Carbohydrate supplements

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  • Real Carbs & Protein - 3.5lbs

    5% Nutrition

    Rich Piana 5% Nutrition Real Carbs + Protein is a whole food based meal replacement powder using high-quality whole food proteins with low glycemic carbohydrates designed to help you meet your daily protein and meal requirements.
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    Banana Nut Bread
     
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    Blueberry Cobbler
     
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    Chocolate
     
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  • Carbo Plus - 1000gr - natural

    Universal

    Carbo Plus - 1000gr - natural
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    Carbo Plus - 1000gr - natural
     
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  • Applied Carb-X - 1.2kg

    Applied Nutrition

    • 100% Cyclic Dextrin Carbohydrates
    • 1.2kg | 48 Servings
    • 24g Carbs | 50mg AstraGin® | 0g Fat | 0g Sugar

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    Fruit Burst (exp. date: 05-2021)
     
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    Orange (exp. date: 05-2021)
     
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    Unflavored (exp. date: 05-2021)
     
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  • Karbolic 4.4

    ProSupps

    Super premium muscle fuel.
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    Blue Raspberry
     
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  • King Carb

    RCSS

    - 30g easily digestible carbohydrates
    - Electrolyte blend for hydration
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    Cotton Candy
     
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    Lemonade
     
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  • Glycomaize

    Optimum

    Carbohydrate matrix.
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    Glycomaize
     
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Carbohydrate supplements

Carbohydrates are fuel for the human body. The body can only store a limited amount of carbohydrates in the muscles and liver as glycogen to be used for energy. There are two different types of carbohydrates, simple carbohydrates and complex carbohydrates. Simple carbohydrates go straight into the bloodstream, complex carbohydrates need to be broken down into simple carbohydrates before entering the bloodstream.