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  • Homemade sports gels - Canadian Running Magazine

    Jun 17, 2015· Irondad’s homemade energy gel. This recipe includes honey, molasses, chia seeds, coffee and sea salt. If you make your own sports gel, Canadian Running would love to hear your recipe: email ...

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  • 4 Natural Energy-Gel Alternatives | Trail Runner Magazine

    Mar 18, 2015· 1. Honey. Used as fuel for athletes in the ancient Greek Olympics, honey is the original energy gel. In addition to glucose and fructose, honey contains water and small amounts of vitamin B6, iron and manganese, along with pollen and protein. Compared to gels, honey has a low glycemic index, so sugar is released more slowly into the blood ...

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  • Make Your Own Energy Gels Cheaply & Easily - SLO Cyclist ...

    Jun 23, 2016· A Simple, Cheap, Easy, Homemade Energy Gel Recipe. 2 tablespoons Honey: Depending on how picky you are about your honey, you can grab a fairly good sized bottle for $5 or so. The 16 ounce variety at left cost …

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  • How To Make Your Own Healthy Energy Gel | Elizabeth Rider

    Mar 30, 2012· Use this healthy energy gel anytime you exercise for more than 60-70 minutes. Take 1-3 tablespoons about 40-45 minutes into a long training session for extra sustained energy. Method: Soak a 2:1 ratio of coconut water to chia seeds for 10-12 hours in …

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  • How to Make Energy Gel | Competitive Cyclist

    Aug 14, 2013· Rather than face-planting on the trail because your blood sugar is dangerously low, try the following recipe for homemade energy gel. Its makeup of complex carbohydrates, protein, and fat surpasses that of your standard mass-market, simple-sugar gel, and it eliminates the need to throw out packaging after every run, bike, ride, or hike.

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  • Homemade Energy Gels - Race Ready Coaching

    May 26, 2015· 1/2 cup maltodextrin. 1/4 cup hot water. 1 tbsp almond butter. 1/4 tsp sea salt. Dump all of the ingredients into a food processor or blender and mix until it is the consistency you like. 5 servings, 39g=1.38 ounces. cost=16 cents/serving. energy gels …

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  • How To Make Your Own Energy Gel – EvoFit

    When you’re going the distance, you’re going to hit a wall at some point. Rather than face planting on the trail because your blood sugar is dangerously low, try the following recipe for homemade energy gel. Its makeup of complex carbohydrates, protein, and fat surpasses that of your standard mass-market, simple-sugar

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  • Make Your Own Energy Gels Cheaply & Easily - SLO Cyclist ...

    Jun 23, 2016· A Simple, Cheap, Easy, Homemade Energy Gel Recipe. 2 tablespoons Honey: Depending on how picky you are about your honey, you can grab a fairly good sized bottle for $5 or so. The 16 ounce variety at left cost $5.49. 1 tablespoon Brown Rice Syrup: A fairly large bottle (21oz) should run about $10. This is an optional ingredient–keep on reading.

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  • Homemade Energy Gel for Runners, Make your own Energy Gel ...

    Aug 1, 2013 - Homemade Energy Gel for Runners, Make your own Energy Gel

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  • DIY Energy Gel! — Running Hump

    Jun 16, 2017· DIY Energy Gel! Without getting too complicated, sodium, potassium, magnesium, and calcium are the electrolytes necessary to keep your body functioning properly. Potassium and sodium are crucial for proper heart and muscle function. They are also needed to send nerve signals throughout the body. Calcium is very important for initiating muscle ...

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  • Homemade Energy Gels [Vegan, Gluten-Free] - One Green Planet

    These homemade energy gels are made from frozen fruit, dates, and sweet rice flour, also known as mochiko. Not only will they give you the energy …

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  • Homemade Energy Gel | Adventure Dining Guide

    A typical gel retails for around $1.50 per unit, and a box can cost around $37. Fortunately we have a money saving solution thanks to Spread Stoke’s founder Tori Soul: Tori’s Homemade Energy Goo. Using common ingredients, Tori’s recipe comes out to a mere 19 cents per unit!!! How to make homemade energy gel

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  • Running Gear: Cheap, Homemade Energy Gel Flask

    Apr 14, 2009· Running Gear: Cheap, Homemade Energy Gel Flask. One of my downfalls during my first marathon experience in Vermont last year was an inability to effectively fuel after about halfway through the race (contributing to my “hitting the wall” around mile 15). One problem I have is that energy gels don’t work well for me.

