Disclaimer: This review made is my honestly held opinion and am not a statement of fact.

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Perfect macro companion for the people on the go

  • This protein bar might look small but it packs a punch
  • Great nutritional profile for those who are always lacking time to eat, take out from the bag & munch away
  • The taste is alright, nothing spectacular, nor it will make you gag

Duration length of product testing: 1 month

BioTechUSA Go Protein Bar

Editor’s Review

Apart from regular food and liquid protein supplementation, there is a third method to have more of this muscle-building macronutrient: eating solid protein bars. BioTechUSA has produced its own, and it appears to be a valid choice.

The Product

Go Protein Bar made by BioTechUSA is a protein bar enriched with 8 vitamins, with BCAAs and L-Glutamine. As for the protein content itself, it’s got a fine total of 20 g. All these are packed in 80 g of goodness – bigger than the regular protein bars out there. The product can be employed as a refill before workouts, or as a recovery aid after your training, considering that the body requires protein in both circumstances. It is suitable for hard training bodybuilders, but also to anyone partaking in physical activity, and needing a nutritional boost. Enjoy the benefits of added L-Glutamine, L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine and L-Valine if you are building muscle. The nutrition facts are presented in their entirety on the official website.


One 80-gram Go Protein Bar costs under $2 – there is no fixed price, as it depends on each vendor.


This is a rather yummy product, and you have several taste formulas to choose from: banana, raspberry, vanilla & coconut, chocolate & marzipan. Therefore, feel free to pick your favorite. All bars have a coating – some with milk chocolate, others with white chocolate, depending on the chosen flavor.


A lot of concern has gone into fabricating these protein bars. They’re enriched with nutrients that give vitality and also feed the muscles. However, it’s important to be careful with this, especially if your fitness goal is to lose weight. There are 346 calories per piece, 19 g protein, 32 g carbs, 20 g sugars, 14 g fat, 11 g saturated fatty acids and 2.4 g fiber. Given the high carb and lipid content, you can accumulate fat if you’re not paying attention to your intake – not just the protein bar consumption, but also your regular food intake. Too much of that will surely increase your adipose layer. It is different from the brand’s Zero Bar, which lacks the sugars and is less fattening. However, it is also enriched with important nutrients, including vitamins C, E, B1 to B12, folic acid and biotin. The other one is not. Thus, perhaps you would like to compare the two and see what would work best in your diet and with your training/health goals.

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