What are protein bars?
protein bars are food supplements that provide an extra amount of protein and are easy and convenient to consume anywhere and at any time of the day.
protein is the macronutrient responsible for maintaining, creating and repairing the different tissues that make up the body and it is important that all people, especially athletes, consume the amounts that their body requires every day.
The protein bars can be made with different protein sources, such as Whey, milk protein (concentrate or isolate), casein (milk), hydrolysed collagen, soya protein, pea protein, seed protein (hemp, amaranth), among others.
Sometimes they are mixed and combined with other macronutrients to give them a pleasant shape and flavour, and to provide other nutrients.
When to take protein bars?
protein bars can be the snack or complement that helps you achieve your daily goals.
As a snack , either mid-morning, between meals with a snack, as a dessert, etc. to provide an extra supply of protein in our diet.
Post-training : to help repair tissues damaged during training, provide an extra supply of protein, and muscle wasting.
What are protein bars for?
- They are a rich and easy way to increase the amount of total protein for the day.
- We can find a multitude of flavours and textures to choose from
- Promotes recovery of muscle tissue after training
- Contribute to the maintenance and gain of muscle mass .
- They provide a high level of satiety
- Contain a high protein content in a reduced format.
- They are easy to transport and consume as they do not require preparation
Are there vegan protein bars?
Yes, among the wide variety of bars, you can find vegan and vegetarian options, depending on the source of protein with which they have been elaborated.
Among the most common option, we highlight the one that contains mainly soya protein in its composition, which is also suitable for vegans and lactose intolerant people.
Where to buy protein bars?
On our website you can find a multitude of options to choose from, with different flavours, textures, formats and sources of protein so that you can choose the ones that best suit your needs.