Julian Bakery Whey Protein Bars Review
Julian Bakery is a rather unusual brand that has come up with some odd products over the years, including some of the first meat bars. They seem to miss on taste and texture most of the time, and this low-carb protein bar is no exception.
It’s basically just a hunk of grass-fed whey protein with a ton of tapioca starch. And I do mean a ton: there’s 18g of resistant fiber in this modest 130 calorie bar. If you can tolerate 18g of tapioca starch without getting a stomach ache, it’s possible that this bar could be good for your gut bacteria (they feed off resistant starch).
The super low net carb count may make this seem like an excellent option for keto, but it’s sorely lacking in far which means you’re going to be left hungry. Like Julien Bakery’s other products, I don’t really understand this bar.
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Macros: 140 calories, 20g protein, 5g fat, 1g net carbs
- 1g net carbs
- Grass-fed whey protein
- All natural with no offensive ingredients
- Lots of prebiotic fiber, if your gut can handle it
- Mediocre taste and texture
- Far too low in fat for keto
- 18g of fiber may be too much for some
What are Julian Bakery Protein Bars’ available flavors?
Julian Bakery Protein Bars come in the following flavors:
- Peanut Butter
- Sweet Cream
- Chocolate Lava
- Cookie Dough
- Sunflower Butter
- Variety pack
What ingredients are in Julian Bakery Protein Bars?
Depends on the bar, but ingredients include: Egg White Protein, Organic Prebiotic Tapioca Fiber, Organic Sunflower Butter, Peanut Butter, Organic Natural Cocoa Flavor, ProDura™ (Probiotic), Monk Fruit Extract, Stevia.
Are Julian Bakery Protein Bars keto?
Julian Bakery Protein Bars can be acceptable for the keto diet, but lack fat calories and there are far better options. See our review of the best keto friendly protein bars for 2019.
Where can I buy Julian Bakery Protein Bars?
You can buy Julian Bakery Protein Bars on their website or on Amazon. You can also find them in Target, CVS, Trader Joe’s and select health food stores.