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Quest Nutrition Protein Bar Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Flavor, 12 Count, 25.4 Ounce

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  • 20 Gram of protein per bar
  • All natural and Gluten free
  • Delicious and convenient
  • Packed with fiber to make you feel full
  • Helps with digestion and weight loss


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They said that this protein bar couldn't be made but we finally did it. It's a healthy food that makes no compromises. Just read our ingredients and you'll see: 5g Non-Fiber Carbs; 20g High Quality Protein; Gluten-Free; No Sugar or Sugar Alcohols Used. This is the only protein bar with a perfect nutritional profile. Quest is the first bar you can eat guilt-free. To bring you a bar this healthy and this tasty, we had to create a whole new process for making bars. Quest is so revolutionary, in fact, that we've filed a patent. That's why you won't see anything else like it on the market. Quest is the first truly low car bar that doesn't contain glycerin, simple carbs, uses no sugar, and no sugar alcohols. Quest bars are the only bars that you can eat without feeling guilty. Never compromise!.

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  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 5.1 x 1.7 inches ; 1.6 pounds
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  • ASIN: B00DLDH1N2
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  • Item model number: 6340014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,743 customer reviews)
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62 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Jessica Thompson on April 21, 2015
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I recently started taking mixed martial arts lessons at the dojo here in my town in order to learn how to defend myself but also get into shape.
I love it and it definitely is getting me into great shape but my hunger is off the charts because the workouts are so strenuous.

A few weeks back the "sifu" at our dojo, Michael, overheard me talking to one of the other members about how I was snacking like crazy all the time,
and he recommended that I start eating QuestBar nutrition and protein bars because of how healthy they are in comparison to most other similar bars on the market.
I am also trying out a Natural Appetite Suppressant to help control the cravings.

Sifu Michael Is in his mid-40s and looks like an Olympic gymnast, so I took his advice directly to heart and came here to Amazon to stock up.
Out of all the flavors I've tried so far, the Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough flavor is definitely my favorite.
(All of the flavors are great but this one is soooo yummy!)

I have to be honest, I would've purchased anything that Sifu Michael recommended, but I was happily surprised to find out that QuestBars are actually quite healthy. They don't have any of the usual sugars that most nutrition/protein bars contain, and they're gluten-free too which I like.
Most importantly, they really satisfy me! One QuestBar Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough bar is enough to keep me going for 3 or 4 hours, sometimes longer, before I start getting hungry again.

Anyway, I just wanted to write a little review/testimonial and recommend these awesome bars highly. QuestBars are delicious, packed with protein and will definitely keep your hunger under control!
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105 of 122 people found the following review helpful By Macatto on October 17, 2014
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These bars are a little pricey, but I would prefer these over the cheaper ones any day, as these ones have better quality ingredients and are healthier for you than some of the cheaper brands. Not to mention these actually taste good for being a protein bar. They also have little chocolate chunks in them, but without the sugar of course. My wife even enjoys them sometimes, and normally she steers clear of my protein bars. Every once in a while I heat them in the microwave for a couple seconds too, I think it makes them taste better. I usually buy the 2 pack so I get 24 bars all together and they last me around 12 days. I tried different flavors of quest bars and I think this one has more of a chewy texture than the others which I also like. I never get an upset stomach with these either, with the previous bars I was using I would sometimes find that they would cause my stomach to ache before workouts. Each bar only has about 3g of carbs and has 21 g of protein so they're a great low-carb, high-protein snack for athletes and bodybuilders who are working out often and trying to gain muscle mass. They are also fantastic as a meal replacement for those who are trying to lose weight, like myself. I wasn't losing as much as I was hoping for though, on average I was losing about 1.5lbs per week while eating a bar as a substitute for breakfast, a light lunch with another half of a bar, (or sometimes just eating the bar for lunch) and eating another half of a bar if I got hungry in the evening after dinner. This along with maintaining a lower carb diet in general. My digital scale helped a lot with keeping track of these numbers. About a month ago I started taking ...Read more ›
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166 of 198 people found the following review helpful By Leigh on September 3, 2014
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Had sampled these at GNC based on reviews that I had read of the Quest Bar line, and the chocolate chip cookie dough flavor had been my favorite so far.

Pros: these really do taste pretty good, and the first 19 times I had one, I was like "oh, it really does taste just like chocolate chip cookie dough!" Plus, with 21 grams of protein, 8 g fat and 21 g carbs, they help me fit my macros while deceiving me (at least at first) into thinking that I'm having a treat.

Cons: after a case of these, plus the ones I had been eating before, I got sick and frigging tired of them. To be fair, I'm eating a relatively high protein diet right now and have been supplementing it with whey protein and one of these bars daily in order to meet my targets, so I'm sick of all supplemental protein right now and really just want to run naked through a field of McDonald's french fries.

I think that next time I'm going to order one of the mixed cases of these bars so that I can at least get some variety in terms of flavors.
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97 of 121 people found the following review helpful By aiantis on May 8, 2014
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To be fair- I really liked the taste of these bars. They honestly kind of taste like a slightly gritty batch of chocolate chip cookie dough. Seriously- they nailed the taste. Unfortunately, there's maybe a not-so-good reason they were able to make them taste so good.

One tiny problem with these bars if, like me, you're really watching your carbs- one of the main ingredients in each bar is isomalto-oligosaccacharides (IMO). Quest calls IMO "prebiotic fiber" which is true, as far as it goes. For some people, that's how it works- IMO acts like any other fiber and doesn't have much of an effect on your blood sugar. But beware- per Wikipedia, "IMO consists mainly of 3 to 7 glucose units linked together mostly by digestion-resistant α(1-6) linkages," and unlike with what you think of as typical "fiber," many people ARE able to absorb some portion of the glucose in IMO, thereby raising blood sugar, causing insulin levels to increase, etc.

If you're not watching your carbs that closely but just want to cut down a bit, these are great. But if you're on a ketogenic diet, or especially if you're diabetic, these may be fine or may absolutely NOT be fine. I found myself having that sugar crash feeling for several days before I realized that it was my "low carb" bar that was causing my blood sugar to spike!

For taste, I'd give these 5 stars. For universal application as a truly low carb option, I'd give them 2 or 3 stars. Finally, while I don't expect Quest to stop making these, I think it's disappointing that Quest in no way even hints that their "fiber" actually acts like sugar in a fair number of people (if you don't believe me, google it). All in all, 2 stars felt about right.
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