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Energy boost

Pour un sportif, tout se résume à l'entraînement et au mental. Si l'entraînement est votre affaire, Maiday Boost s'occupe de votre mental dans les moment les plus difficiles - lorsque les ressources manquent - pour prévenir l'épuisement. Maiday boost vous fera sauter le "Mur"

Description du produit

Complexe synergique de L-tyrosine, L-carnitine, coenzyme Q10, vitamine B6, Vitamine C, zinc et caféine destiné à prévenir la fatigue et la baisse de concentration survenant au cours d'un effort de longue durée

Maiday boost ne contient aucun glucide, ni agent conservateur, colorant ou arôme artificiel

Conseils d'utilisation

Maiday boost est un énergisant à consommer dans le cadre d'un effort de longue durée et/ou de forte intensité.
Pour un effet maximum, prendre Maiday boost à jeun avec un peu d'eau ou durant l’effort en buvant uniquement de l’eau 20 min avant et après.

Ingrédients

Eau – Extrait aqueux de réglisse – L-tyrosine 2000mg/100ml – L-carnitine 800mg/100ml – Antioxydant : acide ascorbique – Caféine 160mg/100ml – Coenzyme Q10 120mg/100ml - Citrate de zinc – Arômes naturels – Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate (Vit. B6)

Recommandations

Consommation journalière : 1 dose par jour. Ne pas mélanger à l’alcool. Ne convient pas aux femmes enceintes ou allaitantes, aux enfants, aux adolescents et aux personnes sensibles à la caféine. Contient de la réglisse – les personnes souffrant d’hypertension doivent éviter toute consommation excessive.

Apports nutritionnels 

1 dose (25 ml) contient :

Calories - Brennwert 

2 Kcal (8,4Kj)

Protéines - Eiweiss

0,5 g

Glucides - Kohlenhydrate

0.0 g

Lipides – Fett 

0.0 g
Vitamine B6 2 mg 143% *RDA
Vitamine C 80 mg 100% *RDA
Zinc 8.5 mg 85% *RDA
Coenzyme Q10 30 mg
L-tyrosine 500 mg
L-Carnitine 200 mg

(*RDA = Daily value)

Références

  • Leklem J.E. and Shultz T.D. : Increased plasma pyridoxal 5'-phosphate and vitamin B6 in male adolescents after 4500-meter run. - Amer J. of Clinic Nutr. (1983), 38(4), 541-548
  • Lorenza S. Colzato, Bryant J. Jongkees, Roberta Sellaro, Wery P.M. van den Wildenberg, Bernhard Hommel : Eating to stop: Tyrosine supplementation enhances inhibitory control but not response execution. - Neuropsychologia. (2014), doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2013.12.027

  • Guilland J.C. et al. : Vitamin status of young athletes including the effects of supplementation. - Med Sci Sports Exerc. (1989), 21(4), 441-449

  • Kara E. Et al. : Effect of Zinc Supplementation on Antioxidant Activity in Young Wrestlers. - Biol. Trace Element Res. (2010), 134(1), 55-63
  • Díaz-Castro J. et al. : Coenzyme Q(10) supplementation ameliorates inflammatory signaling and oxidative stress associated with strenuous exercise. - Eur J Nutr. 2011, Oct. 12
  • Kei Mizuno et al. : Antifatigue effects of coenzyme Q10 during physical fatigue. - Nutrition (2008), 24(4), 293-299
  • Kun-Ling Tsai et al. : A novel mechanism of coenzymeQ10 protects against human endothelial cells from oxidative stress-induced injury by modulating NO-related pathways. - Jour. of nutr. Biochem. (2012), 23(5), 458-468
  • Kraemer W.J. et al. : Androgenic responses to resistance exercise: effects of feeding and L-carnitine. - Med. And Science in Sport and Ex. (2006), 38(7), 1288-1296
  • Spiering Barry A. Et al. : Responses of Criterion Variables to Different Supplemental Doses of L-Carnitine L-Tartrate. - Jour. of Strength and Cond. Res., 21(1), 259-264
  • Kraemer, William J. Et al. : L-Carnitine Supplementation: Influence upon Physiological Function. - Cur. Sports Med. Rep. (2008), 7(4), 218-223
  • Benjamin T. Wall et al. : Chronic oral ingestion of l-carnitine and carbohydrate increases muscle carnitine content and alters muscle fuel metabolism during exercise in humans. - Jour. of Phys. (2011), 589(4), 963-973
  • Elif Şıktar et al. : Protective role of l-carnitine supplementation against exhaustive exercise induced oxidative stress in rats. - Eur. Jour. of Pharmacology (2011), 668(3), 407-413
  • Janine Keller et al. : Dietary L-carnitine alters gene expression in skeletal muscle of piglets. - Molecular Nutrition (2011), 55(3), 419-429
  • Tumilty L et al. : tyrosine supplementation improves exercise capacity in the heat. - Eur J Appl Physiol. (2011), 111(12), 2941-50
  • Pierre Moreau : La micronutrition en biologie et en pratique clinique. - Lavoisier Tech & Doc, 1993
  • Jean-Paul Curtay : Nutrithérapie, bases scientifiques et pratique médicale. - Testez Editions, 2006
  • Thierry Souccar : Le guide des nouveaux stimulants. - Albin Michel, 1997
  • Les oligoéléments en médecine et biologie. - Lavoisier Tech & Doc, 1991

Boisson d’appoint pour sportifs à base de caféine, taurine, carnitine, coenzyme Q10, magnésium et vitamines (B6, C)

Vous rêvez d'une boisson de préparation qui ne se préoccupe pas que de glucides, qui puisse soutenir vos muscles dans leur production d'énergie ou la protection de leur intégrité... Maiday before est fait pour vous.

Description du produit

Complexe synergique de micronutriments destiné à soutenir l'organisme dans le cadre d'un effort intense et à optimiser l'endurance

Maiday before contient

  • une forme de magnésium particulièrement bien absorbée par l'organisme ainsi que de la taurine qui favorise sa rétention cellulaire
  • de la L-carnitine qui favorise la combustion des acides gras par les mitochondries dans les cellules musculaires
  • de la conenzyme Q10 qui joue un rôle important dans la production naturelle d’énergie par l’organisme
  • de la vitamine B6 sous sa forme active dans l'organisme, nécessaire notamment à la synthèse des protéines et de leurs composants
  • de la vitamine C, antioxydante
  • de la caféine
  • peu de sucres pour éviter l'hypoglycémie réactionnelle, aucun colorant ni arôme artificiel

Conseils d'utilisation

Maiday before  est une boisson de préparation, à consommer 30mn avant l'effort.

Ingrédients

eau - dextrose – saccharose - maltodextrine – glycérophosphate de magnésium - taurine - L-carnitine - arômes naturels - correcteurs d'acidité : acide citrique, citrate de sodium - acide ascorbique - caféine 74mg/100ml - agent conservateur : sorbate de potassium - coenzyme Q10 - Pyridoxal-5-phosphate (vit. B6)

Recommandations

Consommation journalière : 1 dose par jour. Ne pas dépasser la dose conseillée. Ne pas mélanger à l’alcool. Ne convient pas aux femmes enceintes ou allaitantes, aux enfants, aux adolescents et aux personnes sensibles à la caféine. A utiliser dans le cadre d'une alimentation équilibrée.

Apports nutritionnels

1 dose (135 ml) contient :

Calories - Brennwert :

42 Kcal (176Kj)

Protéines - Eiweiss:

0.013 g

Glucides - Kohlenhydrate :

10,3 g

Lipides – Fett :

0.0 g
Vitamine B6 2 mg 143% *RDA
Vitamine C 200 mg 250% *RDA
Magnésium 110 mg 29.4% *RDA
Coenzyme Q10 30 mg
Taurine 500 mg
L-Carnitine 500 mg

(*RDA = Ration quotidienne conseillée /empfohlene Tagesdosis)

Références

  • Driessens F.C.M. et al. : On formulas for Daily oral magnesium supplementation and some of their side effects. - Magnes Bull (1993), 15(1), 10-12
  • Del Gobbol Liana C. et al. : Serum magnesium: a biomarker of cardiovascular risk revisited?. - Magn. Res. (2012), 25(2), 49-53
  • Günther T. : Comment on the number of Mg2+- activated enzymes. - Magn. Res. (2008), 21(3), 185-187
  • Laires M.J. Et al. : Exercise, magnesium and immune function. - Magn. Res. (2008), 21(2), 92-96
  • McCarty M.F. : Complementary vascular-protective actions of magnesium and taurine: A rationale for magnesium taurate. - Medical Hypotheses (1996), 46(2), 89-100
  • Cuisinier C. et al. : Role of taurine in osmoregulation during endurance exercise. - European journal of applied physiology (2002), 87(6), 489-495
  • Birdsall T.C. : Therapeutic applications of taurine. - Altern med Rev (1998), 3(2), 128-136
  • Leklem J.E. and Shultz T.D. : Increased plasma pyridoxal 5'-phosphate and vitamin B6 in male adolescents after 4500-meter run. - Amer J. of Clinic Nutr. (1983), 38(4), 541-548
  • Guilland J.C. et al. : Vitamin status of young athletes including the effects of supplementation. - Med Sci Sports Exerc. (1989), 21(4), 441-449
  • Díaz-Castro J. et al. : Coenzyme Q(10) supplementation ameliorates inflammatory signaling and oxidative stress associated with strenuous exercise. - Eur J Nutr. 2011, Oct. 12
  • Kei Mizuno et al. : Antifatigue effects of coenzyme Q10 during physical fatigue. - Nutrition (2008), 24(4), 293-299
  • Kun-Ling Tsai et al. : A novel mechanism of coenzymeQ10 protects against human endothelial cells from oxidative stress-induced injury by modulating NO-related pathways. - Jour. of nutr. Biochem. (2012), 23(5), 458-468
  • Kraemer W.J. et al. : Androgenic responses to resistance exercise: effects of feeding and L-carnitine. - Med. And Science in Sport and Ex. (2006), 38(7), 1288-1296
  • Spiering Barry A. Et al. : Responses of Criterion Variables to Different Supplemental Doses of L-Carnitine L-Tartrate. - Jour. of Strength and Cond. Res., 21(1), 259-264
  • Kraemer, William J. Et al. : L-Carnitine Supplementation: Influence upon Physiological Function. - Cur. Sports Med. Rep. (2008), 7(4), 218-223
  • Benjamin T. Wall et al. : Chronic oral ingestion of l-carnitine and carbohydrate increases muscle carnitine content and alters muscle fuel metabolism during exercise in humans. - Jour. of Phys. (2011), 589(4), 963-973
  • Elif Şıktar et al. : Protective role of l-carnitine supplementation against exhaustive exercise induced oxidative stress in rats. - Eur. Jour. of Pharmacology (2011), 668(3), 407-413
  • Janine Keller et al. : Dietary L-carnitine alters gene expression in skeletal muscle of piglets. - Molecular Nutrition (2011), 55(3), 419-429
  • Pierre Moreau : La micronutrition en biologie et en pratique clinique. - Lavoisier Tech & Doc, 1993
  • Jean-Paul Curtay : Nutrithérapie, bases scientifiques et pratique médicale. - Testez Editions, 2006
  • Marianne Mousain-Bosc : La solution magnésium – Thierry Souccar Editions, 2010

Préparation minérale avec taurine pour boisson isotonique de l'effort

Que vous ne supportiez pas le goût des boissons isotoniques, que vous ne quittiez pas votre sirop favori ou que vous préfériez un bon thé en randonnée, Maiday Isomin est fait pour vous. Aucun glucide, ni agent conservateur, colorant ou arôme, ce qui lui permet de se marier à toutes les boissons et de les enrichir en minéraux !

