WHY YOU SHOULD USE BETA FUEL DUAL SOURCE ENERGY DRINK
As an endurance athlete, meaning your events typically last more than two hours, you need to take in between 80-120g of carbohydrate per hour. The Science in Sport Beta Fuel Dual Source Energy Drink delivers an optimised 80g of carbohydrate in a single, convenient isotonic fuelling solution with minimal risk of GI discomfort that enables you to maintain optimal performance.
NEW 1:0.8 RATIO REPLACES 2:1 RATIO
THE SCIENCE BEHIND BETA FUEL HAS EVOLVED
Through our Performance Solutions team, we have worked closely with elite athletes in the research and development of the new Beta Fuel range to bring you a scientifically superior fuel in a range of formats that allow you to use +17% more carbohydrate (O’Brien et al, 2013).
One sachet of Beta Fuel Energy Drink contains one serving (82g) of powder. Tip the mix-and-go formula into 600ml of water and shake to dissolve. It's that simple.
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per Serving 82g|
|of which saturates||0.0g||0.0g|
|of which sugar||54g||45g|
*Reference intake of an average adult (8400kj/2000kcal)
Maltodextrin (from Maize) (57%), Fructose (42%), Flavourings.
What is Science in Sport Beta Fuel?Our Beta Fuel is a world-leading isotonic fuelling supplement that enables endurance athletes to maintain optimum carbohydrate levels for increased performance.
What is Science in Sport Beta Fuel made of?The carbohydrates in Beta Fuel come from stomach-friendly maltodextrin and fructose. Beta Fuel also contains flavourings with no artificial sweeteners.
How will Beta Fuel Dual Source Energy Drink give me more energy?Beta Fuel delivers 80g of carbohydrate in a single serving to help you hit the recommended intake of 80-120g per hour during endurance exercise. We've optimised the 80g of carbohydrates in our Beta Fuel with a brand new 1:0.8 ratio (maltodextrin to fructose) that increases your body's carbohydrate usage efficiency, which in turn enhances your power output and limits gastrointestinal distress.
How does Science in Sport Beta Fuel fit into my overall fuelling plan?As an endurance athlete our Beta Fuel Dual Source Energy Drink can be used on its own to fulfil your fuelling requirements. However, our Beta Fuel range, which also includes the Dual Source Energy Gel, Dual Source Energy Gel + Nootropics, and Dual Source Energy Chews, can be combined to ensure you easily hit the recommended fuelling target of 80-120 grams of carbohydrate every hour.
What makes Beta Fuel Energy Drink better than eating regular foods such as a banana, for example?Beta Fuel Dual Source Energy Drink is designed to be absorbed quickly into your gut for fast energy, whereas some solid foods take longer to digest because they have more fat and fibre and can cause bloating and discomfort during exercise.
Is Beta Fuel Dual Source Energy Drink isotonic?Yes. Mixing one 82g sachet of Beta Fuel sachet in 600 ml water will make Beta Fuel Isotonic.
How should I mix Beta Fuel Dual Source Energy Drink?Mixing Beta Fuel is easy. Pour one sachet (one serving of 82g) into a bottle of 600ml of water and shake until all the powder has dissolved.
Does the Science in Sport Beta Fuel range use natural flavourings?Yes. Our Beta Fuel range of carbohydrate supplements use natural flavours and are free from colours and preservatives.
Has Science in Sport Beta Fuel been tested for banned substances?Absolutely. Like all our performance supplements, Beta Fuel is tested under the Informed Sport programme and does not contain any banned substance. Informed Sport is a global quality assurance and supplement certification programme for sports supplements.