PHD Diet Whey Bar (12)

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  • Best ever Diet Whey bar- amazing new format
  • 20g protein with less than 2g sugar- Clean macro bar for getting lean
  • High in fibre and less than 200 calories per bar
  • Added L-Carnitine, great for your fat loss lifestyle

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When PhD released the first DIet Whey bars in 2010, they were ahead of the market and helped to create what has now become a vibrant and growing "protein lifestyle" market for bars and snacks. The reality was that whilst the macros of the original bar were amazing, the taste was only OK and the texture a bit hard. Fast forward to 2017 and the new Diet Whey bar lands with a huge fan fare and tremendous consumer feedback. The new bar is amazing, it has a soft and fluffy centre with protein crispies added to create a great mouth feel and a really easy to eat snack. The bar is coated in either dark, milk or white chocolate (depending upon flavour choice) and each has a thin layer of caramel running under the coating.

Whilst delivering on taste is key, PhD is about delivering on results first and Diet Whey bar does not disappoint. 20g of protein (mainly from whey), over 9g of fibre to help you stay fuller for longer (banish those sugar cravings) and less than 2g of nasty sugar per bar and all wrapped up in fewer than 200 calories, Diet Whey bar is sure to push Smart Bar hard in the poll of the UK's fastest growing and favourite protein bar.

Available in 5 indulgent flavours such as Double Chocolate Brownie, Choc Peanut Butter and Triple Choc Cookies and Salted Caramel (Everyone's favourite at PhD HQ), the new Diet Whey bar is guaranteed to deliver on taste, convenience and results. What more could you want from a low sugar protein bar?

PhD Diet Whey Protein bars are a convenient, high protein snack that can be eaten throughout the day. Now 65g the new Diet Whey Bar now contains a delicious layer of caramel running through the middle as well as protein crispies in the dough to give a greatly improved taste and texture. The transformed version still has under 200 calories with under 2g of sugar and contains 20g of protein per bar. All new Diet Whey Bars are available in five flavours; Salted Caramel, Triple Choc Cookie, Dark Chocolate Mocha, Peanut Butter Crunch and Double Chocolate ensuring there is something to suit all tastes.

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION*

*Double Chocolate flavour - Other flavours may vary.

Typical ValuesPer 100gPer 65g bar
Energy (kJ) 1286 836
Energy (kcal) 307 200
Fat (g) 7.9 5.2
Of which saturates (g) 5.5 3.6
Carbohydrate (g) 30 19
Of which sugars (g) 2.1 1.4
Of which polyols (g) 25 16
Fibre (g) 15 9.6
Protein (g) 31 20
Salt (g) 0.58 0.38
Eating a Diet Whey bar is pretty simple, the challenge is not eating too many and choosing which flavour you are going to eat next!Try eating one immediately after a workout- they are easy to digest and provide a sweet pick me up following exercise, but help keep your calories clean and simple. On days you don't workout, try having one instead of a dessert in the evening, or even mid morning to ward off the hangry face!Snacking can be challenging and most "healthy snacks" out there are full of "natural sugars" which you know as well as we do, is just sugar! You don't want it in your life, it's why you are in the gym and trying hard to get in shape, so don't compromise- add a Diet Whey bar into your work day snacking regime at 10am or 2pm to help you keep protein high and hunger at bay.

PhD Nutrition Diet Whey Bar should be consumed as part of a varied and balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. Excessive consumption may cause laxative effects. Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight.

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