Water, maltodextrin, glucose, acidity regulator (330, 331), flavour, preservative (202, 211)
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What is the Difference Between Refuel Gel and Reload Gel?
Simply put, you can consume more Refuel Gel than Reload Gel per hour.
Reload Gel is a glucose based product. The carb content consists of glucose and maltodextrin only. Maltodextrin is just made up of units of glucose. We recommend that you only consume 60g carbs (glucose equivalent) per hour of this product.
Refuel Gel on the other hand is based on glucose and fructose – this is what is often nutritionally called multiple transportable carbohydrates. By combining these two carbohydrate sources, you should be aiming for up to 90g per hours of carbs from this product. Based on this, you can consume one of our 3-serve flasks of Refuel Gel every 50 minutes.
Many sports nutrition companies list fructose on an ingredients listing to show it is in there, but don’t specify the amount they add. This means you are probably getting very little of this endurance nutrition powerhouse. Fructose is intensely sweet so it is very difficult to achieve a 2:1 ratio of glucose to fructose, while making a product that also tastes great. We are proud to have finally developed the ingredient and process technology to solve this problem.