RD’s Favorite Protein Bar: RXBAR

Recently I shared my love for protein bars. I love how protein bars can make a convenient snack or easy meal replacement when you’re short on time. Protein bars curb my sweet tooth cravings and help me hit my protein goals.

Many protein bars have ingredient lists that make you wonder how many years they’ll take off my life. Not only that but sometimes protein bars can really hurt my stomach and cause bloating.

Even as a nutrition professional, I’m not perfect and sometimes I fall short on planning ahead and making my own protein bars.

So, that begs the question (again), what’s a girl to do?

RXBAR to the rescue!

RXBARs are seriously a life saver. Each bar contains the same base ingredients of egg whites for protein, dates to bind, and nuts for texture. RXBARs have a simple, real-food ingredient list  with names you can actually pronounce such as fruit (apples, blueberries, and pumpkin), cocoa, and spices (sea salt, ginger, cloves, and cinnamon). RXBARs do not contain soy, gluten, dairy, artificial colors, preservatives, or B.S. RXBARs are nutrient packed, convenient, AND taste delicious.

There are a wide variety of flavors and cravings to choose from. I’m a big fan of chocolate anything so the chocolate sea salt, coconut chocolate, and chocolate peanut butter are all favorites of mine. I especially like to enjoy them with a cup of hot coffee!

RXBARs also make kid version (adults can enjoy them too!) that are slightly smaller in size and contain the same base ingredients of egg whites, dates, nuts, and no bad stuff.

At Remedy, we are proud to offer these minimally processed real food protein bars. They are a staff favorite here at the store and with our families.

Say What!? Limited Time Offer!?!

Select RXBARs are currently marked down to $1.99. Stop in today and stock up on your favorites!

Nutrition Coaching

There are so many health benefits to eating protein.  Adequate protein intake isn’t just important for bodybuilders! Our body is made up of protein from our hair and skin to our hemoglobin, antibodies, and muscles. It’s important we eat enough protein to support these different processes. If you struggle with eating enough protein, contact us and schedule your initial no-cost consult with Kyla, our Registered Dietitian.

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