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Benefits

Perpetuem satisfies your body’s energy requirements when exercise extends beyond three hours. Its unique blend and precise ratios of complex carbohydrates, protein, healthy fat, and key support nutrients allow you to stay strong and steady from start to finish.

Thoroughly tested and proven in the world’s toughest events since 2002, Perpetuem has been massively improved by replacing the corn maltodextrin with tapioca maltodextrin. The names may be similar, but these two carbohydrates are worlds apart! With far less processing, no GMO content, lower amounts of sodium and higher amounts of naturally occurring potassium, a more-alkaline pH, and lower mono and disaccharide content/much higher percentage of polysaccharide content (courtesy of its lower Dextrose Equivalent), tapioca is the sugar and corn alternative we’ve been wanting to bring to you for years is finally here!

Whether you’ve been using Perpetuem for 20 years or are thinking of trying it for the first time, you are going to be impressed with this 2.0 version, guaranteed!

Caffé Latte flavor contains 25 mg of caffeine per serving.

Perpetuem FAQs

Should I use Perpetuem or Sustained Energy?

Hammer Nutrition offers two superb long distance fuels in powder form – Sustained Energy and Perpetuem. Sustained Energy (“SE” as it’s commonly referred to) was introduced in 1992 and its formula has remained unchanged ever since. Perpetuem first became available in early 2003. Both of these fuels are intended to be used as your primary or sole fuel when exercise goes beyond two hours.

Deciding whether to use Sustained Energy or Perpetuem (or both) will undoubtedly be influenced by personal preference; however, there are a few differences between these two time-proven fuels that can assist you in the selection process.

CALORIES: Each scoop of Perpetuem contains 135 calories. Sustained Energy contains approximately 107 calories per scoop.

PRIMARY INGREDIENTS: Sustained Energy contains a 7:1 ratio of complex carbohydrates to soy protein, and is virtually fat free. Perpetuem’s carbohydrate-to-protein ratio is approximately 8:1, with 1.25 grams of de-oiled soy lecithin fat (lysolecithin) added to each scoop of the formula.

Three reasons for the inclusion of this specific fat in Perpetuem are:

1) To act as a preservative, increasing the “shelf life” of the carbohydrate and protein components
2) To assist the body in more liberally releasing its fatty acids stores, which account for up to two–thirds of one's energy requirements in long bouts of exercise
3) To slightly slow the rate of digestion and thus decrease hunger pangs

AUXILIARY NUTRITIENTS: Perpetuem contains Trisodium Phosphate (aka Sodium Tribasic Phosphate). This nutrient was not added to the Sustained Energy formula. Primary among its benefits, Trisodium Phosphate is a powerful acid-buffering nutrient, reducing the burning sensation effects of lactic acid buildup.

FLAVORS: Sustained Energy has always come in a neutral (“plain”) flavor. Perpetuem comes in four flavor options—orange-vanilla, strawberry-vanilla, chocolate, and caffe latte (includes 12.5 mg of caffeine per scoop).

OTHER FACTORS TO CONSIDER

We have noted that Sustained Energy may be the ideal fuel choice when endurance exercise intensity is at a higher level (approximately 70–85% MHR), whereas Perpetuem may be a more attractive choice the longer the athlete goes and when exercise intensity is at a more aerobic pace (under 70% MHR). Additionally, over the course of many years we have noted that Sustained Energy may be the best option for very lean athletes (the “high metabolizer/hyper–metabolic” types), while Perpetuem—with its added healthy fat component—may be more appropriate for athletes with a naturally higher body fat percentage. The rationale for this suggestion is that athletes with a higher body fat percentage have a greater volume of calories available from body fat stores, which the lysolecithin component of Perpetuem may effectively assist in accessing for use as energy.

