Caffeine is one of the most consumed substances in the world for its taste, but also for its effects on our organism. It can be found in many products but it is mainly consumed through coffee, a beverage that can be found in almost every restaurant, bar and kitchen. Known for its stimulating effects, caffeine is widely used in the field of sport.
Nutrition plays a crucial role in progression and athletic performance. But the perfect diet doesn’t exist. Everyone is different, and therefore our needs vary according to many factors: age, gender, metabolism, physical activity (time, type, intensity...), objectives, and so on. The fundamental point is to balance intakes with energy expenditure. Strategies can be developed to try and get the most out of our diet (distribution of nutrients, timing, quantity...)
In a 65g Naak bar there are 5,5 grams of unsaturated fat, and only 1,5 grams of saturated fat. But why do we need lipids? Read on to understand how they work and how they affect our organism.
Along with proteins and carbohydrates, lipids belong to the macronutrients family. They are mainly composed of three different atoms: carbon (C), oxygen (O) and hydrogen (H). The lipid family includes triglycerides, sterols and phospholipids.
Designed by two friends and green athletes, the Naak bar is a sustainable energy bar made with cricket protein flour. It provides long lasting energy and improves recovery for active people.
We often talk about cricket flour instead of cricket powder. These two terms, which seem quite similar at first, actually have very different meanings!
One should talk about cricket powder and not cricket flour, as it is very different from classic flour and cannot replace it.