Take Away

Our blend of carbohydrates, B6 and 15g of protein helps repair muscles.

PR Bars are packed with a combination of soy and whey protein for staggered muscle repair.

Protein sparing can save protein to enhance muscle repair.

Take Away

PR Bars help you consume adequate carbohydrates and fat to fuel activities and exercise.

Combining carbohydrates and protein with fats will better control blood sugar spikes.

Our mix of B vitamins helps the body most efficiently use energy from carbohydrates and fat.

Take Away

PR Bar provides the right ratio of carbs to efficiently fuel the brain.

Healthy fat in the bars provide structure to nerve and brain cells for optimal efficiency.

Protein in the bars helps produce chemicals essential to brain function.

Take Away

The brain plays a major role in regulating hunger by releasing hormones and chemicals.

PR Bar’s mix of fat and protein activate the release of hormones to delay stomach emptying.

PR Bar’s carbs stimulate the release of chemicals to help curb hunger.

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