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CNP Professional Pro Flapjacks are ideal snack protein bars for the person on the move. Available in four yummy flavours, these protein bars provide you with energy as well as provide support to your muscles, skin, hair and internal organs. Also contains complex carbohydrates to boost your energy levels. No more do you have to rely on unhealthy snacks - with CNP Profesional Pro Flapjacks you can be confident that you are making the right choice!

Pro-Flapjack Bars have been specifically designed for the health conscious individual and is a delicious way of providing quality protein and complex carbohydrates. With the hectic lifestyle faced by many people today, it has been easy to rely on poor nutritional, quick fix snacks or even worse miss a meal. Pro-Flapjack Bars are the perfect solution to these problems and can easily fit into pockets, bags, car glove compartments etc providing a convenient high nutritional snack any time of the day.

Pro-Flapjack Bars contain:
- Oats: a complex carbohydrate providing a slow release of energy.
- Protein Blend containing fast and slow release proteins.
Amount Per Serving

Calories: 278.6
Protein: 18.8g
Carbohydrate: 34.9g
of which sugars: 5g
Fat :7.1g
Of which saturates: 3g
Fibre: 2.6g
Sodium: 75mg
Other Ingredients

Oats, Protein Blend (Micellar casein, hydrolysed gelatine, hydrolysed collagen, sodium caseinate, whey protein concentrate), Chocolate flavour coating (8%), (contains vegetable fat, lecithin), Glucose syrup, Glycerine, Maltitol, Vegatable Oil, Sorbic Acid, Flavouring, Aspartame, Acesulfame K.

Contains a source of Phenylalanine.
May contain traces of nuts.
Directions For Use

As required.
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banned#1
I dont know who's voting these cold.. but you cant buy these cheaper anywhere online or offline, if they dont apply to you, no need to vote cold. just dont bother.
#2
Have you used these mate?

Whats the taste like?
#3
Need to update link. Correct link is http://www.discount-supplements.co.uk/shopexd.asp?id=7807

These are good bars, quality of nutrients and the taste - especially the chocolate orange! Heat added...although you can usually get these for same price off different websites if you wait. Just have to stock up when a good price comes along!
#4
put your shirt back on you nancy, its a flapjack big deal, what is a 'professional flapjack' anyway?!

Oh and i got the same email a few minutes ago too
#5
sashicee
put your shirt back on you nancy, its a flapjack big deal, what is a 'professional flapjack' anyway?!

LMAO.

Certainly not big in the cycling world and not likely to being called proefessional flapjacks. LOL

Most people will know you can create your own slow burn flapjacks for half the cost fairly easily and you know what goes into them/
#6
Good deal, dunno why you are whining you should have posted them up if you had the same email. Its not like they have the same content of a standard flapjack is it... Also its not like the poster named the ******* thing...

You can nearlly always find a cheaper alternative, the deal is based on this particualr product.
#7
Crossy
Good deal, dunno why you are whining you should have posted them up if you had the same email. Its not like they have the same content of a standard flapjack is it... Also its not like the poster named the ******* thing...

You can nearlly always find a cheaper alternative, the deal is based on this particualr product.


Why would I post the email up, I didn't fall down in the last shower.

You can buy a normal flapjack for next to nothing, if you want more protein scoff some nuts with it. But if you are gullible and like the packaging and the marketing babble like 'professional', 'professional pro' blah blah, then go ahead
#8
arrey, calm down, chaps. or maybe lay off the testosterone supplements...

:-D
#9
sossidge
arrey, calm down, chaps. or maybe lay off the testosterone supplements...

:-D


Protein is a little different to testosterone suppliments. But yea great contribution to the thread, that's a really educated response.

I've bought these before, to be honest I've not had any protein bars that go down easy, these aren't too bad, chewy quite filling the flavours do get a little sickly after a while.
Ahh I've got on in my draw here at work. 18.6grams, 284 Kcal's per bar.
Only thing is with bars it has quite a bit of sugar in it. But would taste nasty otherwise.

The Cherry & Almond flavour tastes like amaretto.
#10
sashicee
Why would I post the email up, I didn't fall down in the last shower.

You can buy a normal flapjack for next to nothing, if you want more protein scoff some nuts with it. But if you are gullible and like the packaging and the marketing babble like 'professional', 'professional pro' blah blah, then go ahead


Lol, "scoff some nuts with it" you're not serious.
It's a good find, they are normally more expensive. It's not a normal flapjack.
Anybody know's nuts are packed full of calories, the wrong type of protein. You could have quite easily said tuna or chicken breast, but nuts....

Stop the hate.
#11
Good deal, considering they are over a quid in shops for one.

