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Gaspari moving back to its original GlycoFuse formula powered by HBCD

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Following yesterday’s news from Gaspari Nutrition regarding the rebrand of its testosterone booster Viradex XT, we have news on another supplement from the brand getting a bit of an update. It is Gaspari’s carbohydrate product GlycoFuse receiving the attention this time around, which has been given a bit of a makeover, as you can see in the image above, but that’s not all.

To go with the cosmetic refresh, Gaspari Nutrition has made a slight formulation change to GlycoFuse, although its overall purpose and intentions remain the same. Currently, the supplement combines premium electrolytes to support hydration as well as two quality carbohydrate sources in Cluster Dextrin HBCD and Carb10, providing a total of 25g of carbs per serving.

The new version of Gaspari Nutrition’s GlycoFuse is simply switching to only Cluster Dextrin to provide that 25g of carbohydrates, as opposed to 15g from Cluster Dextrin and 10g from Carb10. Relying exclusively on Cluster Dextrin is actually what the original GlycoFuse did, so it’s sort of a return rather than a reformulation and is due to be out and available on the market soon.