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ATP reformulates Infrared just in time for the new year

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Just in time for the new year, the Australian supplement company ATP Science has put together a new and improved version of its pre, intra, and post-workout formula Infrared. The brand hasn’t made too many changes, however the few that it has made are definitely significant and will likely be noticed by fans.

In terms of ingredients, ATP has switched up two main features for its new Infrared. The product has had its dimethylgycine (DMG) removed and replaced by betaine, and been given a new carbohydrate blend with a 26g combination of high molecular weight rice amylopectin, honey (fructose), glucose and maltodextrin to keep the honey as a powder until you dissolve it, beetroot juice, and dextrose.

The only other change ATP has made to the peri-workout is that product has also been put together with new flavors, or technically one flavor and one not flavored. The updated Infrared’s options are the fruit recipe Wild Berry, and the always convenient Raw, which is the brand’s unflavored effort.

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