The Norwegian brand YT in collaboration with the Top Sports Center has launched a new protein-rich and low-calorie bar. It is a great snack for sustaining energy during the day and an effective quick meal for post-workout recovery.
Key Ingredient Breakdown
YT Protein Bar Brownie contains 5.5g of fat (of which 2.7g are saturated fatty acids), 22g of protein, 14g of carbohydrate (of which 1.1g is sugar and 12g is polyols (sugar alcohols)), 1.3g of dietary fiber and 0.45g of salt.
The nutritional formula of YT Protein Bar Fudge is slightly different. It contains.7.4g of fat (of which 4.0g are saturated fatty acids), 20g of protein, 14g of carbohydrate (of which 1.5g is sugar, 12g is polyols (sugar alcohols), 2.0g of dietary fiber and 0.61g of salt.
Most of the protein comes from milk protein and soy protein. As for the sugar, YT Bar contains natural sugar from milk and sweeteners (maltitol) as well. Among the ingredients that make the bar so delicious, you can find cocoa paste, cocoa butter, and fat-reduced cocoa. The YT Protein Bar Fudge also contains peanuts and caramel.
The benefits of such a combination of ingredients are the following:
- It increases muscle protein synthesis and promotes muscle mass growth.
- It enhances strength and power.
- It improves your muscle recovery after high-intensity training.
Its combination with resistance training will lead to greater fat burn.
Flavors & Servings
Each bar is 50g of energy that you need to satisfy a sweet tooth and stay productive all day long. It is available in two flavors: Brownie with Chocolate flavor and Fudge with Peanut and Chocolate. Both bars are protein-packed and delicious.
Where To Buy
You can order YT Bars directly from the online store of the company Nettbutikk.yt.no. Your purchase can be delivered to any spot of Norway, however, currently, YT bars are not available worldwide.
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