Enerfuel® Liquid 300 ml - One Shot

Enerfuel® Liquid 300 ml - One Shot

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Enerfuel® Liquid is a next-generation dietary supplement that takes the value of supplementation to a new level to support intense and sustained performance, in the form of a convenient, ready-to-use, fast-acting bottle.

Enerfuel® Liquid is the result of constant study and research by the Alphazer® R&D department, which has the invaluable support of many athletes who, through continuous monitoring and feedback, can directly create products that meet their key needs in their quest for ever-higher performance. This starts with managing blood sugar levels to achieve greater energy stability and clarity, further enhanced by the energy boost provided by caffeine. The combination of these components also promotes better oxygenation of the working muscles, rapid removal of lactic acid but without ceasing to support hydration, an extremely important factor in maintaining the most consistent performance possible.

Enerfuel® Liquid makes use of a range of top-quality nutrients and new-generation active elements unparalleled on the market, such as: Isomaltulose Palatinose®, Cyclodextrin Cluster Dextrin®, L-Citrulline, Beta-Alanine, Taurine, Freeze-dried Coconut Water, Caffeine, Watt'sUp®, Pycnogenol®, and Glycerol. Let's take a look at their characteristics in detail.

Cyclodextrins (Cluster Dextrin®) are now the most innovative form of carbohydrate to be taken before/during/after performance. This highly advanced form of carbohydrate, which has brought about a real revolution in sports supplementation, is made up of special glucose polymers, derived from the reaction between amylopectin and a specific enzyme. This allows the formation of glucose polymers with a very particular cyclic structure, with exceptional utilisation characteristics and an average molecular weight of 160,000 Daltons. In addition, these polymers have a very low osmolarity, which favours very rapid gastric emptying and equally rapid intestinal absorption. Energy is then released gradually, providing 'ready-to-use' energy. Post-workout, cyclodextrins are used to optimise muscle glycogen recovery and stimulate the absorption of amino acids by the muscle (so that protein synthesis is also indirectly improved).
Thanks to the characteristics listed above, Cyclodextrins are the most soluble and rapidly absorbable form of the new generation of carbohydrate, compared to any other source (such as maltodextrins and glucose/dextrose). They also have an additional advantage: long-lasting energy support, which will be sustained steadily over time, without incurring glycaemic spikes and 'crashes' and without raising insulin levels excessively. These problems, together with the limitations of gastrointestinal disorders, have in the past often limited the use of carbohydrates during training.

Isomaltulose (Palatinose™) is a carbohydrate, a disaccharide formed from glucose and fructose. It is naturally present, albeit in rather low concentrations, in honey and cane sugar syrup. It is produced using modern enzymatic conversion techniques from sucrose and, like sucrose, is fully digested in the intestine. A particular structural feature is that the bonds of the molecules forming isomaltulose (alpha(a)-1,6-glycosidic acid) are more stable than those of the molecules in sucrose. This is why this disaccharide is highly appreciated by sportsmen and women who want to maintain optimum performance: blood glucose and insulin levels rise much less than when other sugars are consumed. The special bond between its two components (fructose and glucose) slows down the rate of absorption. Subsequently, our intestinal disaccharidases, enzymes capable of breaking the bond between the two sugars, promote the absorption and bioavailability of the individual compounds. However, this process is much slower than for other, better-known sugars (such as sucrose). As a result, blood glucose and insulin levels will rise much less and without fluctuation, thus widening the time span of the blood glucose curve. This makes isomaltulose a slow-release energy source, capable of sustaining the body during prolonged and sustained training sessions, without incurring drops in performance due to hypoglycaemia or being affected and compromised by annoying gastrointestinal disorders (frequent with the use of other simple sugars). The effects of this disaccharide are confirmed both by scientific literature and directly by athletes in the field.

