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2005/07/24 21:33:27 (permalink)

Protein bar help

Is this bar any good...

Amounts Per 70g bar;

Calories - 245
Protein - 32.2g
Carbohydrate - 5.6g
(of which sugars - 2.87g)
Polyols - 13.12g (((Is this bad)))
Fat - 4.55g
(of which saturates - 3.36g)
Dietary fibre - 8.57g
Sodium - 0.14g


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    ToxicToffee
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    RE: Protein bar help 2005/07/24 21:38:56 (permalink)
    for? which bar is it?
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    whiteboy
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    RE: Protein bar help 2005/07/24 21:44:53 (permalink)
    Need to go on a little cut tt...

    Been searching all over internet for a low carb bar its ***Pro Bar II***
    (just got some bars from myprotein very nice but high carbs, also delivery is very expensive...
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    ToxicToffee
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    RE: Protein bar help 2005/07/24 21:52:17 (permalink)
    one bar will not determine whether you can cut or not, cals in vs cals out determines this

    whole diet

    that bar 10 minutes before bed may be unsuitable, same meal 45 minutes prior to training could be great, for an office worker it may be the downfall, for a construction worker i may be a saviour

    Polyols are sugar-free sweeteners added to flavour but keep calories down, often prefered to aspartame
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    RE: Protein bar help 2005/07/24 21:56:35 (permalink)
    Thanks tt.................

    Just fancied i change as i get fed up with the whey shakes all the time....
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    RE: Protein bar help 2005/07/24 22:00:21 (permalink)
    there is a recipe in the recipe section for bars or the shake in the mass gaining diet at the top of the forum if you want a change
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    RE: Protein bar help 2005/07/24 22:15:07 (permalink)
    there is a recipe in the recipe section for bars or the shake in the mass gaining diet at the top of the forum if you want a change

    Found it thanks tt
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    RE: Protein bar help 2005/07/25 10:46:39 (permalink)
    also depends on whether its consumed alone or not. I will be eating a protein bar pre training this week which has some glucose syrup in it. HOwever will combine it with some low carb stuff so it shouldnt be a problem and its a one off.

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    RE: Protein bar help 2005/07/25 13:16:07 (permalink)
    its not one of the worst bars out there-and contains extra goodies like CLA too. When i'm in ned of a protein bar this is he one i buy, or pro-flapjack
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