Athletes know the importance of high quality carbohydrates and the impact they can have on their performance during training and in competitions. But finding an effective carbohydrate has been a challenge for many athletes.
Simple carbohydrates enter the bloodstream quickly. However, they can also stimulate a strong "spike" and subsequent "crash" in energy due to rapid rise and fall of insulin levels. This may be good for a quick burst of energy but not for sustained peak performance.
Complex carbohydrates do provide sustained energy. But, they are slow to digest, leaving you feeling bloated and lethargic.
That's why serious athletes need superior "fuel" to help them achieve sustained optimal performance during training and at competition time. Karbolyn is absorbed into the bloodstream like a simple sugar but without the typical crash in energy. It has been shown to absorb as quickly as pure Dextrose (a simple carbohydrate). Yet, it still provides sustained energy up to two hours without a "crash" in energy.