However, it may not be really that healthy if in the end if they are not satisfying or filling and that leads to over-eating or justifying other unhealthy eating habits.
I'm not saying I do this but think some (and I mean some) eat a low cal bar, go have a pizza and "say well at least I only had a quest bar". My point was it's not healthy unless it's a part of an overall healthy diet.Never had a problem with that even when dieting. That generally means you are lacking in other areas.
Yeah. I don't ever feel a bar should be able to give me a feeling of satiety but it would be cool if it did. LolI'm not saying I do this but think some (and I mean some) eat a low cal bar, go have a pizza and "say well at least I only had a quest bar". My point was it's not healthy unless it's a part of an overall healthy duet.
I have never got "full" off any bar if eating on an empty stomach. But relatively speaking, some are more filling/satisfying.Yeah. I don't ever feel a bar should be able to give me a feeling of satiety but it would be cool if it did. Lol
Look at the ingredient profile for the RISE Bars i posted above.I wonder what the best answer to this question really is.... healthiest probably rules out almost all of the bars. IMO sweetners and flavorings are not healthy at all. For all that sugar may be the healthiest, if it's from natural sources. Most optimal for bodybuilding and healthiest seem to contrast one another.
Guess I found my next bars to tryIf you want a very healthy bar with minimal ingredients RISE bars. They have 5-6 total ingredients.
The term "healthy" is very subjective just how people characterize foods as "Clean" . You are buying a protein bar for convenience, most chances are their will be preservatives and sugar alcohols to help flavor and hold the bar together. Just like how people claim whey is clean and healthy, but is processed to a large extreme.
My suggestions for bars based off my taste buds:
Oh yeah One Bars and Grenade bars. Texture and taste are both fantastic.
Quest bars are good, but settle very heavy for me and leave me bloated sometimes.
Mission 1 Bars are too soft like Fit Elite. Basically like laffy taffy. Taste is ok, but there are better ones out there
Venture bars have a oily consistency to them, and the taste is decent at best.
Fit Crunch PB and Cookies and Cream are my favorite, but very heavy in calories but also not the healthiest per say looking at ingredient profile.
Ahhhh of course..Amazon reviews are not looking too good though. Apparently they don't "ship" well...
Pretty much agree with that assessment. Some of the flavors are much better than others.Tried the fit crunch bars. Not bad, more cookie like center but higher calorie and a bit of a sweetener aftertaste.
whats wrong,with suger alchols? also does aweeteners and suger alcohols have a bad impact on insuling levels?Which one is it in your opinion. I love the Oh Yeah One Bars but they do contain the normal suspects that I don't like to consume a lot of. Sugar alcohols, sweeteners, etc..
As far as texture, the Victory bars are more taffy like. I liked the oatmeal raisin flavor the best but since the ONE bars hit the market I haven't even thought about buying the Victory bars again. The almond bliss, cinnamon roll, and chocolate mint One bars are very good.Can you guys please share your thoughts on OhYeah One vs OhYeah Victory taste / texture / etc?
Thanks in advance
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