If I had a nickel for every time I heard, “Oh I don’t eat protein bars, they have too many fillers and sugars, it’s like I am eating a candy bar,” I would be rich, and I wouldn’t have to work endless hours preaching to people about how protein bars can be beneficial. That being said, I totally understand why protein bars have a bad rap.
I do want to tell you that your protein bar doesn’t have to suck.
Every January we make resolutions and set goals for the new year. The most common goals are to become physically well, eat better and exercise, but by February we completely forget about these goals. Is it because we truly don’t care about being physically well or that our health doesn’t concern us? On the contrary we must have cared enough to set these goals in the first place, right?
This week I heard some great tips on a podcast, and I must admit, I have been following these steps for some time now and it makes a difference.
When I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis, an autoimmune condition that affects the gastrointestinal track, I was 21 years old and existing on a diet that included nachos and beer.