GRENADE Carb Killa Launch Special - ANY TWO BOXES £35 !! INCLUDING NEW CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE DOUGH FLAVOUR W/FREE DELIVERY
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GRENADE Carb Killa Launch Special - ANY TWO BOXES £35 !! INCLUDING NEW CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE DOUGH FLAVOUR W/FREE DELIVERY

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Found 6th Aug 2017
Best tasting protein bars by far (and good macros) - cheapest i've seen them anywhere - includes all flavours and free delivery!
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Thanks, cheapest I've seen these bars for a while. Free Carb Killa shake with every order worth £2.50 plus create an account for loyalty points £10 = 100 point which £1 spend. Used £3 off another order for bars.
Edited by: "groundshaker123" 6th Aug 2017
Good deal, cheers! Great tasting bars, not too chewy or heavy either
For the uneducated would this be aimed at people losing weight or gaining weight?!
g8spur48 m ago

For the uneducated would this be aimed at people losing weight or gaining …For the uneducated would this be aimed at people losing weight or gaining weight?!



Yes.

If aiming to lose weight then the reduced (refined) sugar & (cocoa) fat content will help if eaten as a snack on a calorie-controlled diet.

They could also be used to gain lean muscle mass for somebody looking for protein-based supplements between meals.

Please note:

Some bars contain gelatine; so not strict-vegetarian/vegan-friendly.

All contain milk/lactose with varying quantities of calcium caseinate, milk protein isolate, whey protein isolate, whole milk
powder, soy protein, skimmed milk powder, & soy lecithin.

Some bars contain maltitol.

Usual warnings about wheat, gluten, egg, (pea)nuts, & sesame seeds.
Just ordered. Took a chance as I have no idea if these are any good or taste ok. But at £1.40 per bar (and shake) they're reasonably priced.
paypeanuts42 m ago

Just ordered. Took a chance as I have no idea if these are any good or …Just ordered. Took a chance as I have no idea if these are any good or taste ok. But at £1.40 per bar (and shake) they're reasonably priced.




Buying just one (or two, of differing varieties) first, before committing to a £35.00 spend, would be my recommendation.
Edited by: "fanpages" 6th Aug 2017
Highly recommend these bars. Best protein bars I've tasted and nutritionally well balanced
fanpages1 h, 5 m ago

Buying just one (or two, of differing varieties) first, before committing …Buying just one (or two, of differing varieties) first, before committing to a £35.00 spend, would be my recommendation.

What can I say - I'm an impulse buyer! I'm guessing I'm in good company on HotUKDeals!
These will get eaten even if they taste like sawdust! They'll make for good mid-morning or mid-afternoon snacks as part of a high protein diet to support my weight training.
Can someone explain in layman's terms what polyols are? They don't sound particularly natural.
Polyols are sugar alcohols created in labs. Being used increasingly in food production as they are very low calorie due to the body not absorbing the actual calorie content. Basically it passes thru you heh. But it sweetens things its added to.

These are pretty damn tasty especially the older flavours and great macros. The newer ones like banana armour (chemical taste) and peanut nutter (peanut was far too weak) arent as good.
paypeanuts2 h, 5 m ago

Can someone explain in layman's terms what polyols are? They don't sound …Can someone explain in layman's terms what polyols are? They don't sound particularly natural.



Polyols are a sugar alternative. They are carbs but have much less of an impact on your blood sugar levels. For most people they will not be absorbed the same way as sugar (although be warned this reaction varies for every individual, some people react to polyols in exactly the same way they do with refined sugar). For most people however these polyols will go right through you! literally! This is actually a good thing as it means your body is reacting the right way rather than converting them to glucose. There are loads of different polyols too which all behave slightly differently.

These bars are really designed for people on a KETO diet, hence the name "Carb Killa". Google Keto diet. Its very effective, but it is all or nothing, there is no point in simply reducing the amount of carbs you eat, you have to maintain a ketogenic state. Most food designed for a Keto diet are high in saturated fat, like these bars, so unless you are on a proper keto diet you won't get any weight loss benefits from them. Most products will also list the amount of "impact carbs" which is essentially how much carbs your body is actually digesting. People on a keto often buy these strips that you pee on to check your body has gone into a ketogenic state, they are cheap but worth it as like I said not doing the diet properly is only going to make you fat and moody!

If you are on a Keto diet you are extremely restricted by how much carbs you can eat, so trust me these things are an absolute godsend, they taste like heaven! If you're not I guess they are better than eating a Mars bar, but watch out for that saturated fat.
Best protein bars on the market, great price too
clairelou446 h, 0 m ago

Best protein bars on the market, great price too



What is your criteria for "best"? Is that just based on taste?

Even the protein content is not 'great'; 22-24g per 60g bar (i.e. 36-40%).
paypeanuts6th Aug

Just ordered. Took a chance as I have no idea if these are any good or …Just ordered. Took a chance as I have no idea if these are any good or taste ok. But at £1.40 per bar (and shake) they're reasonably priced.



Let us know what you think!
fanpages6th Aug

Yes.If aiming to lose weight then the reduced (refined) sugar & (cocoa) …Yes.If aiming to lose weight then the reduced (refined) sugar & (cocoa) fat content will help if eaten as a snack on a calorie-controlled diet.They could also be used to gain lean muscle mass for somebody looking for protein-based supplements between meals.Please note:Some bars contain gelatine; so not strict-vegetarian/vegan-friendly.All contain milk/lactose with varying quantities of calcium caseinate, milk protein isolate, whey protein isolate, whole milk powder, soy protein, skimmed milk powder, & soy lecithin.Some bars contain maltitol.Usual warnings about wheat, gluten, egg, (pea)nuts, & sesame seeds.

Probably the most helpful post I've ever seen on HUKD. Well done, far to often people are rude or just don't explain something properly.
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