Product Comparison: RX Bars and Kill Cliff
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When you're hungry, it's easy to fall into the trap of fast food—especially if you are on the go. The United States is currently in the midst of an obesity epidemic. We are overweight, we are tired and we are unhealthy, and much of the reason to blame is our diets. We eat what we can when we can, and in a world that is increasingly dominated by work demands and long commutes, often what we are left with is food products that are not ideal. Fast food is notorious for being high in fat and calories, while low in nutrition content. In addition for being bad on the body, it's bad on the wallet. At an average of $10 a meal, the cost of eating on the go can really add up financially, as well as the toll it can take on your health.
There is an alternative. Protein bars and drinks exist to help you stay a step ahead of the demands life throws at you. In the midst of that long commute or that meeting that runs an extra hour long, there are products that can really give you a heads up on the hunger pains. In fact, there are a lot of these products out there. The trick isn’t so much knowing about them, as figuring out which ones will really deliver what they promise.
The RX line of products are paleo-friendly protein bars that deliver high nutritional value in a low-calorie protein product. By paleo friendly, the RX products are actually making a pretty hefty claim. This means that they are limited ingredient products, and they really do live up to this claim. Each bar is advertised as having eight or fewer ingredients. The paleo diet requires individuals to eat only items that might have been eaten on a hunter/gatherer diet plan. This means meats, fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices—but nothing that is so heavily processed that you won’t recognize it on a food label. The RX bars come in a variety of flavors, including fruity flavors like blueberry and apple cinnamon as well as coffee or peanut butter. Each bar consists of ingredients like figs and dates and pack around 15 grams of protein, which helps to keep you full and focused as you take on the day. SHOP NOW FOR RX BARS
KILL CLIFF BARS
The KC bars are fairly impressive as well, packing more than 20 grams of protein per serving. KC products are based on what we call functional nutrition. This means that they pack the nutrients you need to put your body in motion. Their products are highly recommended as snacks as well as a bolster for before and after workouts. In addition to the protein bars, Kill Cliff also offers recovery drinks. The drinks are very low calorie, with about 15 calories per serving and absolutely no sugar. SHOP NOW FOR KC BARS
- Billy Doherty