thinkThin® Reveals New Protein + Fiber Bars, Exclusive to Whole Foods Markets Nationwide

NEW thinkThin fiber line delivers a deliciously satisfying combination of high protein, fiber and low sugar

Los Angeles, June 12, 2013 – thinkThin LLC®,—the #1 ranked weight management bar in the natural channel (according to SPINS research)—today introduced thinkThin® Fiber Bars, a high fiber addition to its popular line of protein bars. Touting 13g protein and 5g fiber in each bar, thinkThin is the only brand among the top 10 leading nutrition bar brands offering a high protein and high fiber option with only 2g of sugar and less than 200 calories.

“Fiber has been widely popularized as an essential ingredient in maintaining a healthy diet,” said Lizanne Falsetto, CEO and founder of thinkThin LLC®. “It’s known to be both nourishing and filling, especially when paired with protein. We are thrilled to add thinkThin fiber to our nutrition bar family, delivering a great tasting, high quality product that is nutritionally satisfying.”

thinkThin fiber is available in three, gluten-free flavors all made with Non-GMO soy protein including: Milk Chocolate Toffee Almond, Chocolate Peanut Butter Toffee and Chocolate Almond Coconut

Nutritional Benefits

  • 5g fiber
  • 13g protein
  • 2g sugar

Product Pricing & Availability: Whole Foods Market will be the exclusive retail seller of thinkThin fiber until the end of the year. Other retailers will begin selling fiber in January 2014.

thinkThin fiber can also be found online at: For more information, join thinkThin on Facebook on Twitter @thinkproducts or on Pinterest.

20 Best Plant-Based Protein Bars for Total Health

Once upon a time, eating on the go was synonymous with soggy drive-thru burgers and chemical-filled “nutrition” shakes. However, the food landscape is not what it once was—and healthy eaters on the run no longer have to settle for junk. In fact, eating healthy—anywhere and anytime—has never been easier, thanks in part to a new generation of plant-based protein bars. Made with natural ingredients such as seeds, fruit, nut butters, and various vegan-friendly protein powders, these revamped bites are wholesome, easy on your tummy, and better for your weight loss goals than their chemical-filled ancestors. Plus, these plant-based bars are potentially better than whey-spiked bars because animal-based protein can sometimes cause bloating.

Sound like something you’d like to try? Grab one of these protein-packed picks. They all have sufficient counts of muscle-building protein and no more than 16 grams of sugar—which is truly a hard find when so many plant-based bars rely on fruit, honey, and nectar to make up their bulk and binding.

Grab one of these 20 plant-based protein bars for healthier eating on the go.


KIND Protein From Real Food, Double Dark Chocolate Nut

Per bar (50 g): 250 calories, 17 g fat (4 g saturated fat), 125 mg sodium, 17 g carbs (5 g fiber, 8 g sugar), 12 g protein


Coming in at 12 grams of blood-sugar stabilizing protein and a mere eight grams of sugar is this crunchy, just-sweet-enough post-workout snack from KIND. They’re made with a mix of peanuts, almonds, soy protein isolate, and chicory root fiber for a well-rounded bite filled with real ingredients and heart-healthy fats. We tried all four flavors—Double Dark Chocolate Nut, Crunchy Peanut Butter, Toasted Caramel Nut, and White Chocolate Cinnamon Almond—and found them all to be equally delicious.


GoMacro Macrobar, Protein Purity

Per bar (65 g): 260 calories, 9 g fat (1.5 g saturated fat), 50 mg sodium, 37 g carbs (4 g fiber, 11 g sugar), 10 g protein


Though this is one of the higher calorie bars on this list, it manages to keep its sugar count respectably low, which earns it a gold star in our book. Aside from its distinctive nutty and subtly sweet flavor, this bar—which is made with a combination of sprouted brown rice and sunflower seed butter—is a good source of iron, a key nutrient for energy.


Simply Protein Bar, Peanut Butter Chocolate

Per bar (40 g): 160 calories, 5 g fat (1.5 g saturated fat), 230 mg sodium, 15 g carbs (7 g fiber, 3 g sugar), 14 g protein


Simply Protein’s motto is, “The most protein for the least calories” and boy, do they deliver! Each of these sweet bars is packed with 14 grams of protein for just 160 calories. Plus, each one only has one gram of sugar and no artificial sweeteners—it doesn’t get much better than that.

