APPLE CINNAMON ALL NATURAL SNACK BAR (30G) +18 BARS
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These super healthy, all-natural snack bars will be your new handbag super power!
It can sometimes be easy giving in to sugary treats but your kids will crash and burn and that’s when the tantrums start. Fill them up with slow releasing energy foods and they will gradually burn their energy until it’s time to mellow out at nap time.
Why we love our snack bars:
They’re all-natural, vegan, soy free, nut free, dairy free, gluten-free and 100% made on Aussie shores.
ALLERGEN WARNING: Despite our best cleaning efforts this product may contain traces of milk, soy, tree nuts & peanuts because it shares manufacturing equipment with other products.
*Certified Organic - Happy Way uses a combination of certified organic and organically-grown ingredients in its products.
Our bars are able to be stored at an ambient temperature, however, we do recommend that they are refrigerated. Storing bars at an ambient temperature, coupled with the fact that our products are 100% preservative free and add in Australian humidity - well, it is best that the bars are refrigerated for optimum freshness and shelf life.
1 Serving Per Package (18 Snack Bars Per Box)
Servings Size - 30g (natural sugar purely from fruits)
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Cheryl W.Reviewed by Cheryl W.
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Rated 5 out of 5
This is the perfect snack for both kids and adults! Love that it’s a healthy ingredients and yummy!
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Are almonds a good snack for weight loss?
Yes! Almonds are a good snack for weight loss- in moderation. Nuts can be higher in calories, so just keep an eye on your calorie intake! Though, nuts are a natural, wholesome and nutritious snack that can be great for a weight loss journey because they are higher in protein and fats, and may help you feel fuller for longer and satiate your cravings!
Are Midnight snacks bad for you?
While It is not something we recommend we should all do, it’s important to state that if you’re hungry and want food, of course, you should eat something; depriving yourself will only make matters worse and often lead to a binge. Aim for something that is easy for your body to digest and not heavily processed or rich in sugar. For example, a banana with peanut butter is good, a piece of fruit, or a rice cake with avocado. This will also mean a better night’s rest as you will have digested your food, anything too sweet before going to bed will spike your blood sugar levels and give you an unnecessary energy boost when you’re trying to relax.
Are protein snacks good for you?
The simple answer is yes. An essential macronutrient, protein is important for human bodies, and we require large amounts of it. It’s important to reach your required dietary intake of protein each day, whether through a meal or a snack. With that in mind, it’s also important to choose a protein snack that isn’t high in preservatives and to always pick foods that are as close to their natural state as possible. It’s important to read the labels of your protein snacks if the list is very long put it down and choose something else that is less processed.
What is a good pre-workout snack?
Protein powder is great it’ll fuel your muscles and assist with giving you the energy you need to smash out your workout! Another snack option is beetroot. This food source is known as a vasodilator, meaning it may increase blood flow to your muscles. Also, banana is a good snack to consume pre-workout. It is a great source of carbohydrates, potassium and natural sugars to boost blood sugar levels right before a workout.
Rolled oats are another as they’re a complex carbohydrate high in dietary fibre. They will satisfy your hunger as well as providing your body with a slow burn of energy.
Is snacking bad for weight loss?
No, snacking is not bad for weight-loss. When on a weight loss journey, it is just important to ensure that you are within your desired calorie intake for the day. By exceeding this calorie intake (whether it be through meals or snacking) you will find it difficult to maintain a gradual and healthy weight loss. As a general rule, we usually suggest two snacks a day, one snack between breakfast and lunch and another between lunch and dinner. Consuming healthy snacks throughout the day will assist you in keeping a regulated blood sugar level. This will mean consistent energy levels throughout the day and avoid any binge eating due to being too hungry.