Description du produit

Complexe minéral à mélanger à du liquide chaud ou froid (thé, sirop, jus de fruits etc.), pour l'obtention d'une boisson isotonique

Maiday Isomin contient

  • une forme de magnésium particulièrement bien absorbée par l'organisme ainsi que de la taurine qui favorise sa rétention cellulaire

  • du calcium, du sodium et du potassium sous une forme permettant de limiter l'acidification musculaire au cours de l'effort

  • aucun glucide, ni agent conservateur, colorant ou arôme, ce qui lui permet de se marier à toutes les boissons !

Conseils d'utilisation

Mélanger un tube de Maiday Isomin à 750ml à 1 litre de liquide chaud ou froid (thé, sirop, jus de fruits etc.), à boire au cours de l'effort, selon soif, pour compenser les pertes minérales.

Recommandations

Consommation journalière : 1 à 2 doses par jour. Ne pas dépasser la dose conseillée. Ne pas mélanger à l’alcool. Maiday isomin est un aliment d'appoint pour sportifs à utiliser dans le cadre d'une alimentation équilibrée.

Ingrédients

Glycérophosphate de magnésium – Citrate de sodium – citrate de potassium - citrate de calcium - taurine

Apports nutritionnels

1 dose contient :

Calories - Brennwert

0 Kcal (8,4Kj)

Protéines - Eiweiss

0,0 g

Glucides - Kohlenhydrate

0,0 g

Lipides – Fett

0.0 g
Magnésium 190 mg 50% *RDA
Sodium 500 mg
Potassium 100 mg 5% *RDA
Calcium 80 mg 10% *RDA
Taurine 200 mg

(*RDA = Ration quotidienne conseillée /empfohlene Tagesdosis)

Références

  • Driessens F.C.M. et al. : On formulas for Daily oral magnesium supplementation and some of their side effects. - Magnes Bull (1993), 15(1), 10-12
  • Del Gobbol Liana C. et al. : Serum magnesium: a biomarker of cardiovascular risk revisited?. - Magn. Res. (2012), 25(2), 49-53
  • Günther T. : Comment on the number of Mg2+- activated enzymes. - Magn. Res. (2008), 21(3), 185-187
  • Laires M.J. Et al. : Exercise, magnesium and immune function. - Magn. Res. (2008), 21(2), 92-96
  • McCarty M.F. : Complementary vascular-protective actions of magnesium and taurine: A rationale for magnesium taurate. - Medical Hypotheses (1996), 46(2), 89-100
  • Cuisinier C. et al. : Role of taurine in osmoregulation during endurance exercise. - European journal of applied physiology (2002), 87(6), 489-495
  • Birdsall T.C. : Therapeutic applications of taurine. - Altern med Rev (1998), 3(2), 128-136

Aliment d'appoint à base de Magnésium, taurine, glycine et vit. B6

Le magnésium est essentiel à la production naturelle d'énergie et remplit de multiples rôles dans l'organisme. C'est un minéral critique dans le cadre d'une pratique sportive intense, mais également dans toutes les situations de stress qui en augmentent la consommation. Malheureusement, c'est un minéral difficilement absorbé par l'intestin, car très laxatif. Maiday Mg+ contient donc une forme de magnésium particulièrement bien absorbée et des cofacteurs qui améliorent son métabolisme.

Description du produit

Maiday Mg+ fournit du magnésium en complément de l'apport alimentaire – ainsi que des substances synergiques agissant positivement sur son métabolisme – en cas de stress, d'activité intense ou autre situations de surutilisation.

Conseils d'utilisation

Mélanger un tube de Maiday Mg+ à 2-3dl de liquide (eau, sirop, jus de fruits etc.) et boire, de préférence au cours d'un repas

Recommandations

Consommation journalière : 1 à 2 tubes par jour en complément d'une alimentation équilibrée. Ne pas dépasser la dose conseillée. Tenir hors de portée des enfants. Ne pas mélanger à l’alcool.

Ingrédients

Glycérophosphate de magnésium - taurine - glycine - Pyridoxal-5-phosphate (vit. B6)

Apports nutritionnels

1 dose contient :

Calories - Brennwert

0.8 Kcal (3.35 Kj)

Protéines - Eiweiss

0,2 g

Glucides - Kohlenhydrate

0,0 g

Lipides – Fett

0.0 g
Vitamine B6 0.7 mg 50% *RDA
Magnésium 190 mg 50% *RDA
Taurine 200 mg
Glycine 200 mg

(*RDA = Ration quotidienne conseillée /empfohlene Tagesdosis)

Références

  • Driessens F.C.M. et al. : On formulas for Daily oral magnesium supplementation and some of their side effects. - Magnes Bull (1993), 15(1), 10-12
  • Del Gobbol Liana C. et al. : Serum magnesium: a biomarker of cardiovascular risk revisited?. - Magn. Res. (2012), 25(2), 49-53
  • Günther T. : Comment on the number of Mg2+- activated enzymes. - Magn. Res. (2008), 21(3), 185-187
  • Laires M.J. Et al. : Exercise, magnesium and immune function. - Magn. Res. (2008), 21(2), 92-96
  • McCarty M.F. : Complementary vascular-protective actions of magnesium and taurine: A rationale for magnesium taurate. - Medical Hypotheses (1996), 46(2), 89-100
  • Cuisinier C. et al. : Role of taurine in osmoregulation during endurance exercise. - European journal of applied physiology (2002), 87(6), 489-495
  • Birdsall T.C. : Therapeutic applications of taurine. - Altern med Rev (1998), 3(2), 128-136
  • Leklem J.E. and Shultz T.D. : Increased plasma pyridoxal 5'-phosphate and vitamin B6 in male adolescents after 4500-meter run. - Amer J. of Clinic Nutr. (1983), 38(4), 541-548
  • Guilland J.C. et al. : Vitamin status of young athletes including the effects of supplementation. - Med Sci Sports Exerc. (1989), 21(4), 441-449
  • Pierre Moreau : La micronutrition en biologie et en pratique clinique. - Lavoisier Tech & Doc, 1993
  • Jean-Paul Curtay : Nutrithérapie, bases scientifiques et pratique médicale. - Testez Editions, 2006

Strongly hydrolyzed protein, sweetened with stevia extracts

The must-have among recovery proteins is finally available in Switzerland and above all sweetened with stevia extracts ! Maiday Peptopro is therefore free of aspartame, sucralose, and any other additives. Famous for its unique anabolic properties, the efficiency of Peptopro® exceeds by 26 % that of the best classic proteins for muscle-building! A must-have!

Product description

Peptopro® is the most strongly hydrolysed protein on the market, making it the most anabolic supplement ever created. Made up essentially from di and tri-peptides, it does not need to be digested and can therefore be used either before, during or after a sporting effort. Its efficiency being superior to classic proteins, the usual dosage can be reduced (ordinarily 20 g for a bodybuilding session). Maiday Peptopro is very soluble and blends easily with all liquids.

Maiday Peptopro contains natural extracts of stevia to cover the bitter taste of Peptopro®  a consequence of its advanced hydrolysis – instead of sucralose whose unexpected toxicity has been proven by a recent study and whose security should reassessed.

How to use

Mix 10 g of Maiday Peptopro (approx. 2 doses) with 200-300 ml of liquid (ideally fruit juice). It is recommended not to shake it strongly, to limit the formation of foam.

Ingredients

Peptopro® (casein hydrolysate), steviol glycosides (stevia extract)

Recommandations

Store at room temperature, under dry conditions. Keep out of the reach of children. Can contain traces of lactose.

Nutrition facts

  20g 100g
Calories 67Kcal (282.kj) 338Kcal (1411kj)
Proteins 16.1g 80.5g
Carbohydrates  
Lipids 0.3g 1.5g

Aminogramm

* 20g 100g
Alanine 460mg 2300mg
Arginine 600mg 3000mg
Aspartic acid 1000mg 5000mg
Cystine 20mg 100mg
Glutamic acid 3420mg 17100mg
Glycine 280mg 1400mg
Histidine 440mg 2200mg
Isoleucine 760mg 3800mg
Leucine 1500mg 7500mg
Lysine 1180mg 5900mg
Methionine 520mg 2600mg
Phenylalanine 740mg 3700mg
Proline 1700mg 8500mg
Serine 820mg 4100mg
Threonine 580mg 2900mg
Tryptophane 160mg 800mg
Tyrosine 880mg 4400mg
Valine 1020mg 5100mg

* Calculation determined after deduction of residual moisture

References

https://www.dsm.com/content/dam/dsm/foodandbeverages/en_US/documents/PeptoPro-leaflet.pdf?fileaction=openFile