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Square Organics, Chocolate Coated Cherry Coconut

Per bar (48): 210 calories, 9 g fat (6 g saturated fat), 30 mg sodium, 23 g carbs (2 g fiber, 14 g sugar), 12 g protein


This gluten-free, vegan protein bar is packed with flat-belly superfoods like oats and coconut oil, a prime source of cancer-fighting conjugated linoleic acid. And with 12 grams of protein and 9 grams of healthy, satiating fat, this tropical-inspired bar sure to tide you over until you can sit down to a full meal.


NuGo Slim, Crunchy Peanut Butter

Per bar (45 g): 180 Calories, 7 g fat (3 g saturated fat), 150 mg sodium, 18 g carbs (7 g fiber, 3 g sugar), 17 g protein


Reese’s Lovers, this peanut butter chocolate soy snack is for you! It’s hard to believe that NuGO’s rich-tasting bar is actually good for you, but it has everything we look for in a good bar: high protein, a hit of fiber, and minimal additives. Reach for one of these instead of heading to the vending machine next time that 4 p.m. craving strikes—your waistline will thank you. And for more high-protein snack ideas, check out these best snacks for weight loss.


22 Days Nutrition, Fudge Brownie

Per bar (44 g): 160 calories, 4 g fat (2 g saturated fat), 10 mg sodium, 19 g carbs (9 g fiber, 4 g sugar), 15 g protein


Organic brown rice is the main source of protein in this delectable, not-so-guilty-pleasure bar. A touch of virgin coconut oil plays a supporting role and helps to make this bar as filling as it is delicious.


Rise, Lemon Cashew

Per bar (60g): 260 calories, 13 g fat (2.5 g saturated fat), 25 mg sodium, 23 g carbs (1 g fiber, 12 g sugar), 15 g protein


Made with just four whole food ingredients including organic cashews, organic coconut nectar, pea protein, and organic lemon extract, this sweet and tangy bar is a clear nutritional winner. The calories are on the higher side, mainly because of the cashews, but it’s also a larger, dense bar that takes longer to consume. Nosh on this one along with an apple or a pear for a fast and filling on-the-go breakfast.


ProBar Base, Cookie Dough

Per bar (70 g): 290 calories, 9 g fat (6 g saturated fat), 390 mg sodium, 33 g carbs (4 g fiber, 16 g sugar), 20 g protein


Filled with 16 grams of plant protein and a sufficient load of three grams of satiating fiber, this might be the ultimate meal-replacement bar. But it gets better: ProBar uses a number of disease-fighting ingredients to create their bar, including flaxseeds, omega-3-rich chia seeds, and flavonoid-rich cocoa. Flavonoids reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, and diabetes, and also keep your metabolism going strong, a study in the Journal of Nutritional Science found.


Aloha Organic Protein Bar, Chocolate Fudge Brownie

Per bar (56 g): 220 calories, 11 g fat (3.5 g saturated fat), 10 mg sodium, 26 g carbs (12 g fiber, 5 g sugar), 14 g protein


Say “Aloha” to one of our favorite bars taking the health world by storm, succeeding by creating convenient snacks without convenience store quality ingredients. One scan of the ingredient panel is all it takes to see that they’re legit. Whole food ingredients like cashews, pumpkin seeds, pumpkin seed protein, and brown rice protein make up the bulk of this bar.


Health Warrior Pumpkin Seed Superfood Bar, Cinnamon Spice

Per bar (36 g): 180 calories, 12 g fat (2.5 g saturated fat), 40 mg sodium, 12 g carbs (2 g fiber, 7 g sugar), 8 g protein


Talk about cinnamon, spice, and everything nice! With just eight simple ingredients, this bar uses the stupendous superfood pumpkin seeds as its main source of protein. Not only are they loaded with protein and fiber, but pumpkin seeds are also a top source of magnesium, a mineral that strengthens bones—and this vegan bar is packed with the stuff.


No Cow Bar, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip

Per bar (60g): 190 calories, 5 g fat (2 g saturated fat), 230 mg sodium, 26 g carbs (19 g fiber, 1 g sugar), 20 g protein


It’s time for all other vegan bars to MOOve over! This delicious vegan bar surpassed every expectation of ours—regardless of what flavor you choose. This bar has no artificial sweeteners. In fact, it only has one gram of sugar. This bar is as nutritionally stellar as they come—low in sugar, high in fiber, even higher in protein—a true triple threat.


