Page n°7Hydrate & Perform product focus
Hydrate & Perform is a range of isotonic drinks and drink preparations, rich in carbohydrates, specially developed by sports nutritionists. With its "hydration / energy input" dual action, its formulation is particularly suited to intense and prolonged exercise.
Find out why a large number of sportsmen and women have adopted Hydrate & Perform in their daily preparations and in competition :
An energy formulation designed for intense and prolonged exercise :
- contains 70 g of rapidly assimilated carbohydrates per litre, in accordance with the latest recommendations from nutritionists (Report of the Scientific Committee on Food on composition and specification of food intended to meet the expenditure of intense muscular effort, especially for sportsmen).
- sodium, magnesium and potassium to replace nutrient losses associated with exercise and vitamin B1 to assist the body's use of carbohydrates.
- low in fat and protein, so helping it to be absorbed.
- its isotonic formulation is designed to provide an immediate source of energy and sodium for hydration and faster energy intake.
- a proven effective source of energy: a scientific study show an improvement of nearly 19% in performance of trained sportsmen and women compared to a placebo
A formulation suited to competitive sport :
- suited to all sports and in particular those undertaken in warm weather;
- a composition to promote easy digestibility;
- a pleasant, fresh and fruity taste;;
- available in several flavours: lemon, fresh, apple and orange;
- available in two formats:
- ready-to-drink bottles (500 ml) with "Push and Pull" cap, or
- powdered drink preparations in 400 g packs.
A safe formulation
- • This product meets all the requirements of the "Isostar Quality Contract" label that guaranteeing the products were made using food ingredients that are free from illegal drug substances and that are regularly checked, complying with the recommendations of WADA-AMA.
* Sesboüé B. IMRS Caen. The effect of nutritional supplementation on endurance performance. January 2005.