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How to Take Palatinose?

Anyone take this? Assuming I’m going to take Surge post workout can some one suggest how much to take?

When to take? 15mins before? 30 mins before? etc…

What to mix with? Whey? Bcaa? Creatine? Dex? Malto?

This is the stuff in Surge workout fuel and finibar right?

from myprotein.co.uk

Palatinose® is the only low glycemic carbohydrate providing longer lasting energy in the form of glucose. As low glycemic and wellness products are expected to be major profitable hot spots in the near future, Palatinose® comes just right as an ideal alternative to dextrose\glucose, maltodextrin and other highly digestible and highly fermentable carbohydrates.
What makes Palatinose® the perfect carbohydrate?

  1. Does NOT create blood glucose or insulin level spikes (low glycemic index).

  2. Is half as sweet as sugar, but causes no tooth decay.

  3. Is heat stable so can be used in baking and cooking.

  4. When consumed in large amounts it doesn’t cause any stomach discomfort.

  5. Promotes a healthier and stronger body.

Natural energy that lasts longer

With its slow but complete absorption and hydrolysis, Palatinose® provides a constant and extended stream of energy out of its caloric value of 4kcal/g for muscles and brain. This new source of energy lasts over a longer period of time compared to quickly absorbed carbohydrates. An ideal product property for today.s life demanding full mental and physical performance.

Support in weight management

With a very low glycemic index (only 32 G.I.) and low insulinemic response, Palatinose® can help to avoid peaks and lows in blood sugar and blood insulin. A product feature that supports consumers efforts to reduce snacking and overeating. As high insulinemic diets forther favour fat storage and may even lead to insulin resistance and obesity, low insulinemic diets could promote fat oxidation whereas low glycemic diets may delay meal initiation.