Carb Killa® is made using a specially selected baking process for exceptional taste resulting in a softer, crunchier texture. Carb Killa® is high in complete proteins, low in impact carbs and loaded with tons of fibre.
Carb Killa® is available in five flavours, Caramel Chaos, Cookies & Cream, Fudge Brownie, White Chocolate Cookie and Dark Chocolate Mint, each made up from delicious triple layers, filled with crunchy 'crispies' all coated in chocolate. With low sugar and low calories, this bar really is the perfect high-protein low-carb snack.
Delivering over 23 grams of protein per bar*, Carb Killa® is a high protein bar that has been designed to provide balanced complete sources of protein, while limiting the level of simple, processed refined sugars. Unlike many other protein bars Carb Killa® is unique in the fact it is so low in carbs.
The benefits of protein are well known and the role it plays as a key macro nutrient within the body mean it’s vital we consume enough to meet our goals. In addition to that, the added benefits of a high protein low carb diet are much more widely documented, suggesting they are more reliable way to reduce body fat and improve muscular body composition. ,
* Protein content depends on flavour.
Ideal for those; on a low carb diet and avoiding sugar and processed carbs, those wanting to gain lean muscle mass with a high protein, low carb snack, or those on a serious mass gain “bulking” diet, supplementing with other high carb mass gain foods/supplements.
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Also may contain EGGS, NUTS, PEANUTS and SESAME SEEDS
CONTAINS NO GLUTEN INGREDIENTS BUT IS MANUFACTURED IN A FACILITY THAT HANDLES GLUTEN INGREDIENTS.