A lot of research has been done on athletic performance and the effects of using Spirulina as a supplement.
Results are incredible especially for active athletes!
Time to fatigue after the 2 hour run was significantly longer after spirulina supplementation (2.05 +/- 0.68 vs 2.70 +/- 0.79 min). Ingestion of spirulina significantly decreased carbohydrate oxidation rate by 10.3% and increased fat oxidation rate by 10.9% during the 2 hour run compared with the placebo trial. GSH levels were higher after the spirulina supplementation compared with placebo at rest and 24 h after exercise. TBARS (thiobarbituric acid-reactive substances ) levels increased after exercise after placebo but not after spirulina supplementation. Protein carbonyls, catalase, and TAC levels increased similarly immediately after and 1 h after exercise in both groups.
Multi-chain Triglycerides are fats which when taken into the body are absorbed just as a carbohydrate. The fats are absorbed slowly, giving Agisko gel the energy to power the body for extended periods after it is taken without the “sugar high”.
Agisko gel does NOT contain Sodium Benzoate (E21), Agisko gel has no sweeteners such as Aspartame and Acesulfame K
Agisko-Gel is formulated not to alter the body’s glycaemic index and provides constant energy for up to 1hr. (No peaks or lows in energy levels, as found when taking foods and drinks with processed sugars etc.). As they are natural, there are no side effects as with many non-natural composition or flavour developed gels. Most importantly, they taste GREAT!
The Agisko Drink is formulated to help rehydrate the body before, during and after exercise.
The Agisko Drink does not contain Saccharose, Dextrose, Glucose, Artificial colourings, or Preservatives.
The Agisko Drink has added mineral salts to help replace salts lost through the sweating process. These added mineral salts help maintain the body’s balance of sodium and potassium and prevents the onset of muscle cramps.
The sugars which are added, particularly guava juice, help the simulation of the water (H2O) element of the drink, and are not added to provide energy. If the sugar content of the drink is greater than 6% then the sugars will impair the absorption of water through the stomach lining. Therefore, most energy drinks leave athletes feeling bloated and cause stomach complications.