Dr Coy’s Sweet Mix for Sports Competition

Dr Coy’s Sweet Mix for Sports Competition helps athletes achieve maximum success during competitions.

Athletes require sustained energy to combat fatigue and perform at their best.

This unique blend of Dr Coy’s sugars provides an optimal supply of energy enabling high performance without spiking blood sugar levels.

The mixture includes trehalose, isomaltulose and galactose, which help support extreme physical and mental performance.

We recommend blending Sweet Mix for Sports Competition with water, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries to create a healthy sports drink.

Sweeten pre-competition meals and snacks, such as:

  • Tea & coffee
  • Fruit salads
  • Cold desserts
  • Smoothies
  • Yogurt
Dr Coy's Sweet Mix for Sports Competition


  • Optimized for an athlete’s performance
  • Provides steady, long-lasting energy
  • Low GI (Glycemic Index)
  • Low calorie
  • Supports healthy gut bacteria
  • Balances blood sugar levels*
  • Tooth-friendly **

*“Consumption of drinks containing  isomaltulose instead of sugar, induces a lower blood glucose rise compared to sugar containing drinks.” – EFSA

**“Consumption of drinks containing isomaltulose instead of sugar, contributes to the maintenance of tooth mineralization.” – EFSA

Nutritional Value per 100g
Energy383 kcal
Energy1601 kj
Of which Saturates0
Of which sugars95.7g

Why use Dr Coy’s sugars during sports competition?

During a competition, both an athlete’s mind and body must be at peak performance level.

To ensure best performance, the body needs sugar as an energy supply to help delay the onset of fatigue.

Dr Coy’s sugars provide stable, long-lasting energy and avoid blood sugar levels spiking, or crashing.

Discover more about achieving optimal athletic performance with Dr Coy’s sugars

What are the advantages of using isomaltulose, trehalose, ribose, galactose during competitions?

Energy Boost: Trehalose

Trehalose is a double sugar (disaccharide) composed of two glucose molecules. Trehalose is a valuable form of glucose for athletes because it provides a steady, optimal supply of energy. Trehalose is a naturally occurring sugar found in plants, fungi, bacteria, and insects. These organisms use trehalose to protect themselves from environmental conditions such as extreme heat or frost.

Metabolic Support: Isomaltulose

As a double sugar (disaccharide), isomaltulose consists of the same components as conventional household sugar – glucose and fructose – but has a lower glycaemic index which helps support a healthy metabolism. Isomaltulose enables a safe and extended delivery of energy to the body and protects teeth from decay. Isomaltulose is naturally found in honey.

DNA Builder: Ribose

Ribose is a simple sugar with a Glycaemic Index = 0 and is also gentle on the teeth. Ribose is an important sugar which forms the building blocks of DNA. It is naturally found in glucose and obtained from corn by fermentation.

Brain Fuel: Galactose

Galactose is a simple sugar with a low glycaemic index and low-calorie content. Galactose is naturally found in very small quantities in artichokes, mushrooms, papayas, and tomatoes. It is a natural component of milk sugar (lactose) therefore it is naturally found in fermented milk products such as kefir and buttermilk and even breast milk. However, unlike lactose, galactose can be tolerated by people with lactose intolerance.

Galactose forces the mitochondria to be active, which enhances an oxidative metabolism and increases fat burning. Galactose also helps make sure the brain gets enough energy to function properly, even when an insulin resistance is present, because galactose can be used by the brain without the need of insulin.

Galactose is an excellent source of energy and prevents a spike a blood sugar levels.

Sweet Mix for Sports Competition is suitable for diabetics and those with a lactose intolerance. 

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