Peanut Butter Choco Chip Raw Protein Bar (Box of 10)
List Price: $39.90
Welcome! So you're you're probably looking for a good protein supplement right?
Our Gluten free, Soy free, Wheat free, Non- GMO Peanut Butter Choco Chip NO JUNK protein bars are packed with 20 grams of high quality protein, has 0 grams of trans fat, is low in cholesterol, uncooked, raw, good for you and tastes incredible!
No sugar alcohols are added to this peanut buttery, chocolaty treat and we have no warnings like “excess consumption may cause gastrointestinal discomfort”.
We use freshly ground peanuts, fruit, plus the highest quality protein. Only natural sugars from the fruit, natural fruit and nut fibers, and raw organic sweeteners have been used. Which means that you will be putting into your body the best foods for your health.
We also don't require you to drink an 8 oz glass of water with a Peanut Butter Protein Bar. We think it goes great with milk! Eat Delicious Protein, Get Muscles!
Gluten, Soy, Wheat Free. Taste Freaking Amazing. 295 Calories = 12g Fat + 28g Carbohydrates + 20g Protein + 8g Fiber (net carbs=20)
Organic Peanut Butter, Whey Protein, Organic Dates, Tapioca Fiber, Organic Apples, Organic Apple Juice Concentrate,Organic Cinnamon,Vitamin C, Organic Dark Chocolate, Freeze Dried Strawberries, Organic Brown Rice Puffs, Peanuts, Sea Salt
Each bar is $3.99 in stores But you get bulk discounts when you order a minimum of 2 cases of 10 online.
10 BARS PER BOX - NO CHARGE FOR SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS OVER $35!
About Your Purchase:
- Bars have a 1-2 month shelf life at room temp, will last 2-3 months in fridge, and up to 6 months when frozen. We recommend that protein bars be refrigerated, especially in warmer climates and during the summer months. These are not like other bars that sit on shelves for months and months. They are made fresh weekly. To extend freshness its best to be kept refrigerated until ready to eat. They are perfectly fine during shipment. When you receive you should just put in refrigerator or freezer for lasting freshness.
Also, instead of boring you with technical data and the impact of sugar, there is a simple way that can help understand how much a food product will affect your blood sugar levels. Take the total amount of sugar in a product and minus the protein, fiber and fats. This will leave you with a number to base the sugars off of. Since the protein, fiber and fats help block the sugar from absorbing into the bloodstream, the amount of sugars listed on the label won’t be the overall picture.
Phytonutrients (polyphenols) in dates lower increase of blood glucose after eating starches. It acts as an inhibitor for enzymes in the small intestine responsible for absorbing carbs.