Promax Meal bars

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How does it work?
Promax Meal bars are a convenient and easy way for busy people to eat a high-protein, low-fat diet without spending time cooking and preparing meals. Two Promax Meal bars each day will help you bridge the gap between what you should eat and what you actually eat.

Per 60g bar:
Energy: 206 calories
Protein: 21 grams
Carbohydrate: 17.4 grams
- of which net carbs: 9.5 grams
- of which polyols: 4.4 grams
Fats: 6 grams
- of which saturates: 2.7 grams
Fibre: 3.9 grams
Sodium: 0.08 grams

How does it work?
A Promax Meal bar gives you all the convenience of a fast food without the excess calories, saturated fat and unhealthy sugars. It's like taking a shopping basket full of food, and extracting the lean protein, vitamins, minerals and fibre, and putting it all in one place. Promax Meal bars make it easy and simple to feed your body with the nutrients you need to lose fat and build muscle.

A Promax Meal bar contains the same amount of high-quality lean protein (21 grams) you'll find in a chicken breast. Unlike many nutrition bars, Max Meal bars contain a high percentage of whey protein isolate. Whey protein is a form of protein derived from milk. It has a very high biological value, rich in essential amino acids, and is also low in fat. Many athletes use whey protein for its beneficial effects on muscle growth and the strength of the immune system.

There are several different types of whey protein. These are known as whey protein concentrates, whey protein isolates and hydrolyzed whey protein. In general, a whey protein isolate will contain more protein and less carbohydrate (as lactose) and fat compared to a concentrate. One hundred grams of whey protein concentrate, for example, contains roughly 80 grams of protein. The composition of a whey protein isolate is slightly different, containing slightly more protein (90 grams of protein per 100 grams of powder) and less carbohydrate and fat. A hydrolyzed whey protein is one that's been partially "predigested" by being broken down into smaller pieces.

Most nutrition bars contain cheaper protein sources such as casein, gelatin or soya. Gelatin is often derived from horse hooves. It has a very low biological value, and is missing an amino acid (methionine). If you see "gelatin" listed on the ingredients list of a nutrition bar, there's a good chance that about 3 out of every 10 protein grams in the bar come from gelatin. Over the course of several months, this could seriously affect your progress. You'd literally be missing one protein meal a day.

Every bar contains five grams of healthy fibre, which helps to control hunger. Promax Meal bars are also good value for money. Compare the price of a bar to the cost of a cheese sandwich and a packet of crisps. Not only is it cheaper, but most users report that the bars are more filling, tasty and satisfying. Max Meal bars are also fortified with many of the same vitamins and minerals found in fruit and vegetables. They're also low in carbohydrate, with just 9.5 grams of 'net' carbohydrates. This makes Promax Meal bars perfect if you're on one of the popular low-carbohydrate diets, such as the Atkins Diet.
How do I use it?
Promax Meal bars can be used by anyone wanting to lose fat or build muscle. If you want to build more lean muscle, consume two Promax Meal bars daily in addition to your normal meals. If you want to lose fat, simply replace two normal meals with two Promax Meal bars.
What results can I expect?
Promax Meal bars will help to take the guesswork out of eating a healthier diet. They will save you time and effort. Because they're coated with dark Belgian chocolate, Promax Meal bars are also very popular with people who want to lose weight, but find their cravings for chocolate and other "comfort" foods sabotage their progress.

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