L-Citrulline is a non-essential amino acid, named after the fruit from which this substance was first isolated (watermelon, Latin for 'citrullus'). It performs important functions in the body, as a key intermediate in the urea cycle, where superfluous amino groups are removed. The urea cycle is a cycle of biochemical reactions that produces urea from ammonia, a substance that is 'toxic' to the body. Its accumulation also hinders the formation of muscle glycogen and promotes fatigue. The production of urea, enhanced by the introduction of Citrulline, is therefore essential for the elimination of these waste substances, which can affect the performance of athletes. Citrulline is also known to stimulate vasodilation, as it is converted into L-arginine, resulting in massive production of nitric oxide (NO). NO is a powerful molecule which dilates blood vessels to allow muscles to receive more oxygen and nutrients, while at the same time removing metabolic waste products. Citrulline is also known for its antioxidant effects, and from recent experimental studies, also for its anabolic and anti-catabolic activities.


Beta-Alanine is a non-essential amino acid, well known in the sporting world for its efficacy and credibility, backed up by excellent confirmation in numerous scientific studies. Once taken, β-alanine is combined with L-histidine to synthesise Carnosine, a dipeptide which is the real player in the 'buffer' effect on lactate. Beta Alanine supplementation has been shown to raise levels of this molecule in muscles by 80%, where it will act as a neutralising agent against hydrogen ions. In practical terms, it will reduce the build-up of unpleasant lactic acid in the muscles, while also significantly reducing muscle fatigue. Beta-Alanine is also an excellent antioxidant, useful against the formation of free radicals produced by exercise. Supplementation with this amino acid leads to increases in strength performance, and is recommended not only for training aimed at body building or power sports, but also in sports with sprints or changes in intensity (such as cycling, athletics, crossfit or triathlon). Supplementation for these types of sport leads to increased performance, proving to be a powerful support in curbing fatigue and disposing of lactic acid. Beta-Alanine supplementation has also been shown to help prevent muscle decline (sarcopenia) in older people.


Taurine is a conditionally essential amino acid, known in sports supplementation as it helps reduce oxidative damage induced by intense exercise. It promotes better peripheral oxygenation, as well as combating the build-up of lactic acid, helping to maintain more efficient muscle contractility, even during intense exercise. Its action intervenes in neurotransmission, membrane stabilisation and neurological development, delaying the onset of central fatigue and muscle fatigue. Taurine also plays a key role in the synthesis of bile acids, and is important for vision and eye health.


Coconut water has proved to be an excellent ally for sportsmen and women for hydrogen-saline replenishment and for its excellent thirst-quenching properties, containing a high concentration of highly bioavailable minerals. It contains a high concentration of highly bioavailable minerals. In particular, it contains high quantities of potassium (600 mg per litre, twice as much as a banana), as well as magnesium, sodium, calcium, phosphorus, manganese, zinc and iron. It is a very valuable food, fat-free, cholesterol-free and with very little sugar.


Caffeine is the most historically used natural ergogenic substance in sport, helping to increase resistance to fatigue and improve performance by increasing tolerance to fatigue and pain thresholds and also improving concentration. It is a psychostimulant substance capable of improving performance by promoting the use of fats as fuel, saving glucose reserves. It affects so many biological reactions and, although its effects on the body are numerous, most of them are due to its stimulant effects. A caffeine intake level of up to 400mg per day poses no safety problems in adults, but rather has a positive effect on the performance of most athletes.


Watt'sUp® is a bioflavonoid derived from the sweet orange in hesperidin. It is used for its properties in all types of sporting activity, from strength sports to endurance sports, due to its ability to make the action of the mitochondria, our cellular 'powerhouse', more efficient. By generating more ATP at constant oxygen levels, this translates into greater energy, aerobic endurance and anaerobic power. It also improves tissue oxygenation and has antioxidant and antiphlogistic effects.


Pycnogenol® is a patented mixture of antioxidant substances extracted mainly from French maritime pine bark. It is one of the most powerful antioxidant complexes in nature, as well as having a number of properties beneficial to various other aspects of health. In the field of sports performance, it is used not only as a powerful antioxidant against free radicals produced by exercise, but also to improve resistance to fatigue, bringing a marked improvement in vascular microcirculation, capillary resistance and peripheral tissue oxygenation.


