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Sports Drink Peach Drink Powder

Sports Drink Peach Drink Powder

Swiss made🇨🇭

The ideal companion for any sporting activity, for optimal support during your training!

• Broad spectrum of carbohydrates
• Delicious taste of the natural ingredients
• Excellent tolerance for the stomach and intestines
• Without gluten, lactose, preservatives or additives
• Vegan
• Certified product from the KölnerListe®

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Swiss Sports® Sports Drink supports sporting activities and refreshes naturally with peach and turmeric. It has excellent stomach and intestinal compatibility, a broad carbohydrate spectrum without free fructose and a naturally mild taste.

Carbohydrate-electrolyte drinks help maintain performance during endurance exercise and improve water intake during exercise.

Available in high-quality and home-compostable packaging. An innovation from BE THE CHANGE.

Best before: 01/2025

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Swiss Sports® products from BE THE CHANGE nourish goals sustainably. Effective and designed to be gentle on the stomach and intestines, this excellent Swiss sports nutrition surprises with the best quality and specialties that are tailored to human biochemistry and thus sustainably support the organism. All products are free of preservatives and additives and are Swiss made with high-quality Swiss ingredients.

The sports drink is the natural thirst quencher and companion for all sporting activities.

Our commitment to clean sport: All Swiss Sports® products are Pro Charge certified on the KölnerListe®.

Why is Swiss Sports® Sports Drink good?

Sport and sugar – a strange duo? Sport and sugar are a somewhat ambivalent duo, as the relationship between the two depends on various factors. A quick look at the role of sugar in the body and in exercise can clarify this.

Sugars, also known as carbohydrates, are an important source of energy for the body. Fast carbohydrates such as sugar in particular can quickly provide the body with energy. When we exercise, our muscles need energy to work. Sugar can help quickly replenish glycogen stores in muscles, providing the energy necessary for athletic performance.

However, consuming sugar can also have negative effects on athletic performance. If we consume too much sugar, it can cause blood sugar levels to rise quickly and then drop. This can make us feel tired or exhausted and affect our athletic performance. In addition, high sugar consumption can increase the risk of obesity and related health problems.

It is important to note that every body is different and that the optimal amount of sugar to consume before or during exercise depends on various factors, such as the type of exercise, the intensity of the exercise, and individual physical condition.

Overall, it can be said that moderate consumption of sugar can be useful as part of a balanced diet and in coordination with the requirements of sport, while excessive consumption can have negative effects on sporting performance.

How does our body generate energy? Our bodies generate energy by processing nutrients, especially carbohydrates, fats and proteins. Our body uses various mechanisms to convert these nutrients into energy.

The main energy production processes in the body are:

Glycolysis: This is the process by which glucose (a simple sugar) is converted into energy in cells. Glycolysis is a rapid process that can occur without oxygen, making it an important source of energy for short-term, intense activities such as sprinting or weight lifting.

Aerobic respiration: Aerobic respiration is a complex process in which glucose, fats and proteins are converted into ATP (adenosine triphosphate) using oxygen. ATP is the main source of energy for our cells. Aerobic respiration takes place in the mitochondria, the energy powerhouses of cells, and is the main source of energy during prolonged activities such as jogging or cycling.

Anaerobic respiration: When oxygen demand is higher than oxygen supply, anaerobic respiration is activated. Glucose is converted into ATP without oxygen. Anaerobic respiration is an important source of energy for short, intense activities such as sprinting, but it can also lead to a buildup of lactate, leading to muscle fatigue.

Creatine phosphate system: The creatine phosphate system is a rapid energy production process that is particularly used in very intense, short activities such as weight lifting or speed exercises. This uses creatine phosphate to quickly generate ATP.

Overall, our body is constantly working to convert nutrients into energy to maintain all necessary functions and enable activities. The way our body generates energy depends on various factors, such as the type and duration of activity and the availability of oxygen and nutrients.

Why do we have to fill our energy stores? We need to replenish our energy stores to ensure that our body has enough energy to maintain all necessary functions and enable our daily activities. Energy is essential for the functioning of our cells, organs and muscles, and a lack of energy can lead to a variety of problems.

Our body has several energy stores that it can use when needed. These include glycogen stores in the liver and muscles as well as fat depots. Glycogen is a type of carbohydrate stored in the liver and muscles and can be quickly converted into energy. Fat deposits are a long-term source of energy that is converted into energy when needed.

If we do not fill our energy stores sufficiently, this can lead to a lack of energy, which can lead to tiredness, exhaustion and reduced performance. Additionally, a lack of energy can have long-term effects on our health. When our body does not have enough energy, it can affect important functions such as immune function, hormone production and metabolism.

It is therefore important that we replenish our energy stores regularly by eating a balanced diet with sufficient carbohydrates, fats and proteins. During physical activity or sporting performance, it is particularly important to replenish our energy stores beforehand in order to achieve optimal performance and avoid injuries or exhaustion.

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Mix 40 g powder (2 heaped tablespoons) with 500 ml water.


Dextrose 1 *, maltodextrin 2 , isomaltulose 3 **, acidifier citric acid, flavors (including peach), color beta carotene, coloring turmeric extract, mineral salts (trisodium citrate, calcium lactate, magnesium citrate, dipotassium phosphate, sodium chloride)

* Source of glucose
**Isomaltulose is a source of glucose and fructose (bound).
EU: Origin of primary ingredients: 1 BE, 2 FR, 3 DE

Nutritional values

per 100 g

per portion 40 g
(with water)

Energy kJ (kcal)

1570 (370)

630 (150)




hereof: saturated fatty acids






of which types of sugar













460 mg


230 mg



65 mg


26 mg



45 mg


18 mg



50 mg


20 mg



50 mg


20 mg



40 mg


16 mg


*nutrient reference values
**The salt content is calculated with a factor of 2.5 from the added and naturally occurring sodium.

Product bag

Our product bags are biodegradable or home compostable. An innovation from BE THE CHANGE. After opening, you can easily close the bag again. This keeps the content fresh. After use, you can return the bag to the natural cycle in the home compost or green bin. Please note the country-specific guidelines regarding green waste collection.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
David Rommel

This is an IsoSTAR which is a real star among sports drinks. Intelligent ingredients and a very refreshing taste.