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XYIENCE launches protein bar

August 08
15:56 2016

XYIENCE-Protein-Bar-Chocolate-Peanut-ButterXYIENCE has released XYIENCE Protein Bars, which it says are the first such products to contain Sustamine L-Alanyl-L-Glutamine.

The company says the non-GMO, gluten-free XYIENCE Protein Bars are designed to fuel the body with the cleanest ingredients to provide sustained energy during workouts. They contain 20g of protein with only 1 gram of sugar, are sweetened with stevia and are soy-free containing 15-17g fibre made with quinoa and amaranth and also with sustamine, a dipeptide of 2 amino acids that are claimed to help the body with hydration and sustaining physical performance

According to the company, Sustamine L-Alanyl-L-Glutamine, a dipeptide of glutamine, provides several substantial benefits such as enhanced recovery, immune system support, and performance. On top of these benefits, research is said to suggest that Sustamine is absorbed more than 200% better than standard L-glutamine.

XYIENCE Protein Bars come in three flavours: chocolate peanut butter, chocolate mint and chocolate crunch.

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