High5 Iso Gel Plus 60ml
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- Real juice flavour for a light refreshing taste. No artificial sweeteners
- 23g of carbohydrate
- Race proven in the World’s toughest competitions
- Contains caffeine (30mg/sachet)
- Easy to carry, easy to open
- No gluten-containing ingredients
IsoGel Plus has a consistency more like a sports drink than a gel. It is smooth and has a dash of real juice for a great taste. It’s not thick or overly sweet. Easy to open and swallow, each sachet contains 23g of carbohydrate and a moderate dose of caffeine (30mg). When taking IsoGel Plus as recommended, the caffeine content can increase attention, concentration and reaction time. IsoGel Plus is award-winning and proven in many of the World’s toughest competitions.
No extra water required – IsoGel has a consistency more like a sports drink than a conventional gel and it’s palatable without the need to drink additional water. When endurance racing athletes must always ensure that they are also well hydrated. ZERO works great in combination with IsoGel.
Which High5 gel to choose: EnergyGel Plus or IsoGel Plus? Both types of gel do the same job. However, IsoGel has a lighter consistency somewhere between a drink and a gel. EnergyGel has a slightly thicker consistency, but is less bulky and lighter in weight, which makes it easier to carry in larger quantities.
Please consider the environment and keep the countryside clean by taking your empty gel wrappers with you after use. We can also recommend using a gel flask to carry your gel on a ride or run so you don’t end up with empty gel wrapper during exercise.
Gel Belt and Race Belt for carrying gel during the run are available separately.
2:1 Fructose Gel
High5 DO NOT produce a 2:1 fructose gel. We believe that there is little real world benefit to such a gel for most athletes. The advantage of 2:1 is that you can potentially consume more carbohydrate (up to 90g per hour), but you would need to take 4 gels an hour to realise that benefit. The Glasgow University research tells us that Marathon runners will generally only take 2 to 3 gels per hour (46g to 69g of carbohydrate), even when instructed to consume more. This inability to consume 4 gels per hour negates the main benefits of a 2:1 gel formulation. So there is little upside to a 2:1 gel, but there is a major downside. A high fructose 2:1 gel would be very sweet, when athletes tell us time and again that they want a non-sickly gel.