Again, thank you all for sharing. I did try some Think thin bars and they are delicious. I will go to my health food store to look for Purefit. Looks like other people found this thread useful. I am so glad I found SparkPeople. It is so nice to be able to check in with people who are in similar situations.
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Oh! Yes! Purefit. I found them when I wa out of town at a health food store, They are not at my local health food store. I have bought them online. They are cheaper that way anyhow, and if you order so many, you get more for free. www.purefit.com/
My favorite are Pure Fit bars...they are not only GF but also dairy free and vegan!!! They have 18 grams of protein, 23 grams of carbs and 7 grams of fat for 220 calories!!! My favorite flavor is the chocolate brownie followed by the Peanut Butter!!!
Thank you all for the suggestions. I will go buy at least one of each of the suggestions and see which I like best. I am so glad I found this group. Until now if I wanted GF recipes or suggestions, they were not necessarily the healthy type. Now I get GF and weight-loss friendly. Awesome. Good luck to you all.
Odwalla makes protein bars and they are gluten free, but they do use oatmeal. I can eat them but only one a day. I get them at the Commissary but you can go on line and order from them. Here is a link to their page. www.odwalla.com/index.jsp
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I'm allergic to peanut butter, so stick to the honey almond. Raw Revolution bars are pretty tasty, but not high in protein. I tend to grab a protein drink and bring it with me sometimes. They work better for me. But the Honey Stingers are considered a sports bar, so are better balanced than some
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I concur with the Think Thin bars--several flavors, all low in sugar, high in protein and not too scary on the calorie front. I also like Kind bars--I keep them handy for those days that I have dance lessons--I eat one on the way to the studio so I'm not faint with hunger afterward. Only thing is--they have nuts, so if you're allergic, steer clear, obviously.
I like Lara bars too-especially the peanut butter "cookie" one. Is that the one? I think so. Anyway-they are basically nuts and dates--nothing on the ingredient list that is unpronounceable--I love that.
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I am starting out on this new adventure trying to lose about 31lbs. I am trying to prepare for those situations when I do not have time, I am not home, or just don't know what to eat. Can anyone suggest some diet-friendly Meal replacement bars or protein shake? Thank you in advance for any suggestions. Also, if you can give me an idea where to purchase items suggested.
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