The French know that the trick to keeping weight down is to enjoy all the senses while we prepare and eat food, to sit to eat, to share meals with those we love, and to savor the experience over several hours, if possible. Can you picture yourself seated at a rustic table in the French countryside with nothing to do but enjoy a leisurely meal, engaging conversation, and contagious laughter with friends?
But, back to reality and the work deadlines, the family members who need your time, and the appointments to keep. When you absolutely need to have a "quick" and "nutritious" snack or meal replacement, our tasty protein bars are ready to peel into. Our advice is to get a knife and cut the bar into 12 bites and put in a baggie. This way, it will take longer to savor the flavor and enjoy the bar. Keep the protein bars handy so that temptation will not be indulged. Keep a box in your desk at work, in your car, purse, and always a box in the freezer just in case you find yourself staring vacantly into your home pantry at meal time with no inspiration. The best way to get fit and stay fit is to eat protein every 3-4 hours. It takes approximately this amount of time to digest protein. While the digesting process endures, the fires in our body keep burning, providing us with the energy that we need to live in a healthy, happy manner.
Dr. Chufo recommends that the average, sedentary man needs 80-100 grams of protein throughout the day and the average, sedentary woman needs 70-90 grams. Quality protein nourishes every part of the body, including the brain. This protein increases alertness, focusing, attention span, memory and helps us get better quality sleep at night and not slow down during the mid-afternoon, taking that "cat" nap because we need it. We can now simply take it if we want it. We will wake up feeling refreshed all because we have given our body the consistent protein it needs throughout the day and how easy is it to peel off the wrapper of the protein bar.
Cookies and Cream tastes similar to Oreo Cookies, our clients say.