Each packet of VFuel contains 1275 mg of Vi Endurance Formula, giving you the nutrition you need to train mile after mile. Taste, quality, performance - you no longer have to choose.
- Only 6 grams of sugar
- No fructose
- Gluten free
- 1 g of healthy fat
How to use: Take one serving 15 minutes before your workout/race. Then take one serving every 30/45 minutes as you see fit. Always follow with water.
Vfuel is flavored using natural sources. There are no frills, no synthetic blending of flavors, and no additives.
Chocolate: Vfuel uses use only organic, non-alkalized, real cocoa powder and a hint of pure, real vanilla.
Vanilla: only real and pure vanilla is used.
Peach Cobbler: VFuel uses organic natural peach flavor, then adds a dash of ground cinnamon.
Vfuel tested hundreds of different ingredient sources to create VFuel Endurance Gel. They tested 10 different kinds of maltodextrin, 8 different sources of vanilla (Mexican, Madagascar, Indonesian, vanilla blends, etc.), and many different cocoa sources. Quality is not sacrificed for cost on any ingredient.
VFuel performs. Period. But claims don't compare to actually experiencing the difference. Try it for yourself.
VFuel Endurance Gel provides consistent energy levels and help your body to actively recover by providing supplements that will delay onset muscle fatigue.
VFuel, like other energy gels, starts with maltodextrin as the primary carbohydrate. But from there, it takes a very different path. Most other gels use fructose, or some sort of rice syrup or evaporated cane juice, all containing fructose. VFuel uses dextrose as its secondary carb, a more expensive (for Vfuel) option, but one that is much easier to digest.
All sugars, except for dextrose, require specialized enzymes to break down. The only sugar your body can use for energy without having to process is glucose (dextrose). Fructose, as used in most other gels, requires processing by the liver, resulting in a restoration of liver glycogen rather than a direct restoration of muscle glycogen, as dextrose provides. This added work takes time and limited resources (enzymes) from your system. For many people, especially during endurance activities, the amount of enzymes their liver can produce can't keep up with the amount of fructose they are pumping into their body in the form of fructose-based energy gels. This is when things start to go wrong. How your body handles this differs depending on many factors, but it's what can lead to nausea, bloating, etc. Your body is simply not equipped to handle that much fructose, especially while exercising. It's a bad mix that leads to unwanted, and unnecessary, GI distress.
Take out the fructose, use dextrose instead, and there you have it. A gel that causes no digestion issues. VFuel has even allowed people with Crohn's Disease to be able to train for ultra distances again, as their systems can handle the digestion process with no issues.
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