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The Exante Diet Review: Day One

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Last week, I was offered the chance to trial a week’s worth of Exante Diet [afilliate link!] products, and I know that The Exante Diet have really expanded their product line since the first time I did a week-long review of Exante Diet products.

So, for this entire week, I was doing a weekly vlog and then I had planned to do one big review (I’m writing this on Thursday, 24 September), but have decided to split the reviews up and post them on their respective days, with one collated review at the end.

The Exante Diet Review: Day One, The Vlog

The Exante Diet Review: Day One, The Review

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Products eaten today were as follows:

Cherry & Almond Bar

The Cherry & Almond Bar has already been reviewed before, so I won’t go into any further detail about it except to say that it was lovely to have another! I WANT MORE, haha!

Still ★★★★★/★★★★★ – amazing!

Vanilla Shake

I was highly disappointed in the Vanilla Shake. I’m really used to the flavour of (pardon me for mentioning a competitor!) Slim•Fast Vanilla shake, and this shake was nowhere near as sweet, and definitely not vanilla-y enough for my tastes. I can’t decide if it’s because it doesn’t taste like French Vanilla flavour, or because it tastes like French Vanilla and it shouldn’t. There’s just something that I don’t like about it – and the biggest part of it is that it’s not sweet enough.

It is, however, the perfect consistency for a shake: it’s very milk-like. Perfect to drink, and it mixed wonderfully.

★★★☆☆/★★★★★

Indian Style Curry with Rice

FATGIRLslim | The Exante Diet: Indian Style Curry With Rice

I fell in love with the Indian Style Curry with Rice as soon as I started eating it. I’m so used to curry-flavoured things tasting of nothing but curry powder, and this is such a departure that it kind of blew me away.

It’s vegetarian-friendly, and has chillies, curry powders, peppers, soy products instead of meat, and the obvious rice to give it texture. It doesn’t look like much in the picture, given that it’s in the bottom of a coffee mug and doesn’t seem to fill much of it, but it’s actually surprisingly filling once it’s in your stomach.

It also leaves a pleasant tingling on your tongue. Quite spicy – but not in a hot way. I think it’s the chillies. It’s really, really tasty, and I was really blown away by it.

★★★★★/★★★★★ – yes, yes, yes, yes!

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