12 March 2013

Rhythm Superfoods proudly announces their new Rhythm Kale Chips

We’ve all done it—we’ve eaten too many chips in one sitting, and the bag is already close to empty. However, if it’s kale chips that we’re eating, it’s something we don’t have to feel guilty about.

Rhythm Superfoods proudly announces their new Rhythm Kale Chips, all vegan, gluten-free, GMO free, and organic. Plus, they come in five unique flavors such as Bombay Curry, Kool Ranch, Mango Habanero, Texas Barbecue, and Zesty Nacho. Each bag goes for $5.99 and provides you a fulfilling and healthy snack. They don’t leave you with that bloated, greasy feeling that traditional fried or baked chips can give you.

You don’t have to love kale or even like kale to enjoy these chips. The Rhythm Kale Chips taste like a chip, only they are much healthier -- they’re chips you can feel good about eating. They are made of dehydrated kale, making them not only healthy and vegan, but 95 percent raw.

You’re getting your snack on while also eating one of the most beneficial super foods that a person can have. Kale is filled with antioxidants, phyto nutrients and carotenoids, and provides you with a great source of Vitamin A, C, K, B6, Calcium, Manganese, Iron, Potassium, and fiber.

All five flavors of the Rhythm Kale Chips sound amazing, but I personally tried the Bombay Curry and Kool Ranch flavors. I thought they were delicious and totally lived up to their name. Each had a very delicious and distinct flavor, and I felt great knowing that I was “snacking” on something so good for me.

If you’re looking for a delicious and healthy snack, try the new Rhythm Kale Chips from Rhythm Superfoods. My only complaint is that I wish the 2-oz bags were bigger sizes—I couldn’t get enough of them, so really it’s just another compliment for this tasty snack.

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Photo credit: Screen capture Disclaimer: A sample was provided by Rythm Superfoods