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USN Sport Ener-G Fruit F 500g is a concentrated energy drink that makes up to 7 litres. This energy drink is formulated to quickly replace electrolytes and phosphates lost during training. Hydrates and improves recovery.
USN Sports Ener-G Refreshing Energy Hydration Drink 500 g
Potential core benefits: Rehydrates and helps improve recovery. Rapidly replaces electrolytes, energy and phosphates during physical activity. Helps reduce muscle cramping and soreness. USN sports ener-g is a great tasting, high energy, carbohydrate based drink with added electrolytes and phosphates to fuel your body and sustain your energy whenever you need it. The drink replenishes electrolytes, minerals and fluids in sensible quantities during activity to reduce the risk of cramping (if used as directed), and provides fast acting carbohydrates to supply muscles with energy. Before, during, after. Morning, afternoon, night, antive. Ideal time to use. Tel: 086 1111 876. [email protected] www.usn.co.za. *%Nutrient reference values (NRVs) for individuals 4 years and older (2010).
500 g e
Quantity in pack:
Makes 7 liters. Rapidly replaces electrolytes energy and phosphates during physical activity. USN®. Ultimate sports nutrition. Makes 7 liters. 27 servings. Sports Ener-G. Refreshing energy. Hydration drink. With phosphates and electrolytes. Professional. Performance. 500 g e. Replenish, refuel, refresh. Performance nutritional supplement. Fruit fusion flavour. Scientifically formulated. Peak performance supplements.
Recommended use: Mix 2 heaped teaspoons (18g) with 250ml cold water. Have one serving every 30 minutes during training and events longer than 60 minutes. Start drinking 30-60 minutes prior to events, taking 2-3 sips every 10-15 minutes. Can also be used as a recovery drink, taking 2-3 servings within 30 minutes after an event/ training session. The ingredients used to formulate this product are not sports banned substances. Professional athletes should refer to the USN website for more information on prohibited substances in sport.