Moving sport fuel forward

GLUKOS is made with glucose—the form of energy used by all life on earth, and the only energy your body can really use. The more strenuous the activity, the more glucose your body requires. GLUKOS gives your body the fuel it needs to perform at its best.

*THE GLYCEMIC INDEX: The GI represents the total rise in a person's blood sugar level (fuel) following consumption of food or drink. The measurement definition is milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL). The American Diabetes Association recommends a fasting plasma glucose level of 70-130 mg/dL and after meals less than 180 mg/dL.

The Glycemic Index*

Gylcemic Index Graph

*THE GLYCEMIC INDEX: The GI represents the total rise in a person's blood sugar level (fuel) following consumption of food or drink. The measurement definition is milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL). The American Diabetes Association recommends a fasting plasma glucose level of 70-130 mg/dL and after meals less than 180 mg/dL.

Unlike other sports products, GLUKOS provides almost instant energy. It passes through the cell wall of your mouth where it enters directly into the bloodstream.

Nothing moves
you faster

Other sport fuels use inferior sugars like fructose and sucrose that have to be digested before they can provide any benefit. This process wastes valuable time, and even robs your body of energy.

Glucose

Absorbed immediately
(starts in mouth)

Results in:
Instant energy

Sucrose & Fructose

Digested in the intestines

Results in:
Delayed absorption and
by-products Triglycerides (fat)
and Lactic Acid

GLUKOS gives your body A pure, sustained source of fuel. So if you want to push yourself to the limit GLUKOS can help you go the distance.

There’s a lot more science where that came from

Click the links below to get all the technical data on GLUKOS, straight from their original academic sources.

Stimulants in Athletics

Learn about the adverse role of stimulants in athletic performance.

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Glycemic Index and Athletic Performance

The glycemic index of foods can be used to determine proper fuel choices for athletes. See how glucose stacks up to the competition.

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Carbohydrate Metabolism and Performance

Carbohydrates provide energy for the nervous system and active, working muscles. Learn how they enable metabolism for performance athletes.

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The Science of Fluid Absorption

Understand the three main factors that affect absorption of fluids and their importance for high level performance.

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Electrolytes and Hydration

The Importance of electrolytes in hydration is discussed in this white paper.

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Fructose Metabolism

Fructose uses precious energy when metabolized. Learn how that affects your athletic performance.

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Maltodextrin Metabolism

Maltodextrin will not supply the long-lasting energy. Learn why is this is a detriment to your ability to perform at a high level.

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Sucrose Metabolism

Sucrose provides energy, but must undergo some digestion prior to entering the bloodstream. Learn why this isn't ideal for athletes.

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Glucose and Diabetics

Discover why glucose is the recommended sugar replacement for all diabetics.

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