Mud Energy Now Uses Sustamine

The most recent recipe for Mud Energy, an energy supplement geared to athletes, now uses Kyowa Hakko’s Sustamine, an easily absorbed glutamine.

NEW YORK—The most recent recipe for Mud Energy, an energy supplement geared to athletes, now uses Kyowa Hakko’s Sustamine, an easily absorbed glutamine.

“Our goal was to create a full-spectrum fortified energy gel that sustains peak performance, health and recovery in a convenient packet.  We did just that," said Jeff Bonisa Founder and CEO for Dirt+H2O Inc.

Mud Energy now includes the all-natural electrolyte ionic sea mineral concentrate, and it does not contain sodium benzoate or potassium sorbate.

Additionally, the product continues to expand its distribution, and now includes gnc.com, corporate GNC stores in California, the online cycling store Pricepoint.com, all-natural grocery store Hanson’s Market and two dive shops: Hanapa’s Fishing Company and James and Joseph.

Mud Energy isn’t the only company to launch a sports nutation product featuring Sustamine. Betancourt Nutrition launched its Glutamine Plus featuring the ingredient for consumers undertaking intense workout regimens.

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