HYDRO Gel Plus, 60g
Advanced Hydration Intra-Workout Gel with Caffeine, a source of Carbohydrates, Coconut Water, Caffeine & B Vitamins.
- 22g Fast-Acting Carbohydrates
- Added Coconut Water & Caffeine
- Fluid Texture
- Subtle Flavour Profile
- Easy to Digest
PROJECT E2 HYDRO GEL PLUS is a fast-acting dual Carbohydrate formula, with added Coconut Water – a natural isotonic. Designed to supply your body with accessible energy in a fluid texture requiring no further water to wash down. Featuring Coconut Water which provides naturally occurring electrolytes to replace those lost through sweat throughout exercise. PROJECT E2 HYDRO GEL PLUS is all about keeping your electrolyte stores supplied and your body hydrated throughout your session.
Added B Vitamins in the PROJECT E2 HYDRO GEL PLUS, act to increase energy metabolism and reduce tiredness and fatigue during your session or race, and the addition of Caffeine aims to increase alertness and attention.
PROJECT E2 HYDRO GEL PLUS has undergone a stringent flavour development process, using real fruit juice. This has allowed us to formulate a gel that not only has a great texture, but tastes refreshing yet subtle, allowing for easy consumption.
Warning: High Caffeine Content (50mg). Not recommended for children or pregnant or breastfeeding women. Do not exceed recommended dose.
Ingredients: Water, Maltodextrin, Sicilian lemon juice, coconut water concentrate, Raspberry juice concentrate, Gelling agent (Cellulose gum), Preservative (Potassium sorbate), caffeine, B Vitamin complex (Niacin, Riboflavin, B6, Thiamine, B12)
Allergen Advice: Produced in a facility that handles milk, egg, soy and gluten.
Suitable for vegetarians.
Storage Instructions: Store in a cool, dry place, out of direct sunlight and out of the sight and reach of children. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet.
Usage Instructions: As a guide, take one Gel for every 60 minutes of activity. Adjust the usage for your specific requirements.
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