Mark Spratt of Bikesoup Magazine reviewed ELIVAR's Weekend Endurance Pack and gave us a fantastic 4.5 out of 5.
His local bike store stocks Elivar so he's now off to see how Elivar works for him over the long haul.
"Endure is Elivar’s take on an energy drink for training or racing with a focus on using slow release sugars. The label also reveals them to be gluten free, something I appreciated. Hydrate Plus is again an energy drink. This one is for those times when fluid loss is increased, as it includes optimised levels of sodium, phosphorus and potassium. Recover is, rather obviously, the recovery drink. Elivar have used a 1:1 ratio of carbs to protein, a formula specifically aimed to help us older folk recover better, and it combines fast and slow release proteins for a longer recovery window."
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BigFeat Events, recognized for orchestrating captivating endurance events, stands out for its dynamic blend of cycling and running sportives. The recent "Beast to the East" cycling sportive, held on May 21st, is a sterling example of their commitment to crafting exhilarating experiences. A cornerstone of the success and popularity of these events has been the provision of Sustain Go! energy gels, generously sponsored by Elivar.
Previous running and events such as the "Bigwayround Trail Run" and "BigSea Trail Run" also benefited from the free distribution of Sustain Go! energy gels, much to the participants' delight. The energy boost and quicker recovery offered by these gels have consistently been instrumental in empowering athletes to perform their best.
Did you know that Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (NMN), the star ingredient in numerous anti-aging supplements, also moonlights in several foods you might already enjoy? It's true! NMN is a vital precursor to NAD+, a molecule crucial to many biological processes, like cell growth, DNA repair, and metabolism. But as we age, NAD+ levels take a hit, and bolstering them through NMN intake can be beneficial. Now the question arises, can we simply count on our daily meals for our NMN fix?