Carbohydrates provide the main source of energy during exercise and are stored in the muscles and liver as glycogen. During exercise, the body obtains most of its required energy from these glycogen stores. Furthermore, it is also a preferred energy source for individuals interested in increasing their body weight.
The consumption of carbohydrates stimulates a greater production of insulin, which promotes the entry of nutrients into the cells and contributes to the construction and repair of muscle tissue.
PURE CARBS (Maltodextrin) is a polysaccharide (a form of carbohydrate) that is quickly converted to glucose in the bloodstream, providing a quick source of energy.
Maltodextrin is derived from a variety of starch products of which corn is the most common.