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To make an outstanding performance fuel bar for endurance athletes is no easy task. The goal should be to deliver carbohydrate quickly and efficiently, with as little fat, protein and fiber in the bar as possible. Fat, fiber and protein all inhibit carbohydrate absorption and can increase the potential for gastrointestinal distress. C30 Fuel Bar delivers 30 grams of fast-absorbing carbohydrate by 2:1 glucose-to-fructose composition. Formulated with a smooth texture that is easy to chew and swallow even at high intensity, C30 Fuel Bar is redefinining how a performance bar should perform.
How are C30 Fuel Bars different than other energy bars?
C30 Fuel Bar is a 2:1 glucose-to-fructose energy bar that is formulated for performance athletes. It has compact size and smooth texture, so C30 Fuel Bar is easy to chew and swallow at higher intensity effort. It stays soft in cold and hot weather. C30 Fuel Bar is very low in fat, fiber and protein - all of which can inhibit energy absorption.
How are these bars in hot and cold?
C30 Fuel Bars stay soft in cold weather. They are non-sticky and retain their shape in warmer weather.
Are C30 Fuel bars gluten-free?
No. Our bars are made from glutenous flour and are not gluten-free. Athletes with gluten sensitivity should not use this product.
Why are C30 Fuel Bars smaller than other energy bars?
C30 Fuel Bars are formulated using 30 grams of carbohydrate per bar, and so they work within our system of products. This makes C30 Fuel Bar ideal for consuming on the way to a training session or during training, with reduced risk of developing GI issues.
Can C30 Fuel Bars be eaten with other C-Series products?
Yes. C30 Fuel Bars use a 2:1 glucose-to-fructose carb composition and contain 30 grams of carbohydrate per bar. They are formulated to work as a system with our other C-Series products, so you can mix and match to meet your overall fueling strategy.
Guides & Guidance
In this article, we compare the different types of carbohydrate sources so you can decide what works best for you!
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