Rilose has a high rate of digestion which will in turn will cause a greater insulin spike, thus helping nutrients, specifically peptides travel through the blood stream faster causing a greater recovery rate. And of course this means a greater increase of muscle growth.
A high quality carbohydrate made from brown rice. The brown rice carb is 97% glucose making digestion of this product almost immediately after taken. It is 100% natural. No chemicals are used to make the product. It is sweet to the taste, similar sweetness like Dextrose. It mixes instantly with a spoon and dissolves completely in water.
Athletic and Nutritional Information
Unlike Maltodextrin, Dextrose, and Waxy Maize, which are made from corn, Rilose comes from rice, which is much more digestible than corn. Corn has a very, very, low absorption rate. Hence we can suggest that Rilose will cause a greater insulin spike than corn derived powders. The level of a products glycemic index rating is sometimes determined by the amount of that certain carb. For example 30 grams of glucose will have a GI rating of about 80, whereas 100 g of glucose will have a GI rating of 100. But we are thinking that the Dextrose and Maltodextrin, or the latest fad, Waxy Maize, being made from corn is not even being digested completely. Thus taking in 50 grams of Dextrose might only have a 50% absorption rate. (if you get cramps from these products this is why). Rice on the other hand is very digestible. Thus taking in 50 grams, 48 are going to be digested. Comparing the corn vs. rice carbs we can say that rice carbs are going to be more effective at raising insulin levels. An anabolic hormone that when utilized properly post workout can increase recovery, hence increasing muscle growth.
Use Rilose like you would any common carbohydrate. For muscle building take in 50 to 75 grams post workout with either 10 grams of PeptoPro or 25 grams of Hydrolyzed 520. Creatine should also be utilized when possible with Rilose.
Keep in mind that the above is based on Alex Rogers’ (president of ProteinFactory.com®) theories, not facts. These are merely suggestions about corn vs. rice powders and not facts. Alex Rogers theories about Rilose can be wrong and it is up to the consumer to make up his own mind. Bodybuilding nutrition is all about trial and error and seeing what works best for you. Everyone is different.