Nakd Peanut delight @ Amazon - £9.05 S&S for 18!! Or One-Time Purchase: £9.54 Prime / £14.29 non-Prime
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Nakd Peanut delight @ Amazon - £9.05 S&S for 18!! Or One-Time Purchase: £9.54 Prime / £14.29 non-Prime

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Found 7th Feb
Love these bars! Been trying various types for months with my weight loss plan. Peanut is by far my fav!
Had to share!
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40% sugar bars probably not the best for a wight loss plan to be honest
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Nice price - great first deal!

Thanks for sharing and welcome to the community
Just ordered thanks
Ordered, thanks.
Single bars are 2 for £1 in Asda, or the 3 pack is £1.50
50p each in Sains if that helps anyone. THeres also a shopmium offer, buy 3 get 60% off.
Decent price but can often be had for 50p as others have said.

coconut ones are a little cheaper
Edited by: "exit_music" 7th Feb
5 for £2 in tesco. Cocoa Coconut is cheaper on amazon £9 for the 18, Isn't bad if you want them delivered with prime
These things are full of sugar. Bet they're well nice.
40% sugar bars probably not the best for a wight loss plan to be honest
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SpaceChip7 h, 29 m ago

40% sugar bars probably not the best for a wight loss plan to be honest


It's a fruit bar. Bit like saying I'll avoid fruit on a diet as it's too high in sugar. Noone would do that, would they. It's added sugar you want to avoid. Look out for the total amount of sugar you eat in a day and avoid things like sugary drinks and adding sugar to cups of tea or jam to porridge, that sort of thing with added sugar.

It's the 'ultra processed refined foods' that have no inherent nutritional value and are turning this country obese you want to look out for like eg Mr Kipling, Cadbury's, Crisps, Kelloggs cereals, Haribo...
theguardian.com/sci…ses
Edited by: "Murtin" 8th Feb
145k Per bar is not good for dieting
Murtin15 h, 19 m ago

It's a fruit bar. Bit like saying I'll avoid fruit on a diet as it's too …It's a fruit bar. Bit like saying I'll avoid fruit on a diet as it's too high in sugar. Noone would do that, would they. It's added sugar you want to avoid. Look out for the total amount of sugar you eat in a day and avoid things like sugary drinks and adding sugar to cups of tea or jam to porridge, that sort of thing with added sugar.It's the 'ultra processed refined foods' that have no inherent nutritional value and are turning this country obese you want to look out for like eg Mr Kipling, Cadbury's, Crisps, Kelloggs cereals, Haribo...https://www.theguardian.com/science/2018/feb/02/ultra-processed-products-now-half-of-all-uk-family-food-purchases


It makes sense. Thanks
Murtin8th Feb

It's a fruit bar. Bit like saying I'll avoid fruit on a diet as it's too …It's a fruit bar. Bit like saying I'll avoid fruit on a diet as it's too high in sugar. Noone would do that, would they. It's added sugar you want to avoid. Look out for the total amount of sugar you eat in a day and avoid things like sugary drinks and adding sugar to cups of tea or jam to porridge, that sort of thing with added sugar.It's the 'ultra processed refined foods' that have no inherent nutritional value and are turning this country obese you want to look out for like eg Mr Kipling, Cadbury's, Crisps, Kelloggs cereals, Haribo...https://www.theguardian.com/science/2018/feb/02/ultra-processed-products-now-half-of-all-uk-family-food-purchases



To be fair part of the problem is that people think they can eat processed "fruit bars" like this as part of their 5 a day... The "fruit" in bars like this is certainly not on par with fresh fruit. This bar is pretty much peanuts and dried prunes, neither are a good food for weight loss diets, though they do have their health merits compared to other snack foods.
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