Amino Vital Fit Bars Nutrition

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Product Description

Amino Vital® Fit bars deliver branched-chain amino acids, essential for muscle energy and fast recovery, plus arginine and glutamine, vitamins and minerals for long-term health and well-being. All, at no more than 190 calories! Providing steady, long-lasting nutritional support throughout your entire day!

  • 1,000 mg amino acids
  • Only 2 to 4g sugar
  • No more than 190 calories!
  • Rich in Vitamin A, C, E, Folic Acid, Calcium and Iron
  • Available in 3 delicious flavors: Apple Pie, Chocolate Peanut, Toasted Nut Cranberry

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