Recoverite vs. Chocolate Milk
Fuel for Thought
One 8-oz. serving of whole chocolate milk contains about 26 grams of carbohydrates; nearly all of those carbs (24 grams) are in the form of sugars (sucrose, lactose, and high fructose corn syrup)*
One serving contains 8 grams of protein.
Over 80% of the protein in chocolate milk is in the form of casein. With a mediocre Biological Value rating of 77 (a measure of it bioavailability), casein is a poor protein for recovery.
Whole chocolate milk contains nearly 8 grams of fat.
*Chocolate milk nutrition facts from nutritiondata.self.com
One serving (2 scoops) contains 33 grams of carbohydrates, nearly all of it in the form of the healthy, complex carbohydrate maltodextrin and just 3 grams of sugar.
One serving contains 10 grams of protein.
Protein comes from pure, 100% whey protein isolate, considered ideal for recovery. Pure whey protein isolate has a BV rating of 154 and is rich in branched chain amino acids, used for muscle tissue repair.
Contains no fat whatsoever.
PLUS: Glutamine-fortified to help restore muscle glycogen and speed recovery.
IT’S WHAT’S INSIDE THAT COUNTS!
You read labels at the grocery store, and you should do the same when it comes to sports nutrition. What you consume before, during, and after exercise is just as important as what’s on the dinner table. Skip the simple sugars, excess sodium, and questionable additives found in other products. With Hammer Nutrition you can rest assured you are putting only the finest endurance fuels and supplements into your body. Fuel Right, Feel Great!®