Bottom line: With Sustained Energy and Perpetuem, you have two great long distance fuel choices. When exercise goes beyond about two hours, you can use either product as your sole fuel, in tandem with each other, or as your primary fuel along with any of the other Hammer Nutrition fuels. Taking into account the earlier-listed differences between the products, as well as testing each product under a variety of conditions in your long–duration workouts, will allow you to determine which fuel works best for you.

When would I use HEED or Perpetuem?

HEED is a “carbohydrate only” drink mix that is great for bouts of exercise up to 2-3 hours in duration. Perpetuem is a “carb + protein + healthy fat” drink mix that is ideal for longer-duration workouts and races. The inclusion of protein in Perpetuem helps to satisfy the 10-15% of energy that must come from protein/amino acids during long-duration exercise. Without this protein donation the body is forced to cannibalize its lean muscle tissue to satisfy this small percentage of energy requirements. That decreases exercise performance, due to the excess amount of fatigue-causing ammonia that is produced, and it will also cause recovery after exercise to be significantly longer because there is a greater percentage of broken down muscle tissue that needs repairing. The healthy fat added to the Perpetuem formula gives the body a cue of sorts to let it know that it’s not depriving it of fat (the “you have to eat fat to burn fat” train of thought). As a result, the body releases its fatty acid stores more liberally so that the calories from them can be used to create energy more consistently and efficiently. As you can see, Perpetuem is a very complete “meal in a bottle” fuel for endurance exercise.

What is the benefit of making a multi-hour bottle of Perpetuem, and how do I make it?

While athletes love how Perpetuem works, many do not like to drink large volumes of flavored liquid hour after hour. Making Perpetuem in a bit more-concentrated, multi-hour bottle will resolve that, with most athletes making a bottle that contains 4 hours’ worth of Perpetuem. Here’s how to do it: Athletes weighing ~200 pounds, may use up to 1.5 scoops an hour, which supplies 202.5 calories. Lighter weight athletes will find that 1 scoop (135 calories) to 1.25 scoops (168.75 calories) on an hourly basis works well. Using the larger athlete as the example, start with the water bottle about 1/3 filled with water, add a couple of scoops of Perpetuem, but the lid back on the bottle and shake vigorously. Repeat the process until 6 scoops of Perpetuem are thoroughly mixed in the bottle. There are now 4 hours of fuel in one bottle, which benefits in two primary ways:

  1. You don’t have to drink so much volume of flavored liquid hour after hour. Because you have 4 hours’ worth of fuel in one bottle, you only need to drink ¼ of the bottle every hour, augmenting that with plain water from another source (another water bottle, hydration pack, etc.) to take care of your hydration needs. Many athletes find that plain water quenches their thirst better than liquid fuels do, and drinking water to cleanse the palate makes taking another drink of fuel even more palatable.
  2. Because you have 4 hours of Perpetuem in your bottle, you don’t have to stop and make more every hour, which saves a lot of time.

HOT TIP: Using a Sharpie permanent ink pen, mark your bottle off into 4 equal segments so that you have a visual of what line you need to drink down to every hour.

What is the difference between Perpetuem and Perpetuem Solids?

Perpetuem Solids is the exact same formula as Perpetuem in the powder drink mix; however, it takes 4 chewable tablets to equal 1 scoop (135 calories) of the powder version. You could use Perpetuem Solids as your sole fuel but that would require a lot of chewing. Larger athletes may need to chew 6 Perpetuem Solids tablets per hour to meet their calorie requirements; that much chewing may cause jaw fatigue. As such, consider using Perpetuem Solids more as a part-time, fill-in-the-calorie-gap fuel.

That said, what a lot of athletes will do—and this is a completely acceptable option to provide a little variety in the menu—is to use 2 Perpetuem Solids + 1 serving/packet of Hammer Gel on the occasional hour. The Solids will give you just about 67 calories, and the serving/packet of Hammer Gel will supply 90 calories. 167 calories per hour is the “sweet spot” for an awful lot of athletes.

Is Sodium Phosphate, found in Race Day Boost and Perpetuem, safe to Consume?

