I have used many of them over the years and have found the ones that are a good match to be the most nutritious. Here is a brief description of my protein bar review process. I make recommendations and find the best protein bars for me and for my clients. I get input from other nutritionists, dietitians, and dietitians that have used the products they recommend. After reviewing the products, I give the products a star rating from 1-5. If I think the product does not meet my criteria for a 5 star rating I will give a 4 star rating instead.
I will use a standard protein bar, with a protein content of about 15 g/serving. I use all natural ingredients to provide a protein bar that is nutritionally complete, and does not contain dairy, soy, eggs or honey. I am often told that protein bars have a lower carb content than conventional protein bars. If you are looking for a low carb protein bar, you may want to check out this recipe for Low Carb Protein Bars. It includes 3 grams of net carbs per serving and also contains soy and coconut milk. I love making my protein bars, and always have more.