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Quest Bars by Quest Nutrition are the only protein bars you’ll ever need in your life. In fact, Quest Bars will do all the heavy lifting for you. The only thing you have to do is break the wrapping paper and start munching on these delicious treats by Quest Nutrition.


Over the years, protein supplements have helped many individuals to achieve their fitness goals by fueling their bodies with all the important nutrients they need for a potent and explosive workout. But the truth is, not everyone has the time to search through formulas, compare prices, buy their protein powders and mix a scoop with their favourite shakers.

This is exactly why protein bars trump protein powders.

Quest Bars by Quest Nutrition are small, portable, and tasty. You can take them anywhere, including the gym, racing track, swimming pool, and other sports venues when the rules allow for it. What’s more, Quest Bars feature a variety of delicious flavours to choose from – enriched with a smooth texture that provides a one-of-a-kind experience upon tasting. In addition, Quest Bars are very effective in building your muscles and satiating your hunger in dire times of need – such as between lunch and dinner. And not only that, but Quest Bars can be softened in the microwave (around 10 seconds) to ensure a rich and powerful taste.


Each Quest protein bar contains:

  • Energy – 786 kJ, 188 Cal
  • Protein – ~20 g
  • Total Fat – 7 g
  • Saturated Fat – 1 g
  • Total Carbohydrates – 6 g
  • Sugars – 2 g
  • Sugar Alcohol – 5 g
  • Dietary Fibre – 13 g
  • Sodium – 159 mg
  • Gluten – Not Detected

Other Quest Bar major ingredients include: Protein Blend (34%), (Milk Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Isolate), Prebiotic Fibre (Soluble Corn Fibre), Almonds, Water, Sweetener (Erythritol), Natural Flavours, Palm Oil, Dried Strawberries (2%), Flavour Enhancer (Sea Salt), Sweetener (Steviol Glycosides).

Whey Protein Isolate

When compared to Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC), Whey Protein Isolate (WPI) is better, purer, and more potent than WPC. This is true because WPI undergoes an extra filtering step in order to remove all carbohydrates and fat. And so, WPI is 90% protein, whilst WPC only checks the 80% mark.

Whey Protein Isolate Benefits

Protein isolates are almost 100% fat-free, so there’s no need for concern for putting on an extra flab around your waist, hips, abdomen, or other fat-prone areas on the body. This type of protein is virtually lactose-free as well, so it’s suitable for lactose-intolerant individuals to be included in their nutritional plans.

Prebiotic Fibre

First off, to avoid any confusion, let’s differentiate between the two very similar terms “prebiotics” and “probiotics”. “Prebiotics” are considered fibres and can also be used as a fuel to power “probiotics”. “Probiotics”, on the other hand, are the beneficial bacteria that reside in our guts, and can sometimes use “prebiotics” as food to stimulate their multiplication and growth. Now that that’s out of the way, let’s delve more deeply into the former.

Scientifically speaking, prebiotics are a specific type of non-digestible fibres. They pass through the gastrointestinal tract almost fully indigested. Once they reach the colon, they remain there until they get broken down by the microflora in the gut.

Additionally, prebiotics are also referred to as “oligosaccharides”. Therefore, when someone mentions fibre, they usually speak not about one type of fibre, but a whole range of different fibres including inulin, “fructo-oligosaccharides”, “polysaccharides”, and “oligosaccharides” as well.

How Prebiotics Can Improve Your Health

Prebiotics play an important role in digestive and gut health, as well as a proper nutrient absorption in the body. What’s more, when combined with their close cousin probiotics, prebiotics offer a number of health benefits with minimal to no downside at all. This means that any healthy individual can safely consume as much prebiotics as their appetite would allow.

Essentially, as these prebiotics fully pass through the gut without being broken down, they offer numerous positive changes not just for the gastrointestinal system – but for some additional organs in the body as well. Finally, when they settle down in the gut, prebiotics become a sort of “fuel” for the beneficial bacteria that lives and thrives down there.

