e-Fuel vs

Cytomax uses artificial flavors, sugar substitutes and is more than 50% sugars. e-Fuel is all natural (no stomach problems), has nearly twice the complex carbohydrates, half the sugars and 50% more electrolytes and more vitamins and antioxidants

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Cytomax Canister

Calories (8 oz) 80 68
Complex Carbs 14 g 6.5 g
Carb Sources Malto-
Sugars 29% 55%

e-Fuel has twice the complex carbs of Cytomax, while Cytomax is 55% simple sugars. This makes a big difference … watch this video to see why.

Stomach Issues e-Fuel Cytomax
Sugar Substitutes None Stevia
Flavors 100% Natural Natural and Artificial
According to WebMD: Stevia (found in Cytomax) and chemicals contained in stevia, including stevioside and rebaudioside A, can cause bloating or nausea. Other people have reported feelings of dizziness, muscle pain, and numbness. Using ingredients that cause stomach distress is the last thing that an athlete would want to deal with, so none of these ingredients are found in e-Fuel or e-Gel.

Electrolytes e-Fuel Cytomax
Sodium 150 mg 90 mg
Potassium 60 mg 45 mg
Electrolytes are critical to maintain hydration and to avoid cramping and injuries. e-Fuel has approximately 50% more electrolytes than Cytomax.

Citrates e-Fuel Cytomax
Sodium Citrate
Potassium Citrate
Citric Acid
Citrates assist in the carbohydrate to energy conversion process as well as reduce and slow the build-up of lactic acid in your muscles.

Antioxidants e-Fuel Cytomax
Vitamin E 60% 0%
Vitamin C 60% 75%
Antioxidant vitamins C and E help protect against tissue damage, reduce soreness and aid in the recovery process.

Other Ingredients e-Fuel Cytomax
Vitamin B6 10% 0%
Vitamin B6 assists in the energy conversion process