Tasty Protein Bars | BSN Protein Crisp
You have never missed a day at the gym. You drink your protein shake before your workout. After your workout, you're dreading on making another shake with that 'milkshake' consistently. Don't you think after never missing a day, counting calories and putting all that effort you deserve a cheat day? Well, with Syntha 6 Protein Crisp bars, you can cheat your diet, without actually having to!
Syntha 6 Protein Crisp Flavors
- Strawberry Crunch
- Mint Mint Chocolate Chocolate Chip
- Chocolate Crunch
- Peanut Butter Crunch
- Salted Toffee Pretzel
- Vanilla Marshmallow
- Mocha Latte
- Candy Cane
Why are BSN Protein Crisp Bars so good?
Giving your body enough protein is so important for building muscle and stamina. Your body uses the protein as energy to keep going because protein is a building factor. Whether your trying to lose weight and want to feel full, from packing on protein to then form that into muscle. Both are perfect ways to enjoy a Syntha 6 Protein Crisp. This isn't your ordinary bar. This bar has 20g of protein in each bar on top of only 4 grams of sugar and around 230 calories making it one of the easiest ways to refuel. Syntha 6 Protein Crisps have a variety of amazing flavors along with a fluffy and crunchy texture to keep you wanting more. Finally you can have something that is good for AND taste good!
- 230-240 Calories per Bar
- 4 g of Sugar
- 20g of Protein per Bar
- Easy to Consume
- Delicious Flavors & Taste!
Directions for Syntha 6 Protein Crisp
Simply enjoy one Syntha-6 protein bar whenever you need a quick boost of protein. For healthy adults, consume enough protein to meet your daily protein requirement as part of a balanced diet and exercise program.
BSN Syntha 6 Protein Crisp Nutrition Facts
Side Effects and Warnings
Contains: Milk, Soy, Egg, and Peanuts.
Manufactured in a facility that also processes peanuts, tree nuts and wheat.
Hulmi JJ, Lockwood CM, Stout JR- 2010- Effect of protein/essential amino acids and resistance training on skeletal muscle hypertrophy: A case for whey protein.