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    I eat at least two bars a day and about 7 to 8 meals a day with them being two of the meals .What bars out there are good for geeting lean,Anyone

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    Only you know the answer to that, based on your diet. Read the labels on the bars, find some that correspond to your diet (ie high protein/low carb, high carb/high protein, etc.), and enjoy!
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    two of the best protein bars ive found for quick snacks are MetRX Protein Plus bars (32g of protein and only 3 net carbs) and Doctor's Carb Rite bars (20g of protein with 2.5 net carbs). both have excellent flavors and are pretty filling. i usually eat one of either of these bars and a handful of almonds between classes....
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    Vpx zero impact, hands down. The least ingredients, relatively whole natural stuff, decent ratio protein/fat/carbs. I ate a couple metrx bars today, necessity due to work, and I'm kind of grossed out. Test tube food.
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    The majority of these bars have pretty good protein to carbs ratio, but they're
    loaded with sugar and/or alcohol sugar.
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    protein bars clog me the hell up
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    what do you guys think of those Cliff Builder Bars? i know they aren't whey protein, which will bring some criticism, but they seem to do the job.
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    Value for money they are not. Realistic in a busy day - probably.

    Some of the high whey faction powders provide incredible levels of pure protein. I've just ordered 90% whey factions, meaning 90g protein per 100g whey. For any food thats incredible. Like to make my own protein bars - certainly source better whey. An oats and whey protein recipe would be handy if anyone has one.
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    ya good for a busy day but youll pay out the azz if your gonna eat 2 a day.
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    A big problem is that they are very concentrated sources of calories, great if you are bulking, but overall not awesome. You eat 300 calories in 6 bites, don't feel full, and go eat more than you should.
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    Ive been eatting zero impact to help bulk and its worked.
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