We tried the new H24 Achieve protein bars to see if they stack up
Boasting 20g of high quality protein per serving.
As editor of Men’s Health, my inbox (and our office delivery table) is inundated with companies promoting the latest and greatest “healthy” snacks. And the majority of them are protein bars.
Of course, this may sound incredible, except for one small detail: getting a good protein bar is a lot harder than it looks. From texture, to flavor, to nutritional benefits, there really has to be a perfect balance. And that’s something I’d like to think as I get a lot better as a judge.
On the menu of the day: The new H24 ACHIEVE protein bars, available in two flavors (Dark Chocolate Brownie and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough).
Their packaging language is minimal – 24 Hour Athlete Nutrition (hence the name Herbalife24), 20 grams of protein, 4 grams of sugar, and 20 calories. And that’s all. There is no overselling. There is no argument for you to try it having to compare it to something else. It’s a solid dose of protein, packaged as a ready-to-eat snack.
If you like your protein bars super chocolatey, go for the Dark Chocolate Brownie. If not, try chocolate chip cookie dough. Both flavors are delicious, satisfying, and carry that feeling of “Dang, I could have another one.” You can attribute this to the fact that Herbalife uses natural flavors in its bars, as well as the absence of artificial sweeteners, flavors or colors.
For your peace of mind, H24 ACHIEVE Protein Bars have also been tested for banned substances by a third party, deliberately targeting international professional athletes to everyday wellness seekers who prioritize the consumption of natural ingredients in their body.
So the final verdict? Definitely MH approved.
If you’re starting with a premium product, there’s very little you have to do. A good snack sells. H24 ACHIEVE protein bars let their quality do the work. In fact, the best thing about H24 ACHIEVE Protein Bars is that they’re everything flashy new packaged snacks aren’t. They are simple. They are simple. They are no frills.
And for someone like me who deals with a lot of protein-based nonsense, that’s special.
You can view the full range here.