How To Choose A Protein Bar – Alyssia’s Protein Bar Review – Which Protein Bar is Best?

How To Choose A Protein Bar – Alyssia’s Protein Bar Review – Which Protein Bar is Best?

Hey guys! It’s Alyssia. Today I want to talk
to you about protein bars and specifically how to choose a healthy protein bar. So why
do we use protein bars? They’re quick, they’re convenient ways to get protein in and they
taste really good; they fool you into thinking they’re almost a candy bar. So I personally
use protein bars as a post workout snack. You don’t have to use them for that. Some
people just choose to use them as dietary supplements, if they’re trying to get more
protein or pre-workout snacks are fine but I use them as post-workout snacks. That’s
mostly because they’re kind of pricey; protein bars aren’t cheap. They’re usually $2-$4 a
bar so I kind of justify it as it’s my treat. It’s my recovery. After a hard workout I deserve
it. So that’s when I eat them. Today I’m going to share some popular brands
of protein bars with you and talk about how I decide, how I make the decision for what
makes a healthier or less healthy choice of a protein bar. So, we’re going to kind of
go through these, starting with the ones I think are less healthy choices and I’ll explain
why. And then we will end with my favorite protein bars, the ones I love to eat every
day. So, keep in mind as I go through this that these are all generalized suggestions.
So all of this advice may not apply to your lifestyle. My personal fitness goals are building
lean muscle and yours may not be the same. If you’re more into weight loss, a lot of
this be still relevant because even if you’re trying to lose weight, you want to usually
maintain muscle mass or build a little bit of muscle mass. So, but you know, you decide
what you want to take and leave and apply to your lifestyle as you see fit. Every bar wants you to think it is healthy.
Every protein bar wants you to think it is the healthiest choice offering you – either
the most protein or nutrition or whatever it’s claiming to give you. But the truth is
that most of them are not really any better than a candy bar in disguise. So if you are
going to spend the money and the nutrients then – if you’re going to spend you know your
calories and your macro nutrients on eating something – make sure that it’s something
you actually want to put in your body. If you’re not going to pick up a candy bar, you
might not want to pick up some of these protein bars. So, the first thing to look at when
choosing a protein bar is how much protein there is, right? Because that’s why you’re eating it. You
want to get protein. Now of course, that’s going to depend on your size, your fitness
goals, bla bla bla. But, generally speaking, at least for post workout, you want a bar
that has around 20 grams of protein. So that’s just kind of a good rule of thumb. It could
have a little bit more or less depending on what you’re looking for but when you pick
up a bar you want it to have around 20 grams. When you walk into the store, you go to the
protein bar aisle and you’re picking out your protein bar you want to pick up the bar and
look at the nutrition label. And so I have here a Kind Protein Bar. So these bars, probably
everyone has seen them. Their advertises are pretty clean, they’re pretty clean. And they’ve
got good, generally good ingredients in them. But here I have a protein Kind Bar and here
I have a regular Kind Bar. So this one, peanut butter dark chocolate protein – dark chocolate,
nuts and sea salt, only 5 grams of sugar. So both are making health claims. This one
is claiming to be a protein bar. When I look at the nutrition label it has a whopping 7
grams of protein. This not-protein Kind Bar has 6. So you buy a regular Kind Bar you get
6 grams of protein. You buy the protein, you get 7. Not really a protein bar. Can this
not fit into your lifestyle? No, maybe there is some way that it can fit in. Maybe you
want a bunch of good carbs or fat or 9 grams of sugar, but if you’re looking for protein,
this is not the bar to eat. Even though it’s telling you it has protein in it, it doesn’t
have that much. The Luna Protein Bars. You got regular Luna
Bars – 9 grams of protein. Luna Protein Bars – 12 grams. So there’s a three gram difference.
This is not really much better for you or it’s not really more of a protein bar just
because it says protein on it. There’s only three more grams of protein than in the regular
Luna Bars. So these are protein bars I would say not to eat. Even just starting at the
basic rule that you want protein in your protein bar. So the next thing to look at after you
check the protein content is calories. So it doesn’t really matter if it has 20 grams
of protein if it has a million calories. Right? So some of the protein bars that I don’t like
because of how many calories compared to the amount of protein they have are the following:
Cliff Builder Protein Bar. So it has 20 grams of protein, but it’s 270
calories which isn’t terrible but it’s more than you need. Kind of a general rule of thumb
I’ve come to go by – it’s not a real rule, it’s like my own made up rule, but you can
follow it if you want – is aiming for about ten calories per gram of protein, around there.
