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FBomb Keto Review

FBomb Keto Review

For many people, the biggest challenge of the keto diet is finding an easy keto breakfast. For others, it’s finding keto-friendly snacks, like fat bombs to satisfy their sweet tooth. If you wish to adhere to the 20 to 30 grams per day carbs keto limit, you need to be extremely careful what you eat.

If you eat the wrong dessert or a couple of standard energy bars to tide you over during the day, you’re going to kick yourself out of ketosis.

FBomb is a company that produces what it calls “Designer snacks for designer diets.” Their most popular products are F Bomb nut butter snacks.

The question is, are F Bomb Keto snacks the between-meal savior so many people have been in search of? Or is it just gobs of salt and sugar alcohols that will ruin your health? Let’s find out.

What is FBomb Keto?

FBomb Keto is a line of low-carb high-fat snacks produced by Love You Foods out of Flagstaff, Arizona. The company was founded by a husband and wife team who espouse healthy living and low-carb lifestyles. Their signature product is their nut butter fat bombs which many use as a kind of easy keto breakfast food.

These are available in 4 different flavors, (although no peanut or almond butter):

● Salted Chocolate Macadamia fat bombs
● Macadamia with Coconut fat bombs
● Macadamia with Sea Salt fat bombs
● Macadamia Pecan with Sea Salt fat bombs

Recently, their F Bomb nut butter products underwent a packaging facelift with a tear-off top being installed on their plastic containers to provide easier access. During the redesign, the company also reduced the size of these fat bombs from 1.25 to 1 ounce.

The company is attempting to position itself as a viable alternative to power bars and other sugar-heavy snacks.

They want to be the fat bombs keto travelers reach for between meals or when waiting on a flight instead of peanut butter snacks. But are F Bomb nut butter fat bombs the kind of snack those on a low-carb diet should be using as an easy keto breakfast?

While we applaud anyone who produces products intended to facilitate the keto diet, we see a couple of potential issues right off the bat.

The first is the somewhat disingenuous way they prep you to think sea salt in their recipes is good. And the other is the F Bomb Keto fat bomb plastic packaging, which isn’t something that’s likely to be recycled.

It’s more likely to wind up a member of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. But we’ll get into these issues below in this post.

"A controlled carbohydrate lifestyle prevents risk factors for heart disease."

Dr. Atkins

What are the Ingredients in Fbomb Keto?


There is nothing really out of the ordinary in the FBomb Keto easy keto breakfast recipes. 

As you may have picked up on earlier, the company is more than a bit obsessed with macadamia nuts, which form the foundation of their entire product line.

So naturally macadamias lead the list of their FBomb Keto recipe ingredients.

Macadamia nuts - Macadamia nuts are much sought after by people on keto primarily because unlike almonds, it’s about 75% monounsaturated fat.

They’re common in fat bomb recipes and have been linked to enhanced brain function, improved cardiovascular health, improved blood pressure, weight loss, and stronger bones, among other benefits.

Macadamia nuts are an important ingredient in many keto-friendly foods including this F Bomb nut butter.

Organic chocolate - F Bomb nut butter fat bombs include dark chocolate which, though high in calories, is often lauded for being rich in “good” cholesterol.

But it’s not exactly something you’re going to want to load up on especially since dark chocolate actually has quite a bit of caffeine in it. It has also been linked to an increased risk of kidney stones. And several studies conclude it may in fact act as a trigger for migraine headaches.

Finally, this type of chocolate is anything but sugar-free. And sugar is not something you want in your easy keto breakfast recipes.

Cane syrup - Sweet cane syrup is made by boiling sugar cane until it forms a syrup similar to molasses. It’s used in F Bomb nut butter as a sweetener for the dark chocolate.

But it’s not a sweetener in the mold of stevia, which is common in keto fat bombs. It’s actually a sweetener which is more similar to table sugar. It’s in fact higher in calories than the sugar in ice cream.

Sea salt - One of the great modern food myths is that sea salt is healthier than table salt. Not true. The fact is that sea salt is every bit as dangerous to your health as table salt.

While there isn’t enough sea salt in any one packet to cause alarm, if you find yourself scarfing several of these fat bombs as an easy keto breakfast (easy to do since each F Bomb Keto snack is only 1 ounce), you’ll be getting quite a sodium load.

How Does F Bomb Keto Work?

FBomb Keto nut butter snacks work by satisfying your food cravings between meals. They’re intended as an easy keto breakfast or as an alternative to conventional snacks that could and would bump you out of ketosis pretty quickly due to their heavy reliance on sugar. 

Does F Bomb Keto work as good as half cup of low salt peanut butter? Some say yes, others say no. We say that, from a nutritional standpoint, it’s basically a toss up. But frankly, we prefer the taste of peanut butter. 

Where we have issues is with F Bomb Keto easy keto breakfast’s packaging. And not only because it’s destined to wind up floating in the ocean a century from now. But because the redesigned package is really no better than the previous package when it comes to extracting the fat bombs so you can eat them.

In short, it’s difficult to get all, or even most, of the F Bomb nut butter fat bomb out of the package. You’ll likely wind up tossing quite a large percentage of it away in the trash after a few minutes. And since there’s only 1 ounce of F Bomb nut butter per package, that means you could wind up throwing half your fat bomb away. 

