This issue is all about celebrating goals achieved and giving you practical tools to set and reach new goals, as you look towards the end of the year. So, what better companion to help you on your pathway to success with the all-new Achieve Protein Bars!
We all know the importance of having quality protein in our diets to help maintain muscle mass and Achieve Protein Bars deliver an impressive 20 g of protein in every bar, making it the ideal pre-workout boost or post-exercise recovery aide.
Seriously tasty, and like all our other Herbalife 24 range, the Achieve Protein Bars are also tested for prohibited substances – that’s great peace of mind for serious athletes.
If you haven’t yet tried Achieve Protein Bars, here’s a few of the features & benefits:
Who are Achieve Protein Bars suited to?
If you lead an active lifestyle or participate in moderate to high levels of sports training, Achieve Protein Bars are an ideal pre-workout boost or post-workout recovery companion. The bars are also high in fibre, delivering 12 g of the 25-30 g recommended by Australian and New Zealand health experts.1
What is the protein source in Achieve Protein Bars?
The 20 g of protein per bar is sourced from a blend of Whey Protein Isolate and Milk Protein Isolate.
Do Achieve Protein Bars support weight loss?
The 20 g of protein and 12 g fibre in Achieve Protein Bars are designed to keep you fuller for longer and provide energy for a healthy active lifestyle. However, they have been specifically designed for a pre-workout boost or a post-exercise recovery aide.
Can I consume Achieve Protein Bars as well as my current Herbalife Protein Bar or other high protein products?
A combination of high protein products can be ok, depending on a few factors including your weight, gender and level/type of physical activity you are participating in. Dr. Dana Ryan, Ph.D. Director, Sports Performance & Education, recommends if you’re a moderately active adult, between 1.1-1.7 g of protein should be consumed per kg of body weight. However, if you are regularly doing resistance training, you’ll need between 1.8-1.9 g of protein per kg of body weight. Eating more than 2 g of protein per kg of body weight has not shown to have any additional benefit.
When should I consume an Achieve Protein Bar?
If you’re very active or doing resistance training workouts, the timing of your protein intake is key. You can consume a bar prior to working out for a quality fuel boost, or enjoy within a half-hour after exercising to help aide lean muscle recovery.
1. Dietary fibre recommendations: https://www.nrv.gov.au/nutrients/dietary-fibre