Lift Chewable Glucose Tablets

Chewable Tablets




Lemon & Lime



Gluten Free

Sodium Free

Caffeine Free

Vegan Friendly

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Product Information

Lift Chewable Tablets (previously GLUCOTABS) contain glucose to give you that fast-acting boost when your body needs it most. Lift can help you get the most out of training, unlock that extra 5% in a big race or match - or give you enough to get you to the gym! 

Key Benefits

  • Fast-acting impact
  • Tough, resealable & water resistant packaging
  • Measured dosage and low calorie

Each tube of Lift contains 10 fast acting natural glucose tablets which are caffeine, gluten & fat free. Lift tabs are free from any artificial colours, preservatives or sweeteners and also suitable for both vegans and vegetarians.

It is recommended 1-3 chews should be consumed 10-15 minutes prior to any high energy activity e.g. running or gym sessions, that will last 30 mins or longer. For diabetics, Lift can be used to help manage blood sugar level.

  • FAQ
  • Usage
  • Nutrition

What is the main ingredient in Lift Chewable Tabs?

Lift Tabs contain 3.7 grams of carbohydrates, mainly in the form of dextrose (glucose).

Where does the maltodextrin come from?

Maize corn (annual cereal grass)

Have Lift Tabs or Lift Juice been tested on animals?

No, neither Lift Tabs or Lift Juice have ever been tested on animals.

What is the shelf life on Lift Tabs?

A best-before-end date is printed on each individual tube. The tubes of 10 and tubs of 50 are typically 3 years. The individually wrapped tabs are 2 years

Are the Lift Tabs tubes and lids recyclable?

Lift 10 count tubes and lids are not currently recyclable in the UK. The 50 count tubs are recyclable though. The tubes are made of polypropylene and the lids of polyethylene.

What is the source of the Hydrogenated vegetable fat?

Palm kernel oil from sustainable sources

Has the formulation changed from GlucoTabs & GlucoJuice?

No the formulation of the product has not changed. Only the name of the product and the artwork has changed. The actual product inside is the same as GlucoTabs & GlucoJuice.

Should I test my blood glucose before eating Lift Tabs if I am a diabetic?

If you have diabetes it is always best to check your blood glucose before eating Lift Tabs to confirm that your blood glucose is low and that you need extra carbohydrates.

Has GlucoGel also been re-branded to Lift?

No GlucoGel remains unchanged

Have the barcodes or PIP codes changed?

No these are exactly the same as they were for GlucoTabs and GlucoJuice

When to use: Lift contains your body's preferred source of sugar - glucose. This gives your body what it needs. Helping you reach your personal best or get the most out of your day:

Sports Performance

Long Days

Late Nights

Blood Glucose Management

How to use: Chew 1-3 Lift Tabs when you need a tasty burst of fast-acting glucose. Glucose tablets are taken orally by chewing thoroughly before swallowing. Take 3 or more Lift Tabs to initially increase low blood sugar.

Sports Enthusiasts – recommended to take 2 tablets 10-15 mins prior to participating in high endurance activity lasting for 30 minutes or longer, continue as required every 30 minutes. 

Storage: Store in a cool dry place, out of direct sunlight.

Typical Values Per 100g Per Tablet 4g
Energy 1562kj/368kcal 63kj/15kcal
Fat 1.0g 0.0g
of which saturates 1.0g 0.0g
Carbohydrates 90.0g 3.7g
of which sugars 85.0g 3.4g
Fibre 0.0g 0.0g
Salt 0.0g 0.0g


Dextrose monohydrate (93%), maltodextrin, anti-caking agent (magnesium salts of fatty acids), citric acid, flavouring, fully hydrogenated vegetable fat (sustainably sourced palm kernel oil), emulsifier (mono and diglycerides of fatty acids).