Dairy & Frozen Foods
Bassetts Market believes that “Fresh is Best!” by Supporting the LocalFarmers and Dairies. We carry fresh eggs from Jacoby Farms, Oak Harbor, OH with cheese and milk products- (which includes ICE CREAM ) lets all scream for Ice Cream – by Toft’s from Sandusky, Smith’s from Sandusky and Orrville, and from Dublin, OH we have Jeni’s Premium Ice Cream. Just for you we have found – Italian Master craftsmen to develop and create Bassett’s Own Gelato that is second to none. Eight delicious flavors are here to highlight any table. Our extensive yogurt section has flavors you might not have dreamed of. Looking for organic and meatless items “we have a section for that”. We are always searching for that special “new” item for you. Stop in and see us !
Bassett’s Market, Hardware & Pharmacy
3994 East Harbor Road
228 West Main Street
Available Now: Jeni’s Lemon & Blueberries Frozen Yogurt
The return of Lemon & Blueberries Frozen Yogurt is here. The summer favorite is available now.
Lemon & Blueberries is a refreshing, ultra-creamy blend of lemon juice, Seven Stars Farm’s tangy biodynamic yogurt, grass-grazed Ohio, and swirls of blueberry sauce made from scratch in our kitchen. Simply put, it bursts with summery flavor and aroma.
News Bulletin - NEW Research has found benefits to drinking chocolate milk after a workout.
Here’s why post-workout chocolate milk tops the list when it comes to fueling yourself after a hard session at the gym.
Post-workout chocolate milk is beneficial because of its protein content. Every cup contains between eight and 11 grams of protein, with the Clover and Bravo Foods brands containing the most. Ideally, you’ll want to consume between 15 and 25 grams of protein after a workout, which equates to 500 to 750 ml of chocolate milk.
Also, a study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that, when taken immediately after exercise, milk-based proteins promote greater muscle protein synthesis than soy-based proteins.
Finally, another reason why post-workout chocolate milk is beneficial is because cow’s milk contains about 80 percent casein protein content and 20 percent whey protein content. This is ideal because the whey protein is fast-acting, allowing amino acids to get right into the muscle tissue, while the casein protein is digested slower, providing a steady stream of amino acids over a lengthier period of time.
Turning to post-workout chocolate milk immediately following your lifting sessions is a smart move because of the types of carbohydrates it provides. The total carbohydrate count will vary depending upon the brand you choose, with most coming in around 20 to 25 grams of carbohydrates. The highest carb count is found in Hershey’s 2% Chocolate Milk, which rings in at 31 grams, while Hood’s Calorie Countdown 2% Chocolate Milk has the lowest carb count (5 grams).
This sugar will cause a spike in insulin levels, driving the glucose molecules into the muscle tissue and replenishing the energy stores for your next workout. Without this insulin spike, you’re going to be looking at a slower recovery period, which could mean more time out of the gym.
A study by the International Journal of Sports Nutrition had subjects perform three interval-style, exhaustion workout sessions on separate days, and then monitored the recovery that was demonstrated. The subjects consumed either chocolate milk or a carbohydrate replacement fluid post-workout.
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