It could be a little more, a little less but…so if you just add on a zero. If you got 20 grams
of protein, you want it to be around 200 calories. Thereabouts, maybe a little less, if you can
find it. Power Crunch. Now these I want to talk about later but protein to calorie ratio,
you’ve got 14 grams of protein and it’s 205 calories. So you’re not getting quite as much
bang for your buck, protein wise. These bars, MET RX Big 100, this is a meal
replacement bar so it’s actually not technically a protein bar. But it advertises, it says
on the front 28 grams of protein, which it does have. 28 grams of protein. But the whole
bar is 380 calories. So that’s a lot of calories for 28 grams of protein. But keep in mind,
it’s a meal replacement bar so it also has a little bit more carbs. This would literally
be an entire meal. Now for some of us this is maybe more than we would eat in a whole
meal. Maybe you don’t need the whole thing. Maybe you’ll only need half of it. Remember
that meal replacement bars and snack bars and energy bars are all different than protein
bars. Muscle Milk. These bars, 320 calories for
25 grams of protein. So, on the high end. And the Zone Perfect. These are deceiving.
It’s only 210 calories but it only has 14 grams of protein. So again, not enough bang
for your buck. Okay, so you’ve looked at the protein, you’ve looked at the calories, next
you want to look at the carbs. Now again, carbs are really going to vary based on your
fitness goals. For post workout and building lean muscle you do want carbs in your protein
bar. So there is a huge disconnect between the idea of carbs being good or bad or the
enemy. They’re not the enemy. Carbs are good. Specially post workout you need them to replenish
and recover and rebuild. How many do you need, that’s the question.
So if you’re on a weightless journey, you might need less carbs. May be, maybe not.
But for me, I like to stick to about a one to one ratio, maybe even a little bit more
carbs than protein. One to one protein to carbs or one to one and a half protein to
carb. So, another bar that I don’t know if you’ve seen around. I saw it at the health
food store. Go Macro. It’s a vegan protein bar so may be, I mean I don’t know a lot about
vegan protein bars but maybe it’s – I mean I’m assuming it’s harder to get the protein
in there – this maybe an okay option. The problem is, there’s 37 grams of carbs for
10 grams of protein. So that’s like a four to one ratio, carbs to protein for 260 calories. If you’re really going for protein, aim for
20, aim for a ratio closer to one to one. Okay, so next macro nutrient we want to look
at is fat. It can be a little bit controversial because you don’t want a ton of fat in your
protein bar. Especially if it is post workout but some fat is good. So, you want to look
for less than around ten grams per bar. Of course this is all relative to the amount
of calories. You don’t want to just look at the fat and then not look at the calories
or carbs or protein. But with all the other general rules we’ve been making around 20
grams of protein, around 200 calories, around 20 to 30 grams of carbs, you want, I’d say
less than ten grams of fat. So this bar, these protein crunch bars, they’re
really good but they have a lot of fat in them. They have 12 to 14 grams of fat and
it’s about equal to the carbs and the protein. So it’s not really a good balance for a protein
bar. It’s more like an equal parts protein – fat – carbs bar. As an alternative to a
candy bar though, it’s great. And it tastes just like a Kit Kat. The next thing to talk
about, after we’ve had all those macro nutrients, are sugar and ingredients – sugar is an ingredient.
And bars that aren’t really protein bars that make you want to think that they are. Here’s
a bar that I found at the store. Full Bar, it is clinically proven to help you lose weight. I have no idea how because when I look at
these stats, it’s 170 calories, 4 1/2 grams of fat, 28 grams of carbs and five grams of
protein. So not only are those stats pretty much terrible because usually when you want
to lose weight you want to eat a little bit more protein and little bit less carbs, generally
speaking. And this is the antithesis of that. The first ingredient – oh I guess it’s not
focused – but just trust me, it’s brown rice syrup which is just a sneaky word for sugar.
So, ingredients count. Ingredients are really – may be not to everyone they count – but
to me, I like to look at the ingredients and know what they all are and know that they’re
all going to benefit me. I don’t want to eat something that, you know
I don’t want to put it in my body if it isn’t going to do me any good, especially if I’m
eating it as a nutritional supplement. Cliff Bars. Everyone thinks these are protein bars
but they’re not. There’s no, there’s ten grams of protein in this, for 240 calories
and 43 grams of carbs. So usually I mean, I don’t know the exact history of this bar
but I think it’s for mountain climbers or rock climbers or whatever. That’s what the
guy’s doing on the cover. So it’s probably more like an energy bar. Energy bars usually
have a lot of carbs because it’s for when you’re doing an activity. But this is not
