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Tribe Choc Brownie Vegan Protein Bars 50g - 45p at Home Bargains
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Tribe Choc Brownie Vegan Protein Bars 50g - 45p at Home Bargains

£0.45£1.4970%Home Bargains Deals
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Posted 8th JunAvailable: West Midlands (Shropshire)
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Cheapest price I’ve seen for Tribe bars.
Found in Shrewsbury home bargains, not sure if nation wide.

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Everything fom tribe tastes like comressed sand. Ugh,
Per 50g bar:

Energy (kJ)958
Energy (kcal) 230
Fat14g
Of which saturates 2.7g
Carbohydrate 13g
Of which sugars 8.6g
Fibre 7.4g
Protein 10g
Salt 0.21g
Had a selection as a freebie a while back. Virtually inedible but good price if this is your thing.
Edited by: "Pinkgymbunny" 8th Jun
Pinkgymbunny08/06/2020 14:38

Had a selection as a freebie a while back. Virtually inedible but good …Had a selection as a freebie a while back. Virtually inedible but good price if this is your thing.


I had the same experience with Huel.
nice-new08/06/2020 13:39

Per 50g bar:Energy (kJ)958Energy (kcal) 230Fat14gOf which saturates …Per 50g bar:Energy (kJ)958Energy (kcal) 230Fat14gOf which saturates 2.7gCarbohydrate 13gOf which sugars 8.6gFibre 7.4gProtein 10gSalt 0.21g


Lots of sugar and fat and just 10g protein. Not really healthy.
marcin208408/06/2020 19:05

Lots of sugar and fat and just 10g protein. Not really healthy.


No indeed. But I guess if you want to snack on a sweet treat, it is better to eat that than a snickers or a Mars bar which have half the protein and more than double the sugar.
nice-new08/06/2020 19:57

No indeed. But I guess if you want to snack on a sweet treat, it is better …No indeed. But I guess if you want to snack on a sweet treat, it is better to eat that than a snickers or a Mars bar which have half the protein and more than double the sugar.


My personal preference for snacking is a Clif bar.
bozo00708/06/2020 20:13

My personal preference for snacking is a Clif bar.


You might be interested in this if you ignore BB date.
14g of fat!!! This is awful! it’s cheap but cheap for a reason
pree3308/06/2020 21:59

14g of fat!!! This is awful! it’s cheap but cheap for a reason


Half the fat of a sneakers though.
And if you check the ingredients it’s not too bad:
wearetribe.co/bar…ars
The fat comes from cashew, cocoa, etc...
They even used coconut sugar.
bozo00708/06/2020 20:13

My personal preference for snacking is a Clif bar.


Before I moved to a keto diet I was having brownies (75g) from “my protein” because they only contain 4g of sugar for 23g of protein.
They don’t really taste great but still convenient.
nice-new09/06/2020 00:20

Half the fat of a sneakers though.And if you check the ingredients it’s n …Half the fat of a sneakers though.And if you check the ingredients it’s not too bad:https://wearetribe.co/bars/choc-brownie-protein-barsThe fat comes from cashew, cocoa, etc...They even used coconut sugar.


This bar is 20% of your daily fat based on 2000 calories per day and Snickers is 35%. Both bad in my opinion there are plenty of alternatives to give you a protein boost without this much fat. PhD smart flapjacks have 19g protein and 8g for 97p (I know it’s more expensive but for the nutritional conscious it’s better)

70g of fat per day will be taken up just by eating healthy non-processed food its very easy to go over. This deal is still a deal for those that don’t care about fat though
nice-new09/06/2020 00:27

Before I moved to a keto diet I was having brownies (75g) from “my p …Before I moved to a keto diet I was having brownies (75g) from “my protein” because they only contain 4g of sugar for 23g of protein. They don’t really taste great but still convenient.


I avoid anything that has milk - makes me gassy, or worse sometimes, due to the A1 protein.
pree3309/06/2020 07:34

This bar is 20% of your daily fat based on 2000 calories per day and …This bar is 20% of your daily fat based on 2000 calories per day and Snickers is 35%. Both bad in my opinion there are plenty of alternatives to give you a protein boost without this much fat. PhD smart flapjacks have 19g protein and 8g for 97p (I know it’s more expensive but for the nutritional conscious it’s better) 70g of fat per day will be taken up just by eating healthy non-processed food its very easy to go over. This deal is still a deal for those that don’t care about fat though



70% of my daily calories intake are from fat with a lots greens. I have lost 11kg (24.2lb) in the last 3 months because of that type of diet. (Keto)
I eat halloumi cheese, prosciutto, mozzarella, avocado, blue cheese, etc...
Replace all of them by sweet things, I would have not lost any weight.
Sugar is the real enemy.
Edited by: "nice-new" 9th Jun
nice-new09/06/2020 14:35

70% of my daily calories intake are from fat with a lots greens. I have …70% of my daily calories intake are from fat with a lots greens. I have lost 11kg (24.2lb) in the last 3 months because of that type of diet. (Keto)I eat halloumi cheese, prosciutto, mozzarella, avocado, blue cheese, etc...Replace all of them by sweet things, I would have not lost any weight.Sugar is the real enemy.


Well done and of course if you are following a specific diet and stick to it you will have impressive losses. There are plenty of diets that do similar things e.g. those that cut out sugar or carbs or fat etc. Safest way is to calorie count and have a stepwise reduction in your intake overall to give lasting weight loss. The aim is not quick weight loss but for a sustained lifestyle and dietary change for the long term. This is what the ‘average’ person should be striving for opposed to those who are aiming for <10% body fat quickly for beach season, bulking and cutting and the likes. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion but research shows dieting is effectively calorie reduction but focusing on a single group of nutrients. Why not just eat healthily in smaller portions? A good way to check what your body needs it to calculate its basal metabolic rate (BMR) which accounts for exercise, occupation and BMI/age.
And no soy which is good. Any more soy and I would be working in a bar in Thailand.
always_hungry09/06/2020 19:26

And no soy which is good. Any more soy and I would be working in a bar in …And no soy which is good. Any more soy and I would be working in a bar in Thailand.


Yes, it’s better to leave it for soy boys.
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