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Rich Knapp 10-12-2011 07:33 AM

*NEW* Karbolyn
 
Karbolyn -
Coming out soon,
A Bio-Engineered Carbohydrate, all the benefits and speed of a simple carbo with the end results of a complex carb. (No insolent spikes to trigger fat storage)

Great for pre and post workout energy or extra carbs when you leaning out.

A non-impact carb with all the good benefits of a impact carb.
Don't get any better than that.

rippednmichigan 10-13-2011 04:21 AM

This going to be excellent, definitely a must for those cutting down and cutting back on carbs.

Rich Knapp 10-13-2011 05:30 AM

More details about it.
 
The Ultimate Carbohydrate! What is Karbolyn? Karbolyn is a homopolysaccharide (relatively complex carbohydrate). Karbolyn is made up of many monosaccharides joined together by glycosidic bonds. These are very large bonds that are branched macromolecules. The 'Molecular Mass' has been precisely manipulated to create absorption through the stomach at a rate much greater than maltodextrin, dextrose, breads, pasta, rice or any other carb product on the market. Karbolyn is a patent pending carbohydrate that contains very unique properties. Because Karbolyn passes through the stomach very quickly, it acts like a pump, pulling water and nutrients along with it. This high tech carbohydrate actually moves through the stomach 80% faster than dextrose or sugar. Karbolyn also has a Higher Solution Osmolality than dextrose, sucrose or other carb powder mixes on the market. This is due to the unique properties found in the patent pending process. Karbolyn is completely sugar free. Karbolyn is produced using a newly developed Enzymatic Milling Process. The food source to produce the Karbolyn is potato, rice & corn. The finished product is a modified molecular mass polysaccharide that is absorbed very quickly without any side effects, stomach bloating or discomfort plus it mixes instantly. What is Karbolyn used for? Pure Karbolyn was invented for the sole purpose of carbohydrate loading. It was designed for Elite Athletes looking for a fast, safe and high performance way to easily load the muscle with accessible muscle energy (glycogen). Karbolyn has been instantized, so it mixes instantly! The Secret is all the processing! Be careful. If your product looks like 'powdery', cheap, unprocessed corn starch (that you can buy at the grocery store) it probably is! Native, unprocessed starch is not going to give you the rapid absorbing, glycogen loading results you are looking for. Here is why: Initially, whey protein is only 12% protein in content and full of fat and lactose before it is processed. The highest quality whey protein isolate available has gone through a ton of processing to remove fat, lactose and other whey components to yield a very nice amino acid profile. As you may already know, the extensive (and expensive) processing of whey protein is the reason why whey protein isolate is the fastest absorbing protein and perfect for building muscle. The very unique, compounded, patent pending processing of Pure Karbolyn is the reason why it is rapidly absorbed, non-bloating and ideal for muscle glycogen loading.

Rich Knapp 10-21-2011 07:00 AM

I will give a review as soon as I get some.

http://www.aaefx.com/images/showcase/karbolyn.jpg

Rich Knapp 10-26-2011 07:30 PM

NEW Karbolyn Flavors
 
NEW Karbolyn Flavors in both 2.2 lbs and 4.4 lbs.
Neutral, Orange, Fruit Punch and Strawberry

Rich Knapp 11-03-2011 05:55 PM

NEW Karbolyn
 
Got my first jug of Karbolyn today in Strawberry. In general I hate strawberry.

First impressions? This is GREAT. I wish all strawberry stuff tasted like this.

:rockon:

More to come as I cover this over the next month.

Rich Knapp 12-09-2011 02:37 PM

This is how much I like the way Karbolyn works. Them are 4.4 lb tubs.

http://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphot...43158452_n.jpg


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