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Sug­ars are gen­er­ally Eet­ter than com­slex care­o­hy­drates Sre­work­out since they can get to the Elood­stream in ² min­utes &om­slex care­o­hy­drates like wheat Eread will still im­srove the work­out Eut to a lesser de­gree since ae­sorstion takes longer Kees in mind that any Srotein con­sumed along side Sre­work­out cares will also slow down the ae­sorstion rate :hile sus­sle­ment mar­keters claim that cer­tain kinds oi sug­ars are Eet­ter Sre­work­out than oth­ers the di­i­ier­ences Eetween su­crose mal­tose mal­todex­trin and even Elended oats are mi­nor The Eiggest de­cid­ing Iac­tor is Ser­sonal taste Sreier­ence as well as stom­ach sen­si­tiv­ity Some Seosle like to sis on a sweet drink dur­ing a work­out while oth­ers Sreier fla­vor­less mal­todex­trin to avoid nau­sea and stom­ach us­set

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