Balance Bar Review

Balance Bar Review
6.6Overall Score
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Balance Bars are created by incorporating the 40-30-30 rule, which dictates that your calorie ratio should be made up of 40% carbs, 30% protein, and 30% fat. The carbohydrates promote a slow glycemic response in order to keep your energy levels flowing consistently, the protein helps with muscle recovery, and the fats give you a source of energy.


Due to its high carb low protein structure, this is more of an energy bar than a protein bar, which means it’s better to use pre-workout in order to keep you energized instead of as a post-workout muscle recovery tool. It has a other likeable features that it offers, like a nice profile of 23 vitamins and minerals, antioxidants, and a low glycemic index of 24.


Cookie Dough Flavor – It tastes like freeze dried powdered cookie dough, with a chalky and powdery consistency. The only positive thing about it is that’s it’s really easy to bite into and chew down, as other protein bars can feel like you’re biting into rocks.


At the time of review, this protein bar is coming in at around $0.90 per bar, based on its current price of around $5.50 for a 6-pack. It’s price-point is relatively the average cost of most protein bars on the market today.


The protein sources of this bar include: Soy Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Isolate, and Hydrolized Milk Protein Isolate.
Calories – 210
Fat – 7g
Carbs – 22g
Fiber – 1g
Protein – 15g

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