Smart Hunger Control! – Muscle Milk Light, Now Available in All Branches


Smart Hunger Control!

Hungry, but don’t want to spoil your next meal? Want a convenient snack to-go, but watching your calories? Muscle Milk Light Bars deliver the same phenomenal taste as our Genuine Muscle Milk Bars, but with 43% fewer calories. Each bar is packed with 15 grams of high-quality protein, complex and simple carbohydrates for stable energy levels, and contains NO lactose!

Muscle Milk Light Bars are ideal when you want a nutritious, convenient snack to tide you over between meals. They are also the perfect calorie control snack for weight management programs. Muscle Milk Light Bars deliver the satisfying taste and healthy, sustained energy of Muscle Milk in two delicious flavors to make your taste buds happy: Chocolate Peanut Caramel and Vanilla Toffee Crunch.

Benefits of Muscle Milk Light Bars:

  • Premium Protein Blend: 15 grams of high-quality protein
  • Zero Tolerance: Zero lactose
  • Amazing Taste: Same Muscle Milk flavor-rich indulgence!
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Five Things You Should Know About Walnuts


Think you know everything about this superfood? Think again!

1) Even though there are 21 species of walnut trees, the nuts you’ll find in your grocery store are most likely Persian or common walnuts, but in America they’re often called English walnuts. Confusing matters further, the Central Asian country of Kyrgyzstan has the largest walnut-tree forests in the world.

2) One ounce of walnuts, or about 14 halves, has 185 calories, 4 grams of protein and carbs, 2 grams of fiber and 18 grams of fat. Of those 18 fat grams, 2 grams are saturated, 3 grams are monounsaturated and the rest is polyunsaturated.

3)Walnuts are the only nut that contains large amounts of omega-3 fatty acids. That means they’re good for not only cardiovascular health but also building muscle and losing fat.

4) Lightly toasted walnuts make an excellent addition to a number of dishes. Toss them in salads, add them to green beans sautéed in olive oil or sprinkle them on Greek yogurt. Alternatively, invest in some walnut oil. It’s expensive and not ideal for cooking (high temperatures degrade its flavor and nutrient profile), but it makes a great base for salad dressings.

5) Walnuts’ fat content makes them prone to rotting. Store shelled nuts in the freezer or fridge to improve their longevity.