After exercising you need to refuel.
Sport Gainer is a dietary supplement that, in the best possible way, restores the bodys own depot of carbohydrates. After exercise, match or contest. Sport Gainer makes optimal muscle growth possible.
The Carbohydrates are chosen in order to speedily raise the carbohydrate level in the muscles as well as in the liver.
The protein consists of ultra filtered whey protein concentrate which is quickly absorbed by the muscle cells. In the cells it restores and contributes to an actual increase in muscle mass.
Sport Gainer contains no artificial sweeteners
|Nutritive value||per 90 g||per 100 g|
|Energy (kJ/kcal)||1460/ 340||1620/ 378|
|Protein||23 g||26 g|
|Carbohydrates||65 g||72 g|
|of which maltodextrine||51 g||57 g|
|of which fructose||13 g||14 g|
|of which lactose||1 g||1 g|
|Fat:||2 g||2 g|
|Dietary fiber:||0 g||0 g|
|Salt:||0 g||0 g|
Feel safe with Sport Gainer!
Sport Gainer is manufactured in facilities that fulfill the requirements of Swedish Food Standard. Our demand on the manufacturers of Sport Gainer is that no doping classed substances may be used in the production line or at the raw material manufacturers. Sport Gainer has been on the market since 1998 and is popular among athletes on all levels.
Do not forget…
Regular exercise increases the net synthesis of muscle protein. After a single workout an increased protein synthesis has been found up to 72 hours after the workout!
(Blomstrand et al, 2006)
Ingrediants: Maltodextrine, ultrafiltrated whey protein concentrate, fructose, cocoapowder (only in chocolate flavor), color: red beet powder (only in strawberry and bluberry flavor), flavor.
Container: 3200g (7.054 lb)
Flavours: Strawberry, Chocolate, Blueberry
Servings: 3200g: 35 servings of 1,5 scoop (90 gram/ 3.175oz)
Suggested use: 1,5 scoop (90g/ 3.175oz) Sport Gainer into 4dl of water or milk. Use Shaker or mixer. Drink immediately after excercise. Scoop of 1dl is inside the container. Storage: Romtemperated and closed
The uptake of glycogen after exercise.
The blues staples on the picture shows the uptake of glycogen in the muscles iwhen adding carbohydrates within the first two hours after exercise compared to a later intake. The yellow staples shows the glycogen uptake without adding extra carbohydrates.*Bergström J, Hultman E. A study of glycogen metabolism during exercise in man. Scand J. Clin Lab. Invest. 19, 218-226, 19