MTS Nutrition VEGAN Outright Bar

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Outright delicious and Outright real!

The Outright Bar is the fastest-growing nutrition bar in the industry, and with good reason, it was created to solve a problem.

When Creator Marc Lobliner started his journey to create the Outright Bar, he did it for his kids. They were stuck eating either protein bars that caused huge gut bombs with sugar alcohols and glycerine or a more natural bar that would cause an energy crash due to being all carbs with very little protein and fat.

Marc wanted healthy fats, wholesome and slow-digesting superfood carbs, and a decent amount of protein.

When Marc finally figured out how to mass-produce these, he expected a slow-selling "boutique" bar. What he didn't realize is that he wasn't alone. Millions of people ranging from baseball players to soccer moms to bodybuilders to sedentary office workers who just wanted a healthier snack option that tasted as good or better than a candy bar tried the Outright Bar and came back for seconds and tenths.

Made with REAL peanut (or almond) butter, oatmeal, honey (or Maple Syrup for the Vegan options), and high-quality whey protein isolate, OUTRIGHT™ bars are free of fake, filler carbs and full of wholesome goodness.

A healthy snack that fits into any diet, OUTRIGHT bars provide 15+ grams of protein, ~26 grams of REAL carbs, ~12 grams of primarily monounsaturated healthy fats, and an unrivaled taste - even when compared to delicious junk foods.

ENJOY the OUTRIGHT deliciousness now!

Protein bars have come a long way, but they still have downsides: most use either glycerin or prebiotic fiber as a binder.

Glycerin is also used in non-edible products such as soap. It can cause digestive issues.

Prebiotic fiber is excellent in a smaller one to two-gram doses. But believe it or not, the current top-selling bars have upwards of 20 grams per bar! This is enough to cause stomach and digestive discomfort.

Despite claims to the contrary, the total grams of prebiotic fiber ARE counted as carbohydrates. So when a product says "two net grams of carbs" on the label, this isn't entirely true. In reality, the ACTUAL carbohydrate count (including prebiotic fiber) could be more than 20 grams per bar above the claim!

That's up to an additional 80 calories, for those of you keeping score at home, or counting your macros.

The days of stomach discomfortand fake carbs are over.

Available in Many Flavors and Varieties, including Almond Butters, Peanut Butter, and Vegan Options.