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Clif Bar Builders

Chocolate-packed protein so good, you'll reach for one of these even on days you don't work out.

  • 20g of high-quality protein to help build and repair muscle*
  • Carbohydrates to help you sustain your workout
  • Zero grams trans fat and does not contain partially-hydrogenated oils or high fructose corn syrup
  • Low glycemic**
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Coffee or Nuts (200cal Snack)

If your drink is a medium latte with two percent milk (no whipped cream), it's 190 calories. Next to it, for visual reference, is 1/3-cup of mixed nuts that weighs in at 213 calories. You can have one or the other—not both—to stay around 200 calories. If you want the nuts, switch to plain coffee or tea for your beverage and you'll only add a couple of calories. A hot beverage can satisfy a cold body. Remember that specialty drinks contain more calories.

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Cherries - Antioxidants

Cherries are one of the most antioxidant-rich fruit and provide a wide range of health benefits, as well as performance and recovery benefits for athletes. Research has shown that runners who consumed tart cherry juice, twice a day for seven days a week, had strikingly less muscle pain following a long distance run. The post-exercise benefits are astonishing because of the fruit's natural anti-inflammatory components. A recent study from the University of Michigan revealed that a cherry enriched diet lowered total weight, body fat and inflammation, all associated with heart disease.

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Balance Ultra Ripped

Balance Ultra Ripped deal! Get in quick for this awesome offer.

Buy any Ultra Ripped product and receive FREE a towel, shaker and 60 cap's of L-carnitine.

How good is that?

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Nutrient Timing

Nutrient timing is a planned alteration of macronutrient intake in order to promote health, workout performance, and get/stay lean.

Most nutrient intake is taken on a response from the body asking for food, and there fore you take on nutrients at no real planned time of the day.
What if nutrient timing could gain your more muscle mass or trim off those extra couple of kilo's without doing anything extra?
Well your in luck, taking on the right amount of macro nutrients at the correct timing can produce those results you might be looking for. Take for example a 40 year old looking to increase some muscle but keep that belly fat reduced, What would think would work for him?

Like to know more?....why not pop in chat to us about nutrient timing at QLD Discount Vitamins - Clifford Gardens


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