Scientifically proven, super complex carbohydrate, that is the fastest carbohydrate available, used by countless athletes all over the world for decades.

Available in the following flavors: Fruit Punch, Grape, Lemon Lime, Mango, Orange, Plain and Watermelon

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Vitargo is a unique carbohydrate because it is specially processed to yield a high molecular weight profile that is massively different from the carbohydrates that make up sugars (e.g. glucose, fructose, sucrose) and maltodextrin found in ordinary sport, energy, and recovery drinks. Most importantly, Vitargo is proven to work in athletes—in peer-reviewed published university studies. Part of the secret of Vitargo’s technology is the molecular size of Vitargo. Scientists use molecular weight (how heavy the molecule is) to determine the size of molecules. As shown in the table, Vitargo is hundreds and thousands of times larger than maltodextrin and sugars.

CARBOHYDRATE MOLECULAR WEIGHT

High Molecular Weight Vitargo:    500,000 to 700,000 g/mol
Maltodextrin:                                      1,000 to 10,000 g/mol
Starch syrup:                                       250 to 1,000 g/mol
Sucrose:                                                342 g/mol
Dextrose (glucose) :                           180 g/mol

But molecular size alone does not make Vitargo unique. Vitargo is made through a special fractionation process that makes it rapidly digestible and therefore capable of delivering glucose to the blood, liver, and muscle at least twice as fast as other ordinary carbohydrates. Other so-called “high molecular weight” carbohydrates are “weightless” when it comes to proof—they have zero university studies showing superior fuel delivery or performance in humans.

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