Hi. The bars tell you on the packet which stages they are suitable for. I don't think I had any during induction, instead opting for other snacks. There was a "snacks on induction" thread recently if you have a look through you will get some good ideas.
If I do indulge in a snack bar it is quite rarely as they are known to slow/stall weightloss in some people. So if you do I would reccommend them as not for everyday use. Take care
I strongly recommend that you avoid bars on induction for a couple of reasons -
The polyols spike some peoples insulin so cause cravings
Then have unfortunate effect on some peoples inside
They stall many people
Try to avoid if you can or keep as an absolute treat eg at weekend when others have dessert!
Hi Friend and welcome - you'll be able to see pics and stats once you reach 50 posts, so why not start your own diary under that section at the top and post away telling us what you're eating and any questions you may have.
Re the bars, all of the above advice is very good - but I also think you need to be practical if you have a lot of weight to lose (like me, I'm just over 300 lbs now). I am in it for the long haul and satisy the occasional craving for something chocolately by having half an Atkins milk choc crispy bar.
1.9 net carbs for the whole thing - but I only have half to reduce the stalling effects.