  • Siebrecht, S. (2005). The Milk Peptide PeptoPro® as a New Ingredient for Functional Beverages. FOODS AND FOOD INGREDIENTS JOURNAL OF JAPAN, 210(8), 703.
  • Saunders, M. J., Luden, N. D., Pratt, C. A., & Moore, R. W. (2006). Carbohydrate and protein hydrolysate beverage improves late-race cycling performance and prevents post-exercise muscle damage. J. Int. Soc. Sports Nutr, 3(1), S20.
  • Hammer, M. C., Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Pratt, C. A., Wagner, T. L., Gloeckner, J. W., ... & Kies, A. K. (2008). Antecedant Macronutrient Intake Does Not Influence Effects of Carbohydrate-Protein Hydrolysate Beverages Consumed During Exercise.: 2435: Board# 18 May 31 9: 30 AM-11: 00 AM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 40(5), S458.
  • Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Pratt, C. A., Hammer, M. C., Lehman, K. L., Mattox, L. B., & Kies, A. K. (2007). Changes in Post‐Exercise Force Production and Soreness Related to Protein Hydrolysate Concentration of Sports Beverages: 2066: Board# 136 May 31 3: 30 PM 5: 00 PM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 39(5), S363.
  • Pratt, C. A., Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Hammer, M. C., Todd, M. K., Flohr, J. A., & Kies, A. K. (2007). Improved Endurance Performance With Carbohydrate‐Protein Hydrolysate Beverage Not Due To Attenuated Central Fatigue: 2062: Board# 132 May 31 3: 30 PM‐5: 00 PM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 39(5), S362.
  • Moore, R. W., Saunders, M. J., Pratt, C. A., Hammer, M. C., Lehman, K. L., Todd, M. K., ... & Kies, A. K. (2007). Improved Time To Exhaustion With Carbohydrate‐Protein Hydrolysate Beverage: 904: June 1 3: 30 PM‐3: 45 PM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 39(5), S89-S90.
  • Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Kies, A. K., Luden, N. D., & Pratt, C. A. (2009). Carbohydrate and Protein Hydrolysate Coingestion's Improvement of Late-Exercise Time-Trial Performance. International journal of sport nutrition & exercise metabolism, 19(2).
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  • Koopman, R., Crombach, N., Gijsen, A. P., Walrand, S., Fauquant, J., Kies, A. K., ... & van Loon, L. J. (2009). Ingestion of a protein hydrolysate is accompanied by an accelerated in vivo digestion and absorption rate when compared with its intact protein. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 90(1), 106-115.
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Carbohydrates for sports drinks

For those who want to choose a precise dosage of carbohydrates per kilo of body weight, Maiday Dextrose provides simple sugars of high quality which are also suitable for people with gluten intolerance (hydrolysis of corn starch non GMO).

Product description

Dextrose - or purified d-glucose – is a simple sugar with a high glycemic index (100). It constitutes an energy source that is immediately available and has a high sweetening potential.

Maiday Dextrose derives from the total hydrolysis of corn starch (non GMO) and is therefore gluten-free.

How to use

Use Maiday dextrose to gain energy in the form of carbohydrates in various sports drinks, according to a personalized dosage.

Ingredients

Dextrose

Recommendations

Due to its fine texture, this product is likely to agglomerate with time. Store at room temperature, under dry conditions. Keep out of the reach of children.

Nutrition facts

  50 g 100 g
Calories 182 Kcal 364 Kcal
Proteins 0.0 g 0.0 g
Carbohydrates

thereof sugars

45.5 g

45.5 g

91 g

91 g

Lipids 0.0 g 0.0 g

Carbohydrates for sports drinks

For those who want to choose a precise dosage of carbohydrates per kilo of their body weight, Maiday Dextrose provides complex sugars which can be assimilated rapidly and are of high quality which are also suitable for people with gluten intolerance (hydrolysis of corn starch non GMO).

Product description

Maltodextrin is a complex sugar which can be assimilated rapidly – comparable to that of simple sugars. Contrary to common belief, its glycemic index (95) is practically as high as that of dextrose (100). Maiday’s maltodextrin has a low sweetening potential; because of its low osmolarity (osmotic concentration), it causes less gastrointestinal disturbances than simple sugars. Its use is therefore indispensable when seeking to provide an important amount of carbohydrates for a sporting effort.

Maiday Maltodextrin derives from the partial hydrolysis of corn starch (non GMO) and is therefore gluten-free.

How to use

Use Maiday Maltodextrin to gain energy in the form of carbohydrates in various sports drinks, according to a personalized dosage.

Ingredients

Maltodextrin

Recommandations

Due to its fine texture, this product is likely to agglomerate with time. Store at room temperature, under dry conditions. Keep out of the reach of children.

Nutrition facts

  50 g 100 g
Calories

192.5 Kcal

385 Kcal

Proteins 0.0 g 0.0 g

carbohydrates

thereof sugars

48 g

3 g

96 g

6 g

Lipids 0.0 g 0.0 g

Energy Boost

For an athlete, everything comes down to training and mental. If training is your thing, Maiday Boost takes care of your mental balance in the most difficult moments – when resources are lacking – combatting exhaustion. Maiday Boost will get you to the next level.

Product description

Synergetic complex containing L-tyrosine, L-carnitine, coenzyme Q10, vitamin B6, folic acid (vit. B9), vitamin C, zinc and caffeine in order to prevent fatigue and loss of concentration, occurring during a prolonged effort.

Maiday Boost does not contain any glucide, preservatives, colouring or artificial flavour.

Usage tips

Maiday boost is an energizer to be taken during a prolonged or high intensity effort.

For best results, take Maiday Boost on an empty stomach with a bit of water or during a prolonged effort, drinking water only 20 minutes before and after.

Recommendations 

Daily consumption : 1 dose per day. Do not mix with alcohol. Not suited for women who are pregnant or breast-feeding, children, teenagers and people who are sensitive to caffeine. Contains licorice – people suffering from high blood pressure/hypertension must avoid any excessive consumption.

Ingredients

water – licorice aqueous extract – L-tyrosine – L-carnitine – Antioxidant : ascorbic acid – caffeine 160 mg/100ml – Coenzyme Q10 120mg/100ml – zinc citrate – natural flavors – Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate (Vit. B6)

Recommandations

Daily consumption : 1 dose per day. Do not mix with alcohol. Not suited for women who are pregnant or breast-feeding, children, teenagers and people who are sensitive to caffeine. Contains licorice – people suffering from high blood pressure/hypertension must avoid any excessive consumption.

Nutrition facts

For 1 dose (25 ml) :

Calories

2 Kcal (8,4Kj)

Proteins

0,5 g

Carbohydrates

0.0 g

Lipids

0.0 g
Vitamin B6 2 mg 143% *RDA
Vitamin C 80 mg 100% *RDA
Zinc 8.5 mg 85% *RDA
Coenzyme Q10 30 mg
L-tyrosine 500 mg
L-Carnitine 200 mg

(*RDA = Daily value)

References

  • Leklem J.E. and Shultz T.D. : Increased plasma pyridoxal 5'-phosphate and vitamin B6 in male adolescents after 4500-meter run. - Amer J. of Clinic Nutr. (1983), 38(4), 541-548
  • Guilland J.C. et al. : Vitamin status of young athletes including the effects of supplementation. - Med Sci Sports Exerc. (1989), 21(4), 441-449
  • Kara E. Et al. : Effect of Zinc Supplementation on Antioxidant Activity in Young Wrestlers. - Biol. Trace Element Res. (2010), 134(1), 55-63
  • Díaz-Castro J. et al. : Coenzyme Q(10) supplementation ameliorates inflammatory signaling and oxidative stress associated with strenuous exercise. - Eur J Nutr. 2011, Oct. 12
  • Kei Mizuno et al. : Antifatigue effects of coenzyme Q10 during physical fatigue. - Nutrition (2008), 24(4), 293-299
  • Kun-Ling Tsai et al. : A novel mechanism of coenzymeQ10 protects against human endothelial cells from oxidative stress-induced injury by modulating NO-related pathways. - Jour. of nutr. Biochem. (2012), 23(5), 458-468
  • Kraemer W.J. et al. : Androgenic responses to resistance exercise: effects of feeding and L-carnitine. - Med. And Science in Sport and Ex. (2006), 38(7), 1288-1296
  • Spiering Barry A. Et al. : Responses of Criterion Variables to Different Supplemental Doses of L-Carnitine L-Tartrate. - Jour. of Strength and Cond. Res., 21(1), 259-264
  • Kraemer, William J. Et al. : L-Carnitine Supplementation: Influence upon Physiological Function. - Cur. Sports Med. Rep. (2008), 7(4), 218-223
  • Benjamin T. Wall et al. : Chronic oral ingestion of l-carnitine and carbohydrate increases muscle carnitine content and alters muscle fuel metabolism during exercise in humans. - Jour. of Phys. (2011), 589(4), 963-973
  • Elif Şıktar et al. : Protective role of l-carnitine supplementation against exhaustive exercise induced oxidative stress in rats. - Eur. Jour. of Pharmacology (2011), 668(3), 407-413
  • Janine Keller et al. : Dietary L-carnitine alters gene expression in skeletal muscle of piglets. - Molecular Nutrition (2011), 55(3), 419-429
  • Tumilty L et al. : tyrosine supplementation improves exercise capacity in the heat. - Eur J Appl Physiol. (2011), 111(12), 2941-50
  • Pierre Moreau : La micronutrition en biologie et en pratique clinique. - Lavoisier Tech & Doc, 1993
  • Jean-Paul Curtay : Nutrithérapie, bases scientifiques et pratique médicale. - Testez Editions, 2006
  • Thierry Souccar : Le guide des nouveaux stimulants. - Albin Michel, 1997
  • Les oligoéléments en médecine et biologie. - Lavoisier Tech & Doc, 1991

Sport drink with Caffeine, taurine, carnitine, coenzyme Q10, magnesium and vitamins (B6, C)

You’re dreaming of a sport drink which does not only rely on carbohydrates, which supports the energy production of your muscles or the protection of their integrity... Maiday before is made for you.

Product description

Synergetic complex of micronutrients aimed at supporting the body during intense effort and optimizing endurance

Maiday Before contains

  • A form of magnesium with a high biodisponibility as well as taurine which favours its cellular retention
  • L-carnitine which promote the combustion of fatty acids by the mitochondria in the muscle cells
  • Coenzyme Q10, an essential element for the natural energy production of the body
  • Coenzymated vitamin B6, necessary for the synthesis of proteins and their metabolites
  • Vitamin C, antioxidant
  • Caffeine
  • Little sugar to avoid reactive hypoglycaemia, no colouring or artificial flavour.

Usage tips

Take a dose of Maiday Before 30 minutes before doing sport.

