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Gluten Free Protein Powder/bars (Uk)

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It seems the UK is not so geared up with gluten free stuff, especially when it comes to protein bars/powder etc.

I have found that Holland and Barrett own brand protein powder is gluten free (and states as such on the label)

I also read somewhere that Luna bars gluten free. I have found a UK supplier here, but there is no nutritional info about those specific bars so I don't know if they are the gluten free ones. Can anyone identify them and confirm if they are?

Also, if anyone is ok with small amounts of oats then Trek bars have 11-12g protein per bar, and all natural ingredients.

I have just ordered some Pulsin Maple Peanut Protein bars which are vegan, gluten free, all natural etc and has 12g of protein per bar .

In fact Pulsin have a lot of gluten free stuff on their site including all their protein powders: hemp protein, pea protein, soya and whey.


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