CNS and CBL - Quest bars?

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    CNS and CBL - Quest bars?


    Are quest bars ok during the no/low carb days of CNS and CBL?

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    Im not sure what CNS and/or CBL is but there is a controversy surrounding quest bars, specifically the carb count on the quest label
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    CNS: CarbNite Solution
    CBL: Carb Backloading

    As far as whether or not they're ok, there's really not a solid answer to that because of the fiber count controversy.
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    What's the controversy exactly? They use IMO (Isomalto-Oligosaccharide) as their main ingredient, a plant derived fiber source. Is this stuff controversial?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnston View Post
    What's the controversy exactly? They use IMO (Isomalto-Oligosaccharide) as their main ingredient, a plant derived fiber source. Is this stuff controversial?
    I recall them being under investigation for mislabeling, the listed caloric values being lower than tested
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    How much lower?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnston View Post
    How much lower?
    Here is a good explanation with links to reports

    http://www.reddit.com/r/Fitness/comm...nce_shows_its/
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    Quest bars here in Canada are all labelled differently, we count IMO's higher

    I doubt the difference whatever it is would have any impact in a good diet.

    For Ketosis I can't say for sure if it would be a hindrance.
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    FWIW, Breezy11 said he tested himself with keto sticks after eating Quest bars and said he was still good.
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