A slender figure often comes at a price: we have to carefully control what we eat and deny sweets – because they can lead to excess weight. But now you can indulge yourself sweet without harming your figure! Herbalife protein bar – a real treat that not only will not harm the constitution but also helps control your weight!
Protein snack bars can replace caloric dessert for those struggling with obesity but can not resist sweets. Candy bars are suitable for snacks and tea parties as they are an additional source of protein.
This product contains few carbohydrates and lots of protein. Protein is the primary builder of our body. Due to the protein content, bars provide a feeling of fullness, provide energy, develop muscle mass, regenerate tissues, and promote metabolism. Practical, convenient, fast, delicious – this is the definition of a protein bar.
- Helps control weight
- Provides a prolonged feeling of satiety
- Sweet without the extra calories.
- High protein content
- No additives or GMOs
- Great snack between the meals
- Replenish energy after workouts
- It’s easy to take on the go
- A great treat for friends and family
- An excellent dessert for a tea party for the whole family.
- There are 10 g of natural protein in 1 bar
- Only 140 kcal
- Carbohydrates – 15 g
- Fats – 4 gr
- Optimal combination of proteins and carbohydrates.
- Packaging is a box containing 14 bars.
Three delicious flavors to choose from:
1. Citrus lemon
2. Vanilla almond
3. Chocolate peanut
Properties of the main ingredients:
Milk protein concentrate contains 20 amino acids, including essential amino acids that cannot be synthesized in the human body and must come with food. Therefore, milk or whey protein is more valuable than meat or fish protein for the body.
Important facts about protein
- The average person should have 1.0-1.2 g protein per 1 kg body weight per day (a 70 kg person needs 70-80 g of protein).
- One egg has 7 g of protein, one serving of meat (100 g) has 18-20 g of protein.
- If you eat an egg for breakfast and a serving of meat for lunch, you may think you have enough protein in your diet. But considering that beef has only 20 percent protein and eggs have even less protein – 10 percent. That means you’re getting no more than 25 g of protein for breakfast and lunch, compared to 70 to 80 g per day.
- Since protein is the primary building material in the body and the essential component of blood cells, the immune system, enzymes, its deficiency leads to negative consequences: chronic fatigue, decreased vitality, and reduced resistance to various infections.
- Protein is vital for weight management. It helps to maintain muscle mass during weight loss, which burns calories more efficiently even at rest. Also, it provides a long-lasting feeling of satiety, helping you avoid unhealthy foods.
- If you play sports or endure heavy workouts, you need more protein to help repair muscle fibers damaged by exercise and provide energy.
How to use it?
One bar contains 10g of protein and 140kcal. It is an excellent choice for a complete snack. Your hunger will be satisfied for at least 2-3 hours. After you have eaten it, be sure to drink enough water.