Food supplement with maltodextrin, fructose, Vitargo®, hydrolysed protein, BCAA, vitamin C, vitamin B6 and mineral salts.
Intra Ride is a supplement containing carbohydrates (maltodextrin, fructose and Vitargo®), vitamins, mineral salts, branch-chain amino acids, and hydrolysed whey protein. Once dissolved in water, its ingredients provide a drink for quick and medium/long term release of energy during prolonged exercise. Vitamins and mineral salts support physical effort and electrolytes facilitate the partial replenishment of salts lost in sweating. Intra Ride, thanks to its hydrolysed whey proteins (rapid absorption ones) and the adding of branch-chain amino acids (BCAAs), supports and maintains muscle mass during high-intensity training or racing.
Daily serving: 2 servings of 40 g. Dissolve 40 g in 500 ml of water.
Warnings: food supplements should not be used as substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended daily consumption. Keep the product out of the reach of young children. Do not use in cases of pregnancy and in children; do not use over a long period of time without medical advice.
Average values 80 g (2 pockets)
Energy 1146 kJ / 270 kcal
Fat 0 g
of which Saturates 0 g
Carbohydrate 62 g
of which Sugars 16 g
Protein 5,4 g
Salt 1 g
Vitamin B6 2 mg (143% VNR)
Vitamin C 120 mg (150% VNR)
L-leucine 2,4 g
L-isoleucine 1,2 g
L-valine 1,2 g
Magnesium 117 mg (31% VNR)
Potassium 300 mg (15% VNR)
VNR: daily nutrient reference value for adults.
Ingredients: maltodextrin 47%, fructose 20%, Vitargo® 10% (amylopectin from barley), hydrolysed whey protein (from milk) 7,5%, acid: citric acid; L-leucine (Kyowa Quality®), acidity regulator: trisodium citrate; L-isoleucine (Kyowa Quality®), L-valine (Kyowa Quality®), potassium chloride, flavouring, magnesium citrate, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), sweeteners: sucralose, steviol glycosides (from leaves of Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni); pyridoxine HCl (vitamin B6). It may contain soy and eggs.
Vitargo® is a complex carbohydrate patented by the Karolinska Institutet Medical University in Stockholm...
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