Chewy Peanut Butter Protein Bars for Your Post-Bariatric Diet Plan
Staying on your post-bariatric diet can get a little difficult because of the meal options. This is why we have crafted protein bars that are both delicious and healthy, so that you can stick to your diet and lose weight. Enjoy the near-addictive taste of peanut butter, while supplying your body with the vital protein and minerals that it needs.
Each bar is a tasty package of 15 grams of protein and is only 160 calories. Use the bar as a snack or as a meal replacement in your post-bariatric diet plan. Eating our protein bars, which come in a wide variety of flavors, is a delicious way to maintain a healthy lifestyle. While other snacks are overloaded with calories and other additives that you don’t need, NYBG’s protein bars aim to give you a delightful way to stay on track with your diet plan. Our Chewy Peanut Protein Bars will help to satisfy your cravings, and will deliver the crucial nutrients that your body will need after your bariatric surgery.
Serving Size-1 Bar Servings Per Container-7
Calories-170 Calories from Fat-67 Total Fat-7.5g Sat. Fat-3g Trans Fat-0g Cholesterol-5mg Sodium-95mg Total Carbohydrate-12g Dietary Fiber-<1g Sugars-6g Protein-15g Vitamin A-6% Calcium-6% Vitamin C-4% Iron-10%
Ingredients: chocolate coating (sugar, palm kernel oil, whey protein concentrate, cocoa powder, soy lecithin [an emulsifier], vanilla), protein blend (soy protein isolate, whey protein concentrate, milk protein concentrate, whey protein isolate), peanut paste (peanuts, salt, palm oil), glycerine, peanut butter (peanuts, sucrose, palm oil, sea salt), gelatin, water, peanut flour, powder sugar, maltodextrin, soy protein crisp (isolated soy protein), peanuts, palm kernel oil, soy lecithin (an emulsifier), salt, potassium sorbate (preservative).
Contains soy and milk. Manufactured on equipment that processes wheat (gluten), egg, peanuts, and tree nuts.
For weight reduction, use only as directed in the accompanying diet plan. Do not use in diets supplying less than 400 calories per day without medical supervision.