Short Dated NAKD Banana Crunch 36 Bars for £8 (about 22p each) @ Natural Balance foods with code
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Short Dated NAKD Banana Crunch 36 Bars for £8 (about 22p each) @ Natural Balance foods with code

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Found 25th May 2014
I'm pretty sure they would still be edible after the date.

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Use code 'SHOW14' to get this price , thanks to - chris2087

****SPECIAL SHORT DATED STOCK OFFER***

Stock up on our yummy Nakd Banana Crunch bars with this great offer! Don't worry these bars still have the same great taste as our regular Banana Crunch bars, they just have a shorter Best Before End date (BBE), than we would normally sell our bars here on our website and have been returned from a supermarket. With a BBE date of 17.06.14 and 24.06.14, there's still some time to enjoy these yummy bars. The box deal contains 36 x 35g bars for the special price of £10 - that's only 28p per bar . . . BARGAIN!

Use code 'SHOW14' for an extra 20%
- chris2087

39 Comments

I wouldn't have these again even if they paid me 28p per bar, I think they taste awful.

I had orange one, it's healthy but not my typa taste

they would be fine but for the soya crunchy bits in them ....ewwww

Looking at the comments sounds like there's a reason why they haven't got rid of them. Shame the Cocoa Delight nákd bars are lovely.

Use code 'SHOW14' for an extra 20% off these = £8 for 36

cashew and gingerbread ones are fab too ....the strawberry ones have the disgusting soya bits in too and were reduced to clear in a Tescos near me a while back

cashew and gingerbread ones are fab too ....the strawberry ones have the disgusting soya bits in too and were reduced to clear in a Tescos near me a while back

I think people are missing the point. These are supposed to be a healthy snack. So the soya bits are there for added protein.
If you want to eat something purely for pleasure, rather than nutrition, then you'll want some brightly coloured pureed sugar from Tescos..
Anyway, I like them.. to each their own, taste is subjective.

NitrousUK

I think people are missing the point. These are supposed to be a healthy … I think people are missing the point. These are supposed to be a healthy snack. So the soya bits are there for added protein.If you want to eat something purely for pleasure, rather than nutrition, then you'll want some brightly coloured pureed sugar from Tescos..Anyway, I like them.. to each their own, taste is subjective.



You've made me facepalm.

these taste like donkey sh1te

43% Sugar

Heat for the price though...
Edited by: "frownbreaker" 28th May 2014

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* contains only the naturally occurring, unrefined sugars found within fruit. Nothing is added or refined

Personally love these but know others who think they are repulsive, they are a very distinct/different flavour!

I've had not a single "banana flavour" product in last 30 years that would be actually tasty. That might explain why nobody bought these. Not to mention alternative of.. you know.. having a banana, which would be cheaper AND healthier.. Who the hell falls for these?

NitrousUK

I think people are missing the point. These are supposed to be a healthy … I think people are missing the point. These are supposed to be a healthy snack. So the soya bits are there for added protein.If you want to eat something purely for pleasure, rather than nutrition, then you'll want some brightly coloured pureed sugar from Tescos..Anyway, I like them.. to each their own, taste is subjective.




To be honest, I am indeed missing the point of buying banana flavoured bar with 23% banana in it while I could buy a 100% banana for half of that price.

soya is not healthy per se and it defeats the point of a raw food bar

Heat!

BenderRodriguez

To be honest, I am indeed missing the point of buying banana flavoured … To be honest, I am indeed missing the point of buying banana flavoured bar with 23% banana in it while I could buy a 100% banana for half of that price.


You should post a deal for bananas

They do contain good carbs that are needed (in my case)

Thanks OP, bought some.

Heat.

Thanks, ordered 2 lots. 4 children and a hubby who loves nakd bars means they won't last long

I can confirm these bars are pretty unpleasant. They look like dried out poo.

frownbreaker

43% Sugar Heat for the price though...



So does fruit, but you don't see people complaining that fruit is too sugary.

These sound really nice, and a good price, but people seem to have an issue with the crunchy soya bits. Will have to try one and then see if I want to buy. I think nakd bars are an excellent idea.

thought these were on offer at poundworld 4 for a £1 and good dates & you dont have to buy quantity

hotukdeals.com/dea…597

Edited by: "laserdisc" 28th May 2014

siqass

You should post a deal for bananasThey do contain good carbs that are … You should post a deal for bananasThey do contain good carbs that are needed (in my case)




Somehow we have more and more of those "healthy snacks" while obesity rate continues to climb up year after year. I don't think carbs contents of a banana is to blame here.

I shall go on a quest for banana deals then, stay tuned folks!

Bananas. Cheaper.

nak'd vomit bars Mmmmmmm

Worth a try for a 'ahh I'm late' breakfast snack.

Thanks for sharing.

Some people are saying "Why not buy a banana?". Well I found some reasons:

* They bruise easily when carried around (unless you wanna put it in a box)
* They're bulky
* They go bad in days, or hours if open
* They're one fruit, not a mix of fruit/nuts like these bars (which is better for 5 a day)

The selling point of this food is it's healthy (all fruit/nut/soya (yes, soya is healthy, don't even start), and very convenient.