As we said, prebiotics and probiotics work in a synergistic bond to allow specific changes to occur, both in the activity and the composition of the gastrointestinal tract. In fact, they are very important to preserve health by increasing the production of bifidobacteria and lactobacilli, two different bacteria considered as the “good” bacteria types.

Plus, since the health of the gut is tightly linked to many other health concerns in the body, the combined efforts of both the prebiotic and probiotic compounds are crucial in battling against inflammation and lowering the overall health risks as well.

To this extent, a diet high in prebiotics offers the following benefits:

  • Lower risk of heart disease
  • Healthier cholesterol levels
  • Improved gut health
  • Improved digestion
  • Improved hormonal balance
  • Better response to both acute and chronic stress
  • Improved function of the immune system
  • Lower autoimmune reactions
  • Decreased risk of obesity and weight gain
  • And more

Let’s tackle some of these benefits one by one.

As we said, prebiotics often act as food for the probiotics that reside in our gut. Because of this, prebiotics are known for their beneficial abilities to clean up harmful bacteria from the gut and therefore introduce a new state of equilibrium. Plus, prebiotics remove the accrued toxins in the gut, which is absolutely crucial to achieve proper digestion and to also improve health as well. And not only that, but recent research has shown that prebiotic types of food can stimulate and increase the production of several beneficial bacteria, including Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG, bifidobacteria, L. reuteri, and certain strains of L. casei or the L. acidophilus-group.

A large collection of human clinical trials have shown that an increased intake of high-probiotic foods can lead to significant positive changes in the microbiota in the gut, and therefore improve the immune function in the body. This has been dubbed the “prebiotic effect”, a process which is also associated with a number of activities of the immune system in the body. One of the most important activities of the “prebiotic effect” is that of the reduction of the putrefactive metabolites and also certain cancer-promoting enzymes in the gut.

Additional studies have demonstrated the beneficial effect of some prebiotic foods in regards to improved homeostasis, better regulation of satiety, and lower weight gain. In this light, a higher fibre intake is tightly linked to lower body weight, as well as a decrease in the risk that leads to chronic obesity.

A study from The British Journal of Nutrition concludes that prebiotic foods promote a feeling of satiety or fullness, effectively prevent weight gain, and encourage weight loss. This is mostly owed to the fact that the subjects who ate more prebiotic foods produced less ghrelin. Ghrelin is a hormone that sends a signal to the brain that it’s time to munch, so the less ghrelin you have – the less hungry you’ll feel.


Currently, Quest Nutrition manufactures a total of 18 flavours of their best-selling product dubbed ‘Quest Bars’. Since everyone always asks us ‘Which Quest Bar flavour is the best?’, we here at Second To None Nutrition went out of our way to taste every single Quest Bar flavour in order to determine the best one from the bunch. So without further ado, let’s dive right into it and see how our in-house experts ranked these Quest Bars flavours from least to most desirable.

18. Quest Bars Mixed Berry Bliss

If it’s one thing that all of our STN experts would unanimously agree upon, it would definitely be the fact that some fruit-based Quest Bars flavours aren’t ideal when compared to the other Quest Bars flavours. And while not that bad on its own merit – by deliberate effort or chance – the Mixed Berry Bliss had ended up taking the last spot in our lineup. But again -- that’s just our personal opinion.

17. Quest Bars Lemon Cream Pie

This flavour features a mix of the sour and the fruity that reminds of lemons maybe a bit too much. However, sour taste lovers may possibly find this Quest Bar flavour amazing by default.

16. Quest Bars Strawberry Cheesecake

Everything tastes better when in cheesecake-mode, strawberries not-excluded. This particular Quest Bar savour is a perfect blend between a fruity delicacy and the baker’s preferred. One possible downside would be its inconsistency, as the Strawberry Cheesecake often varies both in the way of how it looks and tastes.

