I’m of the belief that if something doesn’t taste good, should not eat it. Period. Thankfully Quest Nutrition feels that same way about protein bars, because in my opinion, most of them taste like crap. Quest Bars were created from a simple idea: healthy food should taste amazing with zero compromises. So they set out to deliver something that no one had done before and believed that with enough hard work and innovation food could be delicious and good for you. People eat for enjoyment rather than sustenance. That’s why Quest is driven to engineer foods that don’t compromise on taste or nutrition.
Quest Bars are available in 16 flavors with 20g of high-quality whey protein, 2-7g active carbs with no sugar added and completely gluten free! Many fans go a step beyond the bar and use Quest Bars as an ingredient for cooking up healthy and delicious treats in the kitchen! Regularly featured on the YouTube series “Cooking with Quest,” Quest bars are used to create unique “calorie friendly” recipes. Who knew you could take a protein bar further?
I have had the pleasure of trying a variety of Quest Bars like Cookies & Cream, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Peanut Butter Supreme, Cinnamon Roll and Apple Pie and I can honestly say, the are really quite good! On my days running around the city going from appointment to appointment I keep one in my bag for lunch! You can find them at retailers like GNC, Vitamin Shoppe, Target and Whole Foods Markets.
– Lauren Dimet Waters
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