Here, have some heat you must be freezing with your top off.
#12
Kermit2004
Lol, "scoff some nuts with it" you're not serious.
It's a good find, they are normally more expensive. It's not a normal flapjack.
Anybody know's nuts are packed full of calories, the wrong type of protein. You could have quite easily said tuna or chicken breast, but nuts....

Stop the hate.


Haha if you actually read the nurtitional part of the post you will see that these bars have 278 Calories anyway!

Why would I suggest to somebody to eat a chicken breast and a flapjack at the same time?!. In fact why eat the flapjack at all then, just eat chicken breasts!
#13
Nuts contain an oil that is really really good for you
In fact statistics show that if you eat a portion of nuts per day, in a years time your waistline will have reduced by 2inches :)
i'm not talking salted peanuts though here folks ;)
banned#14
BishBoshUK
Have you used these mate?

Whats the taste like?


Yes ive got some at the minute, they're a decent snack when you feel abit peckish and you dont wanna eat junk...

well worth the money :thumbsup:
banned#15
sashicee
put your shirt back on you nancy, its a flapjack big deal, what is a 'professional flapjack' anyway?!

Oh and i got the same email a few minutes ago too


ill crush you, you little spunk bubble! :roll:

dont comment about stuff you know nothing about!
banned#16
jazid
LMAO.

Certainly not big in the cycling world and not likely to being called proefessional flapjacks. LOL

Most people will know you can create your own slow burn flapjacks for half the cost fairly easily and you know what goes into them/


Well your commented would be appreciated if the title stated big momma's home cookery book receipes! but since this is for the product in question and were not all master chefs that want to make our own, then find another thread to post irrelevant comments in :thumbsup:
#17
dvhendo
Well your commented would be appreciated if the title stated big momma's home cookery book receipes! but since this is for the product in question and were not all master chefs that want to make our own, then find another thread to post irrelevant comments in :thumbsup:


Irrelevant? Its entirely relevant, becuase this unknown brand (to me) is costly and far too heavy on the naff marketting.
My point has the same relevance as posting a DIY PC against a costly shop bought one.

And you dont need to be a master chef, for example heres a good carb snack (honey and nana) albeit not a flapjack(professional or otherwise) that even you might be able to manage?!

BANANA MUFFINS

30g butter
60g (2 tablespoons) clear honey
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
2 large, very ripe bananas
150g plain flour
1 heaped tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda
1/2 tsp cinnamon
pinch of salt

Put butter, honey & vanilla in pan on low heat to melt.
Mash bananas and add to melted butter mixture.
Mix flour, baking powder, bicarbonate of soda, cinnamon & salt in another bowl, then add butter/banana mixture and stir together (don't overmix).
Put into paper cases in muffin trays (makes about 10).
Cook for 20 mins at 190oC/gas 5.
#18
Useful as a handy tasty snack when you don't have chance to make or won't have the opportunity to eat a proper meal. Not a continuous replacement (eg eaten daily). The suggestion of nuts however is a good one. Protein is protein, regardless of what it is from. A good diet will give you all the branch chained amino acids (eg protein) as you need and this will make a fine stop gap if you need it.

£15 is a good price tho, normally they are £18-20. They have a time and a place since they are small and handy and taste pretty good, compared to the nasty tasting rubbish from some brands. Mind you, the bars contain protein taken from the bone so aren't necessarily the best form of protein but as a stop gap are spot on.

BTW the CNP Professional brand is used by bodybuilders, boxers, in motorsport, rugby and cyclists a like.

jazid
Irrelevant? Its entirely relevant, becuase this unknown brand (to me) is costly and far too heavy on the naff marketting.
My point has the same relevance as posting a DIY PC against a costly shop bought one.

And you dont need to be a master chef, for example heres a good carb snack (honey and nana) albeit not a flapjack(professional or otherwise) that even you might be able to manage?!


CNP are not an unknown brand. They are one of the biggest in the UK sporting world (outside those use in football).

And as someone training as the OP clearly does, carbs won't cut it. You need protein to maintain and build muscle, not carbs. Protein is synthesized into muscle, carbs is only and can only be used as, energy (since all carbs are essentially differently structured sugars).

http://www.cnpprofessional.co.uk/

EDIT

Plenty of fats are needed in any active sportsman/woman diet. Both saturated and unsaturated - just avoid transfatty altered fats.
banned#19
jazid
Irrelevant? Its entirely relevant, becuase this unknown brand (to me) is costly and far too heavy on the naff marketting.
My point has the same relevance as posting a DIY PC against a costly shop bought one.

And you dont need to be a master chef, for example heres a good carb snack (honey and nana) albeit not a flapjack(professional or otherwise) that even you might be able to manage?!