Raw Rev Glo, Creamy Peanut Butter & Sea Salt

Per bar (46 g): 180 calories, 11 g fat (2 g saturated fat), 110 mg sodium, 17 g carbs (14 g fiber, 2 g sugar) 15 g protein


Ever eat nut butter by the spoonful and get frustrated that you just can’t stop? Raw Rev Glo has got you covered. Not only are the bars vegan, gluten-free, and non-GMO, but each bar includes raw-sprouted superfoods! These bars hold little-to-no sugar, and they have 15 grams of belly-filling fiber! Not to mention its taste and texture resemble peanut butter at its prime!


Garden of Life Organic Sport Protein Bar, Chocolate Mint

Per bar (70 g): 260 calories, 7 g fat (1 g saturated fat), 140 mg sodium, 32 g carbs (7 g fiber, 8 g sugar), 20 g protein


In need of a mid-afternoon pick-me-up? Ditch the cookies and the chips. This protein bar may seem high in calories, but rest assured it’s well worth it, especially when you’re trying to get that belly flat. With 20 grams of satiating fiber, this Thin-Mint-cookie-like bar will help you keep those hunger strikes at bay, without feeling like you’re eating too little or giving up the foods you love.


Vega 20g Protein Bar, Chocolate Peanut Butter

Per bar (70g): 290 calories, 10 g fat (5 g saturated fat), 290 mg sodium, 27 g carb (4 g fiber, 18 g sugar), 20 g protein


Created by a former Ironman triathlete, this balanced protein bar is the perfect meal replacement, and will definitely satisfy your sweet cravings. Chocolate combines with peanuts, sea salt, and all the other good stuff—your taste buds will go wild, and your body will thank you for choosing this plant-based bar.


Pegan Thin Protein Bar, Vanilla Cinnamon Twist

Per bar (65g): 150 calories, 6 g fat (1 g saturated fat), 70 mg sodium, 26 g carbs (23 g fiber, 0 g sugar), 20 g protein


This bar gets its main source of protein and fiber from organic pumpkin seed protein and prebiotic resistant tapioca fiber, as well as organic sunflower seed butter—all of which are ingredients we give a double thumbs up to! It boasts a remarkable 20 grams of protein and an even greater 23 grams of fiber! Whether you need breakfast on the go or a snack to hold you over during long office hours, this bar is definitely a great option at just 150 calories.


Orgain Simple Protein Bar, Chocolate Almond Sea Salt

Per bar (58g): 220 calories, 10 g fat (1 g saturated fat), 65 mg sodium, 25 g carbs (8 g fiber, 14 g sugar), 12 g protein


This plant-based protein bar is primarily made of sweet dates, organic peanut flour, and almond butter. You know you’re sinking your teeth into a smooth treat when those are the top ingredients! Organic chia protein and almonds also contribute to the 12 grams of protein in this bar.


good! snacks, Lemon Protein Bar

Per bar (65g): 220 calories, 9 g fat (3 g saturated fat), 200 mg sodium, 29 g carbs (12 g fiber, 10 g sugar), 15 g protein


The 15 grams of protein in this bar comes from a combination of fava bean protein and brown rice protein. There are four flavors to pick and choose from: Chocolate Mint, Chocolate Peanut Butter, Peanut Butter, and Lemon. While they’re all tasty, our favorite is the lemon variety!


Sunwarrior Sol Good Protein Bar, Salted Caramel

Per bar (66g): 212 calories, 7 g fat (2 g saturated fat), 100 mg sodium, 27 g carbs (18 g fiber, 3 g sugar), 19 g protein


This vegan protein bar is packing protein and fiber! Whole grain brown rice, yellow peas, quinoa, and sunflower butter all work together to accumulate a whopping 19 grams of protein and 18 grams of fiber in just one bar. The sugar content is kept super low at just 3 grams per bar because it’s sweetened with stevia.