Glycerol, or glycerine, is a chemical compound consisting of two primary alcohol groups and a secondary alcohol group, and is known in sports as a hyperhydrating agent with osmotic properties. It is used to prevent and alleviate states of dehydration with negative consequences on performance (but also on the athlete's overall health). It is particularly popular with cyclists, marathon runners or athletes facing long-distance races and/or adverse weather conditions, where it is easy to become dehydrated. Glycerol acts on several fronts and once taken orally, it moves rapidly through the body fluids before being metabolised, and increases the osmotic pressure and total volume of water in the body through the process of 'osmosis'. This happens because water is able to diffuse through body membranes in response to changes in osmotic pressure. These changes are often caused by an imbalance between molecules on either side of the membrane in question (in humans most commonly salt and water), and the body is well-calibrated in maintaining intracellular osmotic pressure. In fact, cells adjust their volume to account for external pressure shifts. In raising the osmotic pressure within the body fluids, glycerol over a period of time draws in and retains a greater influx of water throughout the body (until it is physiologically metabolised), as if it were a 'pump', effectively increasing its overall volume. In this way, the body not only retains more water resulting in 'hyperhydration', but will also use fluids more efficiently for thermoregulation, promoting hydration of the muscles during physical exertion.


Benefits of our supplement


Why choose Enerfuel LIQUID?
- Ideal for supporting sustained performance;
- No risk of glycaemic dips or spikes;
- Antioxidant action;
- Improves cognitive ability and concentration during training;
- Ensures energy supply for your sports activities;
- Hydrating effect and support for hydrosaline balance;
- Perfect for supporting and maximising physical exertion;
- Complete and effective mix of differently-released carbohydrates;
- Practical, ready-to-use bottle that you can carry with you at all times.


When and how to take it

1 bottle of 300 ml per day. Shake well before use. Depending on individual goals, it can be taken pre-workout (about 30 minutes before) or during performance to maximise performance.



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Nutritional information

Nutrition information (Tropical) Per daily dose (300 ml)
Per 100 ml
Energy 394 kJ / 92 kcal 131 kJ / 31 kcal
Fat 0 g 0 g
of which saturates 0 g 0 g
Carbohydrates 21 g 7,1 g
of which sugars 6 g 2 g
Fibre 0 g 0 g
Protein 0 g 0 g
Salt 0,02 g 0 g
Other substances per daily dose (300 ml)    
Isomaltulosio (Palatinose®) 5 g  
Highly Branched Cyclodextrins (Cluster Dextrin®) 5 g  
L-citrulline 3000 mg  
Beta Alanine 1500 mg  
Taurine 1000 mg  
Powdered coconut water 500 mg  
Caffeine 200 mg  
Esperidin (Watt'sUp®) 200 mg  
dry extract of lion's mane 200 mg  
of which polysaccharides 60 mg  
of which beta-glucans 30 mg  
Dry extract of maritime pine (Pycnogenol®) 40 mg  
of which procyanidins 26 mg  
Ingredients: water, orange juice, isomaltulose * Palatinose ™, highly branched cyclodextrin Cluster Dextrin ™, L-citrulline, beta-alanine, taurine, flavors, natural flavoring, coconut water powder (Cocos nucifera L., fruit), acidifier: tartaric acid; preservatives: sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate, hesperidin (from sweet orange fruit Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck) WATT'S UP®, dry extract of lion's mane (Hericium erinaceus (Bull.) Pers., sporophore) 30% polysaccharides and 15% beta-glucans, caffeine, sweetener: sucralose, dry extract of maritime pine Pycnogenol® (Pinus pinaster Ait., bark) 65% procyanidins.
* Isomaltulose is a source of glucose and fructose.

Directions: 1 bottle of 300ml per day. Shake well before use.


do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Food supplements are not intended as a substitute for a varied diet. A varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are important. Keep out of reach of children under three years of age. Do not exceed the total daily dose of 400 mg caffeine from all sources. Contains caffeine. Not recommended for children, during pregnancy and lactation. Do not use during pregnancy and in children, or for prolonged periods without medical advice.
Store in a cool, dry place. Avoid exposure to heat and sunlight.

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