Good Protein Bars?

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    Good Protein Bars?


    I work a lot and im always on the go. I find it hard most of the time to make a shake in my time schedule. Anyone got any recomendations for a good protein bar?

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    Sustain and Zero Impact are the only 2 bars I'd use if I had to. If it's possible for you to carry your own MRP shakes then I'd do that instead because the MRP formulas are superior to bars IMO.
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    Oh yea


    Builder Bar by Cliff.
    Taste great, 50g protien, low sugar and carb and a meal in itself. The peanut butter taste the best by far.
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    PRO 42 bars.

    best ever. and i hear they cure cancer.....








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    vpx pumpkin is good stuff, has a mix of slow/fast proteins and tastes good!
    In a bind, I'll pick up a clif bodybuilders bar from target for 99 cents. 20g of soy protein.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Warrior
    Sustain and Zero Impact are the only 2 bars I'd use if I had to. If it's possible for you to carry your own MRP shakes then I'd do that instead because the MRP formulas are superior to bars IMO.
    Sustain bars are good, but I prefer Zero Impact if I'm acually going to use it instead of a meal. 20 grams of protein is a little low... eating 2 bars is too much sugar. Then there is tha whole soy protein debate. Zero Impact's seem to be a happy medium with fewer calories than 2 bars combined.
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    Detour Oatmeal Bars... Mostly made of oats, peanut butter, and 30g of whey. It's perfect for a "meal on the go".
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    Quote Originally Posted by TeamSavage
    Detour Oatmeal Bars... Mostly made of oats, peanut butter, and 30g of whey. It's perfect for a "meal on the go".
    Yeah the detour oatmeal bars are good. I also like the Mesotech oatmeal bars (yeah i know its muscletech, but they really are good).
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    DS Sustain bars are the shizznit (think Little Nicky)

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    Detour's website has a coupon offer: buy 1 get 1 free
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    id go with d.s new bar
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    I like the way zero impact looks on paper. I'm going to order some.
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