When hunger strikes in between meals, what’s a person to do? The solution: have Hungry Buddha Keto Bars on hand.
I believe in the importance of healthy fats. Hungry Buddha Keto Bars are packed with healthy fats from MCT oil, g of plant protein, and are Keto-Certified with only 4g of net carbs and less than 2g of sugar. Hungry Buddha Keto Bars are made in a dedicated peanut-free facility, without any palm oils or sugar alcohols and are also soy-free, gluten-free, and non-GMO.
So, what’s in them?
Made in Canada with only real ingredients that provide sustained energy to fuel your mind and body, Hungry Buddha Bars feature key ingredients like sunflower seed butter, tapioca fibre, and chicory root, to leave you feeling satisfied and satiated. Not to mention, because they are sweetened with Monk fruit, they taste amazing too!
Certified Keto by the Paleo Foundation, each bar has 11g of fat, 2g or less of sugar, and only 4g of net carbs. They’re the perfect on-the-go snack for keeping you in ketosis!(The Paleo Foundation, 2019)
I love taking these bars with me to enjoy as a snack when I’m out actively enjoying life because I know they will give me a healthy energy boost. The bars aren’t crumbly so they don’t make a mess and they taste delicious. I was selected to receive the Hungry Buddha Keto Bars complimentary in a pr package from influenster with the freedom to review the products honestly, you know that I do not represent any brands or products that I would not purchase myself.
If you want to get your hands on these amazing Keto Plant Based Bars, Hungry Buddha Keto Bars are available at Costco and Amazon at the $2.00 a bar price point, you can satisfy your sweet cravings for the price of a chocolate bar. I struggle with adult cystic acne and these bars are a good healthy choice for me because of the plant based ingredients and being dairy free. Many people with acne have sensitivity to whey protein which is in many of the protein bars and shakes on the market.