C30 Ice Gel
|Nutrient||Per 77ml Gel*|
|Energy / Brennwert / Énergie||120kcal|
|Fat / Fett / Materes Grasses||0g|
|Carbohydrate / Kohlenhydrate / Glucides||30g|
|Of Which Sugars / Davon Zucker / Dont Sucres||10g|
|Protein / Eiweiß / Proteines||0g|
Ingredients: Water, Maltodextrin, Fructose, Sucrose, Glycerine, Natural Flavor, Citric Acid, Trisodium Citrate, Salt, Gellan Gum, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Sorbate.
C30 Ice Gel highlights
2:1 glucose-to-fructose carbohydrate blend delivers 30 grams of fast-absorbing energy.
200mg of sodium per gel for optimal fluid delivery.
Mild flavor easy on the stomach.
C30 Ice Gel FAQs
What is the consistency of a C30 Ice Gel?
C30 Ice Gels freeze solid. After a 1-2 minute thaw from freezer, the texture is very similar to an ice pop.
How long does it take to freeze C30 Ice Gel?
C30 Ice Gels take 3 hours to freeze based on average freezer temperature.
Who are C30 Ice Gels good for?
C30 Ice Gels are great for hot weather training and racing. They deliver 30 grams of fast-absorbing carbohydrate in an ice slush format which helps to cool core body temperature. They are also great for field sports like football, soccer, and basketball.
Do C30 Ice Gels contain caffeine?
No. C30 Ice Gels do not contain any caffeine.
How large are C30 Ice Gels?
C30 Ice Gels are slightly larger than our C30 Energy Gels. They are 77ml in size.
What is the best protocol for using C30 Ice Gels during endurance competition?
First, you will need an ice chest or cooler to keep C30 Ice Gels frozen. Cut the top of gel wrapper off and freeze ice gel standing up (not lying down). Consume C30 Ice Gel 2-3 minutes after removing from cooler. Squeeze up from bottom and consume like an ice pop.
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