ANS Performance Carb-HP: ANS Performance has a line of protein and carbohydrate products that seems to know no ends in their depth. This product here Carb-HP is a high-performance carbohydrate fuel product designed for maximizing endurance. This product was designed mainly for endurance athletes who part take in grueling long workouts or events where large amounts of carbohydrates are expended and thus needing to be replenished.
ANS Performance Carb-HP has clinically proven enhanced endurance carbohydrate ingredients in the blend. This is a four-stage complex for an unrivaled energy and endurance experience. This product also hosts the now popular pink Himalayan sea salt for an all-natural electrolyte. The brand says this product without a doubt will replenish your energy, improve endurance and support rapid recovery.
ANS Performance Carb-HP looks like an awesome carbohydrate related product with many great forms of carbohydrates inside of it. We can’t wait to see how this product works with the team. If you have given this product a go, we would love to hear from you regarding your experience.
- 1 Scoops (27g)
Servings per Container
- Fruit Fusion
Directions:Each scoop (27g) of CARB HP should be mixed in 8-10 fluid oz of water. Add 1-2 scoops of CARB HP to your shaker cup or water bottle with the appropriate amount of water. Cover and shake vigorously for 30 seconds or until the powder is full dissolved. Due to the highly branched and high molecular weight nature of the Cluster Dextrin, extra shaking may be required to fully dissolve the powder.
- Calories 100
- Chromium (as chromium polynicotinate)200mcg
- Sodium 50mg
- Total Carbohydrate 25g
Endurance Carb Complex 25g
- Cluster Dextrin Highly Branched Cyclic Dextrin 15g
- High Molecular Weight Dextrin Polysaccharide, Waxy Maize, Highly Branched Amylopectin 10g
AMP-K Activate 250mg
- Rosa canina stem and leaf extract (std. to 5% tilirosides), Gynostemmapentaphyllum leaf extract, Chromium polynicotinate
- Pink Himalayan Sea Salt 100mg
Percent of daily values (DV) are based on a 2,000-calorie diet.