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Do the sample credits work on this?
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yes, I just used sample credit
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12g sugar... lol
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Thank you! I love these.
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12g sugar... lol
Quest uses allulose in these, which isn't metabolized. So it still has very low net carbs.
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Damn only let's you use the quest sample credit. Was hoping to use my Rx bar credit lol
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I'm surprised; usually Quest bars are pretty low in sugar. 12g of sugar per bar in this one. Also 9g of saturated fat. :/
There never has been, and never will be, credible evidence that saturated fats are deleterious to health—because they simply are not. That this myth has continued to exist in the general public's conscience is the result of unreliable science (epidemiological studies), egos, politics, and a negligent unwillingness of the nutrition science community to consider alternative hypotheses. The vast majority of the recommendations from the USDA and nutrition "experts" are wrong. In actuality, saturated fats are much healthier than the polyunsaturated fats (industrial "vegetable" oils) that have replaced them (propensity to oxidize, omega 3:6 ratio, etc.). But vegetable oils are cheap, and the companies that produce them wield great influence (i.e., money) over the USDA, AHA, ADA, etc., so here we are.

Just want you and others to know that. For more information: https://blog.virtahealth.com/the-...rated-fat/ (see citations at the bottom as well).
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I couldn't use the credit? Unless it got deducted from previous non-quest purchases??
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There never has been, and never will be, credible evidence that saturated fats are deleterious to health—because they simply are not. That this myth has continued to exist in the general public's conscience is the result of unreliable science (epidemiological studies), egos, politics, and a negligent unwillingness of the nutrition science community to consider alternative hypotheses. The vast majority of the recommendations from the USDA and nutrition "experts" are wrong. In actuality, saturated fats are much healthier than the polyunsaturated fats (industrial "vegetable" oils) that have replaced them (propensity to oxidize, omega 3:6 ratio, etc.). But vegetable oils are cheap, and the companies that produce them wield great influence (i.e., money) over the USDA, AHA, ADA, etc., so here we are.

Just want you and others to know that. For more information: https://blog.virtahealth.com/the-...rated-fat/ (see citations at the bottom as well).
Could be. Good luck with the crusade. Once everyone agrees that saturated fat is good for you, let's move on to discuss how covering your mouth when you sneeze does little or nothing to prevent the spread of germs. Then maybe we can talk about how the world economy is nothing but smoke and mirrors held together by pixie dust and wishes. I think the technical term is "consumer confidence."

Also, these bars are pretty good for low carb, if you buy into the net carbs approach and don't mind corn fiber.
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let's move on to discuss how covering your mouth when you sneeze does little or nothing to prevent the spread of germs. Then maybe we can talk about how the world economy is nothing but smoke and mirrors held together by pixie dust and wishes. I think the technical term is "consumer confidence."
...???
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I bought a box of the and they were melty so eating one makes a huge mess due to flaking coating and honestly they taste pretty bad (ymmv ofc). Blueberry cobbler ones, maybe I'll hand out the rest to the homeless
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There never has been, and never will be, credible evidence that saturated fats are deleterious to health—because they simply are not. That this myth has continued to exist in the general public's conscience is the result of unreliable science (epidemiological studies), egos, politics, and a negligent unwillingness of the nutrition science community to consider alternative hypotheses. The vast majority of the recommendations from the USDA and nutrition "experts" are wrong. In actuality, saturated fats are much healthier than the polyunsaturated fats (industrial "vegetable" oils) that have replaced them (propensity to oxidize, omega 3:6 ratio, etc.). But vegetable oils are cheap, and the companies that produce them wield great influence (i.e., money) over the USDA, AHA, ADA, etc., so here we are.

Just want you and others to know that. For more information: https://blog.virtahealth.com/the-...rated-fat/ (see citations at the bottom as well).
I never said anything about them being "deleterious." As far as fats are concerned, they are somewhere in the middle. Most nutrition experts recommend limiting saturated fat to under 10% of calories a day.
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I never said anything about them being "deleterious."
Thought that's what you were implying with the frown face *shrugs*
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Most nutrition experts recommend limiting saturated fat to under 10% of calories a day.
They are wrong. FYI



Anyway, good deal. Thanks OP
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