By dotFIT experts
on October 06, 2008
Traditional whole foods are not ideal pre- and post-training snacks because of the time it takes to digest solid food including extraction then absorption of the needed nutrients (about 2-3 hours). Although nutrition bars with the proper carbohydrate, protein and fat ratios can be effectively used before and after exercise, liquid is generally better for the simple reason of speed to the muscles. More...
By Registered Dietitian
on October 09, 2008
Eat right and perform better, the two are directly related. This article will review the proper timing and balancing of pre- and post-workout/competition snacks or meals. Basic guidelines for parents and coaches are also provided. More...
By Registered Dietitian
on October 09, 2008
Optimal athletic performance requires food and nutrient intake that is tailored to each athlete’s sport, training schedule and individual needs. The basics of performance nutrition are discussed here to help maximize your physical potential and reach your performance goals. More...
By Registered Dietitian
on October 03, 2008
Optimal athletic performance requires food and nutrient intake that is tailored to each athlete’s sport, training schedule and individual needs. More...
By dotFIT experts
on October 10, 2008
The athlete’s goal is to have their stomachs relatively empty while energy stores are full at the start of training or competition. Following a specific eating pattern can maximize the storage and production of energy. By properly loading your energy systems (phosphocreatine and glycogen) that are rapidly depleted during exercise, you can delay fatigue and optimize performance during activity. More...

Breakfast Bar

The Breakfast Bar can help you accomplish your weight control, fitness and athletic goals by

  • Supplying a quick and nutritious breakfast
  • Providing instant portion control and accurate calorie counts
  • Delivering the ideal pre or post exercise snack to maximize workouts and recovery
  • Preventing you from skipping meals and overeating due to extreme hunger
  • Satisfying your sweet tooth

Eating breakfast regularly is a cornerstone of long term weight loss. Incorporating a convenient and balanced breakfast can help limit portion sizes, manage hunger levels and control calories.


Unique Features

  • Contains whole grains
  • Made with real fruit
  • Provides ALA Omega-3 fats
  • High protein from multiple high quality protein sources; low cholesterol
  • Microwaveable
  • Good source of calcium and fiber
  • Helps support a healthy digestive and immune system
  • Convenient on-the-go packaging
  • Handmade and baked with high quality ingredients
  • Third-Party Tested: Rigorous testing, both in-house and through third-party FDA approved laboratories, which assures all nutritional claims meet or surpass FDA and USDA guidelines as well as industry norms


       Meal Replacements & Weight Loss

Figure 1: In all six studies groups using meal replacements (PMR) as part of their overall calorie intake lost significantly more weight than subjects using reduced calorie diets (RCD) alone.

Reference: Heymsfield SB, van Mierlo CA, van der Knaap HC, Heo M, Frier HI. Weight management using a meal replacement strategy: meta and pooling analysis from six studies. Int J Obes Relat Metab Disord. 2003 May;27(5):537-49.

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