Yes, sodium tribasic phosphate (also referred to simply as sodium phosphate) is remarkably safe, especially in the relatively small amounts found in Race Day Boost and Perpetuem. Sodium phosphate enjoys FDA "GRAS" (Generally Recognized As Safe) status as an emulsifying agent, Nutrients and Dietary Supplement, a sequestrant (a food additive whose role is to improve the quality and stability of the food products), and for miscellaneous use.

The LD50 of orally dosed sodium tribasic phosphate for rats (the amount of an agent that is sufficient to kill 50 percent of the rats) is 7,400 mg/kg. Translated for a 75 kg/165 lb. athlete, that would mean a dose of nearly 555 grams (555,000 mg), an astronomically high amount that no one would even conceive of trying to take. By comparison:

  • The LD50 of sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) for rats is 4,220 mg/kg
  • The LD50 for rats consuming acetic acid (vinegar is a dilute aqueous solution of acetic acid) is 3,310 mg/kg
  • The LD50 of sodium chloride (table salt) for rats is 3,000 mg/kg

 

More information can be found in the article "Alleviating Sodium Phosphate Concerns" in Endurance News #69, beginning on page 48.

Is It Okay To Mix Perpetuem Or Sustained Energy And Keep It Refrigerated?

It is perfectly acceptable to mix bottles of Perpetuem or Sustained Energy ahead of time, though for maximal potency we recommend consuming the pre-mixed bottle(s) within 48 hours’ time once mixed. Freezing the mixture is also completely acceptable, and there is no time limit on when you need to consume frozen Perpetuem or Sustained Energy. You may notice a small amount of crystals at or around the top of the bottle. This is due to the l-carnitine component in these two fuels, which is very hygroscopic (has an affinity for water). L-carnitine formed crystals may signal a slight reduction in potency of this amino acid; however, this crystallization effect is normal and harmless, and the product is perfectly acceptable for consumption.

How Should I Mix Perpetuem Or Sustained Energy For A Hot-Weather Event?

If the weather is going to be mild-to-warm you should make your multi-hour bottle(s) of Perpetuem or Sustained Energy the night before and freeze them. If, for example, you’re doing an iron-distance triathlon you can put both bottles on the bike or leave one at Special Needs. If you’re doing a 6-hour cycling event, you can carry both bottles on the bike. If you’re doing an ultrarunning race, you can carry one and have the other in a small cooler at the “bag drop” aid station.

If it’s going to be hot on your iron-distance triathlon, freeze your first multi-hour bottle of Perpetuem or Sustained Energy. Freeze the second bottle as well, but prior to putting it in the freezer, wrap a wet face cloth or rag around the bottle and secure with a couple rubber bands… then stick it in the freezer. This second bottle will end up having a frozen face cloth/rag around it, which provides extra insulation to help keep it cool. This second bottle will go to Special Needs. This is also a good strategy for ultrarunners who have a “bag drop” aid station. Carry the first frozen multi-hour bottle with you, and pick up the wrapped-frozen multi-hour bottle at the bag drop aid station.

If the weather is going to be extremely hot on event day, make up and freeze your first multi-hour bottle of Perpetuem or Sustained Energy and carry with you on bike or body. Have the second one waiting for you, dry powder only in a bottle at Special Needs (triathlon), on your bike (cycling events), or at the “bag drop” aid station (ultrarunning). You will have to stop briefly to add cold water to the powder-only bottle and spend a little time getting it mixed. However, this is time well invested because you will have a fresh bottle of cold fuel to cover you for the next several hours.

How soon after mixing Perpetuem and Sustained Energy do they need to be consumed?

In moderate temperatures, a pre-mixed bottle of Perpetuem or Sustained Energy should be suitable for consumption for up to 5 hours, perhaps even slightly longer. In warm-to-hot weather, that consumption “window” will be shorter, as short as 2 hours in very warm weather. Freezing your pre-mixed bottle(s) of fuel the night before will extend their palatability (i.e., staying colder longer) and keep the mixture suitable for consumption for a longer period of time.