Because of that, the extravagant price of F Bomb Keto is very difficult to justify. A better idea is to simply pick up some PureFit Keto and some coconut oil and keep the focus where it belongs. This maintains you on ketosis and not on the unending hunt for snacks or shortcuts to an easy keto breakfast. 

So while from a theoretical perspective, FBomb Keto fat bombs are every bit the nutritional equal of a high quality peanut butter, from a practical perspective, these fail as a snack or an easy keto breakfast. 

How Does Fbomb Keto Taste?

We have no issue with the way FBomb Keto nut butter fat bombs taste or the calories involved. Though we’d like to see a little more recipe variety. Maybe a peanut butter flavor or almond or some such thing.

Essentially, the recipes taste fine if you can get them out of the package. A better, more practical choice that won’t present any packaging difficulties is PureFit Keto or MCT or coconut oil.

PureFit Keto isn’t an easy keto breakfast or a fat bomb. Nor is it a dessert loaded with calories. It’s a BHB ketone supplement that helps you maintain your ketogenic state even if you haven’t been able to adhere perfectly to the keto ideal of 20 to 30 grams of net carbs per day.

Overall, it isn’t a tasty treat but it will enable you to achieve the goals you set for yourself when you went keto in the first place. And isn’t that the whole point?

​Does FBomb Keto Actually Work?

In theory, FBomb Keto nut butters should work like a charm. The operative word here is “in theory.” Unfortunately, for the reasons we laid out above, it’s difficult to say that FBomb Keto products work as an easy keto breakfast the way they’re intended.

It’s difficult after all to derive much nutrition or to feel sated if you can’t get your F Bomb nut butter out of the pack. But beyond that, the larger question of whether F Bomb Keto works to help in your keto efforts is open for debate.

Our issues with F Bomb nut butter fat bombs start with the price, which is really high when you consider how little you get. So in our estimation, it doesn’t work from a financial perspective.

One more thing about F Bomb Keto is that we can live just fine without someone trying to convince us that lots of sea salt is somehow good to have in an easy keto breakfast.

“If you are consuming enough fat to meet all your body’s requirements, your body won’t go after the fat in the fat cells"

Dr. Michael Eades

Is Ketosis Bad for Your Liver?

No. Ketosis isn’t bad for your liver. Dietary ketosis is often mistaken for a condition known as “diabetic ketoacidosis.” Diabetics with ketoacidosis are unable to process the glucose in their blood and basically starve even if they’re eating tons of calories. 

The dysfunction in their insulin system leads to a dysfunction in their liver that begins to kick out BHB ketones at an ever increasing rate until they overwhelm normal metabolic processes and the person falls critically ill. 

By contrast, dietary ketosis—the state achieved by restricting carbs—is the body’s normal fallback position for generating energy. Anyone who restricts carbs to 30 grams or so for a short time is going to experience ketosis and begin to melt fat. Anyone. 

It’s perfectly natural and doesn’t, by itself, cause any damage to any organs or undermine any important bodily functions. In fact, it’s critical for maintaining proper bodily functions in the absence of carbohydrates.

Can Ketosis be Dangerous?

Ketosis itself isn’t dangerous. But in certain circumstances, weight loss associated with ketosis may flirt with being dangerous. When the person in ketosis reaches their desired weight ,the time comes to draw a line and say “That’s enough.'' If they fail to adjust their diet accordingly once they reach their desired weight, the body is going to continue to burn through every last fat cell it can find so the ketogenic diet is all about discipline. 

You should have the discipline to restrict carb intake to allow the weight loss to occur naturally. This will allow you to recognize the time has come to adjust your diet so that you can maintain your new weight.

​Are there Side Effects to Using Fbomb Keto?

 Any side effects from consuming a single serving of F Bomb nut butters easy keto breakfast are bound to be minor.

There’s just not enough product in a single serving to do much of anything. Maybe the biggest side effect will be the draining of your bank account, since these fat bombs are so expensive and you’ll need to eat plenty of them to feel full. 

Some people who are sensitive to caffeine might react negatively to the caffeine in the dark chocolate fat bombs. Others trying to limit their sodium intake will likely have a bad reaction to all the salt in these easy keto breakfast recipes. 

And we can’t imagine that the cane syrup used to make these fat bombs sweet is going to be any good for those struggling to control their blood sugars.

Where Can I Buy Fbomb Keto?

If you feel like you have too much money and would like to get rid of some of it on a not-so-easy keto breakfast, try FBomb Keto. You’ll get tiny portions of expensive macadamia F Bomb nut butter which you may not be able to get out properly from the package. 

FBomb can be purchased through Amazon, as well as a slew of less reputable websites—large and small. Or you can purchase it here, where you’ll get the best current price. “Best” being a relative term in this case.

​Bottom Line: Should You Buy Fbomb Keto?

Look, some FBomb Keto easy keto breakfast sweets taste delicious. We’re not arguing that. Our main issues with the product stem from the fact that they are, at best, a questionable value. On top of that, we have issues with the packaging and a few of the ingredients in the recipes as well. 

Those intent of enjoying optimal benefits from the low-carb keto diet would be much better served giving F Bomb Keto easy keto breakfast nut butters a pass and buying some coconut oil. Or better yet, some PureFit Keto. 

It just doesn’t make sense to waste time, energy, and money on snacks that may or may not have anything to contribute to your keto weight loss efforts.

So leave the tiny plastic pouches on the shelf and buttress your keto diet breakfasts with the BHB ketones in PureFit Keto. In the long run you’ll be glad you did!