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Given you came here just to threadcrap with this hogwash, I'm going to bite.

GMOs have no negative health implications. They're not "bad for you." In fact, from the perspective of global good supply and nutrition, they're essential.

You can criticize business practices of companies like Monsanto (now acquired into Bayer) as much as you'd like, and it's valid criticism.

But blanket disparagement of genetically modified food as a whole is completely bogus and just demonstrates a fundamental misunderstanding of a lot of issues as well as an inability to synthesize information properly.

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To other people's points, allulose definitely isn't "sugar," despite it being counted on the label as such.

I'm not a big fan of these bars and found both the flavor and texture to be on par with or inferior to the much cheaper Pure Protein bars that are ubiquitous in grocery stores, but as always, tastes will vary.
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Thanks. Worth a try.
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I guess the coupon is one time use only and I got in on the other deal for blueberry cobbler.

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Net carbs 15 g
Net Carbs = 4g.
These bars use 11g of Allulose that is supposed to have little to no glycemic response.
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Net Carbs = 4g.
These bars use 11g of Allulose that is supposed to have little to no glycemic response.
Hmm..not sure about that claim. The nutrition facts state 29 g carbs - 10 g fiber - 4 g erythritol = 15 g. I see now where it makes the claim on the front of the label that is has 11 g allulose but the front of the label isn't as heavily regulated as the nutrition facts. Anyone else care to weigh in?
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For what it's worth, these taste terrible in my opinion compared to their normal protein bars, but to each their own.
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Thanks. The hubby likes these. Also able to get the regular Quest protein bars, protein powder, and protein chips (each) with a 25% off coupon.
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Too bad allulose is based on corn, one of the most GMO laced food/ingredient on the planet so this "food" is not non-GMO - so whatever calories you saved are converted to chemicals and/or of non-natural origins

Id rather take my chances with natural sugars/more net carbs
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Hmm..not sure about that claim. The nutrition facts state 29 g carbs - 10 g fiber - 4 g erythritol = 15 g. I see now where it makes the claim on the front of the label that is has 11 g allulose but the front of the label isn't as heavily regulated as the nutrition facts. Anyone else care to weigh in?
From Quest's Website and the bar label: 29g Carbs - 10g Fiber - 11g Allulose - 4g Erythritol = 4g Net Carbs
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Hmm..not sure about that claim. The nutrition facts state 29 g carbs - 10 g fiber - 4 g erythritol = 15 g. I see now where it makes the claim on the front of the label that is has 11 g allulose but the front of the label isn't as heavily regulated as the nutrition facts. Anyone else care to weigh in?
I've bought a lot of protein / low carb bars over the years. The Blueberry version is by far the best tasting, most candy like bar I've ever had.

That being said, these bars are extremely sweet. Even if the 'net carbs' are 4, im sure my body is throwing off a lot of hormones that only real sugar can do.

See study on artificial sweeteners here (google has lot of recent studies as well):
https://www.menshealth.com/weight...eight-gain

That being said, I believe this is still better than eating a snickers or nutrigrain bar. Use this hero bar as a less than ideal treat, but better than an actual candy bar. I am still debating if it causes me intestinal distress (Allulose isnt really something known)

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If you previously purchased the Mr. Olympia sample pack, the -9.99 applies here. Got the vanilla caramel for free.
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Doesn't work for me. I used the coupon last time on the Blueberry cobbler flavor.
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