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One of the great things about my “job” is that get all sorts of stuff in the mail to test out. Sadly, much of it goes into file 36 – where it is never heard from again.

From time to time, something super cool comes along though and I am happy to share it with you. Today is one of them – my new favorite go to high protein snack via Meat SNX distributed by Driven Nutrition.

You know me – I always do my homework on any new product and spent some time on the phone chatting with Jason Rule from Driven about this new product.

>>Meat SNX << 

If all of that sounds good and it passes all my questions, it is time for the ultimate test. Yep , the Wifey Test.   This is where I have my wife try it and get her impression. Personally, if something works I don’t care much about the taste. The wifey however is not easily impressed.

Check out the video of the Wifey Test on the Meat SNX below

Meat SNX Wifey Test Results

The wifey loved them! Two thumbs up. 

What Is the Difference?

While protein bars work in a pinch, I find myself (and clients) looking for something different and crunchy.   The standard go tos work here like different kinds of nuts, although they can add up in calories fast since they are more dense. Not a bad thing by itself, just sneaky.

The Meat SNX are fortified with CHIKPRO – it is just what it sounds like – chicken protein as it is derived from dehydrated chicken. As you know, chicken protein is a great and complete protein source. Meat-Snx uses CHIKPRO as their main ingredient – with 20g of protein per pack.  CHIKPRO is a chicken protein isolate powder that is gluten, soy, and dairy free.

The protein sources they use consists of CHIKPRO Crisps – a combination of CHIKPRO, Pea Protein, and Rice Flour.  You have several flavors to pick from like Sweet BBQ, Cheese Pizza, Ranch, Sirracha –my current fav, and even Cinnamon Bun!

For those worried about crazy man made stuff in their food, the flavorings are your basic seasonings without any artificial colors or ingredients.   Plus you can get them without or without nuts if you can’t tolerate them. If you are watching your carbs, all varieties of Meat-Snx, have only 15g per serving which is super low for a crunchy snack.

Any Downsides?

The only downside is that they look like kibble dog food to me, although I am far from normal

Meat-SNX

Check the out below for an alternative high protein, lower carb / lower calorie snack that you can toss into your cooler, car or gym bag.

>>Meat SNX << 

Enjoy!

Dr Mike

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