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Pinnertest Food Intolerance Test Review

Did you know that a food intolerance is different than a food allergy? That food intolerances can cause symptoms like bloating, acid reflux, brain fog, etc. anywhere from a couple of hours to a couple of days later?!

Yeah, I didn’t either! I knew certain foods could cause an array of issues, but didn’t know much more than that before taking this Pinnertest food intolerance test.

First, I’ll take you through what Pinnertest is. Second, I’ll share with you my results and if I think they’re accurate!

Review: Daily Harvest's "Harvest Bowls"

Daily Harvest is a company that focuses on delivering you pre-curated, frozen superfood recipes that you can quickly blend, heat, or whatever the protocol is for that recipe to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle! They have a variety of soups, smoothies, sundaes, overnight oats, chia parfaits, and now... Harvest Bowls! I'll take you through my experience, pros, cons, and if I'd use Daily Harvest's Harvest Bowls again.

Review: Daily Harvest, Superfoods Super Fast

I'm always looking for ways to add micronutrients and "superfoods" into my diet on my ever-continuing journey to a healthier lifestyle, and I'm sure I'm not the only one. Especially as the holiday season just ended and a new year has started, I know I'm not the only one looking to eat more whole foods! Well, perfect timing to try a company who specializes in making superfoods as easy and convenient as it comes, Daily Harvest!

Review: Moink Box, the Ethically Sourced Meat Subscription Service

At this point, I think we’ve all seen or heard of documentaries/videos/stories that expose where the majority our meats are sourced from…and it is not pretty.

I’ve struggled with this knowledge many times when going to purchase my meats. Do I go for the more expensive meat in the stores that claims they’re obtained in a sustainable way? How do I even know if the claim is true? Does it taste different? Is it worth it? For the first time, I know where I stand on these questions, thanks to Moink Box.

Review: Quest Hero Protein Bars

Quest's newest addition to the fam, their Quest Hero bars, are essentially their Cereal Bars (these bars are textures like Rice Crispies) with a layer of gooey goodness, then surrounded by a light coating of flavor. Overall, I have to give it to Quest, these bars are pretty tasty and have great textures, in my opinion!

They released the following flavors, which I've included full reviews for below: Blueberry Cobbler, Chocolate Caramel Pecan, and Vanilla Caramel. 

Review: G2G Protein Bars

These bars are top notch. Great flavors - true representations of the bar flavor names and the texture is very dense, thick, but soft and almost creamy. With those flavors and that texture...wowow. So good!

They get even better though. They're made with good-for-you ingredients. So good they recommend you to store them in the refrigerator do freshness. No artificial junk in these! That also means no bloating due to chemical ingredients (#winning).

For individual flavor reviews, keep on reading! For my flavor rankings, from best to less best (because these were ALL good), scroll to the very bottom of this post!