Get Even More Visitors To Your Blog, Upgrade To A Business Listing >>

Quest Hero Bar Review

Quest Hero Bar

THE PROMISE

Quest is one of the most well known and respected Protein bar makers out there, in fact it is probably the most popular and respected on the market. Their bars manage to be high in protein while also tasting nice – something that a lot of their competitors have struggled with in the past.

The Quest Hero Bar promises to be slightly different, providing a high amount of protein while being relatively low calorie. Using a new sweetener called Allulose and a lot of fiber to create a bar that contains only 4g of carbohydrates (net). In this review we will assess whether 1) The claims of being low calorie hold up, and 2) whether this bar meets the very high standards of Quest.

THE LABEL FOR DUMMIES

Quest Hero Bar Label

As you can see, one bar contains 200 calories with 100 of those calories coming from fat (11g). There is 15g of protein which equals 60 calories, and 27g of carbohydrates which is 108 calories. If you are quite good at addition then you’ll realize that these calorie totals add up to a lot more than 200 calories.

We can explain this quite simply though, because 11g of the carbohydrates are fiber you can discount it (as the calories will not be absorbed) leaving only 17g of carbohydrates. Then there is 12g of Allulose which is written down as sugars – but doesn’t contain that amount of calories. So again, you can subtract some more calories leaving you with just 40 calories (16 calories from carbs and 24 calories from Allulose).

The protein comes from a mixture of milk protein isolate and whey protein isolate, and if there is one negative for this bar it would be the low protein amount. Most bars typically contain between 17 and 25g of protein, whereas a Hero Bar only contains 15g.

HANDS ON EXPERIENCE

Taste & Mixability: It’s a Quest bar so you KNOW that it tastes amazing, so far we’ve only tried Chocolate Caramel Pecan flavor (label pictured above) and Blueberry Cobbler. They are designed to taste just like candy bars and that seems like quite a good description really. They’re different to most protein bars, more crunchy than chewy, and from an aesthetic point of view they look amazing.

Effectiveness: As a protein bar these are pretty decent – but we’ve seen better. But as a high protein alternative to candy bars (which the Hero bar is designed to be), these are fantastic. Great taste, great consistency and a decent hit of protein. Great for anyone on a diet who has a sweet tooth.

VALUE FOR MONEY & DEAL HISTORY

At the moment we don’t have expected price for launch. Obviously, the best way to stay updated on deals & coupons and finding the best price is to sign up for our deal alerts and compare prices on fitness deal news.

FINAL VERDICT

The Hero Bar from Quest is a great tasting protein bar which has a lot of fiber and an exciting artificial sweetener (Allulose). It should help keep you full between meals, and is an amazing alternative to regular candy bars. Definitely designed for people who are on a diet but still want a tasty treat every now and again. Worth waiting for when it eventually hits stores.

Not sure which pre-workout is right for you, check out our best 10 Protein Bars for 2017.

See the hottest Protein Bars Deals from around the web!

The post Quest Hero Bar Review appeared first on Fitness Deal News.



This post first appeared on Bodybuilding Coupons | Fitness Deals | Cheap Suppl, please read the originial post: here

Share the post

Quest Hero Bar Review

×

Subscribe to Bodybuilding Coupons | Fitness Deals | Cheap Suppl

Get updates delivered right to your inbox!

Thank you for your subscription

×