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Primary source for the production of energy
A primary source for the production of energy
Glucose is the sugar most important common in nature. It constitutes the primary source for the production of energy, in the form of ATP, which occurs through the processes of aerobic glycolysis (with the use of oxygen) and anaerobic (without oxygen). The glucose intake post-exercise can trigger a plasma insulin response may alter the processes of cell membrane permeability stimulating assorbimentodello same glucose and other nutrients such as amino acids by the muscle cells, thus promoting protein synthesis .
Dosage: 60 g after the effort of power.
Packaging: pot with 1.5 kg measuring cup whole 10 g approx.
Ingredients: D-glucose monohydrate.
Analysis Average per 100 g
Calories: 367 kcal (1535 kJ)
Protein: 0 g / 0 g
Carbohydrates: 91.8 g
Fat: 0 g
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