- Increases Muscle Size, Strength & Energy
- Pure Source of Maltodextrin Derived From The Finest Grains
- Instantized For Easy Mixing & Rapid Absorption
- Maximizes Glycogen Synthesis & Delays Fatigue
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Carbo Max is a 100% pure source of high quality complex carbohydrates, Maltodextrin, derived from natural grain sources. Maltodextrin are polymers of dextrose (sometimes called "glucose polymers"). Maltodextrin is an easily digested short chain of 3-20 glucose units in length and a convenient source of energy to fuel your body.
Carbo Max is ideal for sustaining high levels of energy during intense or strength training, bodybuilding contests, or any endurance activity as it improves performance when consumed during long periods of exercise. Also it can be used as an effective way to gain weight in the form of lean muscle rather that fat. Carbo Max is pure maltodextrin and when combined with protein, it provides a very slow burning source of energy. All types of athletes use maltodextrins as a primary source of complex carbohydrate for sustained energy. Scientific research validates that by "carbo-loading" -ingesting significantly more carbohydrates that usual- its possible to force the muscle to retain more glycogen, making your muscles bigger, stronger and more capable of sustained and intense activity.
Glycogen may be the most important fuel source for energy during exercise. There is direct correlation between the glycogen stored in muscles and liver and the ingestion of carbohydrates. The enzyme responsible for the synthesis of glycogen is glycogen synthase. The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) recommends that carbohydrate be ingested at a rate of 30 to 60 grams per hour during exercise to maintain optimal oxidation of carbohydrates as fuel and delay fatigue. Each serving of Carbo Max delivers 57 grams of rapidly assimilated maltodextrin per serving providing the ideal amount of carbohydrates to maximize glycogen synthesis.