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£1 for 8 baars seems ok.... They are generally about £1.50 - £1.99, and I love these.
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xeroc#1
Voted cold due to the health implications of this product.


Edited By: xeroc on Jul 27, 2012 09:37
nigelbutler#2
Heat! Just ran out since last deal. Nice post. Good work
Tones#3
xeroc
Voted cold due to the health implications of this product.


What are the health implications of this product?
swissrebel#4
Not voting cold 'because of the health implications' but christ these things are unhealthy.
Tones#5
Are they really that bad? Would have thought these were ok, better than chocolate bars anyway. Am I wrong?
xeroc#6
Tones
xeroc
Voted cold due to the health implications of this product.


What are the health implications of this product?

There are many. But I'm afraid you would probably need to achieve a degree of at least Masters level in Nutrition or similar equivalent before you would understand the complexities that I would otherwise be unveiling.
kaidee 1 Like #7
Please do share for those of us who have reached the enlightened state of possessing a Masters level qualification in nutrition
v5535#8
kaidee
Please do share for those of us who have reached the enlightened state of possessing a Masters level qualification in nutrition
Concurred.
Azztec#9
maybe it is high in sugar and additives? for us non enlightened ones?
xeroc 1 Like #10
kaidee
Please do share for those of us who have reached the enlightened state of possessing a Masters level qualification in nutrition


I would be only too happy to agree to your request, on the condition that you can provide proof that you have indeed achieved such a qualification. I only ask this due to the fact that I would not wish for your otherwise small brain-power to cause your mind to implode upon itself, causing immediate death. It is, as they say, for your own good.
MeteorMan#11
I'll Ignoring some of the above posturing. I don't like the fact that these kinds of products masquerade themselves as healthy, given the oats and nuts, yet are as bad as regular chocolate bars.
scw1668#12
xeroc
Voted cold due to the health implications of this product.


You need to think before you speak, voting cold just because something isn't healthy? I take it you don't drink alcohol, fizzy drinks, smoke or eat confectionery and junk food of any sort? As none of that is healthy...

Great deal, love this stuff!!
kaidee#13
xeroc
kaidee
Please do share for those of us who have reached the enlightened state of possessing a Masters level qualification in nutrition


I would be only too happy to agree to your request, on the condition that you can provide proof that you have indeed achieved such a qualification. I only ask this due to the fact that I would not wish for your otherwise small brain-power to cause your mind to implode upon itself, causing immediate death. It is, as they say, for your own good.

Unfortunately I am still waiting to receive my certificate and transcript. I transferred £10,000 to the Nigerian bank account that I was told to but have not heard anything back yet, it's only been 1 month though.
matt_james27#14
can't be that bad, taken from sainsburys site:

A 26g BAR CONTAINS... Calories 125 6.3%, Sugars 7.9g 8.8%, Fat 6.1g 8.7%, Saturates 2.9g 14.5%, Salt 0.10g 1.7%... OF YOUR GUIDELINE DAILY AMOUNT.

Contains wholegrain.
Source of fibre.


anyway thanks OP got some today also saw the price label for strawberry ones reduced from £1.99 to 10p but none left at Beckton!!!
xeroc#15
scw1668
xeroc
Voted cold due to the health implications of this product.


You need to think before you speak, voting cold just because something isn't healthy? I take it you don't drink alcohol, fizzy drinks, smoke or eat confectionery and junk food of any sort? As none of that is healthy...

Great deal, love this stuff!!

YES. Finally got somebody to bite.


kaidee
xeroc
kaidee
Please do share for those of us who have reached the enlightened state of possessing a Masters level qualification in nutrition


I would be only too happy to agree to your request, on the condition that you can provide proof that you have indeed achieved such a qualification. I only ask this due to the fact that I would not wish for your otherwise small brain-power to cause your mind to implode upon itself, causing immediate death. It is, as they say, for your own good.

Unfortunately I am still waiting to receive my certificate and transcript. I transferred £10,000 to the Nigerian bank account that I was told to but have not heard anything back yet, it's only been 1 month though.

Oh dear. Never trust the Nigerians.

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