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Spotlight On | Protein Choco Balls

Today’s product spotlight is from our Balance Range, which is a range of products high in protein and low in fat to support your weight loss and management goals.

The ultimate chocolate choice, our ‘light as air’ Exante Choco Balls, contain half the calories of your ‘Malteser’ favourite! At only 158 calories, with 10g carbohydrates and 15g of protein – they make an amazing high protein, low carb snack that you can enjoy as part of Flexi Solution, your workout regime or simply as a healthy smart swap!

Exante Choco Balls

Choco Balls are perfect for a pre-exercise boost, post workout replenishment or a healthy snack when you’re on the go!

Choco Balls Nutritional Information

Choco Balls Nutritionals

What is Exante’s, Balance Range?

Designed for steady and gradual weight loss, Exante’s Balance Range offers a delicious selection of high-in-protein, nutrient-rich calorie controlled meals. Made with nutritious ingredients, every meal is portioned just right so there is no need for calorie counting, and you can enjoy our meals in minutes.

How to use Exante’s Balance Range?

Follow our Flexi Solution plan by eating 4 times daily and keep your daily calorie intake between 1200 and 1400 calories. How?

Who is Exante’s Balance Range suitable for?

Exante Balance meals are the perfect choice for anyone seeking a convenient and healthy way to lose or manage their weight. Made with the finest ingredients, the Balance range is a perfect choice for anyone who has already completed an Exante Total Solution and is looking to manage their weight, or simply for those who are seeking a balanced choice to help achieve weight loss goals.

Enjoy as part of a varied and balanced diet for a healthier lifestyle.

If you are currently taking medication or have a pre-existing medical condition “Exante Diet” recommend obtaining the advice from a Doctor or Physician prior to embarking on a meal plan.

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Amy Brawn

Amy Brawn

Writer and expert

Lover of Blueberries, running and the odd square of dark chocolate