Atkins

The Atkins brand builds on the diet plan of the same name. We know it as the Atkins nutritional approach which relies on a low-carbohydrate diet that was first promoted by Robert Atkins. It was inspired by research he conducted into dieting and an article in particular by Alfred W. Pennington in 1958. Whilst the diet has been criticised in the past for being part of a fad there is direct evidence that a carbohydrate restricted diet has benefits for those attempting to lose weight.

The bars are ideal as snacks or even to replace certain meals because they contain enough fibre and protein to satiate the consumer.  The bars (40g) all have a single serving of high protein (9-12g), fiber (8g), sugar (2g) with a net carbohydrate level of 4g.  The butter is almond based rather than rely on dairy. They are also free of artificial colours, flavors, preservatives and of course gluten-free. There are some classic flavours to tempt the taste buds including White Chocolate & Macadamia Nut and Caramel Chocolate Peanut Nougat.

The Ready-To-Drink shakes come in a range of flavours.

The Mocha latte Shake is made with real coffee and rich chocolate. This particular drink only has 1g of sugar in a serving of just 3g Net Carbs. The products are an excellent source of protein and calcium, various vitamins and minerals. They are also no added sugar and are great for keeping that low carb diet/lifestyle. Other flavours include French Vanilla and Dark Chocolate Royale.

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