The idea is to eat your protein, carbohydrates and fats with whole, nutritious foods including lean meats, vegetables, fruits and healthy fats rich in Omega-3s. Sometimes we may not always have enough time to eat a complete meal, so instead of skipping out on that meal all together, try these options to keep you from making poor food choices later.
These simple and nutritious bars come in six different flavors including Chocolatey Almond, Snickerdoodle, and Lemon Cashew. Each have between 15 and 20 grams of high quality protein including whey protein isolate and pea protein. The ingredients you can pronounce taste great and keep your blood sugar in check avoiding the dips in energy later on. Check them out at the link below. Whole Foods sells this bar.
Not only are these bars yummy, but also provide help to fight childhood hunger. Oatmega bars come in a variety of flavors from Chocolate Peanut Crisp, Vanilla Almond Crunch, and Blueberry Crisp, just to name a few. They contain higher amounts of fiber than some of the other bars out there, which will keep you fuller longer. They are made with non-GMO ingredients and contain whey from grass-fed cattle. The best part is, part of the proceeds from purchasing this bar go to help fight childhood hunger through No Kid Hungry. You can purchase the Oatmega bars at Target and learn more about the No Kid Hungry initiative at the links below.
Rx Bar’s contain a limited amount of ingredients all printed on the front of the bar. They are sweetened with dates, which are lower on the glycemic index than cane sugar and high in fiber. Rx Bar’s contain 6 grams of healthy fiber and 12 grams of protein from egg whites. They come in flavors including Chocolate Sea Salt, Blueberry, Peanut Butter and Coffee Chocolate. Rx Bars can be purchased at Whole Foods.