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SiS GO + Nitrates Gel 60ml

SiS GO + Nitrates Gel 60ml

Product code: 022249
Natural nitrate gel for major endurance events

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SiS GO Gel + Nitrates
The world's first nitrate gel to improve energy efficiency during exercise:

 250 mg nitrate per gel
• Made with real vegetable sources
• Easy to digest and light on the stomach

About SiS GO Gel + Nitrates

The SiS GO Gel + Nitrates is the world’s first gel to contain naturally occurring nitrate stores from a variety of vegetable sources. Easy to digest and light on the stomach, the GO + Nitrate gel is a highly practical way to ensure elevated nitrate stores prior to beginning exercise, a strategy that is increasingly being shown by sport scientists to provide an innovative way to enhance endurance performance.

Why should I take this gel?

Elevating nitrate stores before exercise has been shown to reduce the amount of oxygen required to perform at a given workload, effectively meaning it takes less physical effort to exercise at the same speed or power output. Additionally, elevated nitrate levels can also increase power output, improve race time and delay the onset of fatigue during moderate to high-intensity exercise. As such, the SiS GO Gel + Nitrates represents a truly world leading, innovative and highly practical strategy to make your muscles more efficient, thereby improving your race day performance.

Recommended Usage

To achieve the optimal performance boosting effects of nitrate, consume 2-3 gels daily for 3-5 days prior to your event. Given that the SiS GO Gels + Nitrate is to be consumed in the days leading up to your event, you should also ensure that you consume other carbohydrate, hydration and caffeine products of the SIS GO Range on race day in order to ensure maximal race day performance.

Further Information

Read :
Nitrates for Endurance

 
runners world sis nutrition product award 

Nutritional Information:

Typical values
per 100ml  per serving 60ml
Energy
 238kj/56kcal  143kj/34kcal
Protein
 1.5g  0.9g
Carbohydrate
 13.5g  8.1g
 of which sugars  6.5g   3.9g
Fat  0.0g   0.0g
 of which saturates  0.0g   0.0g
Fibre  2.0g  1.2g
Sodium  0.2g  0.1g
Dietry Nitrate  420mg  250mg
Folic Acid  335ug  200ug (100% RDA)


Ingredients:

Water, Swiss Chard Juice Concentrate (15%), Maltodextrin (from Maize) (5.5%), Rhubarb Juice Concentrate (4%),Gelling Agents (Xanthan Gum, Gellan Gum), Acidity Regulator (Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate), Preservatives (Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate),Sweeteners (Acesulfame K, Sucralose), Flavouring, Folic Acid.

Questions and Answers

Is this suitable for vegetarians? Indeed, what about the rest of your products - could you add a vege or not statement to each product?

Yes, this is suitable for vegetarians – as are just about all SiS products. However, SiS REGO (build) protein bars contain collagen and SiS CLA capsules uses gelatine capsules so you will need to avoid these.

From what age can you use the SiS GO Nitrate gels?

There is no age limit use of the SiS GO Nitrate Gels. Nitrate is naturally occurring so its just like eating rocket or spinach.

What is the difference between Viper active capsules from Maxifuel?

Viper active appears to be an 'interesting' combination of phosphate salts and some other compounds, it is not a source of dietary nitrate.

There are some interesting studies with 'phosphate loading' the most impressive results being with relatively high doses of tri-sodium phosphate. The idea is that this causes a shift in the oxy-haemoglobin dissociation curve so the blood offloads more oxygen at the muscle. This is quite different than 'nitrate loading' from natural dietary nitrate.

What do SiS GO Nitrate gels do and should you take them during exercise?

It's best to use them before exercise to improve efficiency.  Nitrates can help blood flow, control blood pressure and improve exercise performance.  It's an exciting area of research at the moment.

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