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    26 February 2011
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In line with the formulation used in their energy drinks, Torq Gels have a blend of Maltodextrin, a long chain complex carbohydrate and Fructose (fruit sugar) in a 2:1 ratio for maximum carbohydrate absorption.
 
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Great. They Work.
Posted22 November 2012
spembo
fromLondon
Country : United Kingdom
"They do the job perfectly. Guarana gifts me a fantastic lift in 12hr races without the come down and they never leave you felling sick. Love em. not sure about thecouple of the flavours though..stick to orange and forest fruits!"
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TORQ energy has been painstakingly formulated so that it delivers a unique blend of carbohydrate and electrolytes to the working muscles through a drink that is lightly flavoured, refreshing and most importantly natural.
 
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it works
Posted26 February 2011
spembo
fromLondon
"just works. tried lots of other energy drinks which make you feel sick or give you rotten guts but Torq Energy does the job without staining your insides or your bottle orange!"
Pros: High Quality
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ZERO is the new electrolyte drink from High5; it's virtually calorie free (1.4 cal per 100ml) and has a light refreshing taste.
 

Can I add Zero to my sports drink (usually Torq)? Will doing this help to reduce cramp?

no and yes. Zero is an isotonic mix no carbs but full electrolytes. If you add it to Torq Energy it would have to be the carbohydrate only Torq or you will have too high a concentration of electrolytes
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spembo
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