You've signed up for the big race, have your diet on lockdown, and have been putting in the saddle time. When it comes to selecting proper nutrition on the day, don't leave anything to chance and throw some Science in Sport's GO Electrolyte Drink Mix in your bottles. Designed to provide both calories and hydration needed for longer rides when energy stores drop and sweat rate rises, this mix will give you a jump on the competition and allow you to perform at your best.Go Drink Mix provides 36g of carbohydrates per serving to fuel every attack, and 20 mmol/L of sodium to help ward off cramping. By providing both in an easy to drink formula that tastes great, you reduce carb depletion and dehydration which are two of the major causes of fatigue in endurance exercise.For those of us racing at a high level that may involve testing, you can enjoy GO Drink Mix knowing it doesn't contain tainted supplements and suspicious substances. It's certified through the Informed Sport Evolved Certification program, undergoing vigorous testing through a third party, world-class anti-doping lab that analyzes pre-production raw ingredients and post-production product. The organization also completes site audits to ensure that Go Drink Mix contains quality ingredients and is free from prohibited substances. Science in Sport's GO Electrolyte Drink Mix is vegetarian, gluten-free, lactose-free, wheat-free, and nut-free. It comes in 500g containers and in the flavors Raspberry, Orange, and Lemon and Lime.
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