A Simple, Effective Solution To The Carbohydrate Problem
Professional 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" due to rapid rise and fall of insulin levels. This may be good for a quick burst of energy but not for sustained endurance.
Complex carbohydrates do provide sustained endurance. 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.
Fast Absorption & Sustained Energy
Karbolyn is a homopolysaccharide (relatively complex carboydrate). made up of many monosaccharides (simple carbohydrate) joined together by glycosidic bonds. These bonds allow Karbolyn to be assorted very quickly while providing sustained energy.
Up to two hours of sustained energy
Karbolyn moves through the stomach 18.21% faster than dextrose or sugar and has a higher Solution Osmolarity than Dextrose. Sucrose and other carbohydrate powders on the market today. Additionally, Karbolyn provides up to two hours of sustained energy without any "crash".
Superior Milling Process
Karbolyn uses a proprietary multi-stage "Enzymatic Milling Process" to reach optimal molecular size. This yields a superior carbohydrate for quick gastric emptying without any side-effects (such as stomach bloating or cramping) that is rapidly absorbed into the bloodstream.
Here’s What The Data Say
KarboLyn Study Data
Re: IRB No : 29443/1; KL-001
Study: July 2014-March 2015
The Clinical Study sought to document whether or not KarboLyn has a positive and sustainable impact on blood sugar levels in normal adults during aerobic activity. A total of 24 male and female adults were randomized to recieve 50 grams of either KarboLyn or a sugar drink (dextrose). Blood was drawn before and during the two-hour study. according to the protocol, and physiological responses were recorded.
Data obtained from participants indicated that a simple sugar promoted a steep drop and subsequent "crash" (defined as a drop of more that 10 points or greater than 1 mg/dl of glucose per minute, or more) at a predictable point in time.
KarboLyn gave an overall smoother decline in blood glucose level. This decline was not perceived by the volunteers as a "crash".