Vegetarians, meet your veg protein sources!
No, you can get protein from plant-based sources as well. For instance, soybeans, legumes, nuts, tofu, etc.
You can get protein from plant-based sources. For instance, beans, legumes, nuts, and tofu. However, they are incomplete proteins because each food on its own only provides some of the amino acids your body needs each day. Whereas, quinoa and soybeans are among the few non-animal foods that are complete proteins.
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It is packed with the power of protein, goodness of fiber, omega-3, and vitamins & minerals, providing you balanced nutrition. That’s not all. In fact, it is a delicious and handy power snack that fuels you with 4 hours of sustained energy.
Yes, Max Protein bars are 100% vegetarian! In fact, they contain no preservatives and no artificial sweeteners as well. All the bars are made from a natural and complete protein blend of soy, whey and casein (milk protein), fueling you with sustained energy.
You will be delighted to know that Max Protein bars are packed with a complete protein blend of soy, whey and casein (milk protein). That’s not all. They also contain natural ingredients such as whole grain oats, flaxseeds, nuts, and 21 vitamins & minerals.
Max Protein Active bar is not just any snack. It’s fueled with 20g of nourishing protein, 7g of fiber, and 4 hours of sustained energy, making it your perfect go-to power snack.
Yes, most certainly they do. Max Protein bars come in delicious flavours - from orange and coffee to chocolate and berries, every variant is customised to meet your palate. With Max Protein, we bring you a range of wholesome protein bars that provide balanced nutrition without compromising on taste.
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