Amy Dungan Loves the New Quest Protein Bars!


As many of you already know, I’m a huge fan of the Quest Protein Bars. I love pretty much everything about them. They are convenient, tasty and chock full of non-scary ingredients. In my last review, I talked about the peanut butter and vanilla almond flavors. Today I want to tell you about three new flavors that will leave your taste buds tap dancing on your tongue.

Amy Dungan Reviews Quest Nutrition Protein Bars


Protein bars are one of those items that I’ve loved the convenience of, but I was never convinced they were really good for me. Many have an ingredient list that boggles the mind. I’m not crazy about getting my protein from hydrolyzed collagen and soy. The makers of Quest Nutrition Protein Bars weren’t excited about that either, so they set out to make a better protein bar. I believe they have succeeded.

Review: Think Thin Bites on the Belly Fat Cure by Amber Allen-Sauer


One of the most common questions I’ve received about the Belly Fat Cure is “What protein bars are allowed, so I can have them in my car when I am out and get hungry?”.

How to Use Protein Powder – Everything You Wanted To Know About Protein Powder**

How to Use Protein Powder for Baking and Cooking

Low carbohydrate protein powders come in several different types: soy-based protein powders, whey-based protein powders, soy/whey blend protein powders, egg-based protein powders, egg/milk blend protein powders, & rice-based protein powders. Here’s how to use protein powders for cooking and baking.

Saving The World From Dean Ornish and Protein Bars


Many of you have written me recently, asking all sorts of questions about a recent news item involving me and how my involvement in this bizarre episode has prevented me from writing more frequent articles for CarbSmart.