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    Senior Member wolfchild's Avatar
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    Ucan Supertarch may be a better and healthier choice for endurance events then Gatorade.

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    I find Heed to be salty. It makes me thirstier.

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    Living 'n Dying in -Time JBHoren's Avatar
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    Ultima Replenisher -- no sucrose, no fructose, no HFCS. I've been using it since 2009, and I wouldn't drink any other product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise Le Tour View Post
    He shudda just left out the "more".
    Diluted orange juice.


    but until you hit over and hour on the bike at a serious effort...
    WATER!

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    just another gosling Carbonfiberboy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBHoren View Post
    Ultima Replenisher -- no sucrose, no fructose, no HFCS. I've been using it since 2009, and I wouldn't drink any other product.
    I tried to find out more about this product. All I could find was that it contains maltodextrin, which of course is a long chain glucose sugar, i.e. the "no sugar" is BS. However, as far as I can tell, they want you to use so little of it, just a few grams/bottle, that it's pretty much zero in the nutrition department. It does have electolytes.

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