Clif Builder’s Protein Bar, Cinnamon Nut Swirl

Per bar (68g): 270 calories, 9 g fat (5 g saturated fat), 220 mg sodium, 30 g carbs (1 g fiber, 22 g sugar), 20 g protein


Clif Builder’s protein bar, Cinnamon Nut Swirl flavor, is loaded in protein at 20 grams! The only pitfall to this bar is that it’s high in sugar and low in fiber. The reason why it’s so high in the sweet stuff is because it’s sweetened with not one, or even two, but three syrups: beet syrup, organic brown rice syrup, and organic dried cane syrup. Nonetheless, it is still a quality plant-based protein bar and deserves to be featured on this list—and eaten in moderation.


Amrita Chocolate Chip Coconut High Protein Bar

Per bar (60g): 230 calories, 8 g fat (0 g saturated fat), 75 mg sodium, 30 g carbs (6 g fiber, 13 g sugar), 15 g protein


This bar is rich in healthful ingredients including dates, sunflower seed butter, popped quinoa, and chia seeds. It’s no wonder why it houses 15 grams of muscle-building protein! Vegan chocolate chips and shreds of coconut give this particular flavor its sweetness, too. Amrita was actually created because of the founder’s son’s severe gastrointestinal issues, so not a trace of major food allergens including gluten, soy, dairy, or nuts can be found in their products.

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Protein Bars

What Are Protein Bars For?

Protein bars are a convenient, delicious way to add protein and other nutrients to your diet. Whether you are an athlete looking to fuel up before a workout or a busy worker on the go, protein bars can help you get the nutrition you need. CVS offers a wide selection of nutrition bars in a variety of flavors – choose your favorite, or mix it up and try something new!

When to Eat Protein Bars

Protein bars are a great convenience item. You can throw one in your gym bag or your desk drawer at work without any effort at all. However, it is important to choose whole foods to fulfill your nutritional needs whenever possible. This means that you shouldn’t regularly substitute a well-balanced meal with a processed protein bar. However, protein bars do have their place. If you are on the go, a protein bar can help to keep those hunger pangs away and may help you resist unhealthy choices like candy or unnecessary snacks on your trip. Similarly, if you are going out on a long bike ride or a similar workout, protein bars can come in handy because they are easily portable and can provide energy and nutrition on the go.

What Do Protein Bars Do?

Protein bars are also a good alternative if you are dealing with a suppressed appetite – when you just can’t stomach a full meal after a hard workout, it can often be easier to nibble on a ready to eat bar. They help to boost your energy. While it is always best to get your nutrition from whole foods, if you want to use protein bars as workout and recovery fuel, you should know when to fuel up. Aim for eating a protein bar or nutritious snack roughly between 20 and 45 minutes before your workout (if your exercise routine is under 90 minutes), and refueling with a protein bar or nutritious snack within 45 minutes of ending your workout.

Choosing the Best Protein Bars

There is no one-size-fits all protein bar that is best for everyone. The best protein bar for you depends on your individual needs and preferences. All natural and organic protein bars from top brands like Orgain and Aloha Foods are a good choice if you are concerned about chemicals and additives. Vegan protein bars are not just appropriate for vegans, but also make a great choice for the lactose intolerant consumer or anyone who does not want to consume dairy. If you are an athlete looking for a nutritious snack to keep you fueled up, Clif protein bars are designed to support sustained energy during activities like cycling and climbing. But you don’t have to be a high intensity athlete to benefit from nutrition bars! Healthy protein bars like Think Thin and Kind Snacks are a tasty, convenient way to get a boost of energy and nutrition during your day. There are many different protein bar brands and flavors to choose from – so don’t be afraid to try a few until you find one you like. Check out our selection of the best rated, top protein bars online or in store today!

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9 Best Protein Bars for Every Diet

There’s no question that protein is an essential part of a healthy diet: Research suggests that protein keeps you feeling full, helps muscle recovery after a workout, can contribute to weight loss, and may even lower blood pressure. A recent study published in Circulation, the journal of the American Heart Association, found that replacing the calories in refined carbs with a daily 40-gram (g) supplement of milk or soy protein lowered blood pressure modestly. All these benefits help explain why protein bars have become a diet staple in the United States.

Protein bars are a type of nutritional supplement that comes in a variety of brands and flavors — chocolate, dark chocolate, almond, vanilla, peanut butter and chocolate, oatmeal, and more. Many protein bars have a good balance of carbohydrates, protein, and fat, making them a nice choice for a snack or postworkout recovery boost. Some protein bars are higher in sugar while others use sugar alcohols.