a protein bar. So this is not your ideal post-workout snack.
And even the Cliff protein bar, this one same company. This is their protein version. I
already told you I’m not nuts about it. 22 grams of sugar in this and, how much in this
one – 21 grams of sugar in that. That’s a lot of sugar. Especially for muscle building.
We really want to avoid that much sugar if we can. Almond Joys. These have 20 grams of
sugar. That’s less than this bar – 220 calories, this is 270. 26 grams of carbs, this is 30.
So really the only place that this beats the Almond Joy is in protein. But that’s because
they put a lot of protein in it coz it’s a protein bar, right? And honestly looking at
these nutrition labels, this has more ingredients than the candy bar. So, is the Almond Joy a better choice? I’m
not going to tell you to go eat candy instead of a protein bar but I’m saying this is one
instance where you’re pretty much picking up a candy bar instead of a protein bar. Luna
Bars. Everyone thinks they’re really healthy. They taste okay but the ingredients – soy
rice crisps, soy protein isolate in organic rice flour, organic toasted oats- which is
rolled oats in organic dried canned syrup – at least it’s organic. Organic roasted soy
beans, organic brown rice syrup – which is sugar. Also, remember, I’ve said this before
in my videos but the ingredients have to be listed in the label by their prevalence by
weight. So whatever ingredients are first, are more prevalent. That means they are the most prevalent ingredient
in the entire bar or whatever product you’re looking at. If sugar or syrup or brown rice
syrup or organic brown rice syrup or any of those other names for sugar are the first
ingredient or towards the top – in one of the first two or three ingredients – that
means sugar is used a lot in that bar. That’s not what you want. That’s a candy bar. Larabars.
There’s a lot of hype about them because they’re clean. The ingredients – cashews, dates, chocolate
chips, bla bla bla. Pretty good ingredients and very few. I like to see that. But just
because this is a bar making health claims doesn’t mean it’s a protein bar. All bars
aren’t created equal, right? So this one is claiming it’s a good source of fiber, and
has three grams of fiber out of the 28 grams of carbs. And one bar is equal to a quarter cup of fruit.
Well you’re probably in this instance better off eating an actual piece of fruit or a quarter
cup of fruit and you’ll get more fiber from that. And it’ll probably taste better. It’s
really not fair for me to say that because I’ve never actually tasted one of these. But
– maybe I should try right now. I’ll just taste it right now. I guess I can’t return
this one. This is chocolate chip cookie dough. So, things about those bars, they use ingredients
like dates and cashews which are good clean ingredients but remember, cashews still have
a lot of fat, dates still have a lot of sugar. And even though I like to choose cleaner ingredients,
sugar is still sugar. Power Bars. Another example of an energy bar.
This is not a protein bar. Now Power Bar does have a protein bar. Same company but this
is the energy bar, this is the protein bar. So know the difference. So if you’re looking
for post workout or protein supplement, this is the way to go. Even though, actually I
don’t really love this bar. This bar has 12 grams of sugar in it which is just not necessary.
Even though it does have 20 grams of protein, 25 grams of carbs, 210 calories, 6 grams of
fat. All the other things sound pretty good. But it has 12 grams of sugar, only 4 grams
of fiber and it has a ton of ingredients on the ingredient label. And that’s kind of like what I boil down to
if I’m like, ‘okay, this hits almost on my criteria.’ I look at the ingredients and if
there’s stuff I don’t know and if I really can’t count all of the ingredients on my fingers
then I nix it. Alright. Hopefully they’ll let me return that still. Skinny Girl. I’ve
never tasted these but I’ve tasted their vodka and it’s pretty good. Don’t put that in there.
First of all, ingredients before I even see the nutrition label. Ingredient number one:
organic brown rice syrup. Sugar. 180 calories, 8 grams of fat, 25 grams of carbs. We’re good
so far but protein, 7 grams. So it’s not advertising itself as a protein bar but it’s making a
lot of other health claims like it’s natural, it’s kosher, it’s high fiber. Yeah, if you consider 5 grams of fiber, high.
And it’s only got 7 grams of protein. I would say this ain’t going to make you skinny,
girl. Atkins. Low carb. That’s what Atkins is all about. Right? There’s 23 grams of
carbs in this. Now, 9 of those are from fiber which is pretty good. One of those is from
sugar. 11 from sugar alcohols. Now sugar alcohols aren’t terrible. They’re not metabolized
as carbohydrates which is why they don’t count in the net carbs. And also, 250 calories,
17 grams of protein and 14 grams of fat. I know Atkins is all about lower carb and higher
fat but that just seems a little high. Alright, Special K Protein Bars. This protein bar only
gives you 10 grams of protein and it’s 170 calories. So, definitely not quite hitting the mark.
Plus there’s 3 1/2 grams of saturated fat out of the 4 1/2 grams of fat in the bar.