Ingredients

water – dextrose – saccharose – maltodextrin – magnesium glycerophosphate - taurine - L-carnitine – natural flavors – acidifying : citric acid, sodium citrate – ascorbic acid – caffeine 74mg/100ml – preservative : potassium sorbate - coenzyme Q10 - Pyridoxal-5-phosphate (vit. B6)

Recommandations

Daily consumption : 1 dose per day. Do not exceed. Do not mix with alcohol. Not suited for women who are pregnant or breast-feeding, children, teenagers and people who are sensitive to caffeine. To be taken in the context of a healthy diet.

Nutrition facts 

Serving size : 1 dose (135 ml)

Calories 42 Kcal (176Kj)
Proteins 0.013 g

Carbohydrates

10,3 g
Lipids 0.0 g
Vitamin B6 2 mg 143% *RDA
Vitamin C 200 mg 250% *RDA
Magnesium 110 mg 29.4% *RDA
Coenzyme Q10 30 mg
Taurine 500 mg
L-Carnitine 500 mg

(*RDA = Daily value)

References

  • Driessens F.C.M. et al. : On formulas for Daily oral magnesium supplementation and some of their side effects. - Magnes Bull (1993), 15(1), 10-12
  • Del Gobbol Liana C. et al. : Serum magnesium: a biomarker of cardiovascular risk revisited?. - Magn. Res. (2012), 25(2), 49-53
  • Günther T. : Comment on the number of Mg2+- activated enzymes. - Magn. Res. (2008), 21(3), 185-187
  • Laires M.J. Et al. : Exercise, magnesium and immune function. - Magn. Res. (2008), 21(2), 92-96
  • McCarty M.F. : Complementary vascular-protective actions of magnesium and taurine: A rationale for magnesium taurate. - Medical Hypotheses (1996), 46(2), 89-100
  • Cuisinier C. et al. : Role of taurine in osmoregulation during endurance exercise. - European journal of applied physiology (2002), 87(6), 489-495
  • Birdsall T.C. : Therapeutic applications of taurine. - Altern med Rev (1998), 3(2), 128-136
  • Leklem J.E. and Shultz T.D. : Increased plasma pyridoxal 5'-phosphate and vitamin B6 in male adolescents after 4500-meter run. - Amer J. of Clinic Nutr. (1983), 38(4), 541-548
  • Guilland J.C. et al. : Vitamin status of young athletes including the effects of supplementation. - Med Sci Sports Exerc. (1989), 21(4), 441-449
  • Díaz-Castro J. et al. : Coenzyme Q(10) supplementation ameliorates inflammatory signaling and oxidative stress associated with strenuous exercise. - Eur J Nutr. 2011, Oct. 12
  • Kei Mizuno et al. : Antifatigue effects of coenzyme Q10 during physical fatigue. - Nutrition (2008), 24(4), 293-299
  • Kun-Ling Tsai et al. : A novel mechanism of coenzymeQ10 protects against human endothelial cells from oxidative stress-induced injury by modulating NO-related pathways. - Jour. of nutr. Biochem. (2012), 23(5), 458-468
  • Kraemer W.J. et al. : Androgenic responses to resistance exercise: effects of feeding and L-carnitine. - Med. And Science in Sport and Ex. (2006), 38(7), 1288-1296
  • Spiering Barry A. Et al. : Responses of Criterion Variables to Different Supplemental Doses of L-Carnitine L-Tartrate. - Jour. of Strength and Cond. Res., 21(1), 259-264
  • Kraemer, William J. Et al. : L-Carnitine Supplementation: Influence upon Physiological Function. - Cur. Sports Med. Rep. (2008), 7(4), 218-223
  • Benjamin T. Wall et al. : Chronic oral ingestion of l-carnitine and carbohydrate increases muscle carnitine content and alters muscle fuel metabolism during exercise in humans. - Jour. of Phys. (2011), 589(4), 963-973
  • Elif Şıktar et al. : Protective role of l-carnitine supplementation against exhaustive exercise induced oxidative stress in rats. - Eur. Jour. of Pharmacology (2011), 668(3), 407-413
  • Janine Keller et al. : Dietary L-carnitine alters gene expression in skeletal muscle of piglets. - Molecular Nutrition (2011), 55(3), 419-429
  • Pierre Moreau : La micronutrition en biologie et en pratique clinique. - Lavoisier Tech & Doc, 1993
  • Jean-Paul Curtay : Nutrithérapie, bases scientifiques et pratique médicale. - Testez Editions, 2006
  • Marianne Mousain-Bosc : La solution magnésium – Thierry Souccar Editions, 2010

Mineral complex with taurine for isotonic drink

You can’t stand the taste of isotonic drinks, you can’t live without your favorite syrup or prefer a good tea while hiking, then Maiday Isomin is made for you. No carbohydrates, conservatives, coloring or flavor, which allows it to blend in with all drinks and enrich them with minerals !

Product description

Mineral complex to be mixed with warm or cold liquid (water, syrup, fruit juice, …) in order to obtain an isotonic drink.

Maiday Isomin contains

  • A form of magnesium with a high biodisponibility as well as taurine which favours its cellular retention

  • Calcium, sodium and potassium in forms which limit muscular acidification during effort.

  • No glucide, preservatives, colouring or artificial flavour which enables it to blend in with any kind of beverage

Usage tips

Mix Maiday Isomin with 750ml to 1l of warm or cold liquid (water, syrup, fruit juice,…), to be drunk during an effort to compensate mineral loss and prevent dehydration.

Recommandations

Daily consumption : 1-2 doses per day. Do not exceed. Do not mix with alcohol. Maiday isomin is a sport drink to be taken in the context of a healthy diet.

Ingredients

Magnesium glycerophosphate – Sodium citrate – Potassium citrate – Calcium citrate - taurine

Nutrition facts

For 1 dose :

Calories 0 Kcal (8,4Kj)
Proteins 0,0 g

Carbohydrates

0,0 g
Lipidst 0.0 g
Magnesium 190 mg 50% *RDA
Sodium 500 mg
Potassium 100 mg 5% *RDA
Calcium 80 mg 10% *RDA
Taurine 200 mg

(*RDA = Daily value)

References

  • Driessens F.C.M. et al. : On formulas for Daily oral magnesium supplementation and some of their side effects. - Magnes Bull (1993), 15(1), 10-12
  • Del Gobbol Liana C. et al. : Serum magnesium: a biomarker of cardiovascular risk revisited?. - Magn. Res. (2012), 25(2), 49-53
  • Günther T. : Comment on the number of Mg2+- activated enzymes. - Magn. Res. (2008), 21(3), 185-187
  • Laires M.J. Et al. : Exercise, magnesium and immune function. - Magn. Res. (2008), 21(2), 92-96
  • McCarty M.F. : Complementary vascular-protective actions of magnesium and taurine: A rationale for magnesium taurate. - Medical Hypotheses (1996), 46(2), 89-100
  • Cuisinier C. et al. : Role of taurine in osmoregulation during endurance exercise. - European journal of applied physiology (2002), 87(6), 489-495
  • Birdsall T.C. : Therapeutic applications of taurine. - Altern med Rev (1998), 3(2), 128-136

Magnesium drink with taurine, glycine et vit. B6

Magnesium is essential to the body’s energy production and fulfills numerous tasks in the organism. It is a critical mineral in the context of an intense sport’s practice, but also in all the stress situations in which its consumption is increased. Unfortunately, it is a mineral that is absorbed with difficulty by the intestines, being very laxative. This is why Maiday Mg+ contains a form of magnesium especially well absorbed and cofactors which improve its metabolism.

Product description

Maiday Mg+ is a nutritionnal supplement of Magnesium – with synergistic components – to be taken in situation of heavy sport practice or various stressors

Maiday Mg+ do not contains any food additive

Usage tips

Mix Maiday MG+ with 750ml to 2 or 3dl of liquid (water, syrup, fruit juice,…), and drink.

Recommandations

Daily consumption : 1-2 doses per day in the context of a healthy diet. Do not exceed. Do not mix with alcohol. Keep out of reach of children.

Ingredients

Magnesium glycerophosphate - taurine - glycine - Pyridoxal-5-phosphate (vit. B6)

Nutrition facts

Fore 1 dose :

Calories 0.8 Kcal (3.35 Kj)
Proteins 0,2 g

Carbohydrates

0,0 g
Lipids 0.0 g
Vitamin B6 0.7 mg 50% *RDA
Magnesium 190 mg 50% *RDA
Taurine 200 mg
Glycine 200 mg

(*RDA = Daily value)

References

  • Driessens F.C.M. et al. : On formulas for Daily oral magnesium supplementation and some of their side effects. - Magnes Bull (1993), 15(1), 10-12
  • Del Gobbol Liana C. et al. : Serum magnesium: a biomarker of cardiovascular risk revisited?. - Magn. Res. (2012), 25(2), 49-53
  • Günther T. : Comment on the number of Mg2+- activated enzymes. - Magn. Res. (2008), 21(3), 185-187
  • Laires M.J. Et al. : Exercise, magnesium and immune function. - Magn. Res. (2008), 21(2), 92-96
  • McCarty M.F. : Complementary vascular-protective actions of magnesium and taurine: A rationale for magnesium taurate. - Medical Hypotheses (1996), 46(2), 89-100
  • Cuisinier C. et al. : Role of taurine in osmoregulation during endurance exercise. - European journal of applied physiology (2002), 87(6), 489-495
  • Birdsall T.C. : Therapeutic applications of taurine. - Altern med Rev (1998), 3(2), 128-136
  • Leklem J.E. and Shultz T.D. : Increased plasma pyridoxal 5'-phosphate and vitamin B6 in male adolescents after 4500-meter run. - Amer J. of Clinic Nutr. (1983), 38(4), 541-548
  • Guilland J.C. et al. : Vitamin status of young athletes including the effects of supplementation. - Med Sci Sports Exerc. (1989), 21(4), 441-449
  • Pierre Moreau : La micronutrition en biologie et en pratique clinique. - Lavoisier Tech & Doc, 1993
  • Jean-Paul Curtay : Nutrithérapie, bases scientifiques et pratique médicale. - Testez Editions, 2006

Strongly hydrolyzed protein, sweetened with stevia extracts

The must-have among recovery proteins is finally available in Switzerland and above all sweetened with stevia extracts ! Maiday Peptopro is therefore free of aspartame, sucralose, and any other additives. Famous for its unique anabolic properties, the efficiency of Peptopro® exceeds by 26 % that of the best classic proteins for muscle-building! A must-have!

