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Denziloshamen21/07/2019 19:50

These had a really weird solid texture and found these hard to consume …These had a really weird solid texture and found these hard to consume before or during a long run. I’m sure their effect is the same as any of these bars, I just didn’t like the texture compared to Tribe bars.


Would you not be better have a carbohydrate based food to fuel a run? Protein post run to help muscle repair I understand.
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yip good price
Cracking pice!!
Ima just wait for the people who kick off about them to comment
Shame its shut now!(lol)
Worth noting one in Telford has price tickets for birthday cake flavour but no stock
Can confirm in Ipswich too as got them couple weeks ago
Norwich are out of stock
Why are these so good? What's protein to sugar ratio?
These had a really weird solid texture and found these hard to consume before or during a long run. I’m sure their effect is the same as any of these bars, I just didn’t like the texture compared to Tribe bars.
MrRobot_21/07/2019 19:17

Why are these so good? What's protein to sugar ratio?


lots of both
i started getting into eating protein bars and protein drinks but lost the place with them paying a premium for protein that could be gotten much more reasonably in normal dietary ways

you cant forget these are still highly processed foods much better for you to eat organically instead of putting this crap in your body
ijwia21/07/2019 20:50

i started getting into eating protein bars and protein drinks but lost the …i started getting into eating protein bars and protein drinks but lost the place with them paying a premium for protein that could be gotten much more reasonably in normal dietary waysyou cant forget these are still highly processed foods much better for you to eat organically instead of putting this crap in your body


Oh god, here they start.


You do understand these are used as an alternative to a normal chocolate bar? The 250 odd calories come in handy when having 3000 daily.

Also protein powder is really inexpensive and a any decent powder is still a full spectrum protein. Like if your needing a high quantity of protein then food alone can be difficult e.g. 250g
Edited by: "Jordan_Taylor" 21st Jul
When looking at the carb content of these don't be alarmed. They appear to be anything but carb killers, but you have to subtract the 'of which polyols' from the total.
Denziloshamen21/07/2019 19:50

These had a really weird solid texture and found these hard to consume …These had a really weird solid texture and found these hard to consume before or during a long run. I’m sure their effect is the same as any of these bars, I just didn’t like the texture compared to Tribe bars.


Would you not be better have a carbohydrate based food to fuel a run? Protein post run to help muscle repair I understand.
Getting enough clean calories in your body per day over 5/6/7 meals is not easy. If a protein bar is going to help me reach the goal then so be it. Maintaining a high calorie clean diet can be hard at times this is suitable alternative to help people reach their goals. On the other hand its a much healthier choice than grabbing a chocolate bar.
Caramel chaos is king
Jordan_Taylor21/07/2019 21:13

Oh god, here they start.You do understand these are used as an alternative …Oh god, here they start.You do understand these are used as an alternative to a normal chocolate bar? The 250 odd calories come in handy when having 3000 daily.Also protein powder is really inexpensive and a any decent powder is still a full spectrum protein. Like if your needing a high quantity of protein then food alone can be difficult e.g. 250g



im not trying to lecture anyone im just saying i went through a fad of using these and the drinks and they dont satisfy you with the feeling of a chocolate bar and they are full of chemical processed crap, there are cheaper healthier products

maybe this one is better though
SteHuz9021/07/2019 21:25

Getting enough clean calories in your body per day over 5/6/7 meals is not …Getting enough clean calories in your body per day over 5/6/7 meals is not easy. If a protein bar is going to help me reach the goal then so be it. Maintaining a high calorie clean diet can be hard at times this is suitable alternative to help people reach their goals. On the other hand its a much healthier choice than grabbing a chocolate bar.


Preach
Sorry I'm going to have vote cold, these are 99p in Quality Save / Home Bargins
jasmith8522/07/2019 07:53

Sorry I'm going to have vote cold, these are 99p in Quality Save / Home …Sorry I'm going to have vote cold, these are 99p in Quality Save / Home Bargins


No they are not. Only one bar is sold there and that is the brownie with a lower protein content - 15g to the 20-21g of these bars.
N3ildb21/07/2019 21:24

Would you not be better have a carbohydrate based food to fuel a run? …Would you not be better have a carbohydrate based food to fuel a run? Protein post run to help muscle repair I understand.


