Celiac disease and gluten intolerance means needing to adhere to a strict gluten free diet to maintain health. If you’re on a gluten free diet, you may be wondering about the best on-the-go snacks for you.
Whether you’re on a protein-rich weight-loss program or want to build more muscle mass, good protein is essential. You need protein for energy, stable blood sugar and weight maintenance.
This guide to gluten free protein bars will give you ten delicious options to choose from.
Galaxy Brands Linny Mac Bar Peanut Butter Crisp Bars
These bars are low in sodium and high in protein. At 190 calories and 14 grams of protein per serving, they’re the ideal good protein source for gluten-free and diabetic dieters.
Keen-Wah Decadence Bars Chocolate Chia
These gluten-free protein bars are 100% organic, non-GMO, vegan and offer a complete 6 grams of protein at 195 calories.
Each of the 5 flavors of these gluten free protein bars are kosher and low fat. Each bar offers 11-12 grams of protein. Choose from peanut butter chocolate, chocolate, peanut, mixed berry or apple cinnamon.
The Gluten Free Bar
These gluten free protein bars come in peanut butter, peanut butter and chocolate or cranberry and toasted almond. Each bar contains 12 grams of protein, 240 calories and 10 grams of fat.
LunaBars are a good protein source at 12 grams of protein and 180 calories per serving. Choose from chocolate peanut butter, chocolate, cookie dough (yes, cookie dough!), chocolate cherry almond or mint chocolate chip.
Think Thin bars not only offer 15-20 grams of protein for energy in each bar, they are all sugar free! At 220 calories, these delicious bars are the perfect meal on the go.
Raw Revolution – Organic Live Food Bar
Raw Revolution offers more than just good protein. Each of the 11 flavors is vegan and corn and soy free. Since they’re prepared raw, they each have a higher nutrient content than cooked food. Bars are 270 calories and contain 8 grams of protein per serving.
This gluten free protein bar comes in 8 flavors; 5 organic and 3 natural. They are a healthy source of non-animal omega-3 and contain 7 grams of protein and 180 calories per serving.
Created by Elizabeth Hasselbeck from “The View”, these gluten free protein bars are very high in good protein. Each of the three all-natural flavors offers a whopping 30 grams of protein with no trans fats or high fructose corn syrup.
Pure Fit Protein Bars
These gluten free protein bars contain no animal products and offer 18 grams of protein from non-GMO soy. At 230 calories per serving, these all-natural bars will not melt, even if left in your purse till lunch!
You need protein for energy and to maintain a healthy weight. Whether you’re a busy professional, concerned parent or gluten free bodybuilder, these gluten free protein bars will keep you full and satisfied.
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