One scoop or two scoops?
The old (white) version and the new (black) version of Nrgy Unit Drink have different scoops. This might cause confusion, so let's explain.
Problem with the instructions
With the new (black) version of Nrgy Unit Drink we've switched to a more practical, smaller scoop.
The problem is, the preprinted bags still specify one scoop per serving. This is a mistake that will be fixed in the near future.
Please keep in mind to use two scoops for one serving of the new (black) Nrgy Unit Drink.
Why are there different scoops?
We've listened to your feedback. The old scoops were too large when mixing your favorite carbohydrate drink in your sports bottle.
That's why the final version of Nrgy Unit Drink has a smaller, much more practical scoop. This also means you need to use two scoops for one serving.
Nrgy Unit Drink
Do you have the new (black) version of Nrgy Unit Drink?
In this case, two scoops equal one serving.
Nrgy Unit Drink Prototype
Do you have the old version of Nrgy Unit Drink?
In this case, one scoop equals one serving.
During endurance sports, a sufficient carbohydrate intake is essential to fuel your athletic performance and preserve your long-term health.
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