The Best Protein Bars
I am reviewing protein bars here, not for the healthiest foods. I am reviewing what I believe are the most nutritious bars for a variety of different diets. I've made sure each is different and different types of protein will also have different strengths.
To gain an idea of your protein needs, it's always best to take a protein source, such as a supplement, a protein powder or protein shake. You can also find a list of a few protein sources here.
The number one protein source is soy protein, which has more than 90 percent of your recommended daily protein. I use Soylent and this has been a great help in getting through my workouts with only 2 grams of protein. The second highest protein source is casein, with 30 to 40 percent of your daily protein. This is great as it makes a great source of healthy fat for your body, but is not a source of essential amino acids or essential vitamins.
If you're like me and you work out regularly, you probably have a lot of food in your fridge that you don't consume.