Fullbar Diet Review

The FullBar/ Full Bar Diet Review

by George Pierce
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The FullBar diet is actually a product, not a diet.  The FullBar is a food product created by Bariatric Michael Snyder, MD.  Fullbars help you to feel full, therefore you eat less.

The PROMISE per Dr. Snyder:

“When you feel full, you eat less.  When you eat less, you lose weight.”

He also says,

“No special diet. No calorie counting. No hassles.  It’s worked for a lot of people.”

The FullBar contains about 180 calories.  The idea is to eat a FullBar with an 8 oz. glass of water.  Since you feel fuller, it is easier to be more mindful of what you eat, thus making better food choices.  

A FullBar is a snack made of high fiber grains that you eat before meals.  You eat two FullBars per day.  FullBars are not intended to be a meal replacement.  

You can find Fullbars online at their website and in many retail and grocery stores.  They come in several flavors such as  Double chocolate, Peanut Butter Crunch, Chocolate Peanut Butter, and Cranberry Almond. 

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What can you eat?

The FullBar Diet make no demands on what you can or cannot eat.  Sensible low calorie eating is suggested.  The only requirement is to eat a FullBar with a glass of water 30 minutes before your two largest meals.  

Ingredients examples:

Brown rice syrup, puffed wheat, evaporated cane juice, soy protein, cranberries, oligo fructose, glycerine, fractionated kernel oil, agave syrup, honey, almonds, canola oil, maltodextrin, acacia gum, nonfat dry milk, soy protein isolate, potato extract, potato maltodextrin, soy lecithin, salt, sugar, distilled monoglycerides, cinnamon, sunflower oil, rice starch, peanut flour, wheat starch, almond flour, pecans, walnuts, cashews and hazelnuts 

or  

Brown Rice Syrup, Puffed Wheat Cereal (Durum Wheat, Ferric Orthophosphate, Niacinamide, Thiamine, Mononitrate, Riboflavin), Soy Protein Concentrate, Caramel (Corn Syrup, Sugar, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Nonfat Milk, Fractionated Palm Kernel Oil, Cream, Milk Protein Concentrate, Natural Flavor, Salt, Soy Lecithin, Disodium Phosphate), Honey, Evaporated Apples, Gum Arabic, Glycerin, Agave Syrup, Canola Oil, Natural Flavors, Caramel Color and other ingredients that are specific to the flavor such as dried cranberries, almonds, chocolate chips and lemon peel.

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Nutrition:

Calories:  About 160-170 calories per bar.
Fat:  About 1-4.5g of fat per bar.
Carbs:  About 12-32g of carbs per bar.
Protein:  About 4-5g of protein per bar.

Positives:

Easy 
Convenient
No counting
You should eat less

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Negatives:

You may not lose weight  
Loaded with sweeteners such as sugar, high fructose corn syrup, agave nectar and honey. 
No proof that a FullBar works...no tests or trials
Cost will be at least $60 to $90 per month.
A glass of water alone, 30 minutes before a meal can help you feel fuller and eat less. 
FullBars are not much different that Granola Bars
The FullBar website is down to four products which are currently not available online.

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Conclusion:

Feeling satisfied or less hungry is a viable strategy to help you to eat less and therefore lose weight.  FullBars may or may not work.  A glass of water may work just as well.  Since there is no clinical evidence that Fullbars work and since they are heavily sweetened, I give then a thumbs down and do not recommend that you include them in your diet strategy.

Thank you for reading, my friends.  I wish you success with your weight loss quest.

Kind regards,
George Pierce
Founder Win At Losing Weight

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