Yoga Bars

Hello Healthy Fam<3

Brunch Babe is back with a bang, this time with a review of healthy snack and protein bars known as- Yoga Bars!

The best part?

  • No preservatives, No artificial flavours, No artificial colours, No processed sugars – Zero nasty stuff, 100% natural
  • simple high quality well researched ingredients to give balanced nutrition. Combination of whole grains, millets, nuts, seeds – all blended with the honey and dates to give you the perfect energy boost
  • Vanilla, Orange, Chocolate, Coffee, Cranberry, Almond Fudge, Cardamom or Peanuts – bursts of flavour that tickle your taste buds

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Now a glimpse of Nutrition Breakdown  of the snack bars,

    • Calories
    • 155-175 Kcal
    • Wholesome nutritious snack
    • Protein
    • 4-5 g
    • Protein powder, Amaranth, Almonds
    • Carbs
    • 20-25 g
    • Sugar
    • < 8 g
    • Dates and Honey
    • Dietary fibre
    • 3-4 g
    • Whole grains and millets
    • Fat
    • 5-8 g
    • Virgin coconut oil, Rice bran and Almonds
    • Unsaturated : Saturated Fat ratio
    • 4:1
    • Source of unsaturated fats and Vitamin E
    • Cholesterol and Trans-Fat
    • 0.0
    • No

And of energy bars,

    • Calories
    • 255-260 Kcal
    • Wholesome meal replacer
    • Protein
    • 20 g
    • Whey protein concentrate, Lentil protein concentrate and Almonds
    • Carbs
    • 18-19 g
    • Sugar
    • < 6 g
    • Dates and Honey
    • Prebiotic fibre
    • 9-10 g
    • Prebiotic Fructo-oligosaccharides
    • Fat
    • 14-15 g
    • Almonds and Rice bran oil
    • Omega – 3 fatty acids
    • 300-350 mg
    • Flax seeds
    • Unsaturated : Saturated Fat ratio
    • 4:1
    • Source of unsaturated fats and Vitamin E
    • Cholesterol and Trans-Fat
    • 0.0

So you can have these bars either after a good session of jogging, workout at the gym or keep these handy while travelling!

Do’s and Don’ts:

  1. You should consult your dietician / doctor if you are diabetic and want to include Yogabars as part of your diet.
  2. You can divide one Yogabar into 2-3 bars for a readymade delicious snack for the children.
  3. Because these are formulated with adult protein needs in mind, children should not have one whole bar at once.
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