The Promax pro is a whey protein bar that I decided to eat as my afternoon snack. It tasted great, one of the better protein bars that I have tried. It's loaded with protein, weighing in at 28 g of protein. The one thing that really surprised me was how filling it was. I actually could only eat half of it, and I finished the other half the next day. I would think you could even use this as a quick lunch. It's pretty reasonable price wise, too. You can buy a box of 12 from Vitacost for only $25.99, which makes it just over $2 per bar. Not too bad for an afternoon snack that can last 2 days. Here's all the supplement information:
Other Ingredients: Protein Blend [whey crisps (whey protein isolate, whey protein concentrate, tapioca starch, calcium carbonate, soy lecithin), whey protein concentrate, casein, sodium caseinate, whey protein isolate, hydrolyzed whey protein isolate, clacium caseinate, whey), brown rice syrup, soluble corn fiber, soy crisps (soy isolate, tapioca starch, salt), glycerin, peanut butter (peanuts), partially defatted peanut flour, sugar, soy protein isolate, fractionated palm and palm kernel oil, invert evaporated cane syrup, peanuts, natural flavor, salt, canola oil, butter (cream, salt), molasses, soy lecithin, guar gum, water, tocopherols (to protect flavor), soybean oil, stevia leaf extract (reb A).
Contains: Soy, Milk, Peanuts
The second bar, the cinnamon crunch Promax fit 'n crisp was another protein bar, but definitely more geared for a snack, having only 13g of protein in it. I tried mine as a morning snack, and found it to be almost like a a rice krispie bar. It was sweet, and held me over until lunch time. This is even more reasonably priced for a snack, at only $14.39 for 12 bars from Vitacost. Definitely would be a go to snack for me.
Other Ingredients: Protein blend (soy protein isolate, whey protein concentrate, whey protein isolate), glucose, syrup, rice crisps (brown rice, rice syrup, salt), sugar, tapioca starch, fructose, palm and palm kernel oil, glycerin, water, vegetable oil (canola, soybean), natural flavors, dried egg albumen (dried egg-white, yeast, citric acid), citric acid, calcium carbonate, yogurt powder (cultured non-fat milk solids), agar-agar, salt, soy lecithin, tocopherols.
Contains: milk and egg.
One thing that impressed me about both of these bars is that they are gluten-free, and with so many people having issues with gluten now, it's nice to have some more items that they can eat.