FYI, I used to be a chef, you c**k :-))

but i dont want to be making flapjack thanks and PRO CNP is a HUGE brand so you dont know what your talking about, gimp! :)
banned#20
Matt.Wild
Useful as a handy tasty snack when you don't have chance to make or won't have the opportunity to eat a proper meal. Not a continuous replacement (eg eaten daily). The suggestion of nuts however is a good one. Protein is protein, regardless of what it is from. A good diet will give you all the branch chained amino acids (eg protein) as you need and this will make a fine stop gap if you need it.

£15 is a good price tho, normally they are £18-20. They have a time and a place since they are small and handy and taste pretty good, compared to the nasty tasting rubbish from some brands. Mind you, the bars contain protein taken from the bone so aren't necessarily the best form of protein but as a stop gap are spot on.

BTW the CNP Professional brand is used by bodybuilders, boxers, in motorsport, rugby and cyclists a like.



CNP are not an unknown brand. They are one of the biggest in the UK sporting world (outside those use in football).

And as someone training as the OP clearly does, carbs won't cut it. You need protein to maintain and build muscle, not carbs. Protein is synthesized into muscle, carbs is only and can only be used as, energy (since all carbs are essentially differently structured sugars).

http://www.cnpprofessional.co.uk/

EDIT

Plenty of fats are needed in any active sportsman/woman diet. Both saturated and unsaturated - just avoid transfatty altered fats.


Well said Beasty Matt! :-) :whistling:
#21
Roooiiidd rraaaagggeee...

Anyhoo, i've had these bars before. Taste good, and convenient way of getting some protein and carbs in you without much fat. Not the highest quality of protein but not the worst either. At 63p each it's a bargain! You'll struggle to find any half decent, tasty protein bar for under £1.50.

Personally I would stock up on these for when I need a protein boost on the go, such as when i'm out all day, or after workouts, as I can't be arsed to spend my evenings cooking up snacks which will have inferior quality protein. I keep cheaper powder stuff for when i'm at home, cus I dont wanna lug a pint of milk around in my bag.
banned#22
student_shopper
Need to update link. Correct link is http://www.discount-supplements.co.uk/shopexd.asp?id=7807

These are good bars, quality of nutrients and the taste - especially the chocolate orange! Heat added...although you can usually get these for same price off different websites if you wait. Just have to stock up when a good price comes along!


link updated, cheers for the heads up.
#23
Useful nutritional advice, ta.

Matt.Wild

BTW the CNP Professional brand is used by bodybuilders, boxers, in motorsport, rugby and cyclists a like.
CNP are not an unknown brand. They are one of the biggest in the UK sporting world (outside those use in football).

Never heard of them Im afriad, but Id guess that Science In Sport (SIS) is probably the biggest brand in this country, as its certainly the biggest in the field of rowing, cycling, triathlon and other endurance sports. Although whether the nasty rumour that some of the secret ingredients are indeed carcinogens ill never know.

Matt.Wild
And as someone training as the OP clearly does, carbs won't cut it. You need protein to maintain and build muscle, not carbs. Protein is synthesized into muscle, carbs is only and can only be used as, energy (since all carbs are essentially differently structured sugars).


As I said, it was just an example. But perhaps I need to lead the horse to plenty of water....
:whistling:
http://www.grouprecipes.com/s/homemade-protein-snack ...

FWIW I know several British Tri Age groupers that are into the bake-it-yourself which must mean there is something to it, but yes if you have no time, then off the shelf is the next best thing.
#24
Of course you can make your own, I do. But thats not the point is it? You don't argue about deals on bars of chocolate and say they should be making their own do you? Hell, M & M's (well peanut variety) are simply peanuts in chocolate with a crunchy coating - should we make them ourselves too?! :p

These are the same idea for sports men and women - someone who wants a snack, on the go with food that will meet their requirements. :thumbsup:

Anyway - good deal :-D
banned#25
Matt.Wild
Of course you can make your own, I do. But thats not the point is it? You don't argue about deals on bars of chocolate and say they should be making their own do you? Hell, M & M's (well peanut variety) are simply peanuts in chocolate with a crunchy coating - should we make them ourselves too?! :p

These are the same idea for sports men and women - someone who wants a snack, on the go with food that will meet their requirements. :thumbsup:

Anyway - good deal :-D


I couldnt of put it better myself

+1
#26
Never LOL so much, even better than the ginger one....
I never knew flap jacks could be so much fun voted hot just for the giggle
#27
dvhendo
ill crush you, you little spunk bubble! :roll:

dont comment about stuff you know nothing about!


Crush me! you look so little you'd have to step on a box first ;). Say hi to Mum for me, and tell her I like the wallpaper in your room hehe
banned#28
sashicee
Crush me! you look so little you'd have to step on a box first ;). Say hi to Mum for me, and tell her I like the wallpaper in your room hehe


haha! very funny arnt you little man! :santa:
#29
Now now kids, this isn't a playground...

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