Fatt, the company producing all-natural, sweetener-free, low carb and low sugar products, has launched plant-based Dark Chocolate Bites. Not only for those following the Keto lifestyle, but for those who want healthier snack choices and who enjoy the energy-boosting and mind-sharpening benefits of a low carb, low sugar diet without compromising on flavour.
The company kindly sent me a couple of bars so that I could taste them for myself and they are definitely hugely enjoyable. High in prebiotic fibre to help support a healthy gut and with a mere 3g of carbs per bite, they are also free from sweeteners, palm oil, GMO, dairy, gluten and fillers! How good is that?
Every pack contains two Dark Chocolate Bites. They are lovely and chewy with a rich almond and creamy cocoa centre and intense dark chocolate coating. If you're looking for something healthier than traditional chocolate, this is the ideal swap. They are also an indulgent after dinner treat.
Fatt and Keto
Most products in the Fatt range have under 2g of carbs (sugar) per portion and are high in good fats and inulin, a prebiotic fibre, feeding the body and brain while supporting gut health. All products are sweetener-free and deliver the magic of Keto: a way to gain physical energy, sharper mental clarity and all-round better health.
Fatt is on a mission to keep Keto clean, healthy and convenient and is committed to creating all-natural products. It is the only sweetener-free Keto brand, their range full of gut-loving prebiotic fibre, good-fats and clean energy. Almost the whole range is suitable for vegans. All Fatt products are optimised for convenience and can be eaten at-home or on-the-go.
Dark Chocolate Bites are high in prebiotic fibre, helping support a healthy gut and have a mere 3g of carbs per bite. What's more, they are free from sweeteners, palm oil, GMO, dairy, gluten and fillers.
Buy these delish Dark Chocolate Bites from Livefatt.com or Amazon. RRP of £3.69 for 2x 27g.
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