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  • RXBAR Whole Food Protein Bar Review

    RXBAR Whole Food Protein Bar Review

    Each RXBAR Whole Food Protein Bar provides your body with 12 g of egg white protein, 22 g of carbohydrates, 9 g of fat, and 200 calories. They’re also gluten free, dairy free, and soy free. But unlike most protein powders, there’s no creatine, L-glutamine, or BCAAs. So can they still be an effective source…

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  • PowerBar Protein Plus Protein Bar Review

    PowerBar Protein Plus Protein Bar Review

    Each PowerBar Protein Plus bar provides your body with 30 g of protein, 34 g of carbohydrates, 11 g of fat, and 360 calories. They’re also one of the few protein bars to use a proprietary TriSource Protein blend of whey, soy, and casein, for sustained release. But unlike most protein powders, there’s no creatine,…

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  • CLIF Builder’s Protein Bar Supplement Review – Better Than Quest Bars?

    CLIF Builder’s Protein Bar Supplement Review – Better Than Quest Bars?

    Each 68 gram CLIF Builder’s Protein Bar provides your body with 20 g of protein, 29 g of carbohydrates, 10 g of fat, and 280 calories. They also contain 2 g of dietary fiber, and a range of vitamins and minerals, such as 50% of your vitamin C daily value. But unlike most protein powders,…

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  • Pure Protein Gluten Free Protein Bar Review – Best Low Carb Protein Bar?

    Pure Protein Gluten Free Protein Bar Review – Best Low Carb Protein Bar?

    Each Pure Protein Bar provides your body with 20 g of protein, 24 g of carbohydrates, 5 g of fat, and 200 calories. They’re also low in sugar, with just 3 g per bar. But unlike most protein powders, there’s no creatine, L-glutamine, or BCAAs. So can they still be an effective source of pre-workout…

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  • Promax Protein Bar Supplement Review

    Promax Protein Bar Supplement Review

    Each Promax Protein Bar provides your body with 20 g of protein, 40 g of carbohydrates, 4.5 g of fat, and 270 calories. They’re also packed with 18 vitamins and minerals, including 25% of your RDA for Vitamin A and Vitamin C. But unlike most protein powders, there’s no creatine, L-glutamine, or BCAAs. So are…

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  • MET-Rx Big 100 Colossal Meal Replacement Bar Review

    MET-Rx Big 100 Colossal Meal Replacement Bar Review

    Each MET-Rx Big 100 Colossal protein bar provides your body with 30 g of protein, 47 g of carbohydrates, 12 g of fat, and 410 calories. But despite having 50% more protein than most bars, you’re also facing a 400%+ increase in sugar (28 g per bar) compared to bars like MusclePharm Combat Crunch (5…

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  • MuscleTech Mission1 Clean Protein Bar Review

    MuscleTech Mission1 Clean Protein Bar Review

    Each 60 g MuscleTech Mission1 protein bar provides your body with 21 g of 100% isolate protein, 22 g of carbohydrates, 7 g of fat, and 210 calories. There’s also an impressive 17 g of fiber, which is 68% of your RDA. But without any creatine, L-glutamine, or BCAAs, is it better to buy a…

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  • thinkThin High Protein Bar Review – Better Than Quest Bars?

    thinkThin High Protein Bar Review – Better Than Quest Bars?

    Each thinkThin High Protein Bar provides your body with 20 g of protein, 25 g of carbohydrates, 8 g of fat, and 230 calories. They’re only one of a handful of bars to include soy protein isolate and casein as part of their protein blend. But unlike most protein powders, there’s no creatine, L-glutamine, or…

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  • MusclePharm Combat Crunch Gluten Free Protein Bar Review

    MusclePharm Combat Crunch Gluten Free Protein Bar Review

    Each 63 gram MusclePharm Combat Crunch protein bar provides your body with 20 g of protein, 28 g of carbohydrates, 7 g of fat, and 210 calories. This also includes 12 g of fiber, which is 48% of your RDA. But without any creatine, L-glutamine, or BCAAs, is it better to buy a whey protein…

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  • Optimum Nutrition Opti-Bar Protein Bar Review

    Optimum Nutrition Opti-Bar Protein Bar Review

    Each 60 gram Optimum Nutrition Opti-Bar provides your body with 20 g of protein, 20 g of carbohydrates, 9 g of fat, and 250 calories. They’re also a good source of dietary fiber, with 10 g per bar (40% of RDA). But unlike most protein powders, there’s no creatine, L-glutamine, or BCAAs. So can they…

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  • Quest Bar Protein Bar Review – The Best Low Carb Protein Bar?

    Quest Bar Protein Bar Review – The Best Low Carb Protein Bar?

    Each Quest Bar protein bar provides you with 20g of protein, 22g of carbohydrates, 6g of fat, and 190 calories. With 15g of dietary fiber per bar, they’re also one of the best low carb protein bars on the market, in terms of net carbs. In this review, we’ll compare Quest Bars to two other…

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  • Best Protein Bar Reviews and Comparisons 2023

    Best Protein Bar Reviews and Comparisons 2023

    Ever thought about topping up your whole food protein intake with a protein cookie, ready-to-drink protein shake, protein powder, or protein bar? Each uses their own protein blend, which typically includes a combination of whey protein isolate, milk protein isolate, and soy protein isolate. Protein intake is essential for workout recovery, muscle building, fat loss,…

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