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    Are protein bars and powders worth it?

    Hello everyone

    I was wondering whether protein bars and powders are worth the purchase. Thing is I don't want to get big and bulky. I really want to keep my overall size but get toned with a little muscle definition.

    I am starting to work out regular and I am thinking that I need to reduce my bad snacks like crisps and cookies with something that is better for me. Is protein the answer or should I think about something else.

    I am also slightly overwhelmed at the choice of products on the market. I see that I can get sales stock (https://www.pricedropdonkey.com/chea...utrition-deals) to get a good deal but I have no idea which product to choose. Can anyone give me some advice on what works and is value for money?

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    Quote Originally Posted by celiamakeup View Post
    Hello everyone

    I was wondering whether protein bars and powders are worth the purchase. Thing is I don't want to get big and bulky. I really want to keep my overall size but get toned with a little muscle definition.

    I am starting to work out regular and I am thinking that I need to reduce my bad snacks like crisps and cookies with something that is better for me. Is protein the answer or should I think about something else.

    I am also slightly overwhelmed at the choice of products on the market. I see that I can get sales stock (https://www.pricedropdonkey.com/chea...utrition-deals) to get a good deal but I have no idea which product to choose. Can anyone give me some advice on what works and is value for money?
    I don't think so. Protein Bars is effective.

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    Protein bars are a great choice for a post-work out snack. If you find yourself wanted to snack on things throughout the day I recommend keeping a supply of fruit and veggies easily accessible. I like having a crunchy snack and protein bars just don't fill that need, but carrots or celery do. I love them with peanut butter and that adds protein too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkerbell79 View Post
    Protein bars are a great choice for a post-work out snack. If you find yourself wanted to snack on things throughout the day I recommend keeping a supply of fruit and veggies easily accessible. I like having a crunchy snack and protein bars just don't fill that need, but carrots or celery do. I love them with peanut butter and that adds protein too!
    I agree, protein bars are good for a post-workout snack. nuts and fruits are my choices of snack

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