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HEED - Usage Guidelines


Application:

HEED may be used as the sole fuel during exercise lasting up to two hours, fulfilling all your calorie and fluid requirements, and most-to-all of your electrolyte needs. HEED may also be used as a partial source of calories and electrolytes when exercising for periods in excess of two hours.

Mixing / Usage Instructions:

Mix the suggested amount of HEED for your body weight (see chart below) in 16-24 ounces of water. Sip continuously during exercise.

Suggested Doses by Body Weight*:
  • 0 - 120 lbs (approx 54.5 kg) - up to 1 scoop/hr. This provides 105 calories.
  • 120-155 lbs (approx 54.5-70 kg) - 1 to 1.5 scoops/hr. This provides 105 to 157.5 calories.
  • 155-190 lbs (approx 70-86 kg) - 2 to 2.5 scoops/hr. This provides 210 to 262.5 calories.
  • 190+ lbs (86+ kg) - up to 2.75 scoops/hr. This provides approx 289 calories.
*These are estimated doses. Each athlete should determine in training, under a variety of conditions, their personal optimum.

Usage Suggestions:

HEED may be used as the sole fuel during exercise lasting up to two hours, fulfilling all your calorie and fluid requirements, and most-to-all of your electrolyte needs. HEED may also be used as a partial source of calories and electrolytes when exercising for periods in excess of two hours.

Notes:

When training sessions or races go much longer than two hours, select either Perpetuem or Sustained Energy as your primary fuel source. In these instances, HEED can still be used intermittently for variety as long as your total hourly caloric intake does not exceed your training determined maximum.

Each scoop of HEED contains the equivalent amount of electrolytes as 1 Endurolytes capsule, or 1 scoop of Endurolytes Powder, or approximately 1/2 tablet of Enduroytes Fizz. For many athletes, under normal conditions, one or two scoops of HEED will completely fulfill electrolyte requirements. When heat stress increases significantly, you will need to consume additional Endurolytes, Endurolytes Powder, or Endurolytes Fizz.

* It is believed that xylitol is unsafe for consumption by dogs; therefore, we do not recommend you feed your dog any products that contain xylitol, nor any products that are made for human consumption.

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