Product description

Peptopro® is the most strongly hydrolysed protein on the market, making it the most anabolic supplement ever created. Made up essentially from di and tri-peptides, it does not need to be digested and can therefore be used either before, during or after a sporting effort. Its efficiency being superior to classic proteins, the usual dosage can be reduced (ordinarily 20 g for a bodybuilding session). Maiday Peptopro is very soluble and blends easily with all liquids.

Maiday Peptopro contains natural extracts of stevia to cover the bitter taste of Peptopro®  a consequence of its advanced hydrolysis – instead of sucralose whose unexpected toxicity has been proven by a recent study and whose security should reassessed.

How to use

Mix 10 g of Maiday Peptopro (approx. 2 doses) with 200-300 ml of liquid (ideally fruit juice). It is recommended not to shake it strongly, to limit the formation of foam.

Ingredients

Peptopro® (casein hydrolysate), steviol glycosides (stevia extract)

Recommandations

Store at room temperature, under dry conditions. Keep out of the reach of children. Can contain traces of lactose.

Nutrition facts

  20g 100g
Calories 67Kcal (282.kj) 338Kcal (1411kj)
Proteins 16.1g 80.5g
Carbohydrates  
Lipids 0.3g 1.5g

Aminogramm

* 20g 100g
Alanine 460mg 2300mg
Arginine 600mg 3000mg
Aspartic acid 1000mg 5000mg
Cystine 20mg 100mg
Glutamic acid 3420mg 17100mg
Glycine 280mg 1400mg
Histidine 440mg 2200mg
Isoleucine 760mg 3800mg
Leucine 1500mg 7500mg
Lysine 1180mg 5900mg
Methionine 520mg 2600mg
Phenylalanine 740mg 3700mg
Proline 1700mg 8500mg
Serine 820mg 4100mg
Threonine 580mg 2900mg
Tryptophane 160mg 800mg
Tyrosine 880mg 4400mg
Valine 1020mg 5100mg

* Calculation determined after deduction of residual moisture

References

https://www.dsm.com/content/dam/dsm/foodandbeverages/en_US/documents/PeptoPro-leaflet.pdf?fileaction=openFile

  • Siebrecht, S. (2005). The Milk Peptide PeptoPro® as a New Ingredient for Functional Beverages. FOODS AND FOOD INGREDIENTS JOURNAL OF JAPAN, 210(8), 703.
  • Saunders, M. J., Luden, N. D., Pratt, C. A., & Moore, R. W. (2006). Carbohydrate and protein hydrolysate beverage improves late-race cycling performance and prevents post-exercise muscle damage. J. Int. Soc. Sports Nutr, 3(1), S20.
  • Hammer, M. C., Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Pratt, C. A., Wagner, T. L., Gloeckner, J. W., ... & Kies, A. K. (2008). Antecedant Macronutrient Intake Does Not Influence Effects of Carbohydrate-Protein Hydrolysate Beverages Consumed During Exercise.: 2435: Board# 18 May 31 9: 30 AM-11: 00 AM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 40(5), S458.
  • Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Pratt, C. A., Hammer, M. C., Lehman, K. L., Mattox, L. B., & Kies, A. K. (2007). Changes in Post‐Exercise Force Production and Soreness Related to Protein Hydrolysate Concentration of Sports Beverages: 2066: Board# 136 May 31 3: 30 PM 5: 00 PM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 39(5), S363.
  • Pratt, C. A., Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Hammer, M. C., Todd, M. K., Flohr, J. A., & Kies, A. K. (2007). Improved Endurance Performance With Carbohydrate‐Protein Hydrolysate Beverage Not Due To Attenuated Central Fatigue: 2062: Board# 132 May 31 3: 30 PM‐5: 00 PM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 39(5), S362.
  • Moore, R. W., Saunders, M. J., Pratt, C. A., Hammer, M. C., Lehman, K. L., Todd, M. K., ... & Kies, A. K. (2007). Improved Time To Exhaustion With Carbohydrate‐Protein Hydrolysate Beverage: 904: June 1 3: 30 PM‐3: 45 PM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 39(5), S89-S90.
  • Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Kies, A. K., Luden, N. D., & Pratt, C. A. (2009). Carbohydrate and Protein Hydrolysate Coingestion's Improvement of Late-Exercise Time-Trial Performance. International journal of sport nutrition & exercise metabolism, 19(2).
  • Beelen, M., Tieland, M., Gijsen, A. P., Vandereyt, H., Kies, A. K., Kuipers, H., ... & van Loon, L. J. (2008). Coingestion of carbohydrate and protein hydrolysate stimulates muscle protein synthesis during exercise in young men, with no further increase during subsequent overnight recovery. The Journal of nutrition, 138(11), 2198-2204.
  • Koopman, R., Crombach, N., Gijsen, A. P., Walrand, S., Fauquant, J., Kies, A. K., ... & van Loon, L. J. (2009). Ingestion of a protein hydrolysate is accompanied by an accelerated in vivo digestion and absorption rate when compared with its intact protein. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 90(1), 106-115.
  • Beelen, M., Koopman, R., Gijsen, A. P., Vandereyt, H., Kies, A. K., Kuipers, H., ... & van Loon, L. J. (2008). Protein coingestion stimulates muscle protein synthesis during resistance-type exercise. American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism, 295(1), E70-E77.
  • Witard, O. C., Turner, J. E., Jackman, S. R., Kies, A. K., Jeukendrup, A. E., Bosch, J. A., & Tipton, K. D. (2013). High dietary protein restores overreaching induced impairments in leukocyte trafficking and reduces the incidence of upper respiratory tract infection in elite cyclists. Brain, behavior, and immunity.
  • Susan S. Schiffman, Kristina I. Rother. Sucralose, A Synthetic Organochlorine Sweetener: Overview Of Biological Issues. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part B, 2013; 16 (7): 399
  • Lemus-Mondaca, R., Vega-Gálvez, A., Zura-Bravo, L., & Ah-Hen, K. (2012). < i> Stevia rebaudianaBertoni, source of a high-potency natural sweetener: A comprehensive review on the biochemical, nutritional and functional aspects. Food Chemistry, 132(3), 1121-1132.
  • Moughan, P. J., Fuller, M. F., Han, K. S., Kies, A. K., & Miner-Williams, W. (2007). Food-derived bioactive peptides influence gut function. International journal of sport nutrition & exercise metabolism, 17.
  • Calbet JA, Holst JJ. Gastric emptying, gastric secretion and enterogastrone response after administration of milk proteins or their peptide hydrolysates in humans. Eur J Nutr. 2004 Jun;43(3):127-39. Epub 2004 Jan 6.

Carbohydrates for sports drinks

For those who want to choose a precise dosage of carbohydrates per kilo of body weight, Maiday Dextrose provides simple sugars of high quality which are also suitable for people with gluten intolerance (hydrolysis of corn starch non GMO).

Product description

Dextrose - or purified d-glucose – is a simple sugar with a high glycemic index (100). It constitutes an energy source that is immediately available and has a high sweetening potential.

Maiday Dextrose derives from the total hydrolysis of corn starch (non GMO) and is therefore gluten-free.

How to use

Use Maiday dextrose to gain energy in the form of carbohydrates in various sports drinks, according to a personalized dosage.

Ingredients

Dextrose

Recommendations

Due to its fine texture, this product is likely to agglomerate with time. Store at room temperature, under dry conditions. Keep out of the reach of children.

Nutrition facts

  50 g 100 g
Calories 182 Kcal 364 Kcal
Proteins 0.0 g 0.0 g
Carbohydrates

thereof sugars

45.5 g

45.5 g

91 g

91 g

Lipids 0.0 g 0.0 g

Carbohydrates for sports drinks

For those who want to choose a precise dosage of carbohydrates per kilo of their body weight, Maiday Dextrose provides complex sugars which can be assimilated rapidly and are of high quality which are also suitable for people with gluten intolerance (hydrolysis of corn starch non GMO).

Product description

Maltodextrin is a complex sugar which can be assimilated rapidly – comparable to that of simple sugars. Contrary to common belief, its glycemic index (95) is practically as high as that of dextrose (100). Maiday’s maltodextrin has a low sweetening potential; because of its low osmolarity (osmotic concentration), it causes less gastrointestinal disturbances than simple sugars. Its use is therefore indispensable when seeking to provide an important amount of carbohydrates for a sporting effort.

Maiday Maltodextrin derives from the partial hydrolysis of corn starch (non GMO) and is therefore gluten-free.

How to use

Use Maiday Maltodextrin to gain energy in the form of carbohydrates in various sports drinks, according to a personalized dosage.

Ingredients

Maltodextrin

Recommandations

Due to its fine texture, this product is likely to agglomerate with time. Store at room temperature, under dry conditions. Keep out of the reach of children.

Nutrition facts

  50 g 100 g
Calories

192.5 Kcal

385 Kcal

Proteins 0.0 g 0.0 g

carbohydrates

thereof sugars

48 g

3 g

96 g

6 g

Lipids 0.0 g 0.0 g

Recovery

Finally, here comes the recovery drink every athlete from every discipline has been waiting for. Assimilated with impressive speed and without digestive effort, Maiday Recovery also contains a unique mix of active principles to drastically increase the synthesis of muscular proteins and to protect the body from oxidative stress.

Product description

Maiday Recovery is a new generation recovery drink to be taken after a sporting effort. Its ultra-complete formula contains ingredients of unrivaled quality, allowing a faster and more optimal recovery. Maiday Recovery is assimilated faster than any other recovery drink – in particular thanks to the use of PeptoPro® - and does not require any preliminary digestive process. Besides, Maiday Recovery contains active principles destined to protect the digestive system which is subjected to important stress during a sporting effort.

Maiday Recovery contains

  • Maltodextrin and dextrose for the reconstitution of the glycogen pool
  • PeptoPro® considered to be the most anabolic nutritional supplement ever created (more info on the technical specifications sheet of this product)
  • A nutritional dose of creatine which – besides its known effects on muscles – also has antioxidant, neuroprotective effects and allows a better reabsorption of potassium
  • Glutamine which protects the small intestine by supplying it with energy, but also increases the body’s response to proteins
  • An important quantity of potassium and a small amount of sodium under base forms to prevent body acidification related to a sporting effort
  • A form of magnesium particularly well absorbed by the body
  • Vegetal extracts with powerful antioxidant (direct and indirect), circulatory effects and which at the same time favour healthy intestinal ecology
  • And many more active principles, among which coenzyme vitamins for immediate effect

Suggested use

Mix one dose of Maiday Recovery (88 grams, approx. 8 level scoops) with 300 ml of water. Drink Maiday Recovery as fast as possible after a sporting effort, within 45 minutes ideally. Eating a balanced meal within the following 2 hours is recommended for an optimal recovery. Maiday Recovery is gluten-free.

