High-performance sports drink
Highly complex carbohydrate-electrolyte drink powder for endurance sports.
EASTER SPORT MOVE® – PINEAPPLE/MINT
Carbohydrate-electrolyte drink powder with colostrum (840 g)
With natural pineapple extract and Swiss mint for a cooling effect.
SWISS BEASTER MOVE® is a high-tech sports and competition drink, with applications (depending on dose) ranging from recreational sports activities up to intense, competitive endurance performances.
SWISS BEASTER MOVE®
Pineapple-mint and elderberry
+ has a multi-carbohydrate formula to provide the body with long-lasting energy
+ is made from 100% natural and high-quality ingredients
+ is free of artificial preservatives and additives
+ covers all energy demands: no additional energy supplements such as gels or bars necessary with the appropriate dosage
+ offers an unbeatable amino acid complex combining SWISS BEASTER® organic colostrum and a high BCAA and glutamine content
+ powder contains 85% carbohydrates and 4% protein
+ has a complete electrolyte profile
+ with high energy density (depending on dosage)
+ has low osmolarity. The mild and refined taste improves absorption and tolerance compared to conventional sports drinks
+ is developed and made in Switzerland
Basic recipe: dissolve approx. 3 tablespoons (60 g) in 1,000 ml water. Variation: 1 water bottle 750 ml = 20–100 g (1–5 tablespoons) powder. Up to a dosage of 80 g SWISS BEASTER MOVE® powder to 1,000 ml water, the drink is hypotonic (laboratory tested value 250 mOsm/l); the drink is still isotonic up to a maximum dosage of 105 g (laboratory tested value 330 mOsm/l).
What do hypotonic, isotonic, and hypertonic mean?
Hypotonic drinks have fewer dissolved particles than blood, flowing into the bloodstream to compensate for this difference, which means that the drink is absorbed quickly.
Isotonic drinks are in balance, and the liquid can still be absorbed very quickly.
Hypertonic drinks contain more particles than blood, which means that water initially flows from the blood towards the intestines to dilute the drink. As a result, the drink is not absorbed quickly and therefore not suitable to rapidly replace fluids.
How great is our carbohydrate demand?
Calculation examples – supply with unconditioned metabolism:
- Woman, 55 kg body weight: 1.2 g per hour x 55 kg = 66 g CH per hour
- Man, 80 kg body weight: 1.2 g per hour x 80 kg = 96 g CH per hour
To condition the metabolism, I recommend using one tablespoon per hour for 750-1,000 ml of water.
For longer and more intensive training:
1 hour training = 1 bottle of 750 ml water with one level tablespoon of BEASTER MOVE = 17.3 gr of carbohydrates (hypotonic)
2 hours training = 2 bottles of 750 ml water with 2 level tablespoons each of BEASTER MOVE = 34.6 gr carbohydrates (hypotonic)
3 hours training = 3 bottles of 750 ml water with 3 level tablespoons each of BEASTER MOVE = 52 gr carbohydrates (hypotonic)
4 hours training = 4 bottles of 750 ml water with 4 level tablespoons each of BEASTER MOVE = 69.3 gr carbohydrates (isotonic)
Information for doctors, pharmacies, and drugstores
This product is high in sugar, or carbohydrates, which are broken down into simple sugars (monosaccharides). The product is only suitable for use with exercise. If used in a context other than exercise, sugar endangers your health. This might lead to, among other things, diabetes mellitus type 2.