The only problem, says Jessica Janc, a certified sports nutritionist with the National Association of Sports Nutrition, is that not all protein bars are created equal — many protein bar brands are so loaded with sugar, they’re more like delicious candy bars than dietary supplements. The key, Janc says, is selecting a protein bar with the right building blocks — protein should be at least half the amount of the bar’s carbohydrates. “For instance, if the bar has 24 grams of carbohydrates, I would want it to have at least 12 grams of protein,” Janc explains. “I like the sugars to be below 7 grams and the fat to be below 12 grams.”

Similarly, Ericka Stachura, RD, of Boston, recommends dieters watch the sugar, protein, and fiber in protein bars. “For a snack, look for protein bars with 200 calories or less,” she says. “For an on-the-go meal replacement, look for bars that have 200 calories or more. Serious athletes who want a postworkout recovery protein bar should look for bars with about 20 grams of protein. It’s also a good idea to look for a short ingredients list to ensure your bar is minimally processed.”

But what if you indulge in several pure protein bars each day, could you be getting too much protein? According to the Mayo Clinic, most Americans get twice as much protein as they need. Even without protein bars and other dietary supplements, athletes are getting more protein than is needed. This happens because calorie requirements are higher for athletes, who burn lots of calories, and eating more food increases the intake of protein. In addition, it’s not uncommon for athletes to intentionally seek out higher levels of protein because they think it will help them build more muscle.

For the average person, the least amount of protein you need each day in order to stay healthy is 0.8 g per kilogram (kg) (or 0.36 g per pound). With a typical diet, that amount is easy to get without even thinking about it. People who exercise regularly need a little more, at about 1.1 to 1.5 g of protein per kg of body weight while those who lift weights or are training for a marathon or cycling event need 1.2 to 1.7 g per kg. Excessive protein intake is considered about 2.5 g per kg of body weight daily.

For women ages 40 to 50, protein needs increase to about 1 to 1.2 g per kg of body weight. This is because women at midlife begin to lose muscle mass (sarcopenia) with aging. Experts believe added protein may help prevent this health condition. For those who already have sarcopenia, 1.2 to 1.5 g per kg per day may be needed.

Read on to find out about the best protein bars for every diet.

What Makes Up a Healthy Protein Bar?

So, where do you start when trying to pick a healthy protein bar? Start by looking what does into the protein bar and how that compares to your nutritional goals. Let the label be your guide:

  • SUGAR – A quick glance at the ingredient list will let you know if there is undesirable ingredients like sugar (including sucrose, corn syrup, and high-fructose corn syrup). Sometimes sugar alcohols and artificial sweeteners are used and can have a downside too. Sugar alcohols do contribute to calorie content and may elevate blood sugars. They can also cause bloating and abdominal discomfort. Aim for no more than 6-8 grams of sugar per bar. Keep the ingredients simple.
  • FIBER – Look for bars that have more than 6 grams of fiber. This will help you stay fuller longer, help promote healthy gut function, and will help control blood sugar. Keep an eye out for bars that are fruit and nut based, they’re loaded with fiber.
  • CALORIES – When selecting a bar consider the calorie content. If you’re using the bar as a snack, a great choice would be a bar with 140-200 calories per bar for women and 170-300 calories per bar for men. Those trying to gain weight or those who have higher calorie needs may consider a higher calorie bar- it may be a great way to get in extra, easy calories. However, if you’re trying to lose or maintain your weight, consuming a high calorie bar will defeat your purpose. You may be better off replacing a 400 calorie bar with 6 oz of lean meat, 2 cups of vegetables and ½ cup rice or potatoes to help you feel more full than a bar might.
  • PROTEIN – Protein bars should contain protein, right? But surprisingly, many fall short as “protein bars.” Look for bars with greater than 5 grams of protein – it will help recover muscles after exercise and helps you stay fuller longer. Depending on your exercise goals, how many grams of protein you need can vary so find the protein bar that fits your needs. If you’re looking for fat loss, a 2:1 ratio of protein to carbs in a bar is recommended, a 1:1 ratio would work too. If you want to build muscle or use the bar after a workout for recovery, you’ll want to get closer to a 1:2 ratio. Long endurance athletes, like marathon runners, could even use a bar with a ratio of 1:4.
  • FAT- Look for bars that DO NOT contain trans or saturated fats. Many bars are made with a nut base, these are the “good” kinds of fats that will help keep your heart healthy.

