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Choosing the Best Energy Bar

Edible Energy: Find the Right Bar for Your Needs


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    So far I have not been interested in this kind of food, I eat really thin sliced apple, when they're crisp they remind me of chips.
  • Sadly--they are too carb heavy for me.
    Thank you for this informative article.
    Agreed. Cannot even believe Quest isn't on the list. Not sure who did this article but I don't think they did a lot of research. Quest has the most protein highest fiber and lowest sugars. Do some research.
  • I have been using Quest bars to stop wanting sweets. However I notice some one mentioned Victory bars. Will check it out as Quest has gotten so expensive. I have stopped using them unless I have a coupon from GNC. Good article!!
  • I agree with those who can't believe Quest Bars weren't mentioned. They are my go to on the run meal replacement bar! And Quest Bar statistics fit right in with the guidelines. Cookie Dough and Cookies and Cream are my favs!!!!!
    Other than that, good information!
  • Add me to the list of Sparkers who are shocked that Quest bars were ignored. They have the best nutrition and the safest ingredients.
  • I love and am a big fan of Quest bars, and I'm surprised that they didn't even make the list! :-(
    I first heard about Quest bars on the Dr. Oz show. Stats vary but they are all high in protein (21) and fiber (17) low in carbs (22, but 3 net) calories (180) fat (7) and sugar (1) - made with stevia and gluten free. And just yummy! I order them online by the case as it's a little cheaper. Surprised they weren't mentioned in this article.
  • I love the strawberry slim bars from GNC -- I usually have one about an hour before I go to yoga. Keeps me from being hungry til lunch. Delicious and low calorie.
  • I love energy bars. I am surprised Quest Bars were not mentioned. They put every single one of these bars to shame! Chocked full of protein, fiber, healthy fat, and very little sugar. Oh Yeah Victory Bars are also just as good a choice (and in my opinion taste better). They also cost less. I recently started purchasing VitaFiber and started making my own. By far, some of the best bars I've ever had, made with protein powder, a little homemade nut butter, and VitaFiber. Simple, filling, and delicious!!
  • I used to be an energy bar junkie. I would eat at least one a day, sometimes up to three! Then I realized how processed and artificial most of these bars are and how much added sugar they contain. Many of them are really no better than glorified candy bars. Plus, they are expensive.

    Smartest thing is to eat more unprocessed food. Replace the bars with trail mix (a mix of nuts, dried fruit, seeds) or yogurt topped with mueslix. There are so many nearly as quick and convenient things you can eat that are really much better for you.

    If you do want to splurge and eat a bar (I consider them desserts now), Kind bars and Lara bars are really minimally processed and contain very little added sugar. I still eat those from time to time. I also love Oh Yeah! bars. Those are pretty artificial. But they taste just like a candy bar, are low sugar, and have lots of protein.
  • Lately have been eating Kind bars for a healthy snack. Ingredients I can recognize, not much sugar, plenty of fiber. Delicious.

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