Now the worst thing about the Special K protein bars – and really, all the Special K products
– is the ingredients list is like 3 1/2 miles long. It’s so many ingredients. I don’t know
what 90% of them are. But a lot of them end in ‘ose’ which means sugar or some sort
of sugar. This bar has 15 grams of sugar and 10 grams of protein. So there’s more sugar
in it than protein. What’s the point of eating this? Going back to candy bars, these Power
Crunch – I’ve never actually eaten this – I just saw it. But I was so intrigued, I was
like oh my God, it’s like a candy bar. It’s chocolate with nuts in it and it’s a
hundred calories and 5 grams of protein and 8 carbs and 6 grams of fat. But they trick
you because it’s actually two servings in this bar. So it’s 200 calories and 12 grams
of fat and 16 grams of carbs and it does have 10 grams of protein which is better than a
candy bar but still, other than that, it’s really about the same. So maybe it’s more
nutritious. I do know what most of these ingredients are, which is good. But again, Macro nutrient
wise, not much better. So we have come to what are the good choices. We’ve talked
about all of these terrible choices of protein bars. What ones can I actually eat? So the
top three that I would say are worth eating would be these three. So you’ve got Pure Protein, Think Thin and
Quest. Now really, I only eat one of these protein bars and it’s Quest. But if I couldn’t,
for some reason, get Quest Bars, I would say these are probably your next best bet. The
reasons I don’t eat these are mostly ingredients. So this Pure Protein Bar has a lot of ingredients
in it. It also does use sucralose – which is Splenda – which is fine. A lot of protein
bars use Splenda but where I can avoid it, I try to. And I don’t know what a lot of the
other ingredients are. But you get good stats. For 200 calories you get 20 grams of protein,
18 grams of carbs and 5 grams of fat. So, pretty good. And they taste okay. They don’t
taste great but they’re like manageable. I don’t feel like it’s a treat after my workout
though. The Think Thin Bars. I’ve never actually tasted
one of these but the stats – 230 calories, 20 grams of protein, 25 grams of carbs, 8
grams of fat. Everything macro nutrient wise is good here. Zero grams of sugar because
you have twelve grams of sugar alcohols. So if you know you’re someone that can handle
sugar alcohols and it doesn’t bother your digestive system then this could be an option
for you. The reason I don’t choose this is there’s only two grams of fiber. So out of
those 25 grams of carbs only two of them are fiber. And that is the exact – well one of
the many – reasons that I end up choosing Quest. Quest Bars. This is cinnamon roll flavor.
It’s one of my favorite flavors. This is cookie dough, chocolate chip cookie dough flavor.
Also one of my favorites. I also love white chocolate raspberry, double
chocolate chunk, cookies and cream. I think those are my main favorites. Am I missing
any one? They’re all pretty good but those are my favorites. The stats on these are amazing.
You get, on the cinnamon roll one, as an example, for 170 calories you get 20 grams of protein,
25 grams of carbs, 6 grams of fat – none of that is saturated fat – and of those 25 grams
of carbs, 17 grams are fiber. Dietary fiber. So in all these other bars that I showed you
today, the max that we saw was like 5 – 5 grams of fiber. Generally you see 2 to 3.
But in quest bars, this is 17 grams of fiber. Net carbs – total net carbs in this bar is
three because it only has one gram of sugar and 5 grams of erythritol which is a sugar
alcohol – a natural one. So this bar for me is a win. On top of all the stats it tastes freaking
amazing. It tastes good plain. I like to just carry them with me in my bag. But also, they’re
really good heated up. So in the microwave or in the oven – if you bake them, toaster
oven, whatever. And there’s a lot of recipes. If you’ve never seen the Quest 15 second recipes,
now is the time to check it out. The chocolate chip cookie dough. 190 calories, 8 grams of
fat, 21 grams of carbs, 21 grams of protein. Again 17 grams of fiber. You just can’t beat
it. What is their secret? I don’t know. But the other great thing about these – so we
talked about all of those macro nutrients, the calorie ratio, the carb to protein ratio
– is all good. The ingredients are also awesome. They’re super clean. They’re pretty much the
cleanest protein bar you can find. They’re just delicious. So, there you have it. All
of the protein bars. How I make decisions on which ones I want to consume based on their
macro nutrients, their ratios, their ingredients and at the end of the day, the only one I
eat is Quest. That doesn’t mean it’s the only good one but it’s the only good one for me.
Because I do love Quest Bars so much I thought it would be fun to make my own 15 second recipe,
#15SecondRecipe. So thank you for watching. Make sure you subscribe, like this video and
share it with a friend. Maybe it’ll help someone make a healthier choice on their protein bars.
Stay tuned for next week. We have another Two-Ingredient Takeover recipe coming up.
There’s only two left in the series. So make sure you check it out. Bye.

