RiteBite Max Protein Bars – A review

RiteBite Max Protein Bars – A review

I love working out. Yes, I enjoy my exercise. I have been regularly exercising for a decade and a half. I actually miss it on the days I don’t workout. I do a mix of brisk walking/jogging, strength training and Yoga. I also love to cook and eat nutritious food. We all know that nutrition, exercise and health go hand in hand. Often, we miss out on a very crucial element of exercise which is pre-exercise and post-exercise nutrition. Our body needs protein and carbohydrates to prevent muscle damage and to replenish the body after a strenuous workout. We also need water and electrolytes to replace the fluids lost during the workout.

I normally take a banana and a protein shake after my workout. When I got an opportunity to try RiteBite Max Protein Bars, I grabbed it. This is a perfect bar for a post-workout meal. It is also a great substitute for those times when you just have to skip a meal or have no access to healthy food. I was never a fan of samosa, kachori or burger for a meal or a chocolate bar for that matter.

RiteBite Max Protein Bars come in 3 flavors: Choco Slim, Choco Fudge and Honey Lemon. No prizes for guessing that chocolate is my favorite flavor. Let me take you through each bar:

Choco Fudge:

RiteBite Max Protein Bars

I do love Chocolate Fudge as a dessert, so I picked this one first to try it. It has a great chocolate taste as well as loads of nuts. I felt it was a little less sweet for my taste. It had a slightly chalky aftertaste which I didn’t like. I had this bar after one of my workouts. It filled me up nicely. It also took care of my protein, carbohydrate, fiber and vitamin needs.

RiteBite Max Protein Bars

Choco Slim:

RiteBite Max Protein Bars

This bar has no added sugar and a really nice chocolate taste. It was my favorite of the lot. It had lots of nuts too which I personally like. In terms of nutrition it is similar to the other two bars.

RiteBite Max Protein Bars

Honey Lemon:

RiteBite Max Protein Bars

This bar has a strong lemon flavor and the sweetness of honey. It was different as in it didn’t have chocolate. 🙂 But the lemon was a bit too strong for my liking. Overall, it is a reasonably good tasting bar.

RiteBite Max Protein Bars

I can see myself consuming all these bars in the future too.

When can you eat RiteBite Max Protein Bars?

Breakfast replacement: I see them as a great way to get some good stuff in the morning when your body really needs it especially if you are the kind who skips breakfasts.

Meal replacement: I know of a lot of people who skip meals especially in the Corporate world. If you have these bars close at hand, you can have them even on the go. That way you give your body something nutritious and filling, and it hardly takes any time to eat.

After workouts: Please do pay special attention to your diet after workout. You must have water, carbohydrates and proteins within 45 minutes after your workout. Many of us don’t have access to this nutrition post nutrition; have this bar as a great way to replenish your body. It is substantial and offers everything your body needs after exercise.

RiteBite’s Max Protein Bars and many other Nutrition Bars are available in your favorite supermarkets, online portals as well as on the website of Naturell India. Do try them out. Each RiteBite Max Protein Bar is priced at Rs. 100 per bar.

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Do consult your doctor before consuming this or any other health bars. If you have any health conditions or are pregnant or nursing, consume these bars only after consulting with your doctor.

Disclosure: I was sent free samples of the bars for review. All thoughts are honest.

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9 thoughts on “RiteBite Max Protein Bars – A review

  1. Rachna – I read the ingredients of these bars on their webpage. The protein is a combination of soy, whey and casein. Soy that is used is typically GMO and there are numerous studies that advise us against consuming it. In general, if u consume soy, it should only be fermented….otherwise it does more harm than good.

    Another concerning thing is the sweetener used – maltitol and fructose, etc. Again, bad in my opinion.

    A better bar would be a simple one made with dates and nuts, with any natural flavors and/or spices like cinnamon, vanilla, bound together with coconut oil, honey (if at all needed).
    Once in a while it might be okay to consume these but I personally would not make it a habit.

    Another post workout alternative is a smoothie with fruits, hemp and chia seeds, with nuts on the top. You can sometimes mix almond butter in it too.

    Post runs, we usually eat a banana and drink chocolate milk – that is also enough.

    1. Thanks, Shachi, for your detailed comment. I don’t have these bars regularly but once in a while they are okay I guess. I do the banana and protein shakes and the homemade bars more often. Of course, there are times when you have no time to make some. Then these fit in nicely along with the other alternatives that you mentioned.

      1. I’ve had the same problem with these energy bars as Sachi mentioned. Especially with RiteBite as they are so commonly available in India.
        If you aren’t a fan either, you could give Yoga Bars a shot. I recently came across them and am yet to try one out. But they claim to be totally free of these questionable ingredients.
        In case, you happen to try it out, do let us know here.

    2. Hello i want to know if Muslims also can consume this bar and iif it is halal or not. I hope no animal product is used in this bar. I apologise for my ignorance i hope for s reply Thank you5

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