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RXBAR Whole Food Protein Bar Review

RXBAR Whole Food Protein Bar

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 of pre-workout and post-workout nutrition? …

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PowerBar Protein Plus Protein Bar Review

PowerBar Protein Plus Protein Bar

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, L-glutamine, or BCAAs. So can …

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Promax Protein Bar Supplement Review

Promax Protein Bar

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 they an effective source of …

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MET-Rx Big 100 Colossal Meal Replacement Bar Review

MET-Rx Big 100 Colossal Meal Replacement Bar

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 g per bar). So can …

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MuscleTech Mission1 Clean Protein Bar Review

MuscleTech Mission1 Clean Protein Bar

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 whey protein powder or RTD …

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thinkThin High Protein Bar Review – Better Than Quest Bars?

thinkThin High Protein Bar

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 BCAAs. So can they still …

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Optimum Nutrition Opti-Bar Protein Bar Review

Optimum Nutrition Opti-Bar Protein Bar

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 still be an effective source …

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Best Protein Bar Reviews and Comparisons 2018

Protein Bar Reviews Guide

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, and maintaining a healthy diet. …

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