JYM Supplement Science - Post JYM Carb
Post JYM Carb
Post JYM Active Ingredients Matrix Features
After workouts, a fast-digesting (high-glycemic) carb is one of the most critical nutrients to ingest. Fast carbs are necessary to replenish the muscle glycogen that you burned during the workout as quickly as possible.
- Research confirms that working out for as little as 30 minutes can deplete muscle glycogen levels by more than 40%. Intense workouts lasting 60-90 minutes would deplete muscle glycogen levels considerably more.
- When carbs are consumed immediately postworkout, a supercompensation of muscle glycogen stores is possible. In fact, delaying carb consumption by just 2 hours has been shown to reduce the rate of glycogen replenishment by 50%.
- Another benefit of high-glcyemic carbs is the insulin spike that they deliver. A post-workout increase in insulin helps maximize the uptake of creatine and carnitine (included in Post JYM Active Ingredients Matrix) by the muscle cells.
- Dextrose is one of the fastest-digesting carbohydrates you can consume. It’s essentially glucose (what blood sugar is) and therefore needs no digesting and is absorbed by the body almost immediately.
Directions For Post JYM Carb: As a Dietary Supplement, mix 1 scoop of Post JYM Fast-Digesting Carb™ into 16-32 oz. water, preferably within 30 minutes after workouts along with Post JYM Active Ingredients Matrix™. For endurance athletes, mixing one to two scoops of Post JYM Fast-Digesting Carb in water can be used to sip on during prolonged exercise for energy and hydration.
Warnings: Check with a qualified healthcare professional before taking this or any dietary supplement. Do not use if you are pregnant or nursing, under 18 years of age, have any known or suspected medical conditions, and/or if you are taking any prescription or OTC medications. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Warning: Concerning California Residents: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or reproductive harm.