Fuel your body and fitness goals with our carbohydrate supplements – perfect as a pick-me-up throughout the day, an energy boost for your workout, or if you’re carb cycling.
What are carbohydrate supplements?
Whether you’re a marathon runner or a weight trainer, you can’t perform to the best of your ability without a good supply of energy, and that’s where carbs come in. Not only are they your body’s main energy source, they also provide dietary fiber which is key to keeping your digestive system healthy – making them an important part of your diet, even on rest days.
You need carbohydrates to power vital organs such as your brain, heart, kidney and muscles, and they’re found in foods like bread, potatoes, pasta, rice, cereals, fruits and legumes.
Our supplements are faster-acting than these natural sources, as they’re water-based products which can be absorbed into the bloodstream quicker – perfect for an instant lift during an intense training session.
What is the right carbohydrate supplement for you?
Whether you’re boosting your carb intake, need a quick energy fix or looking to improve digestive health, we have the right carbohydrate supplement for you.
Boost your carb intake
Want to up your calories? Go for Instant Oats
Our fast-absorbing Dextrosesweet-tasting and made up of simple carbohydrates to give you a rapid release of energy – perfect fuel for a pre- or mid-workout boost.
Bulking up? Try one of our most powerful muscle building blends, Total Oats and Whey which combines Whey Protein and Instant Oats, to give slow-releasing carbs alongside
protein, which contributes to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass – you’ll be pumped through all your reps.
Improve digestive health
Keep bloating at bay with Waxy Maize Starch
Carbohydrates are sugars that come in two forms - simple and complex, that can also be known as simple sugars and starches.
Simple carbohydrates, or simple sugars, are found in foods such as fruits, raise blood glucose levels quickly - good for you if you need a fast energy boost.
Complex carbohydrates, or starches, provide slow-release energy as they're broken down gradually. Starchy vegetables and whole grain foods are an excellent source of complex carbs, and their slow absorption in the body helps you maintain a much more sustained level of energy than simple sugars.
It is important to take on complex carbs after exercise too, as they help to restore the glycogen used up by your muscles during activity.
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