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Protein Bars: A Reliable Source Of Protein

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Looking for information about protein bars? You have come to the right place. Are they of any good? This is a very common question that especially mothers have these days. Well, these protein bars are the choice for most bodybuilders and athletes. They act as an excellent protein supplement in between meals and anyone can have them.

Don’t confuse a protein bar with an energy bar, because these two may not be the same every time. Energy bars usually pack in a lot of carbohydrates which give a burst of energy when they mix with your bloodstream.

But a bar of protein will have minimal carbs and calories while packing in as much protein as possible. If your body needs protein, these bars represent a safe way of getting that.

These protein bars normally contain approximately 15-20 grams of protein and most importantly, they give you very little calories (around 200 calories or less). In case you are following a protein rich diet, these bars will help you make up your every day quota of protein intake.

For the very reason mentioned above, gym goers and sportsmen prefer these bars as protein supplements between their meals. If you tend to have hunger pangs from time to time, these bars of protein can serve as excellent snacks.

The manufacturers may add some extra ingredients like resins and berries, in order to make these bars suit your taste buds, because of which they not only taste nicer but also provide your body with vitamin C.

You can easily carry these bars in your pocket or handbag and munch on them whenever you have the time. This can come in really handy if you miss a meal due to work pressure.

But all said and done, your primary source of protein should be your diet. Maintain a balanced diet and use proteins bars only as a backup.

Martin Elmer is the editor of Protein tilskud. Here you can also read about Proteinbar.


Written by Martin Elmer

January 5th, 2012 at 12:54 pm

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