February 18, 2020

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  1. This is all wrong.

    You can have Quest bars .

    Protein is not your enemy.

    Keto is NOT zero carbs! Everyone has a unique set of macros to work towards, and most allow around 20 carbs.

    It doesn’t matter if the bar is low fat. Just get your fat from another source. Your macros tell you how much fat you need. Lettuce doesn’t meet your macros. But a salad can. You see where I am going here?
    Every bite doesn’t have to meet the macros.
    It’s the total that matters.

    Quest is one of the few bars out there that doesn’t contain soy. I like that.

    Get your facts straight before you give advice on dietary issues.

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    1. we already answered it in the last para:
      If you are worried thinking are quest bars keto friendly, the answer lies within you. It all depends on how and when you consume them. Make sure you choose the right quest bars that can promote ketosis and always have them after a workout session to get the most out of your keto diet. Everyone’s body is different and the needs, users have to decide based on their goals and current health status.

      Thank you,

      KetoaHolics Team

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    1. As stated in this article, quest bars do contain some amount of carbs. This is the reason why you should have them before workout so that your body burns the energy obtained from carbs at the earliest without affecting ketosis much. As far as fibers are concerned, they will keep you full and lower your net carb intake. This can be beneficial for your keto diet.

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  2. “2. Opt for quest bars that are specially meant for keto dieters.

    Yes, there are quest bars that are aimed at promoting ketosis. These bars won’t harm your diet and help you get into ketosis faster.”

    Can you give a link or an example of a Quest bar that you are speaking about here?

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    1. Yes, there are quest bars that are aimed at promoting ketosis. These bars won’t harm your diet and help you get into ketosis faster.”

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