Myoplex Lite Bar
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Myoplex Lite Bars won the 2005 Protein Bar Of The Year Award! The new Myoplex Lite Performance Nutrition Bar has been scientifically formulated to support your body's requirements for quality nutrients, day in and day out. Each bar helps support stable energy levels by providing complex and simple carbohydrates, high-quality protein for muscle recovery after exercise as well as 22 vitamins and minerals, which help reinforce your body's ability to maintain optimal health and may maximize results from intense exercise.
Myoplex bars are based on the best-selling Myoplex Lite! Learn more about it.
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What is the Myoplex Lite Nutrition bar?
This bar has almost half the fat and calories of the Myoplex Deluxe Bar. This bar gives you quick nutrition when you're on the go, and it is scientifically formulated to support your body's requirements for quality nutrients. Each bar provides complex and simple carbohydrates for stable energy levels, high-quality protein for muscle recovery, and 22 vitamins and minerals.
How do Results for Women Complete Energy Bars compare with Myoplex Lite Bars?
These bars are similar in nutritional profile including calorie content, carbohydrate, fat, calcium, and sodium content. However, EAS researchers designed Myoplex Lite Bars for fitness enthusiasts who participate in more rigorous training programs. As such, these bars contain more protein, especially more whey protein, which is high in branched chain amino acids (BCAAs). BCAAs are important for hard-training athletes since BCAAs make up 1/3 of muscle tissue, yet are catabolized readily in times of stress (such as exercise).
On the Myoplex Lite Peanut Caramel Crisp Bars, why does it appear that the calories from the protein, carbs, and fat do not add up to the total calories listed on the label?
The FDA calculates food product labels using approved computer systems, which rounds values of each ingredient (both macronutrients and micronutrients). These...
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