100 Replies to “How To Choose A Protein Bar – Alyssia’s Protein Bar Review – Which Protein Bar is Best?”

  1. Hey! Awesome video! There are so many more bars out there now and a lot on instagram and Whole Foods I was wondering if you could do a second version of this with more bars!

  2. hi… just saw the video, i'm confused!? i guess! how does the quest bar has 170 calories in total when the amount of protein(20 grams80 calories), carbs(25 grams=100calories), and fat(6grams=54 calories) are summed up to the total of 234 calories?! i could be wrong but what we learn in school when in nutrition classes is that protein and carbs has 4 calories each per gram and fat has 9 calories each per gram! thanks for the video and hope to hear from you so i can learn some more!

  3. Can you please do another vs of this?!? There are so many more bars out and fruit bars etc! This is the best video I have found! I learned so much!

  4. thanks for sharing that info…I'm going to stop buying those cliff bars…but they taste so good! Good to know which ones to eat as a pre workout and post workout ..#proteinbars #macronutrients

  5. Wow… these videos are so amazing, you have saved me so much time by so clearly and concisely explaining the makeup of these bars! Now I don't have to spend so long scanning bar labels trying to figure out whether I'm being made a fool of by these companies haha I am most definetely going to try Quest bars now.

  6. My mother went to publix and found a 2 for $4 deal on quest Bars! I got the s'mores and cookie dough one. I hope I can find the birthday cake flavor one

  7. Power bars used to come with a lower sugar version. I think the regular ones seem much less sweet than many. I like. Less offensive tasting. I love kind bars as a snack that is at least better than a candy bar. I’m going on the lesser of the evils diet.

  8. Good stuff, you just saved me a bunch of time. And your teeth are incredible btw. I had to force myself to stop looking at them so I could refocus on the topic

  9. What do you think of B-Up and NoCow?
    I know this is an old video, but I also want other viewer's input so i commenting this

  10. Can protein bars help a person gain weight? I have always been underweight due to a high metabolism and a disability. I really want to find a way to safely gain weight because I can't gain pounds with just eating regular weight gain foods. I've tried everything and if protein bars can help me it would be very convenient and easier than what I've tried in the past. Thanks! ❤️

  11. Anyone else use protein bars/supplements to curb sweet tooth? 🙁 Quest bars + Oh Yeah One protein bars are my fav!

  12. the power crunch bar is low on carbs, high on proteins and fat which is good because your body will use the fat for energy instead of carbs.

  13. I just found your channel and it is amazing! How did I not find it earlier? Your content is fantastic and the information you are giving is really well said! Looking forward to future videos!

