About GO Energy Bar Mini
GO Energy bars are a nutritious, easily digestible and high carbohydrate based snack made from fruits and wholesome ingredients. The reduced size provides a practical and nutritious approach to provide carbohydrate during exercise. Proven by thousands of athletes in the world's toughest races, it meets their demanding energy needs.
GO Energy Mini Bars are high in carbohydrate (26 grams), moderate in protein (4.5 grams) and low in fat (2 grams).
Depleting your carbohydrate stores during exercise is one of the major causes of fatigue. Delivering additional carbohydrate during exercise is known to improve performance, race times and delay the onset of fatigue.
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Suitable For: Vegetarians, Lactose free, Wheat Free, Nut Free
Designed to fit easily in jersey pockets, cycle bags and waist packs, simply tear open the packaging and consume
For nutritional information about the individual flavours please contact customer service. Example below is for Banana Fudge flavour.
|Typical Values||Per Serving 40g||Per 100g|
|of which sugars||12g||30g|
|of which saturates||0.3g||0.7g|
Fruit Juices From Concentrate 31% (Grape, Pineapple), Dried Fruits 26% (Dates, Banana, Apricots), Cereal 18% (Rice & Soy Crisp (Rice Flour, Soy Protein Isolate, Oat Flour, Salt, Vegetable Oil, Lecithin) (Gluten), Oats (Gluten)), Maltodextrin (from Maize), Soy Protein Isolate, Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin), Flavouring, Humectant (Calcium Lactate)
When should I eat these versus any of the SiS gels?
Containing fast absorbing 25g carbohydrate (per 40g bar), these can be used with or between meals to increase carbohydrate intake as well as a pre exercise snack. During a race, a commonly used strategy is to take on solid foods like SiS GO Energy bars during lesser intense parts because bars require more blood flow to absorb them compared to other energy products.
How often should I eat one whilst exercising?
If you're exercising for over 90 mins you should take on additional carbohydrate. Aim for 1/2 bars per hour, or consume with other products to hit 60g of carbohydrate per hour during exercise e.g 1 x SiS GO Energy Bar Mini and 1 x 500ml GO Electrolyte.
Will they fit in my cycle jersey pocket?
Yes! SiS GO Energy bars are lightweight and compact, designed to fit in jersey pockets, cycle bags and waist packs.
Are these bars gluten free?
SiS GO energy bars are not suitable for coeliacs and gluten free diets due to their oat content.
What is the sugar content in these bars?
A 40g SiS GO energy bar contains 10g of naturally occurring sugars from fruit, with no added sugar.