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Nutrabolt Xtend Hydrasport Mango 336g

£19.99
  • Xtend HydraSport Electrolyte + BCAAs, support muscle protein synthesis and electrolyte balance.
  • Xtend HydraSport combines the clinically studied dose of BCAAs at a 2:1:1 ratio with a revolutionary Electrolyte & Performance Hydration blend.
  • Xtend HydraSport proudly wears the Informed-Sport logo. The Informed-Sport logo signifies that every batch of this product has been tested for banned substances.

Built on the foundation of the legendary Xtend BCAAs, Xtend HydraSport combines 7g of BCAAs with key ingredients to support hydration. This delicious calorie, carbohydrate, and sugar-free drink mix support muscle growth and replenishment of electrolytes.

Xtend HydraSport contains 7g of BCAAs per serving, dosed at the clinically studied 2:1:1 ratio. − 3.5g L-Leucine − 1.75g L-Isoleucine − 1.75g L-Valine. Coconut water powder naturally contains potassium, sodium, magnesium and phosphorus to aid in rehydration, primarily through fluid retention. Electrolyte blend Xtend HydraSport that contains a blend of Salt, Potassium, and Magnesium, which are three key ingredients that are often excreted through sweat

Per Serving (11.4g) / %RI / Per Day (22.8g) / %RI:
Energy 39kJ/9kcal / 78kJ/18kcal
Carbohydrate 0g / 0% / 0g / 0%
Of which Sugars 0g / 0% / 0g / 0%
Vitamin B6 0.64mg / 46% / 1.28mg / 91%
Magnesium 60.0mg / 16% / 120mg / 32%
Salt 0.55g / 9% / 1.1g / 18%
Potassium 180mg / 9% / 360mg / 18%
L-Leucine 3.5g / 7g
L-Isoleucine 1.75g / 3.5g
L-Valine 1.75g / 3.5g
Coconut (Cocos nucifera) water powder 500mg / 1000mg


Directions:

Take two level scoops daily and mix each level scoop with 250-300mL of water (adjust for taste preference). Consume 1 level scoop during exercise and 1 level scoop after exercise, or consume 2 level scoops throughout the day. Do not exceed the recommended daily serving. Food Supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.

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