Recommandations

Daily consumption : 1 dose per day. Do not exceed the recommended dose. To be used as part of a balanced diet. A product containing OPC does not replace a diet offering a wealth of fresh fruits and vegetables. Store at room temperature, in a dry place. Keep out of the reach of children. Can contain traces of lactose.

Ingredients

Dextrose, Maltodextrin, Peptopro® (casein hydrolysate), creatine monohydrate, L-glutamine, potassium citrate, magnesium glycerophosphate, acidity regulator : citric acid, sodium citrate, anticaking agent : silicium dioxyde, colorant : beetroot extract, broccoli sprouts extract, ascorbic acid, fenugreek extract, grape seed extract (OPC), natural strawberry flavoring, D-alpha-tocopherol (natural vit. E), coenzyme Q10, zinc citrate, inositol hexanicotinate (vit. B3), calcium d-pantothenate (vit. B5), pyridoxal-5-phosphate (coenzymated vit. B6), thiamin HCl (vit. B1), riboflavin 5'-phosphate sodium (coenzymated vit. B2)

Nutrition facts

1 dose contient :

Calories

300 Kcal (1270 Kj)

Proteins

11.5g

Carbohydrates

(thereof sugars)

64g

39g

Lipids

<0.2g
Vitamine B1 1.1 mg 100% *RDA
Vitamine B2 0.7 mg 50% *RDA
Vitamine B3 24 mg 150% *RDA
Vitamine B5 12 mg 200% *RDA
Vitamine B6 1.4 mg 100% *RDA
Vitamine C 120 mg 150% *RDA
Vitamine E 24 mg 200% *RDA
Zinc 8.5 mg 85% *RDA
Magnesium 110 mg 28% *RDA
Sodium 254 mg
Potassium 700 mg 35% *RDA
Coenzyme Q10 30 mg
Creatine 3000 mg
L-glutamine 2000 mg
OPC 100 mg

(*RDA = Ration quotidienne conseillée /empfohlene Tagesdosis)

Références

  • T C Welbourne. Increased plasma bicarbonate and growth hormone after an oral glutamine load. Am J Clin Nutr May 1995 61: 1058-61
  • Coëffier, M., Miralles-Barrachina, O., Le Pessot, F., Lalaude, O., Daveau, M., Lavoinne, A., ... & Déchelotte, P. (2001). Influence of glutamine on cytokine production by human gut in vitro. Cytokine, 13(3), 148-154.
  • Dai, Z. L., Li, X. L., Xi, P. B., Zhang, J., Wu, G., & Zhu, W. Y. (2013). l-Glutamine regulates amino acid utilization by intestinal bacteria. Amino acids, 45(3), 501-512.
  • Souba, W. W., Klimberg, V. S., Plumley, D. A., Salloum, R. M., Flynn, T. C., Bland, K. I., & Copeland III, E. M. (1990). The role of glutamine in maintaining a healthy gut and supporting the metabolic response to injury and infection. Journal of Surgical Research, 48(4), 383-391.
  • dos Santos, R. D. G. C., Viana, M. L., Generoso, S. V., Arantes, R. E., Correia, M. I. T. D., & Cardoso, V. N. (2010). Glutamine supplementation decreases intestinal permeability and preserves gut mucosa integrity in an experimental mouse model. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, 34(4), 408-413.
  • Mondello, S., Galuppo, M., Mazzon, E., Domenico, I., Mondello, P., Carmela, A., & Cuzzocrea, S. (2010). Glutamine treatment attenuates the development of ischaemia/reperfusion injury of the gut. European journal of pharmacology, 643(2), 304-315.
  • Cardona, F., Andrés-Lacueva, C., Tulipani, S., Tinahones, F. J., & Queipo-Ortuño, M. I. (2013). Benefits of polyphenols on gut microbiota and implications in human health. The Journal of nutritional biochemistry, 24(8), 1415-1422.
  • SESTILI, Piero, MARTINELLI, C., COLOMBO, E., et al. Creatine as an antioxidant. Amino acids, 2011, vol. 40, no 5, p. 1385-1396.BENTON, David et DONOHOE, Rachel. The influence of creatine supplementation on the cognitive functioning of vegetarians and omnivores. British Journal of Nutrition, 2011, vol. 105, no 07, p. 1100-1105.
  • BRAISSANT, Olivier. Ammonia toxicity to the brain: effects on creatine metabolism and transport and protective roles of creatine. Molecular genetics and metabolism, 2010, vol. 100, p. S53-S58.
  • BEAL, M. Flint. Neuroprotective effects of creatine. Amino Acids, 2011, vol. 40, no 5, p. 1305-1313.
  • CARETTI, Anna, BIANCIARDI, Paola, SALA, Giusy, et al. Supplementation of creatine and ribose prevents apoptosis in ischemic cardiomyocytes. Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry, 2011, vol. 26, no 6, p. 831-838.
  • Saunders, M. J., Luden, N. D., Pratt, C. A., & Moore, R. W. (2006). Carbohydrate and protein hydrolysate beverage improves late-race cycling performance and prevents post-exercise muscle damage. J. Int. Soc. Sports Nutr, 3(1), S20.
  • Hammer, M. C., Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Pratt, C. A., Wagner, T. L., Gloeckner, J. W., ... & Kies, A. K. (2008). Antecedant Macronutrient Intake Does Not Influence Effects of Carbohydrate-Protein Hydrolysate Beverages Consumed During Exercise.: 2435: Board# 18 May 31 9: 30 AM-11: 00 AM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 40(5), S458.
  • Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Pratt, C. A., Hammer, M. C., Lehman, K. L., Mattox, L. B., & Kies, A. K. (2007). Changes in Post‐Exercise Force Production and Soreness Related to Protein Hydrolysate Concentration of Sports Beverages: 2066: Board# 136 May 31 3: 30 PM 5: 00 PM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 39(5), S363.
  • Pratt, C. A., Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Hammer, M. C., Todd, M. K., Flohr, J. A., & Kies, A. K. (2007). Improved Endurance Performance With Carbohydrate‐Protein Hydrolysate Beverage Not Due To Attenuated Central Fatigue: 2062: Board# 132 May 31 3: 30 PM‐5: 00 PM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 39(5), S362.
  • Moore, R. W., Saunders, M. J., Pratt, C. A., Hammer, M. C., Lehman, K. L., Todd, M. K., ... & Kies, A. K. (2007). Improved Time To Exhaustion With Carbohydrate‐Protein Hydrolysate Beverage: 904: June 1 3: 30 PM‐3: 45 PM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 39(5), S89-S90.
  • Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Kies, A. K., Luden, N. D., & Pratt, C. A. (2009). Carbohydrate and Protein Hydrolysate Coingestion's Improvement of Late-Exercise Time-Trial Performance. International journal of sport nutrition & exercise metabolism, 19(2).
  • Beelen, M., Tieland, M., Gijsen, A. P., Vandereyt, H., Kies, A. K., Kuipers, H., ... & van Loon, L. J. (2008). Coingestion of carbohydrate and protein hydrolysate stimulates muscle protein synthesis during exercise in young men, with no further increase during subsequent overnight recovery. The Journal of nutrition, 138(11), 2198-2204.
  • Koopman, R., Crombach, N., Gijsen, A. P., Walrand, S., Fauquant, J., Kies, A. K., ... & van Loon, L. J. (2009). Ingestion of a protein hydrolysate is accompanied by an accelerated in vivo digestion and absorption rate when compared with its intact protein. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 90(1), 106-115.
  • Beelen, M., Koopman, R., Gijsen, A. P., Vandereyt, H., Kies, A. K., Kuipers, H., ... & van Loon, L. J. (2008). Protein coingestion stimulates muscle protein synthesis during resistance-type exercise. American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism, 295(1), E70-E77.
  • Witard, O. C., Turner, J. E., Jackman, S. R., Kies, A. K., Jeukendrup, A. E., Bosch, J. A., & Tipton, K. D. (2013). High dietary protein restores overreaching induced impairments in leukocyte trafficking and reduces the incidence of upper respiratory tract infection in elite cyclists. Brain, behavior, and immunity.
  • Lemus-Mondaca, R., Vega-Gálvez, A., Zura-Bravo, L., & Ah-Hen, K. (2012). < i> Stevia rebaudianaBertoni, source of a high-potency natural sweetener: A comprehensive review on the biochemical, nutritional and functional aspects. Food Chemistry, 132(3), 1121-1132.
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  • Driessens F.C.M. et al. : On formulas for Daily oral magnesium supplementation and some of their side effects. - Magnes Bull (1993), 15(1), 10-12
  • Del Gobbol Liana C. et al. : Serum magnesium: a biomarker of cardiovascular risk revisited?. - Magn. Res. (2012), 25(2), 49-53
  • Günther T. : Comment on the number of Mg2+- activated enzymes. - Magn. Res. (2008), 21(3), 185-187
  • Laires M.J. Et al. : Exercise, magnesium and immune function. - Magn. Res. (2008), 21(2), 92-96

Maiday Team

Finally, here comes a performance drink specifically designed for resistance sports and which does not limit itself to being a pale translation of isotonic formulas made for endurance ! By virtue of its strong concentration in active ingredients – carefully selected to improve the requirements for these kinds of sports – Maiday can be considered as the missing link in the evolution of performance drinks !

Product description :

Maiday Team is a performance drink specifically designed for sports involving a strong component of resistance, therefore high intensity over a relatively short period of time. It is ideal for team sports which imply an alternation between extreme activity and short breaks. Maiday Team is more concentred than an endurance drink and richer in active principles ; the latter have been carefully selected and dosed according to their synergetic effects on the muscle, concentration and to maximize anabolism during the short intervals of recuperation.