  14. You need to try ONE BARS ONE bars are the best literally all of them have 20g protein,95mg of sodium and 1 gram of sugar they are better than quest for sodium

  15. Thanks for the research, very informative. I think that the quality of protein is just as important as the quantity. Most protein bars contain soy protein isolate, which is a heavily processed and very unhealthy form of soy. Hexane, a gasoline byproduct, is used to soak the soybeans, stripping out the beneficial nutrients and fiber. Consuming it has been linked to neurotoxins that damage brain tissue.

  16. That quest bar must keep you satisfied XD

    Oh and why didn't you talk about saturated fat as a negative. I mean, isn't saturated fat like the absolute worst?

  17. Thanks girl, I’ve been having trouble looking for the best protein bars for quite some time now. Took notes from this one

  18. try simply protein bars – lower carbs and sugar, minimal fats and 15g of protein:) I think Quest bars are extremely processed

  19. I love quest bars! Soooo expensive! Depending where I buy them there $2 a bar. I’ve seen them be up to $5 a bar

  20. 2:21 wtf theres a picture of a oven temp knob that flashes for a fraction of a second had to slow down the video to .25 speed and pause and unpause to see what flashed and supprised nobody in the comments section talked about this

  21. I’ve tried Quest bars and sadly I’ve trashed every flavor I’ve tried, I really was hoping I would like them. I like RX Bars best although it does have dates ie sugar but I only eat a third of the bar at a time, maybe not even that much. Thank you for your input👍🏻😊

  22. My favourite one is NuGo Slim, it has 160 calories, 17g of protein and 2-3g of each sugar and fat. Sweetened with natural chicory root it's the most calorie-efficient protein bar I found.

  23. great video!
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    Submit your response here:
    Which Snack Bars do you prefer? Kind or Pure?
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  24. Thank you for this video, Alyssia!Through this video, I was able to find Garden of Life Performance Bars that are good fuel for me. Perfect Fat to Protein to Carb ratio that satiates me. I use these bars + a piece of fruit + water as a quick meal when I am on the go. This has been absolutly vital for me in my busy life -having a quick Celiac-Safe/DF/SoyFree/EggFree meal replacement that will keep me going. I am SO thankful especially as all the GF bars are just a bunch of sugar.
    Thank you!

  25. I have trouble getting in enough carbs, so I rock clif bars usually. I get enough protein from my shakes and meats. Quest bars max my fiber intake way too quickly, so I stay away from them.

  26. Fiber is not always a good thing. Sometimes they add artificial fiber in protein bars, cereal etc that is not as good as natural fiber from grains or fruit. You always have to check the ingredients list for the source of fiber if a high fiber content is important to you.

  27. Love your informative videos. I just newly subscribed to your videos so I'm not sure if you have done one yet but can you do a video on trail mix bars or fruit and nut bars, and breakfast biscuit and soft baked on brands such as nature valley, kind bars, belvita, multigrain, and other brands. Thanks.

  28. I had a Quest Smores protein bar sitting in my car on a hot day. When I came back from my work out, the bar was nice and soft and the chocolate was all melted. It tasted much better that way.

  29. I’m vegan, I can tell you it’s hard to find very high protein bars. I use vegan protein powder to supplement or I eat the goMacro bars

  30. My co workers couldnt figure out why i always complained about the "healthy" options at our store. All the protein bars we had were bad. I would just go to walmart and stock up on quest bars to bring with me as my snack.

  31. Hi Mind Over Munch! I just spent 2 freakin' hours reading labels on Amazon 2 find exactly what u r looking for in a protein bar: 20 g prot for 200ish cals, low to NO sugar, hi fiber & clean ingreds! I was dumb-founded & even took notes. Glad I found ur channel, have liked & subscribed. I will go back to Amazon to find & order ur suggestion. THANX SO MUCH!!!! Eager 2 see more of ur vids as ur channel is new & great 2 me!!

  32. Quest cinnamon roll 21g protien bars taste like a mouthful of sand.but i aint in it for the it for the gains💪

  33. Amazing video. Thank you Alyssia.
    I was wondering though how the Amazon's brand Amfit compares to these. Not sure if it's available for you, but here's the nutrition's table:

  34. Why does everything have to be so deceitful .. thanks for clearing it up .. shouldn’t have to .. especially when all people want is to be healthy .. lots of deceit ..

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