Protein bars are a type of food that falls into the category of convenience foods. They are marketed as a healthy option for snacking and meal replacement, but in reality many protein bars have less protein than actual food, and some even include questionable ingredients. You can still eat healthfully without these high-calorie, high-sugar snacks if you take some time to plan your daily meals. Some great options for alternatives to protein bars are dark chocolate or fruit and nuts – both can be easily prepped ahead of time so that you always have healthy snacks.

What are protein bars?

Protein bars are a popular snack food made from concentrated protein powders. They adhere to the same basic formula for most protein bars – a layer of carbohydrate (sugar or starch), a layer of protein, and sometimes fat, wrapped in some type of wrapper. The idea is that when you eat one, your body starts absorbing the protein straight away, rather than just after you’ve finished chewing and swallowing.

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