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anti-inflammatory energy bars

get energy and avoid soreness in a single product
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An energy bar along the lines of PowerBars or Clif Bars which contains ibuprofen, say 200 mg / bar. Taking IB prior to or during exercise is effective in reducing post-exercise soreness.

The obvious disadvantage is that such bars (in USA) would fall under the purview of FDA and be subject to lots of regulation that they're not now...though Power and Clif are making bars and gels with caffeine at the moment.

deef, May 29 2003

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       Great, as long as your kids don't binge themselves into liver failure.
FloridaManatee, May 29 2003
  

       Aren't energy bars already *within* the purview of the FDA? After all, they're food.   

       (within and beyond are the preferred prepositions for purview.)
snarfyguy, May 29 2003
  

       no thanks, my kids have enough without biting into anything
abhorsen1983, Jun 21 2007
  
      
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