Oh Yeah! ONE Bar Benefits
These bars are packed full of good advantages. The highlight being the 22 grams of protein you get in each one. These can easily help you meet your protein requirements without having to sit down and do calculations every day. All of the Oh Yeah! Bars share the consistent, enjoyable flavors. Oh Yeah! Has a different line of bars for every need. This one is specifically formulated for people that are looking to cut down on their sugar intake.
- 22 Grams of Protein
- Only 1 Gram of Sugar
- Tastes Great
- High fiber
How Are These Different From Other Protein Bars?
Protein bars come in all shapes, sizes, and varieties these days. You don?t have to look hard to find high carb ones, low carb ones, high protein, high fat, gluten free, or low carb. However, most bars have that cardboard taste, cost too much, and leave more to be desired. The last few years, Quest Nutrition has been at the top with their Quest Bars, providing a filling protein bar with great taste to help build muscle. Now, ISS Research has noted what Quest has accomplished and brought forth the even better Oh Yeah! One Bar. This bar isn?t just a candy bar with protein added to it. They?ve taken the great macronutrient profile of Quest Bars and combined it with the amazing taste of their original Oh Yeah! Bar. And the name One Bar refers to the one gram of sugar!
Key Ingredients Rundown
Whey Protein Isolate – This form has the most available protein you can get, generally over 90% without any carbs, lactose, or fat. It is more purified than whey concentrate, and is more easily digestible because it is lactose free. It also has a high BCAA content.
Milk Protein Isolate – This contains whey and casein proteins, which places it between the digestion rate of the two. Whey digests very quickly while casein has a much slower release. This consists mostly of casein, giving the bars a rich texture.
Isomalto-oligosaccharides – These are a combination of short-chain carbohydrates that are able to resist digestion, meaning you won?t get any particularly valuable nutrients from them. However, that doesn?t mean they are without benefits. They are low glycemic, resist cavities and are a source of prebiotics. Prebiotics promote the growth of healthy bacteria in the gut, resulting in smooth digestion. This ingredient is also what is used to sweeten the bars without raising the amount of sugar.
Maltitol – This is a type of sugar alcohol that?s used as a replacement for sugar. It has 75-90% of the sweetness of sucrose, but with half the caloric count. This also doesn?t promote cavities just like IMO, and it can be found in a wide range of foods like chewing gum, sugar-free chocolate, and hard candies. You might experience the ?cooling feeling? that some get when consuming sugar alcohols.
Glycerine – The last major sweetener in these bars is glycerine. Another common sugar alcohol used in the food industry. This has 27 calories per teaspoon and has a lower glycemic index than sucrose. It won?t make your blood sugar skyrocket or give you the bottom out that comes with regular candy bars containing sugar and high fructose corn syrup.