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Meagan Pryor

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Hey guys! 

This is my first time to participate in the whole30 world! I’ve been doing research one snacks and things to have throughout the day and i️t said that the RX BARS are compliant but when i️ looked at the back, i️t said there were 2g of sugar! Can someone with more experience please help me out on brand and snacks I️ can have?? 

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For any product, you want to look at the ingredients, not the nutrition information. All kinds of foods have naturally occurring sugars, and those are okay, it's added sugars and sweeteners you want to avoid.

That said, RXBars and Larabars and those types of things are really for emergency use only. This article explains more about these kinds of bars and how they might fit into your Whole30:  https://whole30.com/2015/06/future/  

Epic bars, jerky, hard boiled eggs, pre-cooked meats (either that you've cooked yourself, or things like compliant hot dogs or pre-cooked sausages), cans of tuna or salmon or other fish, deli meats if you can find them, packs of olives or guacamole, pre-cut vegetables would all be good things to have with you. If you're hungry between meals, it's best to eat a combo of protein, fat, and vegetables, or at least two of the three. If you get more than a week into your Whole30 and are consistently needing to snack a couple of hours after meals, you'll need to look at your meals and make them bigger or change how they're composed, because once you get used to eating this way, your meals should keep you satisfied 4-5 hours at a time.  (What your meals should look like for best results:  https://whole30.com/downloads/whole30-meal-planning.pdf)

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