ProBar Packs a Punch

When I’m not doing “Feel Good Fast”, I have a tendency to grab breakfast in a bar en route to the gym. Or when I’m travelling far away from my kitchen and great restaurants, bars are often my main source of energy. I know, not very healthy. That’s why I do “Feel Good Fast” four times a year.

Until recently, there hasn’t been a bar that I feel really good about. So many of them have hidden sugars, unnecessary preservatives, are a wimpy 52 grams, and are processed beyond looking like any kind of real food…Then along came ProBar

ProBar is the closest thing to a home made granola bar you’re going to find out there – arguably better – I don’t know any home chefs who are going to make themselves a bar with 39 natural ingredients!

Weighing in at a whopping 85 grams, and tossing 400 calories into your body, these organic and vegan bars are not for the calorie-obsessed. But they were created by a snow-boarding natural foods chef and you can bet they’ll get you down the hill (and up again…and down again…) with real food energy.

I wish I could get the Cocoa Pistachio ProBar at gas stations on the Alaska Highway so I wouldn’t have to drink hot chocolate and eat giant cinnamon buns.

I wish I could get the Sesame Goji ProBar at Starbucks so I wouldn’t have to eat their sugar and white flour-stuffed muffins to soak up the acid from my morning coffee.

I wish I could get the Kettle Corn ProBar at the movie theatre so I wouldn’t have to eat their over-salted genetically modified popcorn.

For now, I’ll have to make due with a whole variety of ProBars at Whole Foods.

Comments

  1. Kendall says:

    I wish they were everywhere for you – but you’ve got to admit a cinnamon bun every once in a while is a nice treat, no?

    Thanks for the review of PROBAR. We appreciate it. Watch this spring for some new bars and we’ll do what we can to get more play in gas stations along the Alaskan Highway.

  2. Jason says:

    Wow, thanks for the nice review. I’ll try and “release the hounds” to get more locations in AK to carry the bar!

  3. vloeren says:

    OMG this is good stuff

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