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  • Homemade Energy Gel Recipe That’s Cheap and Easy ...

    Oct 10, 2016· If you find that this particular homemade energy gel recipe works excellently for you, go ahead and order the ingredients in bulk so that you may save even more money. Especially if you like running several times per week, it is a great idea to come up with a batch of homemade energy gel before the start of your week so that you may save time.

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  • Homemade Energy Gels - Race Ready Coaching

    May 26, 2015· 1/2 cup maltodextrin. 1/4 cup hot water. 1 tbsp almond butter. 1/4 tsp sea salt. Dump all of the ingredients into a food processor or blender and mix until it is the consistency you like. 5 servings, 39g=1.38 ounces. cost=16 cents/serving. energy gels nutrition.

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  • Home made energy gel - Nicolas AUBINEAU | Sports Dietician

    Nov 07, 2017· Note: The homemade energy gel recipe is very easy to make and also very cheap, it’s done with honey and agave syrup. Compared to gels sold in shops claiming their natural composition (especially honey) of 20 to 25g averagely and sold around 2,5€ (meaning the price per kilogramme is above 100€!), the homemade gel …

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  • How To Make Your Own Homemade Energy Gel - I Love Bicycling

    Aug 14, 2013· Brown rice syrup, the main ingredient in the gel, is 46% complex carbohydrates (polysaccharides), 29% maltose (a disaccharide), and 25% glucose (a simple sugar). Brown rice syrup also provides.46g of protein in 2tbsp. The barley malt syrup is 76% maltose, 16% glucose, 6% sucrose (a disaccharide), and 2% fructose (a simple sugar).

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  • Home Made Power Gels - Energy for Less : Articles : SummitPost

    110 Calories, 0 from fat. Total Carbs = 27 g (9% of DV), sugars = 3 g, 50 mg Sodium (2% of daily value) and 50mg Potassium (1% of DV) Price $1.50 per packet = $5.00 per 100 grams (OUCH) The ABC's of Energy Gels: A Full-Flavored Way to Sustain Energy. 7.

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  • Homemade Energy Gel | Use Complex Carbohydrates and Avoid ...

    If you look at all of the leading energy gels (e-Gel, GU, PowerBar Gel, Hammer Gel, etc.) you will notice that the primary ingredient is maltodextrin which is a COMPLEX carbohydrate derived from corn. The problem with simple sugars is that they elevate your blood sugar far to high and to rapidly.

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  • Homemade Energy Gel How-To, Why and Price ~ TRISTUPE.COM

    Jul 27, 2012· Energy value (kcal) and price (per 100grams) of Homemade Energy Gel On the average, 100grams will be equivalent to about 2.5packs of commercially available gel, which meant that per serving, you are looking between 110kcal (Combo3) and 142.5kcal (Combo4) of which a good mix of simple (glucose) to complex carbs (maltose) to power you through ...

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  • How to Make Your Own Energy Gel | ACTIVE

    Feb 07, 2018· Listed are the ingredients on the pack and the "Nutrition Facts" charts. In general, the important stuff in PowerBar Gel are the 25 grams of carbs, 45 milligrams of sodium, 35 milligrams of potassium, and the vitamins C and E. More: 8 Tips to Lose Weight from Cycling. The United States Department of Agriculture does a good job of getting those ...

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  • Homemade Energy Gel | The Suppers Programs

    Homemade Energy Gel. Source: Karen Flicker, L.Ac. Ingredients. 2 tablespoons. chia seeds. 1 cup. coconut water. Instructions. Shake or stir well, and let sit for about 15 minutes. (Recipe #481) Sign up to receive our e-newsletter! Newest Recipes. Warm Chicken & Asparagus Salad.

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  • Homemade Energy Gel for Runners, Make your own Energy Gel ...

    Mar 12, 2015 - Easy to make homemade energy gels using organic ingredients. Energy gel for runners and endurance athletes that you can make yourself.

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  • Irondad: Homemade Energy Gel Recipe

    Jun 04, 2014· Homemade Energy Gel Recipe Hello everyone! We decided it might be a fun idea to share some of the weird recipes I use. If you have a better idea (impossible) let me know! I must say, I've been using this gel for a couple …

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