Can a protein bar fit into a healthy diet? You bet! Protein bars can be a quick snack on the go and help manage your nutrition goals when carefully chosen. Happy snacking!

A guide to healthier protein bars, including one that’s keto-approved

Protein bars are a beloved staple of the time-starved. They can be tossed into a gym bag, glove compartment or desk drawer and serve as an on-the-go lunch. But they can also be surprisingly unhealthy: Some have up to 20 grams of sugar, or are loaded with junk or chemicals.

“People pick up what they think is a healthy granola bar and it’s really just a dressed-up candy bar,” said New York-based registered dietitian Brigitte Zeitlin, owner of BZ Nutrition. “They can sabotage your health goals.”

Newer to market are snack bars that do away with a lot of the extraneous ingredients, with a focus on whole, plant-based foods — nuts, seeds, fruit, oats. Some cater to those on specific plans, such as the keto diet; others are directed toward those seeking to boost cardiac health; and others use collagen and greens as a base.

Zeitlin said there are a few critical things to look for in a protein bar: The total sugar content should ideally be in the single digits; the bar should have at least three grams of dietary fiber to keep you satiated; and the first few ingredients should be a whole food — nuts, seeds, oats, etc. Even chocolate is fine, as long as the sugar content remains low, she said.


Here are some new-to-the-market bars to consider:

Step One Foods, launched earlier this year, bills itself as an on-the-go food brand. It and now includes three bars: “I treat the downstream effects of poor diet,” said founder and cardiologist Elizabeth Klodas. “I was taught to prescribe drugs. But when you peel it back, it’s about what people eat.”

The bars include a Dark Chocolate Crunch Bar, made from ingredients like chia and flax seeds mixed with bittersweet chocolate, nuts and dried fruit. “The ingredients were chosen for their cardiovascular properties,” Klodas said. “Every one has been studied.” She said the bars are designed to act as meal substitutions, ideally for breakfast.

Advertisement I was taught to prescribe drugs. But when you peel it back, it’s about what people eat. Elizabeth Klodas

Info: Dark Chocolate Crunch Bar, 6 grams of sugar and 170 calories. $29.95 for a box of 12.

The Kalumi Beauty Food Collagen Protein Bar contains ingredients such as cashews, sweet potato and cocoa butter, enhanced with 12 grams of marine collagen (derived from fish, so this is not vegan). The bars, in flavors such as Lemon Love and Cheeky Chai, are sweetened with yacon, a plant grown in South America. The selling point? Collagen has proven benefits for hair, skin and nails.

“We didn’t want to use conventional sugars at all,” said co-founder Chrissy Blair. “A lot of bars are highly processed and we wanted to avoid all those unnecessary ingredients.”

Marine collagen is at the heart of bars from Kalumi, which are sweetened with yacon syrup. (Kalumi)

Info: Approximately 6 grams of sugar and 220 calories. $53.91 for a box of 9.


Dawn Anderson, founder and CEO of OHi Food Co., said she used to live on protein bars thinking she was doing something healthy for herself, before realizing her favorites weren’t all that good for her. Based in Costa Mesa, the brand makes plant-based, grain-free bars that must be refrigerated, including Coconut Macadamia (macadamia nuts, almond butter) and Double Chocolate (almonds, cacao, unsweetened chocolate and cherries), both sweetened with coconut nectar. The Super Green bar has goji berries, mulberries, spirulina and chlorella.

Greens, fruit, nuts and seeds make up the whole foods-based bars from OHi. (OHi)

Info: Approximately 7 grams of sugar per bar, depending on the flavor; all are about 260 calories. $24.99 for a box of 8.

Berkeley-based Dang Foods, which makes Asian-inspired coconut and sticky rice chips, launched its Dang Bars in March. The bars — in flavors such as Cardamom Chai, Toasted Coconut and Cinnamon Chocolate — are made from almonds, chicory root fiber, pea protein and sunflower seeds. Dang Bars are high in fat and protein and low in carbs, designed for those following the keto regimen.

Keto-friendly bars from Dang Foods come in flavors including cardamom chai and lemon matcha. (Dang Foods)

Info: Bars average 3 grams of sugar and 210 calories. $33.20 for a box of 12.

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