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The company said it had developed the Opti-Bar range to meet demand for convenient products. "Optimum Nutrition hasn't been in the bar space in some time," Stuart Heflin, director of North American marketing for Optimum Nutrition, told just-food. "As a brand, we are constantly innovating to meet athletes' needs and our evolving product line reflects that commitment. We are determined to bring the best formulas and flavour profiles to our athletes. "Our athletes are looking for portability and convenience in sports nutrition. A lot of our recent product innovation, including new ready-to-drink offerings, has addressed this need. Bars are a very popular option for pre- or post-workout, or as snacks and we wanted the millions of consumers who are loyal to Optimum Nutrition to have the option of a great tasting, high-quality bar from their most-trusted sports nutrition brand." The 60g gram bars contain 20 grams of protein, with Optimum Nutrition emphasising the ingredient comes frommilk protein isolate and whey protein isolate. The company also underlined the bars contain three to five grams of sugar; companies that have launched products packed with protein can attempt to mask the taste of protein with sugar. The bars come in five flavours including cookies 'ncream, white chocolate raspberry and cinnamon pecan roll. Heflin said the bars are "sold at most places that carry Optimum Nutrition products", including sports nutrition retailers like GNC and Vitamin Shoppe,gyms, as well as online at bodybuilding.com and amazon.com.
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"Why do we have to be concerned about people who are already home?" The Trudeau government introduced sweeping changes last month that include, among other measures, mandatory roadside breath samples and much harsher penalties for some offences that could result in up to 10 years in prison. Police can also demand a roadside saliva sample but they must first have reasonable suspicion that a driver has drugs in their body. Trudeau government introduces sweeping changes to impaired driving laws The changes, which were announced the same day the federal government unveiled its bill to legalize marijuana,are stirring a lot of debate among local lawyers, legal experts and victims groups who are lining up to either praise or pan the legislation. "I'm a little puzzled, actually," said Calgary law professor Lisa Silver. Along with Fedorchuk, Silver also predicts the law will be challenged on constitutional grounds because police will no longer require "reasonable suspicion"before demanding a breath sample. Officers can simply demand a test and drivers will have no choice, since refusing to provide a sample is a Criminal Code offence. "There's going to be litigation around this for sure," says Silver. University of Calgary law professor Lisa Silver says Canada's proposed impaired driving laws appear to contravene the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and will face a constitutional challenge. (Bryan Labby/CBC ) Section eight of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms states "everyone has the right to be secure against unreasonable search or seizure." Silver says once a sample is unreasonablyseized, a driver would essentially be "conscripted against themselves." "What you've given those officers will be used against you to convict you, ultimately, in court," said Silver. Shifting the burden of proof Fedorchuk says the proposed law could shift theburden of proofonto an accused. As an example, he says someone who is approached by police at their residence would have to prove they consumed alcohol or drugs at home after they exited their vehicleand were not driving drunk. Silver says the changes are likely meant to eliminate what's known as the bolus or intervening drinking defences. Calgary Police Service Acting Sgt. Mudassir Rana pulls over a driver who failed a breath test and was subject to an immediate 72-hour licence suspension.
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