Maiday Team contains

High quality carbohydrates – only consisting of glucose and its polymer – for an immediate energy supply (and therefore no sugar source of fructose which the liver cannot process efficiently)

PeptoPro® considered as the most anabolic nutritional supplement ever created and providing all the essential amino acids in a form particularly and immediatly absorbable (more info on the technical sheet of this product)

An additional dose of L-tyrosine which favors optimal concentration

L-carnitine which favors the combustion of fatty acids by mitochondrions in the muscle cells

Creatine which – apart from its known effets on the muscle – also has antioxydant effects and allows better reabsorption of potassium

Sodium and potassium in their base form to buffer acidification related to a sporting effort

A form of magnesium particularly well absorbed by the body, as well as taurine which favors its cellulary retention

A small amount of caffeine (corresponding approximately to a ristretto)

Vegetal extracts with powerful circulatory and antioxydant effects

Vitamins in unconventional forms (notably coenzymated), studied especially for their efficiency and/or their immediate use by the body

Natural colorants, natural flavours and no preservatives

Suggested usage :

Mix one dose of Maiday Recovery (59 grams, approx. 5 level scoops) with 750-1000 ml of water, to be drunk during an effort. Maiday Recovery is gluten-free.

Caution:

To be used as part of a balanced diet. A product containing OPC does not replace a diet offering a wealth of fresh fruits and vegetables. Not suited for women who are pregnant or breast-feeding, children, teenagers and people who are sensitive to caffeine. Store at room temperature, in a dry place. Keep out of the reach of children. Can contain traces of lactose.

Ingrédients :

Dextrose, Peptopro® (casein hydrolysate), Maltodextrin, sodium citrate, magnesium glycerophosphate, potassium citrate, creatine monohydrate, acidity regulator : citric acid, L-tyrosine, L-carnitine, anticaking agent : silicium dioxyde, colorant : beetroot extract, taurine, ascorbic acid, pine bark extract (OPC), cafein, natural strawberry flavoring, inositol hexanicotinate (vit. B3), calcium d-pantothenate (vit. B5), pyridoxal-5-phosphate (coenzymated vit. B6), thiamin HCl (vit. B1), riboflavin 5'-phosphate sodium (coenzymated vit. B2)

Apports Nutritionels :

  1 dose -> 59 g 100 g
Calories 196 Kcal (820Kj) 332 Kcal
Proteins 5 g 8.5 g
Glucides 44 g 75 g
included sugar 40 g 68 g
Lipids 0.0 g 0.0 g
Vitamines    
B1 1.1 mg 100% RDA 1.9 mg
B2 0.7 mg 50% RDA 1.2 mg
B3 16 mg 100% RDA 27 mg
B5 12 mg 200% RDA 20.3 mg
B6 1.4 mg 100% RDA 2.4 mg
C 120 mg 150% RDA 203 mg
Magnésium 190 mg 50% RDA 322 mg
Potassium 400 mg 20% RDA 678 mg
Sodium 500 mg 848 mg
Taurine 200 mg 339 mg
L-glutamine 200 mg 848 mg
L-camitine 600 mg 1017 mg
Creatine 1000 mg 1695 mg
OPC 100 mg 170 mg
Cafeine 50 mg 85 mg

Références :

MAIMOONA, Alya, NAEEM, Ismat, SADDIQE, Zeb, et al. A review on biological, nutraceutical and clinical aspects of French maritime pine bark extract. Journal of ethnopharmacology, 2011, vol. 133, no 2, p. 261-277.

WYLIE, Lee J., KELLY, James, BAILEY, Stephen J., et al. Beetroot juice and exercise: pharmacodynamic and dose-response relationships. Journal of Applied Physiology, 2013, vol. 115, no 3, p. 325-336.

ORMSBEE, Michael J., LOX, J., et ARCIERO, P. J. Beetroot juice and exercise performance. 2013.

SESTILI, Piero, MARTINELLI, C., COLOMBO, E., et al. Creatine as an antioxidant. Amino acids, 2011, vol. 40, no 5, p. 1385-1396.

BENTON, David et DONOHOE, Rachel. The influence of creatine supplementation on the cognitive functioning of vegetarians and omnivores. British Journal of Nutrition, 2011, vol. 105, no 07, p. 1100-1105.

BEAL, M. Flint. Neuroprotective effects of creatine. Amino Acids, 2011, vol. 40, no 5, p. 1305-1313.

CARETTI, Anna, BIANCIARDI, Paola, SALA, Giusy, et al. Supplementation of creatine and ribose prevents apoptosis in ischemic cardiomyocytes. Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry, 2011, vol. 26, no 6, p. 831-838.

href="https://www.dsm.com/content/dam/dsm/foodandbeverages/en_US/documents/PeptoPro-leaflet.pdf?fileaction=openFile">PeptoPro – The performance peptide

Saunders, M. J., Luden, N. D., Pratt, C. A., & Moore, R. W. (2006). Carbohydrate and protein hydrolysate beverage improves late-race cycling performance and prevents post-exercise muscle damage. J. Int. Soc. Sports Nutr, 3(1), S20.

Hammer, M. C., Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Pratt, C. A., Wagner, T. L., Gloeckner, J. W., ... & Kies, A. K. (2008). Antecedant Macronutrient Intake Does Not Influence Effects of Carbohydrate-Protein Hydrolysate Beverages Consumed During Exercise.: 2435: Board# 18 May 31 9: 30 AM-11: 00 AM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 40(5), S458.

Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Pratt, C. A., Hammer, M. C., Lehman, K. L., Mattox, L. B., & Kies, A. K. (2007). Changes in Post‐Exercise Force Production and Soreness Related to Protein Hydrolysate Concentration of Sports Beverages: 2066: Board# 136 May 31 3: 30 PM 5: 00 PM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 39(5), S363.

Pratt, C. A., Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Hammer, M. C., Todd, M. K., Flohr, J. A., & Kies, A. K. (2007). Improved Endurance Performance With Carbohydrate‐Protein Hydrolysate Beverage Not Due To Attenuated Central Fatigue: 2062: Board# 132 May 31 3: 30 PM‐5: 00 PM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 39(5), S362.

Moore, R. W., Saunders, M. J., Pratt, C. A., Hammer, M. C., Lehman, K. L., Todd, M. K., ... & Kies, A. K. (2007). Improved Time To Exhaustion With Carbohydrate‐Protein Hydrolysate Beverage: 904: June 1 3: 30 PM‐3: 45 PM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 39(5), S89-S90.

Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Kies, A. K., Luden, N. D., & Pratt, C. A. (2009). Carbohydrate and Protein Hydrolysate Coingestion's Improvement of Late-Exercise Time-Trial Performance. International journal of sport nutrition & exercise metabolism, 19(2).

Beelen, M., Tieland, M., Gijsen, A. P., Vandereyt, H., Kies, A. K., Kuipers, H., ... & van Loon, L. J. (2008). Coingestion of carbohydrate and protein hydrolysate stimulates muscle protein synthesis during exercise in young men, with no further increase during subsequent overnight recovery. The Journal of nutrition, 138(11), 2198-2204.

Koopman, R., Crombach, N., Gijsen, A. P., Walrand, S., Fauquant, J., Kies, A. K., ... & van Loon, L. J. (2009). Ingestion of a protein hydrolysate is accompanied by an accelerated in vivo digestion and absorption rate when compared with its intact protein. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 90(1), 106-115.

Beelen, M., Koopman, R., Gijsen, A. P., Vandereyt, H., Kies, A. K., Kuipers, H., ... & van Loon, L. J. (2008). Protein coingestion stimulates muscle protein synthesis during resistance-type exercise. American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism, 295(1), E70-E77.

Witard, O. C., Turner, J. E., Jackman, S. R., Kies, A. K., Jeukendrup, A. E., Bosch, J. A., & Tipton, K. D. (2013). High dietary protein restores overreaching induced impairments in leukocyte trafficking and reduces the incidence of upper respiratory tract infection in elite cyclists. Brain, behavior, and immunity.

Moughan, P. J., Fuller, M. F., Han, K. S., Kies, A. K., & Miner-Williams, W. (2007). Food-derived bioactive peptides influence gut function. International journal of sport nutrition & exercise metabolism, 17.

Calbet JA, Holst JJ. Gastric emptying, gastric secretion and enterogastrone response after administration of milk proteins or their peptide hydrolysates in humans. Eur J Nutr. 2004 Jun;43(3):127-39. Epub 2004 Jan 6.

Kraemer W.J. et al. : Androgenic responses to resistance exercise: effects of feeding and L-carnitine. - Med. And Science in Sport and Ex. (2006), 38(7), 1288-1296

Spiering Barry A. Et al. : Responses of Criterion Variables to Different Supplemental Doses of L-Carnitine L-Tartrate. - Jour. of Strength and Cond. Res., 21(1), 259-264

Kraemer, William J. Et al. : L-Carnitine Supplementation: Influence upon Physiological Function. - Cur. Sports Med. Rep. (2008), 7(4), 218-223

Benjamin T. Wall et al. : Chronic oral ingestion of l-carnitine and carbohydrate increases muscle carnitine content and alters muscle fuel metabolism during exercise in humans. - Jour. of Phys. (2011), 589(4), 963-973

Elif Şıktar et al. : Protective role of l-carnitine supplementation against exhaustive exercise induced oxidative stress in rats. - Eur. Jour. of Pharmacology (2011), 668(3), 407-413

Janine Keller et al. : Dietary L-carnitine alters gene expression in skeletal muscle of piglets. - Molecular Nutrition (2011), 55(3), 419-429

Driessens F.C.M. et al. : On formulas for Daily oral magnesium supplementation and some of their side effects. - Magnes Bull (1993), 15(1), 10-12

Del Gobbol Liana C. et al. : Serum magnesium: a biomarker of cardiovascular risk revisited?. - Magn. Res. (2012), 25(2), 49-53

Günther T. : Comment on the number of Mg2+- activated enzymes. - Magn. Res. (2008), 21(3), 185-187

Laires M.J. Et al. : Exercise, magnesium and immune function. - Magn. Res. (2008), 21(2), 92-96

McCarty M.F.  : Complementary vascular-protective actions of magnesium and taurine: A rationale for magnesium taurate. - Medical Hypotheses (1996), 46(2), 89-100

Cuisinier C. et al. : Role of taurine in osmoregulation during endurance exercise. - European journal of applied physiology (2002), 87(6), 489-495

Birdsall T.C. : Therapeutic applications of taurine. - Altern med Rev (1998), 3(2), 128-136

Leklem J.E. and Shultz T.D. : Increased plasma pyridoxal 5'-phosphate and vitamin B6 in male adolescents after 4500-meter run. - Amer J. of Clinic Nutr. (1983), 38(4), 541-548

Guilland J.C. et al. : Vitamin status of young athletes including the effects of supplementation. - Med Sci Sports Exerc. (1989), 21(4), 441-449

Tumilty L et al. : tyrosine supplementation improves exercise capacity in the heat. - Eur J Appl Physiol. (2011), 111(12), 2941-50

Pierre Moreau : La  micronutrition en biologie et en pratique clinique. - Lavoisier Tech & Doc, 1993

Jean-Paul Curtay : Nutrithérapie, bases scientifiques et pratique médicale. - Testez Editions, 2006

Marianne Mousain-Bosc : La solution magnésium – Thierry Souccar Editions, 2010

Maiday Trail

Ultra-endurance athletes are always ready to undertake the most daring challenges ! Their bodies being subjected to enormous and most importantly very specific constraints, it is time a sporting drink be specifically devoted to these extreme sports !

