Bulletproof Collagen Bars Review
Bulletproof Collagen Bars ★★★
Not Bad…But Definitely Not Bulletproof
With the great sucess of Bullet Proof coffee, it’s tempting to believe that these bars must have something special going on. Loaded with grass-fed collagen and added MCT oil, they’re nutrient dense.
However, they only have 5g of fiber and lots of cashews, leaving them with a relatively high net carb count of 7g that could easily kick you out of ketosis.
Taste is always somewhat subjective, but with 3.5 stars on Amazon, there are plenty of people who are just not that into Bulletproof Collagen bars. These are definitely not the most keto-friendly protein bars. Unless you’re extra hot for collagen and MCTs, you can do better.
Return to our top 10 protein bars list for better options.
- Grass-fed collagen
- Added MCT Oil
- 8g net carbs
- Questionable taste and texture
- Most protein is from nuts
What are Bulletproof Collagen Bars’ available flavors?
Atlas Bars come in the following flavors:
- Vanilla Shortbread
- Fudge Brownie
- Mint Chocolate Chip
- Apple Pie
- Lemon Cookie
What ingredients are in Bulletproof Collagen Bars?
Organic cashew butter, grass-fed collagen protein, inulin (chicory), Bulletproof™ XCT® oil powder (caprylic and capric acid triglycerides from highly refined coconut and/or palm kernel oil, tapioca dextrin), cocoa powder, organic cashews, Bulletproof™Brain Octane® oil.
Are Bulletproof Collagen Bars keto?
Yes, Bulletproof Collagen Barsbars are approved for the ketogenic diet, but there are still better options. See our review of the best keto friendly protein bars for 2019.
Where can I buy Bulletproof Collagen Bars?
You can buy Bulletproof Collagen Bars on their website or on Amazon. You can also find them in Target, CVS, Trader Joe’s and select health food stores.