Why doesn't Hammer Nutrition sell a creatine product?

When creatine supplements were in their infancy and not widely available, we did sell a creatine product. We discontinued it several years ago for a couple of primary reasons, one of which was the ever-increasing number of locations, such as health food and drug stores, online bodybuilding-specific stores, and even supermarkets, where creatine supplements could be found. Additionally, while creatine supplementation certainly has its place (primarily for off-season weight training workouts), we believe there are far better endurance-specific supplements available.

Creatine monohydrate (the most common form of creatine sold) is converted to creatine phosphate in the body. Phosphate molecules are then donated to replenish the short-term ATP-CP (adenosine triphosphate and creatine phosphate) energy system, which is of benefit primarily-to-solely for strength athletes (e.g., weight lifters, bodybuilders) or athletes engaged in short-duration, high-intensity bouts of exercise or races (e.g., track sprinters).

Race Day Boost and Perpetuem contain sodium phosphate, which we believe to be a much more appropriate creatine-like supplement for endurance athletes. This is because sodium phosphate not only replenishes/restores the short-term ATP-CP energy system, it also enhances the medium-term anaerobic/lactic acid energy system and the longer-term aerobic/oxygen energy system.

Do I need to take electrolytes if I’m using Perpetuem?

Yes, you will need to take supplemental electrolytes when using Perpetuem. The reason why is because the “electrolyte profile” in Perpetuem is not well-balanced and it is incomplete. The mineral content you see on the label reflects the naturally occurring minerals from some of the ingredients in the product, namely the trisodium phosphate, the soy protein, and the soy lecithin fat.

Below is a snapshot of two (2) scoops of Perpetuem and the mineral content contained within:

  • There is a fair amount of sodium, which comes primarily from the trisodium phosphate and also the soy protein.
  • The amount of potassium is fine.
  • There is no chloride in the product, which would complete the “salt” component found in a full-spectrum electrolyte profile.
  • The amount of calcium is pretty minimal, the magnesium content is far too small, and they are not in the desired 2:1 balance.
  • The manganese is close to being an acceptable amount, but is still on the low side.

Keeping in mind that most athletes use much less than 2 scoops of Perpetuem, the mineral content is even lower.

Compare that to the electrolyte profile found in a 2-capsule dose of Endurolytes:

As you can see, Endurolytes contains a complete, full-spectrum electrolyte profile, and is much more well-balanced compared to Perpetuem. As such, Perpetuem should be thought of as a “calories only” fuel, with one of the Endurolytes products needed to fulfill electrolytic mineral needs.

How do I determine the equivalent of one scoop of Perpetuem?

No scoop? No problem! With the following conversion information, your "Where did my scoop go?" problems are resolved!

Perpetuem
1 Level Scoop (53 cc) = 3 TBSP + 2 tsp

Can Perpetuem and HEED be used in a hydration pack's bladder?

Q: Can Perpetuem and HEED be used in a hydration pack's bladder without clogging it up?

A: While both products can be used in a hydration pack bladder, because Perpetuem is a bit thicker by nature--with its complex carbs, protein, and healthy fat--it has the greater potential to clog. HEED is just an all-carbohydrate fuel, no protein or fat, so it's easier mix in and consume from a hydration pack.

Can my teenagers use Perpeteum?

Q: Can my teenagers use Perpeteum during their longer workouts and events? They get very hungry and needs the calories but doesn't want to eat food and bog down. This seems like a perfect product for that.

A: Perpetuem is an absolutely ideal fuel for teenage athletes! We like to refer to Perpetuem as a "meal in a bottle" fuel, as it contains complex carbohydrates, protein, and a small amount of healthy fat, and it's superb for fulfilling energy requirements, while also staving off hunger pang

Does Perpetuem contain animal products?

