Quest Nutrition is at it again, continuing their dominance in the fitness community with their beloved Quest Bar. One of the largest strategies for their success is the social media presence of their brand: Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. They marketed the brand new flavor, Cookies N’ Cream, numerous times, particularly with an everyday count down for the last few weeks. “Have you tried it yet?” “Do you think it will really taste like Cookies and Cream like they claim?” I was asked by many, as everyone knows how obsessed I am with their bars. Being a chocolate brownie and cookie dough advocate myself, I was ready for a new flavor as eating only a few flavors a week was getting relatively tiresome. My girlfriend surprised me with a visit to the local GNC store and picked me up a few of their brand new bars. Here’s some info on the bar and what I thought.
Nutrition bars are the ultimate snack. Specifically made for those who are health conscious and on the go, they can be seen as absolute life savers if you are running low on time and need to fill your stomach with something healthy. We’re all sick of eating chips and unhealthy snacks, so what should we stock up on in terms of nutrition bars?
We found the top 10 nutrition bars out there, taking into consideration the cost, ingredients list, and the overall quality of their nutritional information. Flavors are also important which we have listed for you to see your options. Let’s check it out.
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