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Nutrabolics FEED Soft Baked

Nutrabolics released their Feed bar back in March 2019 and it seemed to get good traction in Canada. The bar contained 22g of protein, 30g of carbs (14g sugar), 10g of fat and no fillers or sugar alcohols and was sweetened with honey. The original “whole food” bar trend was created by the now deceased Chef Jay with his Tri-O-Plex bars but this style of bar made a comeback when Marc "Low Carb" Loblinar threw the gauntlet down and got in the bar game in a big way with his Outright bar. The popularity of bars seems never ending as everyone’s willing to try the new bar they’ve not tried yet. We’re not sure what happened to the original Feed bar as it’s not available for sale on the company’s website and has been hard to find in stores. But it looks like a new version of Feed is here.

This version is soft baked and is a 59.5 gram bar delivering 20 grams of protein making this a 37% protein by weight. The sources of protein come from a blend of whey protein, nut butter and whole nuts. Each bar also contains 23 to 26 grams of carbs depending on the flavour. Feed soft baked bar comes in 3 flavours (Peanut Butter Fudge, Chocolate Chip and Banana Nut) and is free of hydrogenated oils or soy protein. The Chocolate Chip flavour does contains soy in the form of soy lecithin which is an emulsifier. Each box contains 9 bars at price of $26.99 USD ($2.99 per bar) with a release date of August 1st. according to the brand's website. 

Sweetened with Allulose

The bar uses Alluose to sweeten it which is the same sugar substitute that the original Quest bar contained. Allulose is also known as D-psicose and is naturally present in wheat, figs, maple syrup, molasses and raisins. Allulose contains 0.2–0.4 calories per gram. In a 2008 study in Tokyo, researchers showed that 7.5 grams of Allulose had no impact on blood sugar or insulin output. In June 2012, the U.S. FDA approved this a Generally Recognized As Safe sugar substitute.

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