Carb loading is a bit of a myth really, as long as you eat well you shouldn’t have to concentrate on it. It’s generally not needed for anything other than a half marathon or above. No matter how well you’ve loaded, pretty much all is depleted after 90 minutes of running. So not really needed for a 10k or less and if you’re really quick you should still be able to use your reserves on a half marathon. If you don’t stay fuelled during a long race, and before the 90 minute mark, you stand a chance of hitting the wall. I find any sort of bar will give me enough to keep me going so I don’t crash. I’m not very quick, so need to fuel during anything that’s 10 miles or above. This wasn’t pleasant to use for that though due to the texture.
Almost quarter of that is carbs, topped up with artificial sweeteners and tin of chemicals. Has nothing to do with carb killing or health. The only reason to eat these is if you are going to have some absolute sugar loaded chocolate bar and substitute it with that.
SteHuz9021/07/2019 21:25

Getting enough clean calories in your body per day over 5/6/7 meals is not …Getting enough clean calories in your body per day over 5/6/7 meals is not easy. If a protein bar is going to help me reach the goal then so be it. Maintaining a high calorie clean diet can be hard at times this is suitable alternative to help people reach their goals. On the other hand its a much healthier choice than grabbing a chocolate bar.



complete rubbish

why are you trying to eat 5/6/7 times a day that is not needed at all.

People have been so brainwashed with the whole need high calories must eat this or that it's false.

These are not healthier then a dark chocolate bar look at the rubbish in these you can't exclude the poly either which i know a lot of people do but again you cant especially when it using cheap nasty sweeteners like these do
morty25/07/2019 09:09

complete rubbishwhy are you trying to eat 5/6/7 times a day that is not …complete rubbishwhy are you trying to eat 5/6/7 times a day that is not needed at all.People have been so brainwashed with the whole need high calories must eat this or that it's false.These are not healthier then a dark chocolate bar look at the rubbish in these you can't exclude the poly either which i know a lot of people do but again you cant especially when it using cheap nasty sweeteners like these do


Thats not needed at all? I need well over 3000 calories a day for a calorie surplus, to maintain my muscle that I have already gained, to do a full days work, to complete a workout and to continue building muscle.
How do you suppose I get those calories in 3-4 meals? Please tell me as you obviously know more than anyone else on here?
morty25/07/2019 09:09

complete rubbishwhy are you trying to eat 5/6/7 times a day that is not …complete rubbishwhy are you trying to eat 5/6/7 times a day that is not needed at all.People have been so brainwashed with the whole need high calories must eat this or that it's false.These are not healthier then a dark chocolate bar look at the rubbish in these you can't exclude the poly either which i know a lot of people do but again you cant especially when it using cheap nasty sweeteners like these do


Mate I think you and the 2kb dumbells need to calm down slightly.

3000 calories split up over 5 or so meals is ideal for a good surplas that promotes protein synthesis, metabolic and anabolic activity, I have 3000 a day over 3 meals and a few snacks to help me train for my strength goals.
Jordan_Taylor25/07/2019 13:38

Mate I think you and the 2kb dumbells need to calm down slightly.3000 …Mate I think you and the 2kb dumbells need to calm down slightly.3000 calories split up over 5 or so meals is ideal for a good surplas that promotes protein synthesis, metabolic and anabolic activity, I have 3000 a day over 3 meals and a few snacks to help me train for my strength goals.




false these are old myths next you will be coming out with you need 300-400 grams of protein a day.

why do you need 3000 calories? because that is what people say calories numbers are a made up system yet bunch of people like to use the 3000 mark like that is the marker for every one wrong.

you can do high calorie meals easy bunch of eggs with the likes of rib eye steak will take you to over 1000 per meal so 3 of those 3000+ plus that is very healthy you are getting a lot of nutrition all you need protein and fat wise without any carb loading.
Edited by: "morty" 26th Jul
morty26/07/2019 20:51

false these are old myths next you will be coming out with you need …false these are old myths next you will be coming out with you need 300-400 grams of protein a day.why do you need 3000 calories? because that is what people say calories numbers are a made up system yet bunch of people like to use the 3000 mark like that is the marker for every one wrong.you can do high calorie meals easy bunch of eggs with the likes of rib eye steak will take you to over 1000 per meal so 3 of those 3000+ plus that is very healthy you are getting a lot of nutrition all you need protein and fat wise without any carb loading.


