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I found an Anytime Bar replacement

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I've noted a whole bunch of us can't eat those Anytime Bars. And I've also seen that not everyone want to replace it with another milk/yogurt/lean meat; I mean, after all, the bars are an almost "treat-like" treat. A bunch of people suggested Pria bars instead, so, I headed out today to pick a few up. I'm pretty sure I've seen them before but couldn't find today and didn't want to wait and buy online. So, here's why I'm posting: I found a bar called "100 CALORIE" Protein Bar by Biochem. It has almost identical nutrition info - 100 calories, Total Fat 3 grams with 2 from saturated, 55mg sodium, Total Carb 13 grams with 1 Fiber and 7 Sugar, and 6 grams of Protein. And the Chocolate Truffle flavor I tried actually tasted pretty good - way better than the chocolate peanut butter AT bar (less synthetic tasting). Figured I'd let you all know and enjoy :) PS: They're a little pricey at $1.49 each but so are those AT bars!

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Sounds interesting - thanks for sharing, jennybeth! Where did you find them? I've been thinking about switching out the anytime bars for the cost savings. I bought an economy pack of Pria bars off of Amazon and loved them, but don't know if I want to do that all the time, I'd rather find something I can buy at a local store if it's possible.

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In my area, I can buy Pria bars at the health food stores. They're actually pricier than ordering them online but at least I can usually find a health food store fairly easily.

But thanks for the tip, Jen. If I come across them, I'll check them out. :)

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Just curious: Do you know the percentage of vitamins in these bars? I know that's a big thing with AT and Pria Bars - the amount of vitamins and nutrients they provide. Thanks for the info I will also look into them. =)

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Did a little research and found this (sorry for the formatting - it's a cut/paste):

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 Bar (25 g) 0.88 oz.

Servings Per Package 24

Amount Per Serving % Daily Value*

Calories 100

Calories from Fat 30

Total Fat 3 g 5%

Saturated Fat 2 g 10%

Trans fat 0 g

Cholesterol 5 mg 2%

Sodium 55 mg 2%

Total Carbohydrate 13 g 4%

Dietary Fiber 1 g 4%

Sugars 7 g

Protein 6 g

Vitamin A 0%

Vitamin C 0%

Calcium 6%

Iron 2%

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. Calories 2,000 2,500 Total Fat Less than 65 grams 80 grams Saturated Fat Less than 20 grams 25 grams Cholesterol Less than 300 mg 300 mg Sodium Less than 2,400 mg 2,400 mg Total Carbohydrate 300 grams 375 grams Dietary Fiber 25 grams 30 grams

Calories per gram:

  • Fat 9
  • Carbohydrate 4
  • Protein 4

I also discovered a site called allstarhealth.com where they have these in 24-packs for $22.99 - don't know what they charge for shipping but that might be worth a look!

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Sounds interesting - thanks for sharing, jennybeth! Where did you find them? I've been thinking about switching out the anytime bars for the cost savings. I bought an economy pack of Pria bars off of Amazon and loved them, but don't know if I want to do that all the time, I'd rather find something I can buy at a local store if it's possible.

I found them in a branch of my local health food store called Mrs. Green's (I live in NY) but can't say how common they are. Today, I saw Pria bars in my local Pharmacy. I think it's enjoyable to change things up too - variety is the spice of life, right :)?

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