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Protein/Energy bars

Protein bars are easy to pack in a backpack, purse or gym bag. Eating a protein bar is an easy way to get some extra grams of protein into your diet.

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Protein bars can help you lose or gain weight. A protein bar between meals can help control your appetite, just don't overdo it - one should be enough. Look for bars that are lower in sugar and calories. If you're trying to gain weight, eating protein bars can help. Add one or two bars to your regular diet, but don't cut calories from other meals.

ARE THERE ANY BAD PROTEIN BARS?

I don't think so, but make sure you read the labels before you buy one - you may be surprised at the number of calories you're taking in because many brands are high in added sugar.

Some protein bars are sweetened with sugar alcohols, which have fewer calories than sugar, but are not calorie-free. You should also avoid protein bars made with partially hydrogenated oils that contain trans-fats