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SIS REGO Rapid Recovery 500g

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SiS REGO Rapid Recovery 500g provides endurance athletes with an all in one recovery formula. It has been formulated with a blend of complex carbohydrates and a small amount of fructose for maximum glycogen replenishment, with soy protein for muscle repair. To help ensure adequate rehydration you also get a full complement of electrolytes with added sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium. Each serve provides you with 20grams protein and around 22g carbs.

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SiS REGO Rapid Recovery 500g provides endurance athletes with an all in one recovery formula. With 10serves per 500g tub, this makes it a great size for keeping in your training gear bag, for use after training, as well as being easily transported when competing in multi day events or at training camps. It has been formulated with a blend of complex carbohydrates and a small amount of fructose for maximum glycogen replenishment, with soy protein for muscle repair. To help ensure adequate rehydration you also get a full complement of electrolytes with added sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium. Each serve provides you with 20grams protein and around 22g carbs. SIS REGO Rapid Recovery helps you to get the most from your training and prepare you for your next session.

Informed Sport Registered: Produced in an Informed Sport accredited facility and Triple Tested to provide complete confidence for athletes.

Benefits of SiS REGO Rapid Recovery 500gram tubs

• Optimal protein serving size of 20g with 2g of leucine to promote the rebuilding of muscle tissue
• Use after exercise to replenish your energy stores fast
• Ideal for lactose intolerant individuals
• Suitable for: Vegetarians; Coeliacs; Gluten Free; Wheat Free; Nut Free. Contains Soy.

Carbohydrate is your body’s main fuel for moderate to high intensity exercise. During training and competition, our bodies can absorb around 60g of carbohydrate per hour, meaning that demand will outstrip the supply of energy. This shortfall is met by using your glycogen stores, which must be replenished post exercise so you are able to perform well in your next session.

SiS REGO Rapid Recovery contains soy protein, which has a complete amino acid profile to which we have added 2g of leucine to support muscle protein synthesis and rebuild. Leucine is an amino acid which is known to switch on the signalling for muscle protein synthesis, amplifying the affect.

ARE SIS PRODUCTS SUITABLE FOR VEGETARIANS AND VEGANS? WHICH PRODUCTS ARE GLUTEN FREE?
Most of our products are suitable for vegetarians. The only products that may not be suitable for vegetarians are the SiS Protein Bars in both Chocolate & Peanut and Mint Chocolate flavours. Only SiS GO Electrolyte powder, SiS GO Energy powder, SiS GO Hydro and SiS GO gels (including isotonic energy and all specialty gels) are suitable for vegans.

DO YOU USE ANY SWEETENERS IN YOUR PRODUCTS?
We use some sweeteners in various products across our range. Those used are Aspartame, Acesulfame K and Sucralose either singularly or in combination with each other. All of these sweeteners have been heavily tested, as with all aspects of our products, and are completely safe for consumption. For further information, full nutritional breakdowns and ingredients can be found on each product page.

WHEN SHOULD I USE SIS REGO RAPID RECOVERY VERSUS SIS WHEY PROTEIN?
The main difference between the two products is the carbohydrate content. SiS REGO Rapid Recovery has 25g of carbohydrate and 20g of protein per serving. It is best to use it for after training sessions which have significantly depleted your glycogen stores, such as long endurance or high intensity sessions.
SiS Whey Protein contains 23g protein per serving, with less than 2g each of carbohydrate or fat per serving. This makes it a convenient source of high quality protein with very little else, ideal for supporting your lean muscle mass.

ARE SIS PRODUCTS SUITABLE FOR DIABETICS?
All SiS products can be used by diabetics if they take account of the carbohydrate content and build it into a nutritional strategy. Please speak to your GP if you are unsure.