Lisanne was joined by registered dietitian Tori Park, who showed us how to make homemade protein bars, and Jimmy Rosser from Nautilus Sport & Fitness showed us his "double squat" exercise.
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Arbonne International Protein Bars
1 Cup Arbonne Figure 8 Protein Drink
1 scoop Arbonne Figure8 Fiber Shake (optional)
11/2 Cups Rolled oats
(Put in separate bowl)
1 cup Natural Peanut Butter
2/3 cup Honey
Heat Peanut Butter and Honey together in microwave for 1 minute. Mix in the Dry ingredients. Pour out in a pan. Put in Refrigerator for at least 1 hour. Cut and serve.
Nautilus Sport/Fitness Centers
Tori Park,RD/LD, ENVP
Independent Arbonne Consultant
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