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New nut butters from Dr Zak's!

by Press Release
Friday 16th September 2016
If you’re a fan of Dr Zak’s high protein nut butters then you’ll be pleased to hear they’re launching four new flavours, including chocolate fudge brownie! 
When UK based functional food experts Dr Zak’s launched their ‘next generation’ high protein peanut butters last year, they were received to high acclaim. Not only did they offer 35g of high quality whey protein per 100g, a simple and effective everyday alternative to shakes and protein bars, but they were also suitable for vegetarians and free from palm oil and artificial sweeteners. What really got tongues wagging and taste buds twitching however was the range of exciting flavours that were available, including Salted Caramel, Cherry Bakewell and Apple and Cinnamon.
Already seen by many athletes as the best high protein peanut butters on the market, Dr Zak’s haven’t rested on their laurels however and are excited to announce that the ‘best just got better’….
This month sees the launch of four exciting new flavours in the Dr Zak’s High Protein Peanut Butter range - Chocolate Fudge Brownie, Chocolate Orange, Banoffee and an Original version in both Smooth and Crunchy varieties.
As with the first butters each of the new flavours contains next generation whey protein isolate, which means it’s easier and faster for your body to absorb the 35g of protein each 100g of the nut butters contain. 
All the butters across the range will now come infused with shea and coconut oil, which, on top of both having well documented health benefits, allows them to avoid using palm oil.
Furthermore all the butters now use inulin fibre (chicory root) as featured in BBC’s ‘How to Stay Young', which discussed the emerging research of how Inulin may help break down visceral fat and could help with a number of health conditions. In addition, inulin helps reduce carbohydrates, increases fibre and acts as a pre-biotic.
For more details visit www.dr-zaks.com. To buy head to www.musclefood.com, where a 450g jar costs just £4.50

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