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Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Thai Energy Gels: Ammo and Active Peak Review

As long-distance Trail runner and dedicated hiker, I understand the importance of replenishing energy stores during intense training sessions and demanding races. That’s why I set out to explore two Thai energy gels: Ammo and Active Peak. These local brands have been gaining recognition in the Asian market, and I was eager to put them to the test.

Ammo

Let’s start with Ammo. What immediately caught my attention about Ammo Energy Gel is its commitment to using natural ingredients. As someone who believes that food should be sourced from the kitchen rather than the lab, this philosophy resonated with me. Loaded with a blend of high-energy and nutrient-rich fruits, Ammo provides a fast and sustained release of carbohydrates, giving endurance athletes like us the fuel we need to keep pushing forward. The taste? Absolutely delightful! It felt like indulging in a high-energy fruit puree, with each pack providing the equivalent of eating two bananas. Plus, the addition of coconut nectar and milled chia seeds not only stabilizes carbohydrate absorption but also adds an extra dose of essential nutrients like omega-3 and amino acids. Ammo is a real food energy gel that truly delivers on taste and performance. You can read a dedicated write up about Ammo Here

Active Peak

Now, let’s dive into Active Peak Energy Gel. This gel stands out with its inclusion of Cluster Dextrin, an innovative energy booster from Glico, Japan. This molecular breakthrough offers superior properties compared to maltodextrin, providing a lasting power that keeps you going for up to 1.5 times longer. During my hikes and runs, I felt a real kick from Active Peak, similar to the energy surge one experiences after having a Red Bull. It became my go-to gel when I needed an extra boost during those grueling 25-kilometer runs. With added BCAA (branched-chain amino acids) to stimulate muscle protein synthesis and potassium and sodium to replenish lost minerals, Active Peak covers all the bases. The gel comes in two enticing flavors: Mixed Fruits and Tropical. Easy to eat and not sticky, it’s designed for convenience during exercise, allowing you to stay focused on your performance. You can read a dedicated write up about Active Peak Here

I must say that I enjoyed both Ammo and Active Peak for different reasons. Ammo’s natural taste and nutrient-rich composition make it a winner for those seeking a truly authentic and nourishing energy gel experience. On the other hand, Active Peak’s inclusion of Cluster Dextrin and additional performance-boosting ingredients provides a significant kick when you need it most. It’s like having a trusted companion pushing you beyond your limits.

 

I commend these Thai brands for delivering world-class energy gels that rival international counterparts. They’ve taken the needs of endurance athletes to heart and crafted products that not only fuel our bodies but also contribute to our overall enjoyment of the outdoors. It’s fantastic to see Thai companies stepping up and making their mark in the Asian market.

So, whether you’re planning a long trail run or embarking on an epic hiking adventure, consider trying Ammo and Active Peak. These Thai-made energy gels offer a convenient and efficient way to replenish your energy stores, giving you the boost you need to conquer any challenge that comes your way. Fuel up, push your limits, and let the trail be your guide.

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Asa Marsh
Asa Marshhttps://www.asialifestylemagazine.com/
Serial Entrepreneur and Founder of Asia Lifestyle Magazine.Originally from the UK, Asa Marsh has been based in Asia for many years. Well known for guiding his Real Estate and Lifestyle company Easy Living Phuket to win the title of “Top 10 Real Estate Agency - Southeast Asia” in 2018.
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