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Quest Nutrition QuestBar® Protein Bar Maple Waffle -- 12 Bars


Quest Nutrition QuestBar® Protein Bar Maple Waffle

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Quest Nutrition QuestBar® Protein Bar Maple Waffle -- 12 Bars

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Quest Nutrition QuestBar® Protein Bar Maple Waffle Description

  • 20 g Protein Per Bar
  • 5 g Net Carbs Per Bar
  • 1 g Sugar Per Bar
  • 16 g Fiber Per Bar
  • Certified Gluten-Free
  • Kosher

Quest Nutrition Is On A Mission To Make The Foods you Crave Work For  You Not Against You

 

That's why we only use complete dairy-based proteins to provide your body with all nine of the essential amino acids it needs. We use custom recipes to create our own chocolate flavored chips, cookie pieces, and other inclusions to make every bite as delicious as your cravings.

 

24 g Carbs - 16 f Fiber - 3 g Erythritol = 5 g Net Carbs

Free Of
Gluten.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Bar (60 g)
Servings per Container: 12
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories190
Calories from Fat50
Total Fat6 g9%
   Saturated Fat2.5 g13%
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol5 mg2%
Sodium290 mg12%
Total Carbohydrate24 g8%
   Dietary Fiber16 g64%
   Sugars1 g
   Erythritol3 g
Protein20 g40%
Vitamin A0%
Vitamin C0%
Calcium10%
Iron2%
Other Ingredients: Protein blend (milk protien isolate, whey protein isolate), soluble corn fiber, water, almonds, erythritol, natural flavors, palm kernel oil. Contains less than 2% of the following: butter (cream, salt), salt, baking soda, sodium caseinate, xanthan gum, steviol glycosides (stevia), sunflower lecithin, honey*. *Adds trivial amount of sugars.

Contains: Milk, almonds

Processed in a facility that also processes eggs, peanuts, soy, wheat and other tree nuts.

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10 Signs You’re Out of Shape (Plus, Tips to Get Active Again)

Does walking up a flight of stairs leave you breathless? Do you find it tough to bend down and tie your shoes? These are pretty obvious signs that you’re out of shape – and an alert that you need to add more exercise to your life. Officially, it’s recommended that adults engage in moderate aerobic exercise 150 minutes a week, or 30 minutes of exercise, five days a week. Be on the lookout for the following indicators that you’re not moving enough, and follow my pointers to get back on track.

Athletic Shoes Hanging on Hook on Wooden Wall to Represents Signs You're Out of Shape | Vitacost.com/blog

1. Simple everyday activities cause exhaustion

If returning a shopping cart across a parking lot or lugging in groceries from your car is causing you to huff and puff, that’s a sign you need to pay attention to your cardiovascular health. Aim to add more movement to your days, even if that means starting simple. Take the stairs instead of the elevator, and  increase the distance you walk (by parking further away from entrances, for example, or taking extra laps around your block during an evening walk). Gradually pick up the pace for even better results.

2. You don’t feel comfortable in your clothing

If you notice your clothes are a little more snug than usual, or you just don’t feel good in what you’re wearing, it’s time to reassess your diet and exercise routine. Again, start increasing how much you move each day, and take stock of what you’re eating. Making just small changes to your caloric intake can make a difference! Empty calories in sweets, snacks or alcohol can quickly add up to a several pounds of weight gain.

3. Sleep isn’t restful

Needing coffee or an energy drink to make it through the day? You may not be getting the quality of sleep that you need. Exercising regularly during the day tires out the body, and that, in turn, improves sleep.  Having a good night’s rest translates to better energy, better focus and even better mood during the day.

4. You’re experiencing lower back pain

A stiff lower back or back pain after spending too much time on the couch, in bed, at your desk or standing in line may signify lower back and core muscles. Lack of exercise is one of the main causes for lower back issues. To strengthen your core, try doing some crunches and planks daily. Also do some stretches or yoga for your lower back to help prevent stiffness and pain.

5. Your posture is poor

When we aren’t exercising enough, our abs, upper back and shoulder muscles can become weak, causing poor posture. Standing tall with your shoulders back is better for your bones and the alignment of your spine. Work toward building muscle strength (for example with strength training exercises) and move your body more to prevent posture problems.

6. You have a high resting heart rate

An elevated heart rate while sedentary may be a sign of being generally out of shape. If you’re out of shape, your body has to work harder for proper circulation, in turn causing your heart to beat faster. Exercising regularly will help lower your resting heart rate. Try adding a cardio activity such as walking, running, elliptical or cycling at least twice or three times a week for 30 minutes, and you should begin to notice a difference in your resting heart rate.

7. You aren’t feeling emotionally well

Anxiety, stress, mood swings and poor concentration can leave you feeling emotionally drained. Not engaging in exercise daily may enhance these feelings in physical ways with muscle tightness, neck pain, headaches, chest tightness and a clenched jaw. Exercise is well known to have a positive impact on mood and anxiety. Start working out again, and you’ll likely notice a quick improvement in feelings of well-being.

8. You keep getting sick

If you’ve been catching one cold after another, it may be linked to lack of exercise and a weak immune system. Living a sedentary lifestyle, your body's immune system may not function at the level it is capable of. Exercise supports immune system health. Also, when we’re working out regularly, we tend to pay more attention to our eating habits, including more healthy foods with vitamins and minerals that keep us well.  Don’t forget to take a multivitamin to cover all of the bases!

9. Your joints feel stiff

Stiff joints don’t mean “you’re just getting old.” If you’re not exercising enough, no matter what your age, you may feel stiff and less flexible that you should. A daily workout regimen helps to strengthen the muscles around your joints and bones, relieving some of that stiffness. You might also consider taking an omega-3 essential fatty acid supplement to support a healthy inflammatory response and relieve occasional joint pain.

10. You’re suffering from digestive issues

Maybe an awkward topic to talk about, but if you’re not regular, lack of exercise may be the problem. When we don’t move our bodies, our digestive systems aren’t motivated to move either. The colon responds to being stimulated, and without exercise, it’s not getting the stimulation it needs. Help alleviate the symptoms of constipation by adding exercise to your daily routine along with drinking plenty of water and eating a healthy diet that includes fiber.
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