Product description :

Maiday Trail is a sporting drink specifically developped for ultra-endurance. It has been designed to improve the normal adaptations of the body to these extraordinary efforts, notably by optimizing the recycling of essential minerals and the energetic metabolism, as well as increazing digestive tolerance – while maintaining the integrity of the small intestine (which is especially strained during long sport events). With Maiday Trail, you will also win thanks to your stomach ! And If you can move mountains you can move molehills, this drink will also accompagny you during more reasonable endurance efforts !

Maiday Trail contains

High quality carbohydrates – only consisting of glucose and its polymer – for an immediate energy supply and the preservation of the glycogene pool (and therefore no sugar source of fructose which the liver cannot process efficiently)

PeptoPro® considered as the most anabolic nutritional supplement ever created and providing all the essential amino acids in a form particularly and immediatly assimilable (more info on the technical sheet of this product)

L-carnitine which favors the combustion of fatty acids by mitochondrions in the muscle cells

L-glutamine which increases the body’s response to proteins, induces an increased release of bicarbonates to better buffer acidity produced during a sporting effort and which protects the integrity of the small intestine (as the main source of enery of the enterocytes)

Sodium and potassium in their base form to buffer acidification related to a sporting effort

du sodium et du potassium sous des formes basiques pour tamponner l'acidification liée à l'effort

A form of magnesium particularly well absorbed by the body, as well as taurine which favors its cellulary retention

Vegetal extracts with powerful antioxydant (directs and indirects) and circulatory effects, which also favors a sane intestine ecology

Vitamins in unconventional forms (notably coenzymated), studied especially for their efficiency and/or their immediate use by the body

Natural colorants, natural flavours and no preservatives

Suggested usage :

Mix one dose of Maiday Recovery (65 grams, approx. 6 level scoops) with 750 ml of water, to be drunk during an effort. Maiday Recovery is gluten-free.

Caution:

To be used as part of a balanced diet. A product containing OPC does not replace a diet offering a wealth of fresh fruits and vegetables. Store at room temperature, in a dry place. Keep out of the reach of children. Can contain traces of lactose.

Ingredients :

Dextrose, Maltodextrin, Peptopro® (casein hydrolysate), sodium citrate, magnesium glycerophosphate, L-glutamine, acidity regulator : citric acid, potassium citrate, colorant : beetroot extract, anticaking agent : silicium dioxyde, L-carnitine, taurine, broccoli sprout extract, ascorbic acid, pine bark extract (OPC), grape seed extract (OPC), rosemary extract, natural strawberry flavoring, inositol hexanicotinate (vit. B3), calcium d-pantothenate (vit. B5), pyridoxal-5-phosphate (coenzymated vit. B6), thiamin HCl (vit. B1), riboflavin 5'-phosphate sodium (coenzymated vit. B2)

Nutrition facts :

  1 dose -> 59 g 100 g
Calories 196 Kcal (820Kj) 332 Kcal
Proteins 5 g 8.5 g
Glucides 44 g 75 g
included sugar 40 g 68 g
Lipides 0.0 g 0.0 g
Vitamines    
B1 1.1 mg 100% RDA 1.9 mg
B2 0.7 mg 50% RDA 1.2 mg
B3 16 mg 100% RDA 27 mg
B5 12 mg 200% RDA 20.3 mg
B6 1.4 mg 100% RDA 2.4 mg
C 120 mg 150% RDA 203 mg
Magnesium 190 mg 50% RDA 322 mg
Potassium 400 mg 20% RDA 678 mg
Sodium 500 mg 848 mg
Taurine 200 mg 339 mg
L-glutamine 200 mg 848 mg
L-camitine 600 mg 1017 mg
Creatine 1000 mg 1695 mg
OPC 100 mg 170 mg
Cafein 50 mg 85 mg

Références :

MAIMOONA, Alya, NAEEM, Ismat, SADDIQE, Zeb, et al. A review on biological, nutraceutical and clinical aspects of French maritime pine bark extract. Journal of ethnopharmacology, 2011, vol. 133, no 2, p. 261-277.

WYLIE, Lee J., KELLY, James, BAILEY, Stephen J., et al. Beetroot juice and exercise: pharmacodynamic and dose-response relationships. Journal of Applied Physiology, 2013, vol. 115, no 3, p. 325-336.

ORMSBEE, Michael J., LOX, J., et ARCIERO, P. J. Beetroot juice and exercise performance. 2013.

SESTILI, Piero, MARTINELLI, C., COLOMBO, E., et al. Creatine as an antioxidant. Amino acids, 2011, vol. 40, no 5, p. 1385-1396.

BENTON, David et DONOHOE, Rachel. The influence of creatine supplementation on the cognitive functioning of vegetarians and omnivores. British Journal of Nutrition, 2011, vol. 105, no 07, p. 1100-1105.

BEAL, M. Flint. Neuroprotective effects of creatine. Amino Acids, 2011, vol. 40, no 5, p. 1305-1313.

CARETTI, Anna, BIANCIARDI, Paola, SALA, Giusy, et al. Supplementation of creatine and ribose prevents apoptosis in ischemic cardiomyocytes. Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry, 2011, vol. 26, no 6, p. 831-838.

href="https://www.dsm.com/content/dam/dsm/foodandbeverages/en_US/documents/PeptoPro-leaflet.pdf?fileaction=openFile">PeptoPro – The performance peptide

Saunders, M. J., Luden, N. D., Pratt, C. A., & Moore, R. W. (2006). Carbohydrate and protein hydrolysate beverage improves late-race cycling performance and prevents post-exercise muscle damage. J. Int. Soc. Sports Nutr, 3(1), S20.

Hammer, M. C., Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Pratt, C. A., Wagner, T. L., Gloeckner, J. W., ... & Kies, A. K. (2008). Antecedant Macronutrient Intake Does Not Influence Effects of Carbohydrate-Protein Hydrolysate Beverages Consumed During Exercise.: 2435: Board# 18 May 31 9: 30 AM-11: 00 AM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 40(5), S458.

Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Pratt, C. A., Hammer, M. C., Lehman, K. L., Mattox, L. B., & Kies, A. K. (2007). Changes in Post‐Exercise Force Production and Soreness Related to Protein Hydrolysate Concentration of Sports Beverages: 2066: Board# 136 May 31 3: 30 PM 5: 00 PM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 39(5), S363.

Pratt, C. A., Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Hammer, M. C., Todd, M. K., Flohr, J. A., & Kies, A. K. (2007). Improved Endurance Performance With Carbohydrate‐Protein Hydrolysate Beverage Not Due To Attenuated Central Fatigue: 2062: Board# 132 May 31 3: 30 PM‐5: 00 PM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 39(5), S362.

Moore, R. W., Saunders, M. J., Pratt, C. A., Hammer, M. C., Lehman, K. L., Todd, M. K., ... & Kies, A. K. (2007). Improved Time To Exhaustion With Carbohydrate‐Protein Hydrolysate Beverage: 904: June 1 3: 30 PM‐3: 45 PM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 39(5), S89-S90.

Saunders, M. J., Moore, R. W., Kies, A. K., Luden, N. D., & Pratt, C. A. (2009). Carbohydrate and Protein Hydrolysate Coingestion's Improvement of Late-Exercise Time-Trial Performance. International journal of sport nutrition & exercise metabolism, 19(2).

Beelen, M., Tieland, M., Gijsen, A. P., Vandereyt, H., Kies, A. K., Kuipers, H., ... & van Loon, L. J. (2008). Coingestion of carbohydrate and protein hydrolysate stimulates muscle protein synthesis during exercise in young men, with no further increase during subsequent overnight recovery. The Journal of nutrition, 138(11), 2198-2204.

Koopman, R., Crombach, N., Gijsen, A. P., Walrand, S., Fauquant, J., Kies, A. K., ... & van Loon, L. J. (2009). Ingestion of a protein hydrolysate is accompanied by an accelerated in vivo digestion and absorption rate when compared with its intact protein. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 90(1), 106-115.

Beelen, M., Koopman, R., Gijsen, A. P., Vandereyt, H., Kies, A. K., Kuipers, H., ... & van Loon, L. J. (2008). Protein coingestion stimulates muscle protein synthesis during resistance-type exercise. American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism, 295(1), E70-E77.

Witard, O. C., Turner, J. E., Jackman, S. R., Kies, A. K., Jeukendrup, A. E., Bosch, J. A., & Tipton, K. D. (2013). High dietary protein restores overreaching induced impairments in leukocyte trafficking and reduces the incidence of upper respiratory tract infection in elite cyclists. Brain, behavior, and immunity.

Moughan, P. J., Fuller, M. F., Han, K. S., Kies, A. K., & Miner-Williams, W. (2007). Food-derived bioactive peptides influence gut function. International journal of sport nutrition & exercise metabolism, 17.

Calbet JA, Holst JJ. Gastric emptying, gastric secretion and enterogastrone response after administration of milk proteins or their peptide hydrolysates in humans. Eur J Nutr. 2004 Jun;43(3):127-39. Epub 2004 Jan 6.

Kraemer W.J. et al. : Androgenic responses to resistance exercise: effects of feeding and L-carnitine. - Med. And Science in Sport and Ex. (2006), 38(7), 1288-1296

Spiering Barry A. Et al. : Responses of Criterion Variables to Different Supplemental Doses of L-Carnitine L-Tartrate. - Jour. of Strength and Cond. Res., 21(1), 259-264

Kraemer, William J. Et al. : L-Carnitine Supplementation: Influence upon Physiological Function. - Cur. Sports Med. Rep. (2008), 7(4), 218-223

Benjamin T. Wall et al. : Chronic oral ingestion of l-carnitine and carbohydrate increases muscle carnitine content and alters muscle fuel metabolism during exercise in humans. - Jour. of Phys. (2011), 589(4), 963-973

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