I guess you haven't had much hypertrophy in your life
Well the industry benchmark is 1gm of protein per pound of body weight? Oh wait, or are 99% of people wrong?
If his RMR is 2100 calories, he needs to sustain his muscle, needs energy to function, work/train and then surplus calories to grow, do you even know what an RMR is?
Three meals a day is not ideal, if possible six smaller ones are much more beneficial. I have no idea where your info is coming from but its massively outdated. You must be in great shape considering how much you know?
@morty think he's hushed up
N3ildb21/07/2019 21:24

Would you not be better have a carbohydrate based food to fuel a run? …Would you not be better have a carbohydrate based food to fuel a run? Protein post run to help muscle repair I understand.


Depends if they're on a keto diet. I can't see anyone else bothering with low carb bars for any other reason.
SteHuz9026/07/2019 21:01

Well the industry benchmark is 1gm of protein per pound of body weight? Oh …Well the industry benchmark is 1gm of protein per pound of body weight? Oh wait, or are 99% of people wrong? If his RMR is 2100 calories, he needs to sustain his muscle, needs energy to function, work/train and then surplus calories to grow, do you even know what an RMR is? Three meals a day is not ideal, if possible six smaller ones are much more beneficial. I have no idea where your info is coming from but its massively outdated. You must be in great shape considering how much you know?



May be the industry benchmark but doesn't make it correct which it is not.

learn how to read real science studies and you will then understand how a lot of these are wrongly done.

The other thing is each person is different so you can't just go by well a 9st man that is 6ft has to have minimum this amount of protein the same as say a 5ft 6 man who also is 9 stone is way more complex then that.

the whole men need 2100 calories as standard again is false it again goes by this one size fits all which is wrong, why can people eat reduced calories yet they maintain that shouldn't be possible by your way of thinking because it's false information.

To claim must have multi meals a day show you dont understand the science again and are using the old way of thinking which lot of bodybuilders used to live by and some still do. intermittent fasting look it up great tool which helps but by your knowledge o no can't do that it's bad must eat all throughout the day.

I have been training boxers for over 20 years and in the old days we all thought like you do not in the modern day sports science has shown it's not the best ways.

you are carb loading i take it which is why you think you need all these meals which yes if you are eating high carb diet it may well be required this shows again eating wrong no need for all those carbs.

now on to your claim you would lose muscle that is again a myth it takes some to be losing muscle and shows you have other health issues if you are dropping muscle just because you didn't hit the 3000+ calories.

If you was an athlete yes you would need high calories but you are not just average person who works like most of us and does some gym work.

Now back to what this thread is suppose to be about which is these bars as i said why bother they are just like candy bars the protein in these which is what claimed to be 20g you wont ever get that out of one of these anyway again look at the science evidnece shows proper animal protein is what you want not these processed rubbish loaded with all the bad ingredients.
SniperViper27/07/2019 15:29

Depends if they're on a keto diet. I can't see anyone else bothering with …Depends if they're on a keto diet. I can't see anyone else bothering with low carb bars for any other reason.




Well if you are on the likes of keto you should not be touching this stuff anyway too high carb still and i know people will say but it's polys doesn't matter they still count also look at all the rubbish in these defeats purpose of doing likes of keto if you are consuming this garbage that will still be spiking insulin.
morty28/07/2019 11:51

Well if you are on the likes of keto you should not be touching this stuff …Well if you are on the likes of keto you should not be touching this stuff anyway too high carb still and i know people will say but it's polys doesn't matter they still count also look at all the rubbish in these defeats purpose of doing likes of keto if you are consuming this garbage that will still be spiking insulin.


Not that I eat this crap. But it's 13.5g of carbs per bar, 6.7g of fibre. Meaning net carbs is 13.5 - 6.7 = 6.8g net carbs

Someone can stay in keto effectively between 20g and 35g of carbs per day, some even higher.

When I was in keto, I made a banana and blueberry smoothy every morning, and never went below 10 millimolars ketones.

So I'm afraid it would be fine to have one of these on a keto diet, but I agree it's not exactly healthy to put this crap in your body.
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