Before workout - Eat one packet about 30 minutes before exercise with 1-2 cups of water.
During workout - Eat as needed, aiming for one packet every 45 minutes of activity.
After workout - Eat to help replenish muscle stores of carbohydrates. As always, consume with water to replace fluids lost through sweat.
Sport Beans™ jelly beans are formulated with electrolytes, carbohydrates and vitamins B and C to sustain and replenish your energy during intense exercise. This revolutionary product maximizes performance and ensures ideal portion control, with four delicious flavours that will keep you going through the toughest workout. Tested and endorsed by elite endurance athletes, Sport Beans are suitable for sports enthusiasts at all levels.
Carbohydrates to fuel your body during intense activity
Electrolytes (sodium and potassium) vital for maintaining fluid balance
Vitamins B1, B2, & B3 to help burn carbohydrates and fat
Vitamin C to protect muscles and cells against oxidative damage
Ingredients : Evaporated cane juice, glucose syrup, acidity regulators (E325, E330, E331, E332), gelling agent (E440), salt, raspberry puree, colour (E100, E163, carrot), apple juice concentrate, orange puree, glazing agents (E901, E903, E904), natural flavourings, lime juice concentrate, lemon puree, vitamin C, vitamin B3, vitamin B1, vitamin B2.
Berry - refreshing blend of blueberry, raspberry and strawberry flavours come together in a single bean.
The primary carbohydrate sources in this product are evaporated cane juice (sucrose) and tapioca syrup (a mix of the sugars glucose and fructose.) This carbohydrate blend is similar to what is used in sport drinks and other products designed for fuelling during workouts and competition. Fruit juice is also added, bringing another new carb source into Sport Beans.. According to a variety of research studies, the mix of carbohydrate sources used in Sport Beans is well taken up by the body. In fact, a mixture of carbohydrate sources as found in Sport Beans gets into your system more efficiently compared to a single carbohydrate source, such as glucose alone, in a sports product