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Larabars are compliant but this one is not.



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8 minutes ago, willo said:

They have a new flavor, and it appears to be the only one of their line-up that is compliant: https://perfectbar.com/products/almond-coconut/


Is that true?

It has sunflower oil, sesame oil and flax seed oil and Whole30 recommends you limit seed oil use at home. http://whole30.com/2015/01/rules-recommendations/

Just as important, why would you want to eat one? :) It's a fat and sugar bomb and a poor source of protein. This is your chance to nourish yourself with Whole Foods, not products. As for "emergencies," true ones are very rare on a Whole30 and it's easy to carry or stash a compliant meal.


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