Science of Cognitive Fueling

The Benefits Are Clear

Carb-rinsing was discovered in the groundbreaking science lab of Asker Jeukendrup in 2004. Since then, extensive trials have proven that carb-rinsing activates neural pathways that deliver energy to your body instantly.

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Performance

  • Immediate boost in power output
  • Improves resistance training session performance
  • Increases running speed
  • Decreases fatigue
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Cognitive Function

  • Improves accuracy
  • Enhances concentration
  • Increases reaction speeds and motor control
  • Decreases exercise-induced decline in central function
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Well-Being

  • Activates motivation, reward, and pleasure centers of the brain
  • Provides an immediate will-power boost
  • Promotes positivity
  • Reduces the risk of exercise-induced gastrointestinal (GI) distress
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Science of Cognitive Fueling

Sports-Specific Benefits

Cycling

Cycling

Immediately boosts your power output, improves

endurance capacity, and increases motivation during high-intensity cycling.

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Running

Running

Increases running speed, increases distance covered, reduces risk of exercise-induced gastrointestinal (GI) distress, and decreases fatigue.

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Precision Sports

Precision Sports

Improves accuracy, particularly late in competition when fatigue is likely to occur, increases reaction speeds and motor control. Improves focus and concentration.

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Strength

Strength

Immediate boost in strength , improves jump height, bench presses and squat repetitions. Decreases fatigue.

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Researching Sports Nutrition?

The Unit-PINES Research Award Program

We strive to foster science by supporting researchers around the world in their mission to further sport and exercise nutrition. In particular, we’re focused on research related to mouth-rinsing and behavioral neuroscience.

We’re offering a $2,500 grant to support a graduate student, postdoc or faculty member conducting research relating to "cognitive fueling." An incremental $1,000 travel budget will be awarded to the winner, should their research be accepted for presentation at ACSM, ECSS or ISENC.

Please email us to apply and for all Terms & Conditions: team@unitnutrition.com

Deadline: December 1st, 2020