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Nutritional Info


C2Max Energy Blend (Maltodextrin, Fructose), Water, and less than 2% of: Salt, Sodium Citrate, Citric Acid, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Green Tea Extract and Caffeine from Tea, Natural Flavor, Fruit Juice Concentrates (Plum, Raspberry, Blackberry, Blueberry, Elderberry), Sodium Benzoate and Potassium Sorbate (to maintain freshness), Potassium Chloride. Made on equipment that also processes milk and soy.

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All PowerGel® energy gels are gluten free and provide 200 mg of sodium per pouch, the most of any leading gel*. Sodium is the key electrolyte lost in sweat and is recommended to be replaced during endurance exercise.** In addition each PowerGel® energy gel energy gel pouch contains 27 grams of PowerBar's C2MAX dual source carbohydrate blend, found to deliver 20 to 50 percent more energy to muscles than glucose alone and improve endurance performance by 8 percent.*** PowerGel® Performance Energy Gels provide fuel fast for optimum training and race day performance.

PowerGel Performance Energy Gels— key features:

  • Provides maximum energy to muscles with C2MAX
  • Contains the most sodium of any leading gel
  • No artificial flavors
  • Gluten free

For best results, consume one PowerGel® energy gel every 20-45 minutes during activity, followed by a few gulps of water.

*200mg sodium - compared to other leading gels that offer less than 75mg per pouch.

** American College of Sports Medicine Roundtable on Hydration and Physical Activity; Consensus Statements. Curr Sports Med Rep 2005;4:115–27.

***Currell K, Jeukendrup A. Superior Endurance Performance with Ingestion of Multiple Transportable Carbohydrates. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2008; 40: 275–281.