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These protein-rich snacks quickly supply the body with new protein and new energy during high physical exertion.
They contain no chemical additives and are made from rice protein or pea protein. You can also get highly effective protein bars in various fruit variations with a peanut or chocolate taste.
The high protein content supports muscle building, activates energy reserves in competitive athletes, bodybuilding, fitness training or even at work.
A protein bar is an extremely practical snack which immediately provides high-quality protein & energy for the body and muscles.
The vegan protein-rich diet has these advantages:
Of course, when there are advantages, there are disadvantages too.
If you are aware of these and you only use the bars as a supplement instead of a meal replacement, then that’s good!
First of all, take a close look at the list of ingredients. The shorter the list of ingredients, the better.
Not a must, but definitely a plus is if the product is organic and / or contains raw ingredients.
This means there are no unwanted substances that could harm your health. And the more natural ingredients there are, the higher the health benefits.
With regard to intolerance or allergies, always look if the bars contain nuts or allergens.
Again, it is important that you take a close look at what the protein bars contain because there may be some chemical-looking names that aren't as bad as they sound.
If necessary, contact the manufacturer.
The protein content should not be less than 15 g. It is also important to know which protein source was used. Hemp, chia and quinoa are high in quality protein.
A protein bar gets a big plus if it contains fiber, even better if it’s high-quality. Fibers promote good digestion that have positive effects in cardiovascular, digestive and brain health.
On some bars there is the term “net carbs” which basically means carbs absorbed by the body. This is calculated by subtracting the amount of fiber from the total amount of carbohydrates.
If there are less net carbs than protein, that is a good vegan protein bar.
Some protein bars are just candy bars hiding behind some healthy slogan. These are sugar bombs that don't benefit the body at all.
Pay attention to the amount of sugar and the quality of sugar used. Avoid those made with refined white sugar and artificial sweeteners.
Go for natural sweetness from dates, stevia, syrup or cane sugar.
Protein bars should not contain excessive amounts of fat. Around 10 grams to a 100 gram servings are fine.
Your health is valuable, it is only necessary to ensure that the food you’re putting in your body is of great quality.
But of course, as valuable as the bars for your health may be, you certainly don't want to spend a small fortune on them.
If you would like to treat yourself to something good and expensive - then do it!
However, practicality being considered, why would you spend an insane amount on a protein bar when you can get the same quality at a lower price?
Any product being bought online these days rely on good reviews.
When people can’t stop talking about a certain product and share its benefits and delicious taste others are inclined to try.
So check out what others have to say first especially when the product is expensive. Would it be worth your money? Would you get the same ingredients in other less expensive brands?
Here are some vegan protein bars, bites and balls recipes you can definitely make at home:
Quinoa & Almond Vegan Protein Bars
Cook / prep time: 2 hours
Serving/s: 20 bars
100 g uncooked quinoa
60 g whole almonds
5 large Medjool dates
5 tbsp vegan protein powder
2-3 tablespoons of almond butter or another nut sauce
1 handful of cranberries
TIP: The protein bars can be stored in the fridge for 2-3 days--if they’re not gone before that! They can also be frozen for a few months and thawed again if necessary.
Blueberry Almond Energy Bites
6 tbsp almond butter
2 tbsp coconut flakes
2 tsp almond extract
1 cup oats, gluten free
1/3 cup raw almonds, finely chopped
1/4 cup flax seed meal
1/4 cup dried blueberries
1/4 cup agave nectar
Black Bean Brownies
Cook / prep time: 18 mins
Servings/s: 9-12 brownie pieces
1 15 oz can of black beans
2 tbsp cocoa powder
2 tbsp sugar
2 tsp pure vanilla extract
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 cup chocolate chips
1/2 cup gluten free quick oats
1/3 cup pure maple syrup
1/4 cup coconut oil
Raw Cocoa and Almonds Energy Balls
Cook / prep time: 1 hour
Servings/s: 10 pieces
30 g ground almonds
30 g of fine oatmeal
4 tbsp raw cacao
3 tsp coconut oil
Maintaining a clean and healthy diet is difficult especially when you’re always rushing to get everyone to school or work in the mornings, preparing meals can be a luxury.
AMRITA’s protein bars and paleo bites are the perfect go-to snacks--or even breakfast-- when food preparation seems to be overwhelming.
These bars and bites are packed with high-quality proteins, essential vitamins and minerals and a variety of beneficial superfoods.
AMRITA products are carefully made with the finest raw ingredients; non-GMO, vegan, soy-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, and nut-free.
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