15. Quest Bars Apple Pie

This flavour really reminds our team of the real apple pie, which is a true staple of Quest Nutrition’s dedication to high-quality, consistency, and attention to detail as well. Bulking users can combine the Quest Bar Apple Pie with whole or partly skimmed milk for an additional quality protein source.

14. Quest Bars White Chocolate Raspberry

Quest Nutrition absolutely nails all chocolate flavours, with the White Chocolate Raspberry being the norm rather than the exception. Bold, rich, and slightly fruity, this Quest Bar flavour is the perfect gift for your significant other, a close friend, or just to keep it for yourself. Each pick is an equally valid option.

13. Quest Bars Peanut Butter & Jelly

If you are a peanut butter & jelly lover like most of us are, then you’re probably familiar with the way a popular PB&J protein bar tastes like. Quest Nutrition’s take on the PB & J formula is new, bold, and has the potential to convert you to a Quest Bar fan instantly.

12. Quest Bars Peanut Butter Supreme

This flavour is bold, chunky, and features an unparalleled mouth-watering peanut twist that melts immediately after you take a bite. This (and also the fact that it’s deliciously tasty) is one of the main reasons why the Peanut Butter Supreme fills the 12th spot in our “quest bars best flavour” lineup.

11. Quest Bars Chocolate Peanut Butter

Our team has ranked the Chocolate Peanut Butter Quest Bar higher than the Peanut Butter Supreme because of one simple but obvious reason: chocolate. However, you don’t need to be a die-hard chocolate fan in order to enjoy this flavour (since it has a little bit of everything for everyone). Combine with a glass of hot milk for a nutritious and tasty evening snack.

10. Quest Bars Banana Nut Muffin

This flavour really does taste like an exotic treat. All of our experts agree that the Banana Nut Muffin would’ve been number one if Quest Nutrition would’ve just stopped here. However, their engineers managed to pull off the impossible: to produce even better Quest Bars flavours than the perfectly textured and deliciously healthy Banana Nut Muffin tang.

09. Quest Bars Vanilla Almond Crunch

The Vanilla Almond Crunch has a very similar taste to a bisque ice-cream, as far as having that uniquely enjoyable sweet-and-sour taste that you sometimes experience when munching on an almond goes. If you are into that as much as our team is, then this Quest Bar is made with you in mind.

08. Quest Bars Coconut Cashew

Who would’ve thought that someone would mix coconut and cashew into a perfect amalgamation of the classical and the new? With the Coconut Cashew protein bar, the engineers back at Quest Nutrition have managed to pull off the impossible – yet again.

07. Quest Bars Cinnamon Roll

This flavour tastes exactly like a cinnamon roll. Perfect to enjoy with a glass of cold milk and possibly some additional fruit for some quick extra carbs.

06. Quest Bars Mint Chocolate Chunk

Chocolate mint protein flavours are usually one of the best, and the Quest Bars Mint Chocolate Chunk is no different. Spicy and bold, this flavour features a mint piquancy added on top of the main chocolate taste which makes the entirety of this healthy protein snack a must.

05. Quest Bars S’mores

Enjoyable from start to finish, this flavour is meant for people who know what they want out of life. The S’mores taste takes the number five spot unanimously and well-deservedly.

04. Quest Bars Cookies & Cream

Much like the peanut butter & jelly quest protein bar, everyone likes Cookies & Cream flavourings as well. This Quest Bar is incredibly tasty and perfectly healthy all at once. All of our team agrees they can’t stop at eating just one.

03. Quest Bars Double Chocolate Chunk

What’s better than chocolate? That’s right: more chocolate! The Double Chocolate Chunk isn’t too different from the chocolate brownie quest bar (as you’ll see in a minute) as far as tastiness goes – they’re both extra delicious! If you’re exceptionally fond of chocolate, this flavour has got you covered from top to bottom.

02. Quest Bars Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough

If it wasn’t for the Chocolate Brownie, this would hands down take the cake as the number one Quest Bar flavour in the world, and beyond. The Quest Bars Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough is tasty and something that you couldn’t take enough of it even if you wanted to. Be careful to eat these whilst accompanied by a certified nutritionist, because overstuffing with protein bars should be the last thing you should do on certain lonesome Friday nights.  