Q: Does Perpetuem contain animal products? Is it suitable for vegetarians and/or vegans?

A: There are no animal products in Perpetuem. All flavors are 100% suitable for consumption by vegetarians/vegans.

Is the soy protein in Perpetuem non-GMO?

The soy protein isolate used in Perpetuem is GMO-free.

What is the “best used”  time frame once opened?

A: I know that Perpetuem is best when used no longer than 3 years after manufacture, but what is the “best used”  time frame once opened?

Q: The "best buy" date that extends from the manufacture date (listed as ""MFG"") is the length of time the product will retain maximal potency once opened. Be sure to store the your container(s) of Perpetuem away from direct sunlight, moisture, and excess heat, and it will be completely potent for 3 years, possibly even longer.

What is the source for iron in Perpetuem?

Q: What is the source for iron in Perpetuem? Is it from the soy or additional additives?

A: The 1 mg of iron that you see on the labels of all flavors of Perpetuem (except chocolate) naturally occur in the soy protein and soy lecithin in the product. The cocoa powder in the Chocolate flavor is also a source of iron, which is why it iron content is 2.8 mg. Keep in mind that these amounts are for 2 scoops of the product; most people use 1.0 to 1.5 scoops per hour, so the amount of iron will be less.

How to Use

1–2 scoops per hour as a primary source of calories as follows:

One Hour Bottles
Add 1–2 scoops to 16-26 oz (473– 768 ml) of water.

This option is most effective when resupply is accessible, such as on-lap courses or when using a follow vehicle. Otherwise, mix bottles when refueling. Carry extra servings of dry powder and blend more as needed.

Multi-Hour Bottle
Mix 2–8 scoops in a water bottle. Take small sips every 15– 20 minutes. Augment with additional water and electrolytes from separate sources to meet your hydration and electrolyte needs.

Paste
Gradually add water to 2–4 scoops of Perpetuem to create a thick, paste-like consistency. Fill Hammer Flask or other container with the concentrate.

Each flask can generally supply you with 2–3 hours of fuel. Augment with additional water and electrolytes from separate sources as needed.

PRO TIPS

For exercise lasting three hours or more, use from the outset.

Perpetuem contains no artificial preservatives. To avoid spoilage, do not premix or leave unrefrigerated, especially in warm weather.

 

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INGREDIENT BREAKDOWN

TAPIOCA Maltodextrin – Non-GMO and unsprayed, tapioca is the king of complex carbs! Far less processed, guaranteed no GMO content, lower mono and disaccharide content/much higher percentage of polysaccharide content (courtesy of its lower Dextrose Equivalent), less sodium content, and even closer to the desired neutral pH, tapioca is the sugar and corn alternative we’ve been wanting to bring to you for years is finally here!

Isolated Soy Protein – A dry powder food ingredient that has been separated or isolated from the other components of the soybean, making it 90 to 95 percent protein, and nearly carbohydrate- and fat-free.

Soy Lecithin – The extract from soybean oil, lecithin is an easily digestible source of healthful fat. This helps create a feeling of satiety and also supports the body’s natural fat-burning capabilities.

Sodium (Tribasic) Phosphate – This compound enhances the functioning of all three of the body’s ATP-producing energy systems—the short-term ATP-CP system, the medium-term lactic acid system, and the long-term oxygen/aerobic system.

A primary benefit of sodium (tribasic) phosphate is its ability to buffer blood acidity and help maintain a more ideal acid-alkaline balance by neutralizing excess hydrogen ions within the muscle cell. Effectively buffering lactic acid extends energy production within this system. This nutrient also increases 2,3 diphosphoglycerate (2,3-DPG). This compound, found in red blood cells helps release oxygen from hemoglobin into the muscle cells. An increase in 2,3-DPG will improve the availability of oxygen to working muscles during exercise.

