrate). Yet, it still provides sustained energy without "crashing". Don't Take Our Word For It... What Does The Study Say? The Clinical Study sought to document whether or not Karbolyn has a positive and sustainable impact on blood sugar levels in normal adults during aerobic activity. Data Obtained from Participants Indicated that a simple sugar promoted a steep drop and subsequent "crash" at a predictable point in time. Karbolyn gave an overall smoother decline in blood glucose level.

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