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Atkins Endulge 15x 30-35g Low Carb Bar $22.50 (Sub & Save $20.25) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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Atkins Endulge Caramel Nougat Bars | Keto Friendly Bars | 15 x 35g Low Carb Chocolate Bars | Low Carb, Low Sugar, High Fibre | 15 Bar Pack
Brand: Atkins
Low carb (1.1g), Low sugar (1.4g), High Fibre (7.9g), Great Taste!
This delicious treat bar combines creamy caramel with soft nougat covered in a thick layer of chocolate and all with only 1.4g of sugar!
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE. With tons of variety, you'll stay on a low carb track while enjoying your food. From meal components to shakes, bars, drinks, there's an Atkins product to fit your individual tastes, lifestyle needs, and nutrition goals.
The Atkins Diet and Lifestyle provides quick, effective, and balanced weight loss by limiting carbs and sugar to help the body burn fat for fuel and keep your energy steady.
KETO FRIENDLY. when used with Atkins ketogenic programs. Atkins products fit your low carb regime

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    anyone know if this is any good?

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      They are pathetic, too sweet, addictive, not keto friendly at all, bad for stomach. YMMV.

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        addictive?, not keto?

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          Not close to sensible keto - just look at the laundry list of ingredients, for starters.

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        does it mean they taste good or nah and do they kick you out of ketosis?

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          They taste good, smaller than normal chocolate bars, are still expensive on sale, and can cause diarrhea. For years people on Atkins forums have continuously warned people away from eating Atkins bars because just one can kick some people out of ketosis. The greater risk though is it's a return to 'old patterns', basically replacing one type of chocolate bar for another, which flips some 'switch' and suddenly where you had plenty of will power you now need immense resolve to stop at just one.

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        I've always wondered how companies are able to claim their products are keto with so much maltitol. Surely it's false advertising.

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          Well, "keto" doesn't have a (legally) defined meaning, so yeah, they can call anything keto, really.

          It's like the studies that test a "low-carb" diet where they have 150g (or more) or carbs a day, and defend it on the basis that people average 300g a day generally. It's stupid but that's the way it is.

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    Taste good, I had never problems with my stomach, good price!