L-Carnosine – This dipeptide (a combination of two amino acids) L-carnosine is a potent lactic acid buffer. It also offers antioxidant support.

L-Carnitine Tartrate – L-Carnitine Tartrate is a compound containing L-carnitine chelated (“bonded”) to L-tartrate, which is a salt of tartaric acid. L-carnitine is the key nutrient involved in the shuttling of fatty acids into the cell for energy production. Tartrate is a potent antioxidant.

Choline Bitartrate - A type of B-complex vitamin that helps with efficient use of body fat stores as energy. Choline bitartrate also supports enhanced cognition, learning, and memory.

Stevia – A natural, calorie-free sweeter derived from the leaves of Stevia rebaudiana, a plant native to Central and South America. It does not affect blood sugar levels or contribute to tooth decay like sugar does.

Chromium Polynicotinate – This trace mineral helps regulate blood sugar and plays a vital role in energy production.

Energy Smart® (Grape Juice, Rice Dextrin) – This all-natural, low-sugar sweetener plays an important role in Hammer Gel’s delicious flavor while contributing minimally to the overall carbohydrate content. Energy Smart® is certified non-GMO, gluten-free, and allergen-free.

Nutritional Information
Perpetuem 2.0 Caffé Latte
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 46 g (Approx 2 Level Scoops or Single Serving)
2 Level Scoops: 106 cc = 7.2 Tbsp = 21.5 tsp
  Amount Per Serving % Daily Value*
Calories 180  
Total Fat 2g 3%
Saturated Fat 0g 0%
Trans Fat 0g  
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 170mg 7%
Total Carbohydrate 37g 13%
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
Sugars 4g  
Added Sugars 4g 12%
Protein 4g  
Vitamin D 0mcg 0%
Calcium 25mg 2%
Iron 1mg 6%
Potassium 35mg 0%
Phosphorus 150mg 10%
Magnesium 6mg 2%
Copper 0.1mg 10%
Chromium 70mcg 200%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Ingredients: Tapioca Maltodextrin, NON-GMO Soy Protein, MoisturLOK® (Grape Juice and Rice Dextrin), Soy Lecithin, Coffee Powder, Natural Flavors, Sodium Phosphate, L-Carnosine, L-Carnitine, Choline Bitartrate, Chromium Polynicotinate, and Stevia Leaf Extract.
Contains Soy
Manufactured in a facility that processes Milk, Soy, Eggs, Peanut, Sesame, Shellfish, Tree Nuts and Wheat.
Perpetuem 2.0 Chocolate
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 46 g (Approx 2 Level Scoops or Single Serving)
2 Level Scoops: 106 cc = 7.2 Tbsp = 21.5 tsp
  Amount Per Serving % Daily Value*
Calories 180  
Total Fat 2g 3%
Saturated Fat 0g 0%
Trans Fat 0g  
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 170mg 7%
Total Carbohydrate 37g 13%
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
Total Sugars 4g  
Added Sugars 4g 12%
Protein 4g 8%
Vitamin D 0mcg 0%
Calcium 25mg 2%
Iron 1mg 6%
Potassium 35mg 0%
Phosphorus 150mg 10%
Magnesium 6mg 2%
Copper 0.1mg 10%
Chromium 70mcg 200%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Ingredients: Tapioca Maltodextrin, NON-GMO Soy Protein, MoisturLOK® (Grape Juice and Rice Dextrin), Cocoa Powder, Soy Lecithin, Natural Flavors, Sodium Phosphate, L-Carnosine, L-Carnitine, Choline Bitartrate, Chromium Polynicotinate.
Contains Soy
Manufactured in a facility that processes Milk, Soy, Eggs, Nuts and Wheat.
Perpetuem 2.0 Orange-Vanilla
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 46 g (Approx 2 Level Scoops or Single Serving)
2 Level Scoops: 106 cc = 7.2 Tbsp = 21.5 tsp
  Amount Per Serving % Daily Value*
Calories 180  
Total Fat 2g 3%
Saturated Fat 0g 0%
Trans Fat 0g  
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 170mg 7%
Total Carbohydrate 37g 13%
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
Sugars 4g  
Added Sugars 4g 12%
Protein 4g  
Vitamin D 0mcg 0%
Calcium 25mg 2%
Iron 1mg 6%
Potassium 35mg 0%
Phosphorus 150mg 10%
Magnesium 6mg 2%
Copper 0.1mg 10%
Chromium 70mcg 200%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Ingredients: Tapioca Maltodextrin, NON-GMO Soy Protein, MoisturLOK® (Grape Juice and Rice Dextrin), Soy Lecithin, Natural Flavors, Sodium Phosphate, L-Carnosine, Beta Carotene (For Color), L-Carnitine, Choline Bitartrate, Chromium Polynicotinate, and Stevia Leaf Extract.
Contains Soy
Manufactured in a facility that processes Milk, Soy, Eggs, Peanut, Sesame, Shellfish, Tree Nuts and Wheat.
Perpetuem 2.0 Strawberry-Vanilla
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 46 g (Approx 2 Level Scoops or Single Serving)
2 Level Scoops: 106 cc = 7.2 Tbsp = 21.5 tsp
  Amount Per Serving % Daily Value*
Calories 180  
Total Fat 2g 3%
Saturated Fat 0g 0%
Trans Fat 0g  
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 170mg 7%
Total Carbohydrate 37g 13%
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
Sugars 4g  
Added Sugars 4g 12%
Protein 4g  
Vitamin D 0mcg 0%
Calcium 25mg 2%
Iron 1mg 6%
Potassium 35mg 0%
Phosphorus 150mg 10%
Magnesium 6mg 2%
Copper 0.1mg 10%
Chromium 70mcg 200%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Ingredients: Tapioca Maltodextrin, NON-GMO Soy Protein, MoisturLOK® (Grape Juice and Rice Dextrin), Soy Lecithin, Natural Flavors, Sodium Phosphate, L-Carnosine, Stevia Leaf Extract, L-Carnitine, Choline Bitartrate, Chromium Polynicotinate, and Beet Juice (For Color).
Contains Soy
Manufactured in a facility that processes Milk, Soy, Eggs, Peanut, Sesame, Shellfish, Tree Nuts and Wheat.
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08/11/2022
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Pan Mass Challenge 2022

