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The Advantages of Vitargo® in high-intensity workouts
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08 May 2019

The Advantages of Vitargo® in high-intensity workouts

The Advantages of Vitargo® in high-intensity workouts

Vitargo® is used by endurance athletes to increase energy and reduce fatigue. Vitargo® replenishes energy reserves 70% faster than any other carbohydrate.


Vitargo® is a patented complex carbohydrate. It is easily broken down into glucose, to increase blood glucose levels, to practice high intensity, resistance and strength exercises with multiple repetitions and to replenish the energy expended during these exercises.


In addition, Vitargo® prevents the decrease in glycogen stores that are important when blood glucose is low. That is, in these situations the organism converts glycogen to glucose to obtain energy. Exercise can cause a rapid decrease in glucose levels, leading to reduced glycogen stores.


Supplement with Vitargo®
Vitargo® presents characteristics distinct from common carbohydrates, such as low osmolality: high osmolality delays gastric emptying. Its low osmolality allows a rapid replacement of glycogen after exercise by facilitating the transport of glucose through the intestinal mucosa and the cell. Vitargo® is easy to digest so it can be used during training.


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Endurance Workouts - More Energy and Less Fatigue
Vitargo® is used by endurance athletes to increase energy and reduce fatigue. Vitargo® replenishes energy reserves 70% faster than any other carbohydrate.
Muscle fatigue can be caused by a number of factors, notably by the decrease of substrates, such as muscle glycogen. Thus, Vitargo® in addition to enhancing the performance of the athlete, also reduces the central fatigue.
Vitargo® provides a source of energy without a drop in blood glucose. Also, it does not cause abdominal bloating.


Hypertrophy
Vitargo® helps build muscle mass by helping to replenish glycogen stores, repair and replenish muscles after intense workout, thereby increasing the "anabolic window."


Less injuries
Adequate carbohydrate intake is also implicit in the prevention of injury. So you should avoid hypoglycemia during training / competition and promote a balance between glucose production and / or intake and its use at muscle level.



By Carla Santos, Pharmaceutical