Honey Stinger Gluten Free Organic Waffle - Honey - 30g
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- 140 Calories
- 0% Trans Fat
- 0% Cholesterol
During: Consume every 45 minutes – 1 hour for energy maintenance. When consumed during activity, honey helps muscles remain nourished longer through a steady release of energy, delaying fatigue.
After: Consume immediately following activity. Honey is an excellent refuelling source, entering the bloodstream quickly and restoring depleted glycogen levels to improve recovery time.
A thin layer of our wild flower honey sandwiched between two thin waffles. The gluten free version of our number one selling original Stinger waffle flavour will satisfy your taste buds and keep you going as an afternoon snack, during your favourite activity or go great with your cup of coffee or tea.
THE ORIGINAL GLUTEN FREE WAFFLE
For years, similar waffles have been sold on street corners throughout Europe and eaten by professional cyclists, so we decided to create our own by sandwiching honey between two thin waffle wafers. Honey Stinger Gluten Free Organic Waffles are the first product of their kind that's certified gluten free and available in a single-serving wrapper.
Nature’s Energy Source.
Honey is rich in carbohydrates, making it ideal fuel for working muscles. When eaten before activity, it is released into the system at a steady rate throughout the activity. Helps muscles stay nourished longer during exercise and delays fatigue. Research shows ingesting a combination of carbohydrates and protein immediately following exercise refuels and decreases muscle soreness.
Utilizing an ingredient engineered by nature as opposed to in a laboratory has its benefits, like higher quality and no additional flavouring or colouring. Honey Stinger uses honey, a natural form of energy and antioxidants, as the main carbohydrate source for all products. Research in endurance athletes has proven that a mixture of carbohydrates is better tolerated by the body, prevents fatigue and enhances performance more than a single carbohydrate form. Honey is considered a combination of carbohydrates, containing the natural sugars fructose and glucose that work together to be quickly and easily digested.
In addition, honey’s low glycemic properties have been scientifically proven to increase athletic performance by providing a sustained energy boost that allows blood sugar levels to remain constant throughout activity without a high insulin spike and crash.