What we think
Are you a proponent of real food for fuel? We get you – that's why we're excited to offer a trio of our favorite natural gels for your next big day out.
The three products in this Combo Pack are unprocessed, based on real food, and still provide the fuel you need. You get all of the naturally occurring vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, and energy to push on.
What You Get:
This Combo Pack provides three (3) of our favorite new natural energy gels, giving you nine (9) total gels.
- 3x UnTapped Salted Citrus
- 3x Huma Blueberry Chia Energy Gels
- 3x Spring Chocolate Heaven Gels
UnTapped Maple Syrup Salted Citrus:
Untapped Maple Syrup Salted Citrus delivers a natural energy boost and a delicious taste. Made with real maple syrup and a touch of salt, this gel provides a slow-burning, sustained source of energy that's easy on the stomach. The refreshing citrus flavor adds a tangy kick, making it a great option for anyone who's looking for something different in their energy gel. Perfect for endurance athletes, hikers, and anyone who needs a quick, convenient source of energy on the go.
Huma Blueberry is a delicious energy gel that's packed with natural ingredients. Made with real fruit puree, chia seeds, and brown rice syrup, this gel provides a quick source of energy that's easy on the stomach. The blueberry flavor is both sweet and tangy, making it a perfect choice for anyone who loves the taste of fresh berries. With no artificial flavors or preservatives, Huma Blueberry is a great choice for anyone who wants to fuel their body with natural ingredients.
Spring Energy Chocolate Haven:
Like all Spring Energy products, they use 100% real ingredients and a thoughtful balance of different carbs to help ease digestion and avoid GI distress. These are crafted with foods like Maple Syrup, Organic Basmatic Rice, Dried Cherries, Hazelnuts, Dark Chocolate, and Almond Butter.
At 170 calories, 28g of carbs, and 3g of protein, these are a bit more fuel than the standard Spring Energy gel.
Chocolate is sometimes confused for cocoa powder, but they’re different: Ground chocolate contains the bean’s natural fat, whereas cocoa powder is made by grinding up pure cocoa beans and removing the fat.