After having read Emily's Clif Lemon Vanilla & Cashew Nectar Bar Review, I knew that the next time I topping up my nutrition bar stash, I will include a pair of Clif bars. I decided to try Clif Maple Nut variety, because while I am normally for peanut butter and/or chocolate flavors, I wanted to branch out and try something else.NUTRITION FACTS
Serving size: 1 bar (68 grams)
Total fat: 5 grams, 8%
Saturated fat: 1 gram, 4%
Sodium: 220 mg, 9%
Carbohydrate: 42 grams
Fiber: 5 gram, 20%
Sugar: 20 gram
Protein: 10 grams
Things I love and hate at the same time on Clif bars is that they are so great and chewy.They taste delicious (way resembles the dessert more than nutrition bars), but they are also higher in protein and, unfortunately, higher in sugar than many other nutrition bars. I have decided to treat them as a dessert, albeit one with some redeeming nutritional value, so it is what I am doing here. this Panel is fantastic. It tastes rich and chewy; Maple flavor makes it taste like a rack-dense, sweet cake without being overly sweet. Nutty Kerneaftrykkene balance the sweet Maple perfect.sponsor
Each huge 68-gram Clif Maple Nut bar contains 240 calories, 5 g total fat, which is 1 gram of saturated, 9% of the DV for sodium (220 mg), 5 g fiber (20% DV), 20 g of sugar and 10 g of protein.
Ingredients list is all natural and 70% organically. I bought a Clif Maple Nut bar for $ 1.89, and it was well worth it. This is not something I would buy if I was on a strict diet seems to loose weight, since it has too much sugar and too many calories, but when I active-such as running long distances or cycling, I will definitely use this fuel to me.