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    • Pricing under $1/bar on these is a fairly good deal. I do hate how these are marketed and labeled. Despite description reading 68g protein bar, it is definitely not a protein bar.
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    • I wish they still had the Blueberry flavour in Canada :(

      Oh well, in for one Chocolate Almond Fudge! Thanks op
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    • ieGod wrote:
      Jan 16th, 2019 11:32 am
      Pricing under $1/bar on these is a fairly good deal. I do hate how these are marketed and labeled. Despite description reading 68g protein bar, it is definitely not a protein bar.
      +1.. These are candy bars with good marketing; there's double the amount of sugar vs protein in these.

      If you want protein bars then Quest bars are the way to go, but definitely won't be as cheap or as sweet.
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    • ieGod wrote:
      Jan 16th, 2019 11:32 am
      Pricing under $1/bar on these is a fairly good deal. I do hate how these are marketed and labeled. Despite description reading 68g protein bar, it is definitely not a protein bar.
      I don't think these are marketed as such. Might be Amazon entry itself. There's a Clif Builder series..that has 20g protien
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    • Ecsta wrote:
      Jan 16th, 2019 11:52 am
      +1.. These are candy bars with good marketing; there's double the amount of sugar vs protein in these.

      If you want protein bars then Quest bars are the way to go, but definitely won't be as cheap or as sweet.
      This is great for working out. A pre-workout bar would be a better way of describing this.
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    • 42 gm carbs
      20 gm sugar
      10 gm protein

      Was excited to try it until I read this. Its just a joke to call it a protein bar.
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    • weedb0y wrote:
      Jan 16th, 2019 11:58 am
      This is great for working out. A pre-workout bar would be a better way of describing this.
      A banana is a great pre-workout, healthier and cheaper.
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    • PriceHunter wrote:
      Jan 16th, 2019 12:04 pm
      A banana is a great pre-workout, healthier and cheaper.
      Not enough carbs. And low GI (of 51), means, by the time energy is fully released, you'd be back from the gym. :) I do low-carb and use Cliff bars strategically, and stay lean.
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    • weedb0y wrote:
      Jan 16th, 2019 11:58 am
      This is great for working out. A pre-workout bar would be a better way of describing this.
      Not sure how Brown Rice Syrup (1st ingredient) and Cane Syrup (3rd ingredient) make for a great pre-workout in your world. These are cheap sugary snacks and nothing more.
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    • PriceHunter wrote:
      Jan 16th, 2019 12:04 pm
      A banana is a great pre-workout, healthier and cheaper.
      You have to try this stuff 😉
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    • Rlcky wrote:
      Jan 16th, 2019 12:21 pm
      You have to try this stuff 😉

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      Funny that u say that, I love nuts with dates, i usually do the same sandwich, but with walnut.
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    • DragonRider wrote:
      Jan 16th, 2019 11:08 am
      Chocolate Almond Fudge $8.99
      Chocolate Chip $10
      Chocolate Chip Peanut Crunch $10
      Oatmeal Raisin Walnut $10
      Coconut Chocolate Chip $11.57
      Sierra Trail Mix $11.57
      White Chocolate Macadamia Flavor $12.35
      Chocolate Brownie $12.35
      Cool Mint Chocolate $13.57

      Additional 15% discount on S&S if you buy 5 or more.
      Another 8% cashback from eBates.


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      as i recall, ebates doesnt stack on S&S
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    • Great price.

      Very high in carbs (62% of grams are carbs), recommend keto'ers steer clear.
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    • Way too high in carbs and sugar, barely any protein. Two of the first three ingredients is basically sugar. You couldn't pay me to eat these
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    • Rlcky wrote:
      Jan 16th, 2019 12:21 pm
      You have to try this stuff 😉
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      What are those ?
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    • Batmon wrote:
      Jan 16th, 2019 4:15 pm
      What are those ?
      dates and brazilian nuts.
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    • Leverage wrote:
      Jan 16th, 2019 12:11 pm
      Not sure how Brown Rice Syrup (1st ingredient) and Cane Syrup (3rd ingredient) make for a great pre-workout in your world. These are cheap sugary snacks and nothing more.
      Your body's preferred energy source is glucose, hands down. It's the easiest to use and already broken down. No need for processing. You want to prioritize this type of energy intake when you're doing a pre-workout, regardless of the source it comes from. From a macro perspective, all carbs are equal. For workout, you want to prioritize glucose delivery. So straight up table sugar is actually a really **** good pre-workout. So is this clif bar.

      Cheap and sugary is *exactly* what you'd look for in good value pre-workout. Add a stimulant like caffeine and you're good to go.
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    • ieGod wrote:
      Jan 16th, 2019 5:30 pm
      Your body's preferred energy source is glucose, hands down. It's the easiest to use and already broken down. No need for processing. You want to prioritize this type of energy intake when you're doing a pre-workout, regardless of the source it comes from. From a macro perspective, all carbs are equal. For workout, you want to prioritize glucose delivery. So straight up table sugar is actually a really **** good pre-workout. So is this clif bar.

      Cheap and sugary is *exactly* what you'd look for in good value pre-workout. Add a stimulant like caffeine and you're good to go.
      Wouldn't this cause an insulin spike that results in possibly crashing hard during your workout? Unless your workout is HIIT style where it'll finish before experience a crash i wouldn't advise this.
      Food like oats, yogurt, oats would provide a better stream of energy that won't put you at risk of crashing. Coffee is good though as a stimulant.
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    • Has anyone tried these kind of protein bars to simply skip breakfast and make mornings easier? I'm never hungry when I wake up, but by the time I'm stuck in traffic on my way to work I do get hungry and could eat these in the car.

      Seems like I should avoid this one as it has too much sugar. Any brands to recommend?
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