Endurance athletes burn a lot of calories… a lot. It is not unusual for a competitive athlete to burn 6,000 calories a day, and if you're an endurance athlete, you know you need to keep your caloric intake high. Doing this will boost athletic performance, rebuild muscle tissue, and provide some much-needed fuel for your body. One of the biggest sources that endurance athletes use for nutrition are energy bars.
Eat Your Coffee Caffeinated Snack Bars combine a real-food bar with caffeine to provide endurance athletes with a natural energy source to sustain their workout and provide the needed nutrients for post-workout recovery.
Athlinks.com even recommend our snack bars as one of their favorite nutrition products used by the staff at Athlinks.
Endurance athletes, especially runners, require additional calories for muscles to function properly. Nothing is worse than a runner hitting-a-wall in the middle of a big race or long trek. Getting a caffeinated lift from Eat Your Coffee's energy bars can sustain an athlete through a grueling marathon or cross-country endurance run.
Not all energy bars are made equal. Energy bars come in all flavors and sizes. The energy bars at Eat Your Coffee contain only natural ingredients. Every bar is vegan, non-GMO, gluten free, soy free, dairy free, and 70% organic. There are no additives, no preservatives, and no nonsense!
With the addition of caffeine from real, Fair Trade coffee, Eat Your Coffee energy bars provide an added dose of energy to keep you going. Each bar contains approximately 80 mg of caffeine which is equivalent to about one cup of coffee.
In addition to our delicious bars, Eat Your Coffee only buys from vendors who practice paying farmers and workers fair wages and are committed to protecting their employees against market fluctuations. This works to improve the standard of living for farmers in the international community.
Eat Your Coffee is focused on creating non-GMO, vegan, and gluten-free caffeinated energy bars and snacks. Our products are a great option for energizing the body for pre-workouts and post-workout muscle recovery.