22 Days Nutrition Bars Review

Editor's Review: 3.5 / 5.0

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22 Days Nutrition Bars come from a company called Co. Exist Nutrition, and were developed by Marco Borges. He is one of the most well known, and highly sought after physical and nutrition experts in the country. Read this review to find out more about the product and how it may be able to help you reach your health and wellness goals.

List of Ingredients

22 Days Nutrition Bars use varying ingredients based on the flavor. The bars are organic and vegan, but we advise you to take a closer look at the ingredient list based on the product or products you are most interested in.

Product Features

22 Days Nutrition Bars are an organic and vegan option for people who are trying to make dietary changes to improve health or lose weight. They are vegan, which means they free of dairy and other animal based products. They do not contain soy or gluten, so they are safe for people with Celiac disease or gluten sensitivities. They are designed to be a great healthy snack for on the go, rather than a meal replacement option. The bars are available in the following flavors: Nut Butter Buddha Crunch, Fruit Nut Karma, Enlightened Pumpkinseed, and Cherry Chocolate Bliss. You can get an assortment pack, or just a pack of four, that contains one of each flavor, or a full box of each flavor. Bars are available online as well as in grocery and health food stores all over the country. A 22 Day Challenge (meal plan) is available for people who want to change their bodies in that short amount of time.

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Advantages

  • 22 Days Nutrition Bars come in variety of flavors.
  • These bars are gluten, soy, and dairy free, as well as vegan and organic.

Disadvantages

  • 22 Days Nutrition Bars are not available in all grocery and health food stores.
  • The meal plan included with these bars may be too low calorie for some people, especially those who are exercising on a regular basis.
  • At nearly $3 a bar, these are an expensive food item.
  • These bars are not safe for those with nut allergies.

Conclusion

22 Days Nutrition Bars seem like they may be a good compliment to any diet and exercise routine, as a healthy option for snacks between meals. They are packed full of protein for energy support, and fiber for appetite support. If you do the 22 Day Challenge with the bars, you may find yourself feeling tired and hungry because the caloric intake is very low. There is no mention of exercise for this product, but if you are not eating enough you will find it hard to exercise. We recommend using this product as part of a reduced calorie balanced diet and exercise program that also features an appetite suppressant or fat burner.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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