Yes! The benefits of protein bars are known to all, right? Whether you are following a routine to gain pumped muscles or interested in a proper weight loss regime, homemade protein bars are an excellent choice to counter the hunger pangs. Just make sure it’s not sugar laden or made using preservatives. What are the basic ingredients of a run-of-the-mill protein bar? Nuts for sure like walnuts, pecans, almonds, peanuts and pistachios. Some varieties of seeds like flax, sesame, sunflower seeds and hemp hearts are added to the bar. To incorporate a rich source of protein, many people opt for the healthy seed butter. However, you might make your protein bar a little different by using quinoa as a binding base. Of course Quinoa is an A1 source of proteins, for the vegetarians in particular. It is highly fibrous and has a very low calorie count too.
Quinoa is a super food that enhances health conditions by adding nutrients and also increases chances of weight loss. Do you agree?