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    March 16, 2007

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    Trentin

    Clyde,
    I am training for an Ironman and have been eating Clif Shot Blocks on my long runs and rides instead of powerbar gels. I was wondering if they are good for endurance training. The ingredients dont sound like what you recomend? The ingredients in order are Organic brown rice syrup, organic evaporated cane juice, organic brown rice syrup solids, pectin, citric acid, natural flavor, colored with black carrot juice concentrate, organic sunflower oil, carnauba wax,.

    Here is the link to the nutritional web site. http://www.clifbar.com/food/products_shot_bloks/

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