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Catalyst moves to a whey recipe for the second flavor of its meal replacement bar

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Catalyst Meal Replacement Bar

To start the year, fitness trainer Sharon Chamberlin went from education to sports nutrition and released her first actual product. The launch was put under her already established coaching brand Catalyst, although it wasn’t a pre-workout, amino, or protein powder like most newcomers to the industry. Catalyst debuted with a nutritious and comprehensive bar in the Catalyst Meal Replacement Bar.

Sharon Chamberlin and Catalyst launched their edible product in the one Peanut Butter Brownie flavor with a solid 17g of protein a piece, 42g of carbohydrates with only a gram of that sugar and 18g fiber, 15g of fat, and 280 calories. A little more than half a year later, Catalyst is back in the news with a much-needed additional flavor for the bar, although there are some key differences beyond taste.

The second flavor of the Catalyst Meal Replacement Bar is Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, and unlike Peanut Butter Brownie, this one is not plant-based and relies on a whey-based recipe. In turn, the nutrition profile is quite a bit different, providing a higher 20g of protein, 37g of carbohydrates with 2g of that sugar and the same 18g of fiber, 33% less fat at 10g, and a much lower 230 calories.

The all-new Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Catalyst Meal Replacement Bar is not available for purchase yet, but it will be in a little more than a week on the 8th of next month, so Saturday of next week through