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Carbs in a bar?

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  1. LizDesigns

    LizDesigns Silver Member

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    Hi,
    I was just wondering if anyone could tell me how many carbs are in a bar?
    I'm into my 3rd week and i'm thinking of trying them.
    Thanks
     
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    trapped.in.a.fat.persons. Destined 2 be skinny!

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    Hey Liz, got my bars here.

    The malt toffee (and i believe the choc r the same) are as follows

    172 kcals a bar, and 24.7 carbs

    The Peanut (again i believe the cranberry r the same are as follows

    175 kcals a bar, and 12.8 carbs

    As a pose 2 sachets (ive got a oriental chilli box here)

    138 kcals, and 14.2 carbs

    xxxxxx
     
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    Thanks Danielle.
    Just want to weigh up my options (excuse the pun ;).)
    Have you found your weight loss slowed since starting the bars?
     
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    My weight loss slowed down when I started the bars as I'm carb sensitive according to my CDC but everyone is different. You can always give them a go, see how they sit with you and your weight loss and see how it goes from there.
    If you give them a go, enjoy (I love the peanut one so I'm gutted I can't have them)!
     
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    But the peanut / cranberry bars have fewer carbs than the shakes / soups kelly :confused:
     
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    I know but I'm rather keen on the malt toffee ones to (my name is kelly mundy...and I'm a toffeeholic!!!)
     
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    Yeah less carb, more calories. I havent really noticed 2 b honest liz, as ive done them right from the start. They save me from wanting chocolate, so thats y i keep having them. Im sticking 2 the peanut ones this week 2 c tho. Same as Kelly, the toffee r my fave, although the peanut r lovely!!! The first week or 2 u loose water, so it may be an idea 2 leave them till week 3, try i week with bars, next week without and see. It may save u from picking, which will obv b better. Just remember if u do have the bars u have 2 drink extra water, same as the tetras.

    Give them a try, theyre lovely! lol

    xxxx
     
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