I was recently sent a batch of Fullbars to review on the food blog. Since I’m a HUGE fan of nutritional snack bars, and health food in general, I jumped at the chance. Shown above are the Fullbar Peanut Butter Crunch Perforated Box, 6 – 1.59 oz bars, but just about every conceivable flavor and flavor combination is available. It may seem odd, given my intense obsession with chocolate, but my favorite Fullbar might just be the Cranberry Almond. I’m hooked on it like you wouldn’t even believe.
Fullbars were developed by Dr. Michael Snyder, a renowned weight-loss surgeon. His vision was for everyone to be able to have access the keys to successful weight-loss. Inspired by the principles of bariatric surgery, fullbar helps you feel full with less food, causing you to eat fewer calories. Eating fewer calories, of course, leads to weight loss!
When you use fullbar products, your stomach fills up on less food, causing you to feel satisfied with smaller amounts of food, so you consume fewer calories during meals, helping you lose weight. – From Fullbar.com
The way they work is this, you eat a Fullbar 1/2 hour before lunch and dinner everyday, with a glass of water. When mealtime rolls around, you’ll eat less food than you normally would – consuming far fewer calories.
The best way for you to become familiar with Fullbars is to visit their website and learn the facts about Fullbar. You’ll find videos, news, success stories, and a lot more information – including how you can actually get free Fullbars. You can also read about their new protein shakes. They sound as delicious as the bars.
You can find Fullbars in a lot of grocery and department stores. I’ve seen a lot of the varieties in Wal-Mart. They are also available on Amazon, just click Here to see the many different Fullbars available. Each one I’ve tried has been delicious, but there’s something extra delicious about the Cranberry Almond.