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|10-19-2017, 10:36 PM||#11 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2013
These Clif bars were my thing for quite a while, and I would swap out one in place of a protein at lunch when the weather got cold enough that anything that wasn't lunch meat would freeze in the car (I drive around all day for work).
To me, they didn't have that chalky protein bar taste (or aftertaste), had a texture roughly like a kit-kat bar, and the peanut butter flavor was really close to a reeses peanut butter cup.
|10-19-2017, 11:48 PM||#12 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2016
Location: Houston, TX
It looks like Big 100 and Clif both use soy protein which contain phytoestrogens and are high in carbs.
Try Quest Peanut Butter Cups, it has 1/5 of the amount of fiber their protein bars have. If you want to go cheaper you can litterally just roll some peanut butter into a ball with protein powder.
Personally I've been eating chicharrones. $2< a bag ~4 servings 23g protein, 0.7g Salt, 12g Fat, and 0g carbs.
I drink plenty of water so I don't mind the salt and I'm on a keto diet so the fat is a plus.