Quest Chips for That Perfect Snack

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The folks at Quest took the chip form-factor and decided to turn it into a protein super-power. They did this by changing the simple potato-oil-salt recipe of classic chips into something more similar to Pringles – a processed potato snack. When you love chips it’s important to have something you can snack on that’s comparable. Chips are not good for you and they are easy to eat too many.

How is the Chips Made?

Made of a Protein Blend (Milk Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Isolate), Dried Potatoes, Corn Starch, High Oleic Sunflower Oil, and other ingredients in lesser amounts, including spices, salt and yeast extract. The protein blend is not something you can make at home or buy from a farmer. Milk protein isolate and whey protein isolate area by product of cheese production.

Body builders buy them in powdered form to add to food and drink. In some cases, they may cause digestive problems such as bloating, cramps, and gas. These are going to be some of the side effects that will be around until your body gets used to the protein, but it won’t last in most people. If you have severe stomach cramps that last for a while it’s important to see a doctor before you continue using the product.

The Base of the Chips

Dried potatoes are the base for Pringles as well. The corn starch is used as glue to keep everything together. Most of the other ingredients are used to create the BBQ flavor. This is great because when the chips taste like something familiar then you can enjoy it that much more while getting the benefits.

Health warning! Yeast extract is another name for MSG. So that means you will feel the same as when you eat a large amount of Chinese food, sleepy and sluggish. That will pass, and there isn’t enough yeast extract in it to affect you the same as a buffet binge. You can get the delicious quest chips Canada from your local health food store or from the website vitasave.ca and get your healthy snack on.

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