Protein bars, is the purchase worth it? Read on!

For most people, getting enough protein in your diet will make them feel full, as will eating high-quality protein. If you are concerned about your protein intake, the best advice is to eat a good amount of protein (20-30% of calories), then reduce the amount you eat by about 50% and gradually increase it again, until you reach your target protein intake. The ideal amount of protein is about 10% of calories. If you want to lose weight fast, make sure you don't eat more than 20% of your calories from protein. There is little debate that eating too much protein can make you overeat, so if you are concerned, you can always limit your protein intake. It may also be helpful to include protein as part of a healthy diet. To find out more about protein, check out these resources: The "The Best Protein Bars" site (link below) lists all the best protein bars that are available. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) also lists the top 10 most popular protein bars. You can also download an online calculator that shows you the proper amount of protein needed to burn calories.

Here is a list of protein bars that I like. For convenience sake, I have included the ingredients that I use on my bars and have included a link to the recipe for those of you who have trouble figuring it out: Protein Bar Ingredients Ingredients Protein powder 3/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder 1 teaspoon baking powder 3 teaspoons unsweetened almond butter 1/4 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 4 tablespoons arrowroot powder 2/3 cup shredded coconut 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips Directions For the Protein Bar Ingredients: In a food processor, combine cocoa powder, baking powder, and almond butter.

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