A HIGH-PROTEIN VEGAN-FRIENDLY SNACK FOR MUSCLE RECOVERY AND REBUILD
With great tasting new flavours and an improved recipe, our Science in Sport PROTEIN20 bar is a convenient on-the-go option made with a high-quality plant protein blend for athletes looking for an alternative high-protein snack option that’s low in sugar.
THE SCIENCE BEHIND PROTEIN20
There are thousands of proteins in our bodies that perform a variety of daily functions to promote health, well-being and performance. We must consume adequate protein in our diet so that we have the relevant building blocks to make the new proteins required for our body to function.
As an athlete, after-exercise protein intake, whether it’s weight training or endurance-based, is important for building new proteins because repeated muscle damage and protein-feeding results in muscle growth. In relation to endurance performance, the stress of endurance exercise creates a signal to instruct our muscles to make new proteins involved in aerobic energy production.
- 20 grams of protein (soya protein isolate, pea protein isolate, pumpkin seed protein)
- 22 grams of carbohydrate
- 270kcals per 64g serving
- 0.7g/0.5g of sugar per bar
- Great taste and texture with a milk alternative chocolate coating
- Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
- Convenient and portable size
- High in protein, low in sugar
- Recovers and rebuilds muscle
- Use after exercise or snacking between meals
- Dairy-free, GMO-free, palm oil-free
WHY YOU SHOULD USE PROTEIN20
Wherever it’s derived from, protein is an essential nutrient for athletes in recovering and rebuilding muscles. Whether you’re specifically looking for a vegan option, or you simply prefer your protein a little cleaner, our SiS PROTEIN20 bar delivers a quick and convenient source of proteins from soya, pea and pumpkin.
With a satisfying crunch from protein crispies, followed by a smooth chocolate coating, gooey caramel and a super-soft protein centre, SiS PROTEIN20 bar brings authentic confectionary bar satisfaction that you don’t have to save for your next cheat meal, all while keeping your macros intact.