Ote Duo Bar Sports Nutrition Review

Pete Muir Thursday, April 19, 2018 - 13:29 The newly redeveloped version is moister and tastier 4.0 / 5 £2 each The big question with any review of sports nutrition products is: do they work? And almost without fail the answer will be: who knows? I have used numerous different brands and products over the years, and I still couldn’t specify which ones provide the best energy boost or the most help to speed up recovery. Nor could anyone else who hasn’t subjected themselves to months of restricted diet and training protocols under laboratory conditions. As such, if you ask me whether the OTE Duo Bars are better than other energy bars, I have to reply that I simply don’t know. I have taken them on rides, and they certainly helped to keep me going. But then so would a banana. I can’t feel the bars working, and I can’t ...

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