I recently completed a 192 mile bike ride Aug 6-7, in what was one of the of the three hottest PMC weekends in its 43 year history. I like the confidence Perpetuem provides for this endurance event allowing me to refuel as I ride. Despite the heat, I felt strong at the finish, which I feel was attributed in part to drinking Perpetuem throughout each day. It's easy on the stomach and tastes fine.

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08/10/2022
Anonymous
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Perpetuem Chocolate

Taste good, easy on the GI, helps to give me the energy I need to get through workouts. Use before, during, and after my workout.

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08/10/2022
Anonymous
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Hammer Orange Vanilla Perpetuum

Works great as nutrition for a long workout/swim. No stomach issues. I used it for a recent marathon swim, but tested it before that. The Hammer representative was very helpful in giving me tips on mixing it, and I never bonked (of course the wind and chop were another story, but that wasn't Hammer's fault.) :) It's hard to know what works best for each individual, but as I'm prone to acid reflux, I want something that will keep me fed but will be easy to digest--it also doesn't hurt that it tastes pretty decent as well. When I'm hungry in the water, I don't have to have a steak dinner, but a flavor I can reasonably enjoy. So Perpetuum works for me.

GR
08/10/2022
Grubin, R.
United States United States

Perp review

I kind of like the tablets better, this way I can use my extra water bottle for water. But I will continue to use it no doubt

08/11/2022

Hammer Nutrition

Hi Robert, Thank you for your review. Perpetuem Solids will be back in the fall, sorry for the inconvenience. Brian

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