It was damned hard to find something that fits in with my training program. (You see, it's a "training program" because "diets" are for girls. And I'm an ex-jock, so I still think in terms like that. Besides, "strength and conditioning" sounds far more mantastic even if both are just diet and exercise either way.)
Best I could find were some donut sticks. Mostly bready, and one of the few things that wasn't a candy bar. And it looked a helluva lot
I think that sort of thing should be illegal somehow. It's wrongly deceptive. Though the worst I saw so far was a chocolate-covered frozen banana at the grocery store. Every other word was "nutritious", "healthy", "natural", or whatever else. And though it'd still be a cheat, I thought at least it'd be somewhat healthy. Till I saw the 500 or so calories, tons of fat, and damn near everything else that could possibly be wrong with it. Just for grins, I compared that to the biggest, most king-sized candy bar I could find at the checkout line and found that the candy bar was actually much more nutritious than that "frozen healthy snack".
Ugh. Is it too much to ask for a little truth in advertising?