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Desserts for athletes: Chocolate, citrus fruit and berry treats

Flapjacks make good desserts for athletes especially when made with nuts and seeds. Pile of three flapjacks on a white plate with seeds scattered beside them and a teapot in the background

With many of us heading back to the gym or hitting our training plans with renewed resolve, thoughts turn to healthy eating. Whether training for an event, goal or overall fitness, exercise and food both have a part to play. Sometimes though, eating well can be difficult. Constantly watching what you eat is draining. Savoury food is one thing but thinking of desserts for athletes and active families that are both nutritionally beneficial and delicious can be tough. We’ve shared…

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Roar Training: Back to the gym or time for a change?

Swimmer in a river with three ROAR protein pots in the foreground

As the UK starts to reopen after lockdown, it’s time to get back to the gym. But something strange seems to be happening among fitness fanatics around the country. It turns out, many of us rather enjoyed the freedom of training at home or outdoors. Sports like open water swimming have surged in popularity with many hardy folks taking the plunge throughout the Winter. Others turned to running and cycling whilst Joe Wicks the Body Coach has kept children, parents…

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Whey protein on the go as part of a balanced diet

Chocolate flavoured whey protein on the go in powder form to be used as a shake

Balancing a busy lifestyle with sport and exercise commitments can be tough. Fitting in the training itself is hard enough but then recovery time and a balanced diet both need to be factored in. Protein intake is crucial to athletes due to the part it plays in helping muscles to repair after a workout. For this reason, it is widely accepted that we need to consume protein during the hour following exercise. But that’s not always as easy as it…

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Low saturated fat desserts: No compromise required for a healthy treat

Low saturated fat desserts get a bad press. They sound like a compromise, a pudding without the cream. Low fat, low sugar diet foods. Cardboard with sweeteners. Well, we’re here to tell you that this perception is all wrong. Low saturated fat desserts can be both delicious and healthy. Whether you’re here for low saturated fat dessert recipes, quick and easy creations or high protein, low saturated fat desserts to buy, we’ve got you covered. We’ll start by telling you…

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High protein desserts to buy: Things to look out for

ROAR protein bars to buy in a triple pack containing three flavours. Pots displayed in front of the box on a grey marble background

We all love a pudding and here at ROAR, we are fully aware that there are loads of high protein desserts to buy. So, where do you start when it comes to finding your favourite? We’ll talk you through what to look for in a protein dessert. We also have the lowdown on the taste, nutrient content, calories and sugar in our outstanding protein dessert available in three different flavours. ROAR high protein desserts to buy Why are high protein…

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Protein Pots: Fuel on the go

Six pots of ROAR protein of all three flavours placed on rocks beside a river with trees reflecting in the water and blue sky

Protein is an important part of everybody’s diet. But if you are involved in sport or exercise, getting enough protein becomes even more important. For many of us with busy lives, eating well and exercising don’t necessarily go hand in hand. If you head out for a run at lunchtime, the chances are you won’t have time to prepare a balanced meal. So instead of grabbing a soggy vending machine sandwich, why not consider protein pots for fuel on the…

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ROAR Protein Review: What people are saying about our desserts

Five ROAR high protein desserts stacked on top of each other with a double chocolate pot at the apex with chocolate chips on top

The concept of ROAR protein desserts is fairly simple. Our pots combine what you want to eat after a workout, with what you ought to eat. Healthy eating has never been so easy. Everyone who tries them agrees that the flavours are downright fabulous. Plus, the 20.6 grams of protein in the average pot AND the low saturated fat content combine to give you just what you need to fuel your body. But we do realise we’re biased. After all,…

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High protein desserts: How ROAR is revolutionising protein snacks

Trio of ROAR high protein desserts on a black ROAR box against a grey marble background ideal for post-training when you're back to the gym

High protein desserts by ROAR are the latest innovation to hit the fitness market. It has long been accepted that consuming protein after exercise helps muscles to heal. This prevents the loss of lean mass leading to more effective training, faster recovery and enhanced performance. For years now, athletes have been chasing that protein hit by mixing up powders and formulas. Protein bars were introduced to make the post-exercise snack a little easier to grab. But they’re hardly appetising after…

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World Food Innovation Awards: Best Snacking Innovation Class WINNER!

Yesterday, we received the amazing news that ROAR Protein Desserts was announced as the WINNER of the Best Snacking Innovation class at the 2020 World Food Innovation Awards. We couldn’t be more delighted with such an incredible achievement. We know our high protein desserts are awesome, but hearing that world class judges agree with us is a real confidence boost. Here’s the lowdown on the awards themselves and why it’s a big win for our little company. Trio of ROAR…

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