Haribo Sugar Free Classic Gummi Bears

Satan's diarrhea hate bears.

Do you need some emergency carb shots in the middle of a dull, tiring day? Believe it or not, gummy bears are your perfect bite-sized energy source! If you’re staying away from sugar, a pack of Haribo Sugar Free Classic Gummi Bears will do the job… that is, if you eat just the right amount. The shocking yet hilarious Amazon reviews are true: Too much of these colorful gummy candies will set one’s guts on fire, and that’s an understatement. But they can aid some in relieving constipation or with avoiding work. These treats are not for the faint of heart and tummy.

$25 – $50
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It’s a pack of sugar free Haribo classic gummi bears

They’re specially made by Haribo, the first company to ever manufacture little gummi candies in the shape of teddy bears. When gummy bears were first made in 1922, they were originally called Dancing Bears. Years later, the sweets evolved into the Goldbears we know today.

The bears have since come in various flavors, but nothing’s as sensational as these Haribo Sugarfree Classic Gummi Bears. They’re concocted to help people get rid of the not-so-healthy effects of sugar while still enjoying the classic fruity gummy bear taste, but sometimes, with drastic consequences.

Curious if those Amazon reviews are really true? You know, they say revenge is sweet and gelatinous.

Awesome product features

  • Optimizes workout gains when eaten as a post-exercise snack: Working out? Go ahead and treat yourself afterward. A few gummy bears aren’t only a reward for yourself for sticking to your exercise routine. They also have high glycemic carbs that help your body increase insulin levels and replenish its stock of glycogen that you exert during your workout. This also creates a peptide hormone and muscle cell reaction that boosts your body’s absorption of nutrients like creatine, amino acids and proteins.
  • Tasty gummies with no calorie worries: Haribo’s Sugarless Classic Gummi Bears is sweetened by Lycasin, an alternative sweetener, so these gummy bears have fewer calories compared to the usual ones. But while you don’t have to worry about your calorie intake, be careful not to eat too much if you don’t want your digestive system conking out on you.
  • So sweet, yet it doesn’t cause any cavities: How can a candy not cause tooth decay? The sugar-free bears’ Lycasin ingredient contains sugar alcohol called maltitol that doesn’t react to bacterial plaque—yes, that stuff stuck between your teeth that cause cavities. Compared to gummies with sugar, Haribo’s classic gummy bears won’t give you toothaches!

Who will appreciate this as a gift

These legendary Sugar Free Haribo Bears are the most perfect cute little tasty treats ever created in human history… Or so you thought! People affectionately call these little bad boys “Diarrhea Gummy Bears” and for a good reason. Tempting as it is don’t buy this weird but unique item for yourself and may God have mercy on your poor soul if you bought it for someone you hate like your ex- bf/bff/gf/gff/boss/ballerina instructor. Shame on you!

With that being said, are you still thinking of gifting someone a delicious pack of Sugarless Classic Haribo? Don’t worry; it’s not against the law, just make sure to let the receiver know that it needs to be eaten in moderation.

Kids love gummy bears, but it’s best to gift sugar-free ones to adults with a tough stomach and self-control. You won’t want anyone suffering from diarrhea out of eating too much of these satan gummy bears, that is unless you’re sending a pack as a gag or revenge gift. Again, shame on you!

Because you need to know

Are they as sweet as Goldbears with sugar?

Based on numerous feedbacks from consumers, They retain the sweetness and chewiness of their sugared counterparts even without any sugar. You can still enjoy these fruity little gummy bears guilt-free in terms of blood sugar and fat levels.

Do Haribo Sugar Free Gummy Bears really give you diarrhea?

Yes, they will if you don’t stick to the recommended serving size on the packet, which is 17 pieces or 39g. There is also a warning that tells you to only eat ¼ of the serving size if you have a low tolerance to laxatives or if this is your first time eating these gummy bears.

Sugar alcohol, like maltitol in Haribo’s no sugar gummi bears, is good when taken in small amounts. According to a study in 2002, people who ate close to 40 grams of Lycasin or more showed increased bowel movement frequency.

Binging on these bears will introduce too much maltitol to your body and will give you a life-changing gastrointestinal cleansing and a not so dainty chocolate starfish to boot!

What are Haribo Sugar Free Classic Gummy bears’ ingredients?

Hydrogenated glucose syrup (Lycasin), gelatin, citric acid, natural and artificial flavors, artificial colors: yellow 5, blue 1, red 40, fractionated coconut oil, beeswax, carnauba wax, and starch filled with satan’s wrath.

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