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Decathlon becomes ProYouth Stockists

Decathlon becomes ProYouth Stockists

PROYOU BARS NOW ONLINE AT DECATHLON.... We are super excited to share the news that you can now find us online on Decathlon stores.  From famous olympians like Micheal Phelps to coaches all know the importance of good nutrition. When you are actively training athletes may require more fuel to top-up the energy depleted during training or to simply cope with the calorie requirement when being active on the field playing football, playing tennis to swimming. Young people particularly benefit from regular top ups as they have smaller glycogen stores. But like a car good fuel is needed for the...

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Supporting our student athletes, PROYOUTH X RIGHTTRACK

Supporting our student athletes, PROYOUTH X RIGHTTRACK

We've discussed what it takes to seize a scholarship at a US University with our partners over at RightTrack

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Sunshine, Showers & Spring at ProYouth

Sunshine, Showers & Spring at ProYouth

Photo by Aniket Bhattacharya on Unsplash With the birth of ProYouth happening during an international crisis, we were determined to start this year stronger than ever. As we’re slowly stepping back into normality, we at ProYouth decided there’s no better time to share our immune supporting snack with the rest of the world. We collated a 5 step plan to initiate this takeover, and here’s how we did it: Phase 1 - Spread the love! and what better way to start then by sharing our treat with new territories India After successfully launching in India we are also thrilled to become 'Youth Nutrition...

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The Problem with the Prime Minister’s Anti-Obesity Strategy

The Problem with the Prime Minister’s Anti-Obesity Strategy

A campaign to help people ‘lose weight, get active and eat better’ after the COVID-19 ‘wake-up call’ will now, amongst other regulations, require calories to be displayed on menus to help people make healthier choices. The government’s new obesity plan for England will see a rise in fatty food prices, a reduction in readily available choices in supermarkets and a before 9pm TV and online advert ban for high fat, sugar and salt products (HFSS) - for the UK in its entirety.   The plan is being launched underneath the title of the ‘Better Health’ campaign, led by Public Health England...

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