20 December 2013

Product Review: FiberLove Bars

If you are like me, healthy bars are a go-to for a quick breakfast, a snack to hold you over until lunch, or just a treat when you want something sweet. However, it can be tough to find something that isn’t genetically modified or packed full of high fructose corn syrup. Plus, finding inexpensive bars that are vegan can also be difficult.

If you’re looking for a healthy bar that you can love, try the new FiberLove bars by Gnu Foods. With eight delicious flavors to choose from, you will fall in love with each flavor. Plus, all but one is vegan!

Each FiberLove bar is entirely natural and Non-GMO Project certified. Each bar only contains between 130-160 calories. They are free of hydrogenated oils, soy, Trans fat, high fructose corn syrup, and are also kosher certified.

Choose from Banana Walnut, Blondie Bar (the only non-vegan bar), Blueberry Cobbler, Carrot Cake, Chocolate Brownie, Cinnamon Raisin, Orange Cranberry, or Peanut Chocolate Chip. Each flavor is delicious and you might find yourself grabbing one of these bars for a quick snack instead of a cookie or brownie.

Aside from the delicious flavors, each FiberLove bar contains 12 grams of natural fiber, 6 grains and seeds, and helps to promote natural regularity, weight management, and a healthy heart. What’s not to love about FiberLove?

Just in time to kickstart a healthier New Year, purchase your FiberLove bars online at the FiberLove website, or find them at a store near you. Each bar is sold for $1.99 each, but you can purchase a 5-pack for $9.45 or a 16 pack for $28.65. Or, join the FiberLove club and receive free shipping and 30% off the regular bar price. Purchase your bars today to feel better in the New Year!

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Minnesota Alex is a freelance writer who holds a BA in Professional and Creative Writing. She has a strong interest in veganism, holistic health, and emotional and physical wellbeing. When she isn’t reading and writing about health and wellness, Alex is trying new plant based recipes in the kitchen or can be found volunteering with a Minneapolis-based animal rights organization or local rabbit rescue. 

Photo credit: FiberLove