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We tried the 1,250-calorie survival bar that powered Colin O'Brady's record-shattering 932-mile solo journey across Antarctica

5 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Colin O'Brady recently became the first person to cross Antarctica alone, unaided by kites or resupplies.
In his sled of food and gear, he brought a special nutrition bar called a Colin Bar. He ate 4,000 calories worth of the stuff every day.
We tasted the bar and found it impressively palatable, but it had some strange flavors.
When American adventurer Colin O'Brady set out to become the first human to cross Antarctica alone , unaided by resupply or any wind-gathering kite, he knew a special energy bar would be instrumental to his success.
Packed into his 400-pound sled of gear were...
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