I'm going to use these an alternative to crisps, which I eat far too much of.

BenderRodriguez

Somehow we have more and more of those "healthy snacks" while obesity … Somehow we have more and more of those "healthy snacks" while obesity rate continues to climb up year after year. I don't think carbs contents of a banana is to blame here. ;)I shall go on a quest for banana deals then, stay tuned folks!



I think the trouble is no one's eating these healthy snacks. Just look at the comments, "ew its got bits" "ew, its not brightly coloured". I don't think it's any wonder we're the fattest country in Europe.

voted hot for price alone. but I have sampled all the Nakd range of bars and they taste good IMO. Ordered as helps me beat Easter Egg bulge.

They taste not as good as junk food cos they sort of natural

popty

voted hot for price alone. but I have sampled all the Nakd range of bars … voted hot for price alone. but I have sampled all the Nakd range of bars and they taste good IMO. Ordered as helps me beat Easter Egg bulge.



Well...maybe, depends what you are going to stop eating instead.

These are just over 100 calories. Same as a bag of Walkers crisps. So swapping one for one won't do anything weight wise.

The main benefit is that they aren't empty calories like chocolate or crisps because they actually contain good things. But I can't imagine they do anything for weight loss.
Edited by: "dean_brfc" 28th May 2014

these taste like donkey sh1te


Now come on, when did you try donkey ****? (_;)

They do sound pretty disgusting, though!

dean_brfc

Well...maybe, depends what you are going to stop eating instead.These are … Well...maybe, depends what you are going to stop eating instead.These are just over 100 calories. Same as a bag of Walkers crisps. So swapping one for one won't do anything weight wise.The main benefit is that they aren't empty calories like chocolate or crisps because they actually contain good things. But I can't imagine they do anything for weight loss.



It's more complicated than just X calories. Glycemic Index will play a role. 100 calories of oatmeal will have much less impact on your body than 100 calories of glucose. Your blood sugar would spike, pushing your body into conserving the excess energy as fat. Where as something low GI like oatmeal, will gradually release the energy as you use it up going about your day.

look good to me - thanks OP

Since these are short dated they should be re-branded as "kNAcKereD"

NitrousUK

It's more complicated than just X calories. Glycemic Index will play a … It's more complicated than just X calories. Glycemic Index will play a role. 100 calories of oatmeal will have much less impact on your body than 100 calories of glucose. Your blood sugar would spike, pushing your body into conserving the excess energy as fat. Where as something low GI like oatmeal, will gradually release the energy as you use it up going about your day.



Must admit I haven't read a whole lot about it, but I thought GI was a problem because it means you're likely to eat more if you've had high GI food?

If you have high GI food for breakfast you'll probably be hungry before lunchtime and tempted to snack, whereas low GI food keeps you going longer.

But if you eat 2000 calories a day and burn 1800 you'll gain weight, no matter where the calories come from?

dean_brfc

Must admit I haven't read a whole lot about it, but I thought GI was a … Must admit I haven't read a whole lot about it, but I thought GI was a problem because it means you're likely to eat more if you've had high GI food?If you have high GI food for breakfast you'll probably be hungry before lunchtime and tempted to snack, whereas low GI food keeps you going longer.But if you eat 2000 calories a day and burn 1800 you'll gain weight, no matter where the calories come from?



The sugar crash is the other bad thing about high GI, but I didn't mention it because it doesn't affect all people, some people can tolerate it fine. But some people can't tolerate it well at all, Postprandial Reactive Hypoglycemia for example, and can experience what's called Somogyi rebound.

This is correct, low GI keeps the energy release gradual and sustained, rather than a sudden spike.

Normally if in calories is greater than out, then you would gain weight, but it's a bit complicated. Some people can eat more calories than they burn, but not put on weight. Part of it depends on the state/mode the body is in, such as insulin levels which promotes fat storage. To cover all possible triggers of fat storage, calorie restriction should really be combined with a healthy diet (low GI, or rather low Glycemic Load, which factors in portion size). High GI foods could trigger rushes of energy, fat storage, then a crash and fatigue, and then be harder to burn calories when you're tired.

NitrousUK

The sugar crash is the other bad thing about high GI, but I didn't … The sugar crash is the other bad thing about high GI, but I didn't mention it because it doesn't affect all people, some people can tolerate it fine. But some people can't tolerate it well at all, Postprandial Reactive Hypoglycemia for example, and can experience what's called Somogyi rebound.This is correct, low GI keeps the energy release gradual and sustained, rather than a sudden spike.Normally if in calories is greater than out, then you would gain weight, but it's a bit complicated. Some people can eat more calories than they burn, but not put on weight. Part of it depends on the state/mode the body is in, such as insulin levels which promotes fat storage. To cover all possible triggers of fat storage, calorie restriction should really be combined with a healthy diet (low GI, or rather low Glycemic Load, which factors in portion size). High GI foods could trigger rushes of energy, fat storage, then a crash and fatigue, and then be harder to burn calories when you're tired.



Good stuff that, thanks.
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