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Old 04-20-2010, 07:58 PM   #1
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Default Bulking? Try Perfect Carb!!

Carbohydrates are an important source of anabolism. Building muscle requires proper muscle glycogen which must be replenished at the right time and in the proper ratios, without causing fat storage! Without the proper carbohydrates, in the right amounts, the calories from those carbs could end up on your waist, not in your muscles. Perfect Carb(TM) is the ultimate source for anyone wishing to add key muscle building glycogen while controlling insulin and fat storage. It is made up of three of the best known carbohydrate sources in the proper ratio to replenish muscle stores. First is pure pharmaceutical grade DEXTROSE, which immediately slams glycogen into your muscles when you need it most. Only enough dextrose is in the product to recharge muscle stores without overloading the endocrine system and causing fat gain. Second, MALTODEXTRIN is an intermediate glucose converting sugar that provides the second bump in available energy without spiking insulin, giving the second wave of glycogen raw materials. Finally, Perfect Carb contains WAXY MAIZE starch, which is a slower digesting carbohydrate that helps pull water and nutrients into the cell, making cell volume increase. It also partially converts to glucose at a slower rate, giving sustained energy. Perfect Carb is unflavored, making it perfect to add to your post workout shake, or as an additional carb source for any application where additional glycogen is required.


PERFECT CARB - 900 Grams

Serving Size: 30 Grams
Servings Per Container: 30

Proprietary Blend / Amount Per Serving %DV

Total Calories - 120**
Calories From Fat - 0**
Saturated Fat - 00**
Cholesterol - 0**

Total Carbohydrates - 30grams 10%
Fiber - 0**
Sugars - 8grams**
Protein - 0grams**

** Daily Value Not Established
Personal Daily Value based on 2,000 Calorie Diet

Ingredients: Waxy Maize Starch, Maltodextrin, Laboratory Grade Dextrose

Other Ingredients: Bicarbonite Of Soda

Directions: Take 1-2 servings post training or whenever carbohydrate loading
is needed. Mix with 12oz of water, juice or protein shake.
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