About Science in Sport GO Energy + Protein Bar - 24 Pack
- > Approx. 35g of carbohydrates per bar
- > 10g Protein per bar
- > Made from natural ingredients
- > Contributes to the growth and maintenance of muscle
- > Informed Sport tested
GO Energy + Protein Bars are a nutritious, easily digestible high carbohydrate and protein based snack; made from fruits, wholesome ingredients and soy protein isolate.
Delivering additional carbohydrates during exercise is known to improve performance, race times and delay the onset of fatigue; while protein contributes to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass.Product Uses
GO Energy + Protein Bar can be used during exercise to meet fueling requirements, before endurance exercise as a high carbohydrate, high protein option or as a daily snack to meet carbohydrate and protein requirements.
This nutritious snack can be used to increase the daily carbohydrate content of an athlete’s diet and taken during exercise can contribute to fuelling performance. Proven by thousands of athletes in the world's toughest races, it meets their demanding energy needs. Depleting your carbohydrate stores during exercise is one of the major causes of fatigue, additional carbohydrate is essential to maintain performance.
Evidence is now suggesting that endurance athletes should also consume protein, in addition to carbohydrate, during exercise so as to prevent the protein breakdown (and hence promote better training adaptation) that occurs during prolonged exercise of moderate to high-intensity. It is also advised that protein is consumed within 60 minutes prior to endurance exercise.
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|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per Serving 60g|
|of which saturates||0.4g||0.2g|
|of which sugar||28g||16g|
*Reference intake of an average adult (8400kj/2000kcal).
Fruit juices from concentrate 26% (Grape, Pineapple), Cereal 26% (Rice & Soya Crisp [Rice Flour, Soya Protein Isolate, Oat Flour, Rapeseed Oil, Salt, Soya Lecithin], Oats), Maltodextrin (from Maize), Dried Fruits 20% (Raisins, Apricots), Soya Protein Isolate (10%), Banana, Malic Acid, Emulsifier: Soya Lecithin, Humectant: Calcium Lactate, Flavoring.
For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold.
May contain pips and stones
When should I eat these versus any of the Science in Sport gels?
When on the bike a commonly used strategy is to use solid foods like GO Energy + Protein bars during lower intensity sections of the ride, because solid foods require more blood flow to digest compared to other energy products.
Why Protein During Exercise?
Exercise causes muscle protein breakdown, which can affect performance if not managed correctly. While on the bike you will be using a huge amount of energy, leaving you at risk of breaking down lean muscle mass to maintain energy levels if you become deficient of carbohydrate and need energy quickly. Emerging evidence is now suggesting that endurance athletes should also consume protein, in addition to carbohydrate during exercise so as to prevent the protein degradation (and hence promote better training adaptation) that occurs during prolonged exercise of moderate to high-intensity.
Will they fit in my cycle jersey pocket?
Yes! GO Energy + Protein Bars are lightweight and compact, designed to fit in jersey pockets, cycle bags and waist packs.
Are these bars gluten free?
GO Energy + Protein Bars are not suitable for vegan, coeliac and gluten free diets.
What is the sugar content in these bars?
GO Energy + Protein Bar (60g) contains 18 grams of sugar from fruit sources, with no added sugar.
When should I have a bar?
GO Energy + Protein Bars can be used during exercise to meet energy demands, before endurance exercise as a high carbohydrate, high protein option or as a daily snack to meet carbohydrate and protein requirements.
Are they Informed Sport Tested?
Yes, Science in Sport GO Energy + Protein Bars are tested under the Informed Sport program.