Want high powered snacking? Need an easy meal replacement? Must have high quality nutrition supplement? Answer: The energy bar does it all. Start with fresh ingredients, protein that tastes good, and all natural organic, low glycemic sugars for added sweetness all make up an energy bar that satisfies the pickiest eater. Let’s look at some of the ingredients that combine to make the tastiest bars. Start with a look at the proteins we can choose from.Nuts are tasty proteins and good oilsSlow roasted, salted cashews, toasted almonds, rich walnuts, and large smooth Brazil nuts are some of the choicest nuts that can be used for proteins. These nuts are rich with antioxidants and healthy omega-6 or omega 3 oils, making it a satisfying. Long lasting protein. Nuts are a plant-based protein that also promotes good heart health. These proteins provide the staying power of a good protein cookies.Seeds provide omega 3’sFlax seeds, chia seeds, pumpkins seeds add dense texture and crunch while adding powerful antioxidants that fight inflammation. They boost brainpower and are good for memory. Not only that, but they taste great. Seeds and nuts also provide the body with good fats needed for stabilizing blood sugar, and essential body functions. Because they are high in good fats, don’t be alarmed with you turn the package over and see more calories than you had hoped for. These are not empty calories, but energy filled and nutrient dense calories. Don’t fear calories that count for good. We have been accustomed to think low fat is good, but that is not necessarily the case. The right fats are needed and important. Sometimes fat is replaced with highly sweetened ingredients that do nothing but provide filler but nothing of substance. So eat the nuts and seeds without guilt. Dried fruits are good carbsDried fruits concentrate vitamins and minerals in less space than fresh fruits. Because they are dried they have a longer shelf life. They add a natural sweetener giving the energy bar a great flavor. Dried apples, cranberries, dates, raisins, acai berries, goji berries. These fruits add the “energy” to energy bar giving easily accessible good carbs. These are not empty calories of high fructose corn syrup, or processed white sugar. When looking at the nutritional information on the back of the wrapper, and you see grams of sugar, remember that all sugars are not created equally. Natural sugar in dried fruits is a good source of energy. Start with the finest ingredients. Have the proper ratio of long lasting energy from the proteins and fats, and the quick energy of the dried fruits for an energy bar that does triple duty—high energy snack, balanced meal replacement, and nutritional supplement.
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