Science in Sport Protein Bars contain a blend of easily digestible proteins (20 grams per bar) in the form of whey, casein and soy protein. It is important to consume protein in close proximity to training sessions (i.e. before or after training) in order to maximize training adaptations.
Protein intake is a key priority for football players looking to adapt from training. Protein Bars provide an appropriate quantity of high quality protein for before or immediately after football.
- High protein formula to promote training, adaptation and recovery
- Each bar contains 20 grams of easily digestible protein
- A high quality blend of whey, casein and soy protein
- Promotes the rebuild of muscle following training
- Contains Peanuts, Milk, Soya, Gluten
Protein Bars are a convenient source of protein on the go to achieve the recommended 20-25g of protein every 3-4 hours.
Aim for 1-2 Protein Bars a day, consumed between meals, before and/or after a game. Great for those who need their protein intake on the go.
Adapting to the demands of endurance training is facilitated by increased muscle protein synthesis whereby new proteins are made in our muscles after each training session. The muscle becomes reconditioned so that it can better withstand the physical demands during the next training session.
For optimal protein synthesis to occur, it is crucial that we consume high quality protein given that protein contains amino acids that make new proteins. Protein Bars contain a blend of easily digestible, quality proteins that act as a trigger to stimulate protein synthesis.
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|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per Serving 55g|
|of which sugars||31g||17g|
|of which saturates||5.9g||3.2g|
Protein Blend 25% (Calcium Caseinate (Milk), Hydrolysed Wheat Gluten, Whey Protein (Milk), Soy Protein, Sodium Caseinate (Milk)), Glucose Syrup, Chocolate 18% (Sugar, Cocoa Mass, Cocoa Butter, Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin)), Invert Sugar Syrup, Gelatine Hydrolysate, Soy Crisps (Soy Protein, Tapioca Starch, Salt), Palm Fat, Reduced Fat Cocoa Powder, Sunflower Oil, Flavours, Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin), Salt
Chocolate & Peanut:
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per Serving 55g|
|of which sugars||33g||18g|
|of which saturates||6.0g||3.3g|
Protein Blend (25%) (Calcium Caseinate (milk), Hydrolysed Wheat (gluten), Whey Protein (milk), Soy Protein, Milk Protein), Glucose Syrup, Milk Chocolate 18% (Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Whole Milk Powder, Cocoa Mass, Emulsifier (Soy Lecithihn), Flavours), Invert Sugar Syrup, Gelatine Hydrolysate, Peanuts 3.7%, Soy Crisps (Soy Protein, Tapioca Starch, Salt), Palm Fat, Flavours, Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin), L-Carnitine Tartrate, Green Tea Extract, Salt
When should I eat these? Are they a meal replacement?
We always recommend that food should come first in your diet. However, Protein Bars are a convenient source of protein on the go to achieve the recommended 20-25g of protein every 3-4 hours.
Do these bars contain nuts?
Protein bars are made externally and yes, the chocolate and peanut bar contains nuts and the mint chocolate bar is produced in the same place so it cannot be guaranteed nut free.
Should I eat one of these or have REGO after exercising?
If you are training again sooner and/or hydration is a concern, we suggest having REGO Rapid Recovery post exercise. Solid foods like Protein Bars take longer to digest compared to liquids like REGO Rapid Recovery.
What is the recommended frequency of consumption?
Aim for 1-2 Protein Bars a day, consumed between meals, before and/or after a workout.
Will the chocolate melt in my pocket when playing football?
They have the potential to melt in warm conditions. In this situation, GO Energy bars may be a better choice as they are designed to be used during exercise.
What is the sugar content in these bars?
Protein Bars contain 17-18g of sugar per bar to aid taste.
Why should I use in football?
Protein intake is beneficial in football as it allows your muscles to repair and build after a heavry training session or competitive match.
Verified ReviewsRated 4.8 out of 5 based on 39 Reviews
Tasty. Although unsurprisingly melts in hot weather!
Tastes nice and seems palatable
Taste great and gets protein into my body quickly after exercise
Great product 👌
Great to eat. Too good in fact!
very nice bar
Tasty bar that helps increase protein intake between meals and stops snacking on rubbish.
I like these!! Very tasty!
Tasty and does the job
best tasting protein bar so far!
perfect for a protein grab and go
a tasty snack to help you recover from a ride
A great snack perfect for mid morning cravings!
Really nice product, good taste, easy to consume whilst on the bike & good amt of good quality protein. Recommended.
Very nice but not something I would use to often I prefer fruit based bars
Love this product, great taste and easy to digest.
Tastes good. Happy to eat as a snack rather than just as post workout nutrition.
Een ideale reep voor extra proteïne te nemen de smaak is goed en niet overheersend
Nice flavour tastes to good to be a healthy protein product.
Tastes fine - though on balance I prefer the PB flavour
Great for on the go protein
Enjoyed but not to sure about the mint🤔
Great tasty bar. Easy to eat, not too chewy.
Very good as always
Nice and tasty
Really easy to eat and get protein in after your ride. The mint taste makes it a little more refreshing. Good service from SIS.
Love these! Taste like a Snickers bar :-)
Eat in small bites and works well
Very tasty but the peanut butter version is my favourite.
By far the best protein bar I've ever had. Mint is subtle and not overpowering. Bar has an excellent consistency.
great with a hot drink to relax after gym
tasty portable protein bar
Eenekkere reep moet een juiste hoeveelheid mint smaak