I recently received a Supreme Protein bar sample in an online order I placed. Before I get into that review, I have a quick backstory I wanted to share first.
A couple of months ago, I walked in to a Target store and grabbed a variety of protein bars to try because I wanted to supplement my protein intake and I ended up hating all of them. The first bite was always pretty tasty, but by the 2nd and 3rd bites I couldn’t even swallow anymore.
So…after buying 7 different protein bars, I tried 6 of them (eating less than half of each) and I let my fiance’ have the last one. He’ll eat anything and he even said the one he tried wasn’t that great so I knew I wouldn’t have liked it. I ended up thinking that I’ll never find a protein bar that I am actually able to eat. Sad.
I subscribe to quite a few fitness magazines and I always saw the ads for the Supreme Protein bars featuring gorgeous women who supposedly love them. I wasn’t going to fall for that. I’ve tried 6 other bars, what would make these any different, and that’s all I thought about that. And then I received 2 free samples of the Supreme Protein bars in a recent Bodybuilding.com order.
They were bite size bars, I don’t even remember the nutritional info, but they really tasted just like a candy bar. It didn’t even seem like a protein bar. Believe me, I was scared to try it after sampling so many others but since I had received them for free with my order, I had nothing to lose and now I am hooked.
Supreme Protein Bar
The samples I received were both Supreme Protein bars in the Caramel Nut Chocolate flavor. Here are just some of the nutrition facts of a full size bar:
- 30 Grams of Protein
- 360 Calories
- 16 Grams of Fat (Zero Trans Fat)
- Flaxseed Oil (a healthy fat)
In the December issue of FitnessRX Magazine, they featured a meal-replacement bar comparison chart and Supreme Protein got an overall score of 8.9 out of 10! They also scored the highest taste rating with an 8.7. The worst-tasting protein bar got a taste score of only 2.0.
It turns out that not all protein bars are bad, you just have to do some digging to find ones that you like.
If you’re interested in trying Supreme Protein bars, you can read more nutritional information over on Amazon.
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