Atlas Bars Review

Remy
Remy has reviewed over 100 protein bars. He's the founder of Human Food Bar.

Atlas Protein Bars ★★★

Missing the Bar on Healthy Fats

Atlas Bars might be the right choice for you if you adore Reeses Peanut butter cups and are missing them while on the keto diet.

Their rich flavor may make them tasty, but they’re sorely lacking in healthy fats, with the only source being nut butter. Additionally, only about 40% of their calories come from fat, which is less than ideal for keto. 

These may not bad for you, but why settle? There are other options that contain grass-fed ghee (Omega 3’s) and coconut oil (MCTs). Don’t eat these with regularity.

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Atlas Protein Bars Quick Tale
The takeaway
Atlas Bars might be the right choice for you if you adore Reeses Peanut butter cups and are missing them while on the keto diet. But make no mistake, this is not healthy food.
Nutrition Macros
Quality of Ingredients
Fat Content
Taste and Texture
Value
Pros
Tastes like Reeses
Grass fed why protein
No GMOs or preservatives
Cons
Not enough fat to be ideal for keto
Too many net carbs for keto (9g)
13g of fiber will be excessive for some
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Macros: 16g protein, 13g fiber, 12g fat, 9g net carbs

FAQs

What are Atlas Bars’ available flavors?

Atlas Bars come in the following flavors:

  • Chocolate Cacao
  • Peanut Butter Chip
  • Vanilla Almond
  • Variety Pack

What ingredients are in Atlas Bars?

Atlas bars contain the following ingredients: Grass Fed Whey Protein, Almond Butter, Non-GMO Tapioca Fiber, Organic Vegetable Glycerin, Water, Almonds, Sunflower Lecithin, Vanilla Extract, Natural Flavors, Himalayan Pink Salt, Cinnamon, Monk Fruit Extract.

Are Atlas Bars keto?

Technically they can be used for the ketogenic diet, but there are better options. See our review of the best keto friendly protein bars for 2019.

Where can I buy Atlas Bars?

You can buy Atlas Bars on their website, on Amazon and at some Big Y stores (East Coast only).

 

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Remy is the founder of Human Food Bar. A health and wellness enthusiast based in Berkeley, California with a deep interest in dietary nutrition, he's well versed in the Plant Paradox, Keto, Paleo and Vegan diets. He has a borderline obsession with nutrition bars that eventually gave birth to the Human Food Bar. In his free time he likes to blog, cook, mixologize, garden and mountain bike.
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Founder
Remy is the founder of Human Food Bar. A health and wellness enthusiast based in Berkeley, California with a deep interest in dietary nutrition, he's well versed in the Plant Paradox, Keto, Paleo and Vegan diets. He has a borderline obsession with nutrition bars that eventually gave birth to the Human Food Bar. In his free time he likes to blog, cook, mixologize, garden and mountain bike.

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