01. Quest Bars Chocolate Brownie

Our winner by unanimous team vote is the Quest Bars Chocolate Brownie! This Quest Bars flavour will leave you craving for more before even you finish munching on the deliciousness that is the Chocolate Brownie. 


Unarguably, Quest Bars are considered the best protein bars on the market both by professional athletes and sports enthusiasts alike. However, many users who undergo a ketogenic diet want to know if Quest Bars are fitting for this exact type of diet (i.e., won’t kick you out of ketosis). Thankfully, our Second To None Nutrition team is here to answer.

First off, what is a ketogenic diet? According to Merriam-Webster’s Medical Dictionary, a ketogenic diet is a specific type of diet that supplies “a large amount of fat and minimal amounts of carbohydrate and protein to produce a ketosis and change the body’s level of alkalinity”. Additionally, the ketogenic diet is also meant to trigger the body to burn fat for energy instead of carbs, which is one of the main reasons why professional bodybuilders tend to use this diet before a show. With all of this in mind, are Quest Bars meant for keto or not?

The truth is that there is no right or wrong answer to this question. Since every individual is built differently, you really can’t know if Quest Protein Bars would kick you out of keto or not. What you can know however is how to best utilise Quest Bars to achieve a better health right now.

Are Quest Bars Healthy?

Of course they are. Some of the benefits of including Quest Bars in your diet are:

  • Chock-full of protein, a whopping 20 grams to ensure a scaled muscle growth and faster recovery as well
  • None of the downsides of added carbohydrates and sugars
  • An abundance of delicious flavours to pick from, including Double Chocolate Chunk and Banana Nut Muffin
  • Convenient snacks suitable all around-the-clock, which makes an accidental junk food overdose obsolete

Quest Bars and the Keto Diet

The best time to eat a Quest Bar would be immediately after heavy lifting or some other physical activity that depletes your muscle glycogen levels. This way, you can use Quest Bars as a dessert in order to reward yourself for all the hard work you’ve put at the gym, without worrying about any additional calories to potentially lower the effectiveness of your ketosis.

Plus, your body should take the majority of the blood glucose out of your blood in order to replenish your muscle glycogen levels, without you having to worry about low blood sugar levels. When having a Quest Bar, however, try to lower your overall protein intake to trigger a beneficial process called “gluconeogenesis” (making glucose from other non-carbohydrate carbon compounds) and enable ketosis in a healthy way.


When you start to worry about your weight, you’re also worrying about seemingly banal things such as getting too hungry if eating less, not being able to find foods that fit into your nutritional plans, and sometimes even pondering about making the right choice under self-imposed restrictions of certain edibles.

Fortunately, Quest Bars offer a long-term solution to this problem. They pack around 20 to 21 grams of high-quality protein and do an excellent job of beating out hunger. Plus, they also feature solid amounts of fiber, without the additional nuisance of gluten or soy. Quest Bars, however, do contain dairy and milk, which could less-than-ideal for people affected by lactose intolerance or similar chronic conditions that can prevent you from eating dairy. But the most important thing is, Quest Bars can be carried around wherever you go, and if you suddenly get hungry, you’d know that these healthy protein snacks will be always there for the taking.

Plus, with the increasingly wide range of Quest Bars’ flavours, you’d almost never get bored whilst eating these delicious treats. Therefore, the answer to this question would be: yes, Quest Bars do really aid in weight loss.


Another question we often tend to get at Second To None Nutrition is: “Are Quest Bars Cheap?” Weighing in at $19.99 AUD per package, Quest Bars offer an excellent bang for its buck. Considering the recent surge in prices in the sports supplements industry and other high-performance branches – Quest Nutrition was among the first to offer great value for a high-quality product – Quest Bars. Given these circumstances, you can safely deduct that Quest Bars are cheap in relation to other, often times mediocre protein snacks.

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