Are protein bars and powders worth it?

celiamakeup

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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/cheap-health-beauty/vitamins-supplements-nutrition-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?
 

tamil1996

New User
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/cheap-health-beauty/vitamins-supplements-nutrition-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.
 

Tinkerbell79

New member
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!
 
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
 

Selenahudson

New User
Rather than going for a protein bar, try natural protein food.it includes,
  • Seafood. Seafood is an excellent source of protein because it's usually low in fat. ...
  • White-Meat Poultry. ...
  • Milk, Cheese, and Yogurt. ...
  • Eggs. ...
  • Beans. ...
  • Pork Tenderloin. ...
  • Soy.
 

vgoel922

New member
yeah, of course, Protein Bars, Powders, Mass gainers, etc are worth it if you buy the original product (not the duplicate one).

They help your body to complete the carbs, proteins and energy intake which you are not able to fulfill with your daily natural diet.

If you live away from your home, then it is very difficult to complete your diet naturally.

I like Syntha 6 and ON :)
 

BeverlyTazz

New member
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!

This is a great idea. I would also recommend having protein bars only when you don't have a meal prep post workout. But you should try chicken breast as it is a good source of protein.
 

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