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Zing Protein Bars Review For Women

Zing Protein Bars Review For Women
Zing Protein Bars

Review For Women

I’ve tried a lot of protein bars over the years.  Since becoming a pescatarian, I have been searching even harder for healthy protein bars to meet my protein needs. However, I have found that high protein often equals high artificial ingredients and an artificial taste. Also, while being high in protein, they tend to be high in total fat and saturated fat.

First, let me explain what I consider a “protein” bar.  For me, 10 grams of protein per bar is the minimum qualification to be classified as a “protein” bar. Unless you start looking at bars that are designed for bodybuilders and those looking for very high protein, 10 grams of protein, or more, is not so easy to find–especially if you are looking at fat and sugar as well.

Let’s take a look at Zing Protein Bars. Can these bars be a good choice for women looking for a relatively healthy bar with a balance of protein, sugar and fat?

Zing Protein Bars are also referred to as nutrition bars and more recently labeled, vitality bars. Zing Bars are soy free and most are gluten free. Some are vegan and Non-GMO. However, some do use whey as a protein source.

Protein Sources:

Zing Protein Bars Review For Women

  • Rice protein
  • Pea protein
  • Peanuts
  • Tree nuts
  • Whey protein

Nutritional Information:

  • Calories: 210-220Zing Protein Bars Review For Women
  • 1.76 oz/50 grams
  • Total Fat: 5-12 grams
  • Saturated fat: 1-3.5 grams
  • Sugar: 9-15 grams
  • Fiber: 5-8 grams
  • Protein: 9-15 grams

There are 3 categories of Zing Protein Bars: Dark Chocolate Covered, Cookie, and Nuts and Fruit.


Dark Chocolate

  • Dark Chocolate Coconut
  • Dark Chocolate Hazelnut
  • Dark Chocolate Mint
  • Dark Chocolate Mocha
  • Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter (Whey Protein)

    Zing Protein Bars Review For Women
    Dark Chocolate Mocha



Zing Protein Bars Review For Women
Dark Chocolate Mint


Zing Protein Bars Review For Women

  • Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip
  • Oatmeal Chocolate Chip
  • Double Nut Brownie
  • Coconut Cashew Crisp
  • Coconut Cashew CrispZing Protein Bars Review For Women

Nuts and Fruit

Zing Protein Bars Review For Women


  • Almond Blueberry (Whey Protein)
  • Lemon Cashew Crunch (Whey Protein)
  • Cashew Cranberry Orange

Zing Protein Bars Review For Women






If you like chocolate, you will probably enjoy the chocolate covered flavors. Personally, I love the inside of these, but I do not like the chocolate coating. I love dark chocolate, but to me the chocolate tastes a bit waxy and not chocolatey enough. However, most people love the chocolate covered ones.  I do like the mocha the best of the chocolate ones. I much prefer the cookie and nuts and fruit flavors, however.

Zing Protein Bars Review For Women-Pros

  • No soy
  • Most are: Vegan, Non-GMO, Gluten Free and Dairy Free
  • No artificial ingredients
  • Low glycemic carbs
  • Some organic ingredients
  • More protein than most bars with similar fat and sugar content
  • Lots of flavors
  • Satisfying
  • Great taste
  • Can purchase individual bars or by the box

Zing Protein Bars Review For Women-Cons 

  • There is a lot of variance in ingredients, sugar, fat and protein–you have to read each label carefully
  • Added sweeteners
  • A bit high in sugar
  • Many are a bit high in total fat and some are high in saturated fat
  • Cost: Although a good value, at $2-$3 per bar, they do cost more than some other protein bars
  • Chocolate covered tastes a bit waxy
  • Chocolate flavors are messy if they get warm
  • Not all are vegan, Non-GMO and dairy free
  • The cookie and nut and fruit flavors tend to be a bit sticky and chewy and can get stuck in your teeth

Zing Protein Bars Review For Women-Summary

Zing Protein Bars can be a good choice for women looking for a relatively healthy bar with a balance of protein, sugar and fat. With so many flavors, you are bound to find at least a few you really enjoy.


For more info and reviews of protein bars, including RX BARs and Health Warrior Protein Bars, click on the Product Reviews Tab at the top of the page.

4 thoughts on “Zing Protein Bars Review For Women

  1. Hi Sandra,
    I love that you posted nutritional value for some of the Zing Protein Bars. I always like to check these values as I find many of the so called healthy bars are full of sugar, salt and/or fat. These three ingredients add lots of calories very often and they are also very unhealthy when consumed in large amounts.

    1. Hi Simona,
      Thanks for checking out my article: Zing Protein Bars–Review For Women and leaving a comment. Yes, there are so many bars on the market you really have to read labels to see what they actually are. I have reviewed several other protein bars and will be reviewing more. Stop back and see if any of them are a good choice for what you are looking for.

  2. Hi Sandra,
    I have tried a few protein bars over the years but most left me unimpressed. Is it just the nature of the high protein that flavours them or some really actually nice tasting?

    1. Hi Megan
      Yes, very high protein bars often do not taste good and also have a weird texture. Zing Protein Bars are not labeled as true protein bars because they don’t have the 18+ grams of protein and 4 or less grams of sugar that is typical in these bars. Many people find these bars do taste good. There are 3 types of Zing Bars. I suggest trying each type to see what you prefer.

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