Brand: True Supplements: [email protected]
Sold By: Arms Nutrition
Ships From: Noida, U.P.
•Arms Nutrition H-404, Supertech icon, Indrapuram, Ghaziabad, UP-201014, India
•Country of Origin: India
Complex carbohydrates should make up the bulk of your daily calorie intake because they form muscle glycogen, the long-lasting fuel that your body needs to train hard. Complex carbohydrates are slow burning which means you get longer lasting energy. They also help keep your blood sugar levels constant, this reduces fat storage and fatigue and promotes the release of insulin which is the body’s natural anabolic hormone and is essential for muscle development. When you train hard you reduce your blood sugar level considerably. Eating carbohydrates straight after a training session provides your body with an insulin spike. This insulin spike puts your body into an anabolic (muscle building) state. If you do not get the right nutrients after training it’s possible that your body could enter a catabolic (muscle breakdown) state. This is why post workout nutrition is so important.
- You can replenish your lost or degraded glycogen levels in your muscles by consuming high amounts of complex carbohydrates. When you feel lethargic or fatigue, shoot with complex carbohydrates to move in the state of beast mode. By this energetic supplement, you can easily recover and replenish your decreased muscle glycogen levels
- You can easily increase your daily requirements of calories by consuming strong Carbohydrate Supplement in combination with your preferable meals. Taking complex carbohydrates during any time of the day will increase your efficiency in the maximum extent
- Complex Carbohydrates benefits you in staying Anabolic(muscle growth) rather than staying catabolic (muscle breakdown)
- Complex Carbohydrates spikes up your insulin levels slowly which benefits you in providing continues supply of carbs into your muscles so that it gets everything your body needs to nourish and move towards recovery
Add 50 grams of oats, 1tbsp of peanut butter, hand full of almonds, 1 scoop of Complex Carbohydrates and if required add 1 scoop of Whey Protein in a blender
|Number of Servings||20|
|Serving Size||1 Scoop (50 g)|
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