Quest Protein Bar
Posted by curtimays8272 on July 1st, 2018
One of the biggest challenges for many of my clients is getting enough protein. Even if they’re eating protein with breakfast, lunch, and dinner, it can be difficult for them to hit the number I recommend. This especially applies when on a cutting diet, when protein requirements are even higher than usual.
This is the market that protein bars have been trying to fill for years unsuccessfully. For a long time, protein bars were gross. Unwrap a typical protein bar, and you would find a dense, chalky block of “food” that desperately tried to imitate actually delicious flavors like chocolate brownies and peanut butter cups. But they all failed miserably.
Things have changed a lot in the last few years. Now there are a lot of protein bars on the shelves that do taste good. When I found the Detour bar a few years back, I was surprised that it actually tasted somewhat like a candy bar. I’ve also tried the Oh Yeah! bars, Supreme bars, CLIF Builder bars, and many others. But most of these bars were higher in calories, carbs, and sugar than I’d like. They also had questionable protein sources and ingredients.
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