Paleo Snack Bars – Grass Fed Collagen Protein

March 9, 2018 - Comment

Yay, Yippee, Primal Kitchen turns grass fed collagen protein into delicious Paleo Snack Bars. Get Paleo approved nutrition with these delicious dark chocolate almond collagen protein bars. Twelve grams of protein and made with real ingredients; these tasty bars are gluten free, grain free, dairy free and whey and soy free. Primal Kitchen – Dark Chocolate

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Yay, Yippee, Primal Kitchen turns grass fed collagen protein into delicious Paleo Snack Bars. Get Paleo approved nutrition with these delicious dark chocolate almond collagen protein bars. Twelve grams of protein and made with real ingredients; these tasty bars are gluten free, grain free, dairy free and whey and soy free.

Primal Kitchen – Dark Chocolate Almond Collagen Protein Bars, 12 Grams of Protein, Paleo Approved (Pack of 6, 1.7 oz)

The collagen protein used in these bars is collagen hydrolysate from grass-fed cows. This is a great way to get quality clean collagen into your system and it’s broken down into individual amino acids making digestion and absorbtion easier. This is 100% pure protein and collagen is the protein that hold everything in your body together and makes up over thirty percent of all proteins in the human body. Collagen production declines with age and it’s important to supplement because it’s found and needed in your tendons, ligaments, connective tissues, bones and skin.

Gluten free, low in sugar and carbs, paleo approved and made with real ingredients……you won’t find too many better choices for healthy snacking. These dark chocolate almond bars add 8500 milligrams of collagen and that is going to help support healthy tissue, skin, hair and nails. Dark chocolate and almonds make a tasty combination. These bars are made with Turkish almonds, chewy dark chocolate, roasted pumpkin seeds and carmel coating. Healthy and tasty……they also promote gut health. These are Paleo snack bars that have a high concentration of healthy fats from nuts and seeds plus prebiotic fiber and healthy clean collagen.

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Comments

Alyce63 says:

Know what you want I was skeptical to try this product after reading some of the reviews on taste and texture, but I’m glad that I did. I can understand where some people may dislike the product, but here are my perceptions of it.Pros: pretty good taste (but see below), good source of collagen protein, very filling. Great option for people with allergies.Cons: it is true in the reviews that this product is very chewy and sticky. But if you can get past that they are worth it. in regards to the taste, I wouldn’t go so far as to say it is an acquired taste but it definitely grows on you. At first I thought they were pretty bland but now I love them. If you’re looking for a traditional sweet tasting bar this isn’t for you. (Only 3 grams of sugar and derived from honey)Ultimately you have to know what it is you want out of a bar. If you can handle the chewy texture and the low sugar content of it then you will probably come to love these bars.

Zagi says:

I don’t understand all the bad reviews… From a health standpoint (which I assume is the main reason why anyone would buy a Grass Fed Collagen Protein bar), there is simply no protein bar on the market that compares to how healthy this one is for you…and surprisingly, it’s not a bad tasting bar at all!It is INCREDIBLY hard to find a protein bar that is actually good for you (natural ingredients and low in sugar).Most protein bars use some sort of whey isolate or soy protein powder (both of which are heavily refined, irresponsibly manufactured, and just isn’t that great for you). Also, many protein bars are pretty high in sugar (to mask the poor taste).This bar uses a high quality protein as its protein base in beef gelatin (rich in amino acids) and has almost no sugar at all.It uses arguably the healthiest nuts (almonds) and the healthiest seeds (pumpkin) as its main ingredients. Even the oil it is processed in is coconut oil (arguably the best oil to cook things in) and even the…

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