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Tips for Choosing a Bariatric Protein Bar

Tips for Choosing a Bariatric Protein Bar

There are several important factors to consider when choosing a bariatric protein bar. On your journey to becoming the new you after bariatric surgery, always choose snacks that meet your body’s needs. Before adding new foods to your bariatric diet, consult your doctor and/or registered dietitian. Evaluate these factors when selecting a bariatric protein bar.

Bariatric Protein Bar Criteria

  1. High Protein – Consuming protein at every meal and snack is very important for a bariatric diet to reach the daily goal of 80-120 grams.
  2. Low Sugar
  3. Less than 200 Calories
  4. Low Net Carbs
  5. No Maltitol or Artificial Sweeteners
  6. Non-GMO Ingredients
  7. Short Ingredients List

NuGo Slim for a Bariatric Diet

NuGo Slim low sugar, high protein bars meet all of the above criteria. They have 16-18 grams of protein with only 2-3 grams of sugar and 5-6 grams of net carbs. Plus, NuGo Slim has a certified low glycemic index of 29 or less, which means you digest the bar slowly avoiding blood sugar spikes or diet crashes. You will find it easier to stick to your bariatric diet while satisfying cravings. Learn more about choosing NuGo Slim as a bariatric protein bar.

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