Honey Stinger Protein Nutrition

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MSRP : $28.05

Product Description

Perfect for a recovery meal or healthy snack. Honey Stinger uses no trans fats or hydrogenated oils in the protein bar product. Non-gluten ingredients Designed for use after workout...

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NYTimes on protein bars

[url]http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/29/dining/protein-bars.html[/url] TL;DR - Whey protein that is used to make protein bars tastes like crap, so companies add sugar and artificial sweeteners. Whey prices have soared so companies are using soy. Protein bars can have as many calories as a sandwich ... Read More »

Soy or whey protein after resistance exercise?

Not sure how to interpret this: [url=http://www.alphagalileo.org/ViewItem.aspx?ItemId=135333&CultureCode=en]Scientists Review Effects of Soy and Whey Protein Supplementation Post-Exercise[/url]Read More »

Not overally scientific post on Protein needs..(aka appropriate for lay audiences)

[url=http://josephagu.com/2011/09/17/protein-requirements-for-people-who-will-never-settle-for-being-average/]Protein requirements for people who will never settle for being average | Nutrition consultant[/url] He gives the protein 'needs' issue a pretty good and fair shake here, identifying some ... Read More »

Whey Protein Contains Metal

My cousin asked me to stop drinking. I feel this is not that dangerous to the level that it will do more harm than good. What do you think?Read More »

Starting the protein/water bottle mix. Few questions

Hey everyone. I started cycliing a little over a month ago and am addicted. I got a Specialized Roubaix so I could comfortably do long rides. Currently im about 25 lbs overweight and am trying hard to bring it down and noticing results. I've been using a camelbak in the absence of water bottles bu ... Read More »

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