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Organic Food - Organic Food 2006
Written by Frank Mangano   
Saturday, 14 October 2006 01:12
My mission as a consumer health advocate involves non-stop research for natural ways to achieve optimal health and stay there. The two most important components in doing so are regular exercise and a healthy diet.

In fact, most of the conditions and aliments that people are afflicted with today are the result of a lack of the above.

When it comes to eating, I’m always open to something that is not only healthy, but tastes great as well. Recently, I came across something that fit those criteria to the tee. In fact, I love these treats so much that I am currently in the process of setting up an interview with Jay Robb himself so I can pick his brain about how exactly he created this palate-pleasing snack.
Jay Robb calls this delicious, natural snack the JayBar. I tried to pick one bar to talk about but it was too difficult because ALL four flavors are exceptionally great in their own right.
yammitBar First off, is the Yammit! Almond Energy Bar. This bar took over 10 years to create and it was well worth the wait. This bar is jam packed with organic almonds, organic figs, organic dates, organic raisins and organic agave syrup.
But I think what makes it even more delicious is the Energy Nuggets, which are made from sweet potato pieces. What I love most about the bar is what it doesn’t have. I’m referring to stuff like dairy, gluten, wheat, glycerin, MSG, hydrogenated oils, artificial sweeteners, acesulfame-K, aspartame, sucralose, casein, or maltitol. If you saw what some of that stuff does to lab rats, you’d be pretty frightened.

jaybar_fb_sm Next up is the Fudge Brownie, which is the chocolate lover’s delight. This bar is made up of organic almond butter, organic agave syrup, whey protein isolate, whey protein crisps (whey protein isolate, whey protein concentrate, tapioca starch, calcium carbonate), hydrolyzed whey protein isolate, xylitol, arabic gum, rice bran, cocoa, water, natural flavors, vanilla, and sea salt.
The peanuts, traces of cashews (tree nuts), and traces of almonds (tree nuts) are the hidden treasures in this delightful snack. Halloween is right around the corner, if you’re looking for a good scare; research the effects of MSG, hydrogenated oils, transfats, artificial sweeteners, acesulfame-K, aspartame, sucralose, splenda, casein, glycerine or maltitol. You won’t find any of that garbage in this bar.

peanutButterBar_200 Third on the list is the Peanut Butter. And even though I said I couldn’t pick just one bar, if I had to, this would be it. What can I say? I’m a sucker for natural peanut butter.
When you combine it with organic agave, peanuts, organic crispy brown rice, natural flavoring, & vanilla, it tastes that much better. I think I may have to go grab one now. Again no sugar, corn syrup, casein, artificial sweeteners, maltitol, acesulfame-K, evaporated cane juice, aspartame, or sucralose in this goodie bar.

jayrobb_1843_501442 Last but not least is the Cashew Coconut. This bar has a unique taste, but still great nonetheless. Anything made up of organic cashew butter, unsweetened organic coconut, water, natural flavor, organic agave & organic brown rice crisps is bound to have your taste buds yearning for more.
This bar does just that without gluten, wheat, glycerin, MSG, hydrogenated oils, artificial sweeteners, acesulfame-K, aspartame, sucralose, casein, or maltitol.

The JayBars are a delicious way to stay on track in your quest to achieve optimal health.

That is the sheer reason why I chose to publish this review. I have not been paid in any way, shape or form to make these statements. I simply just love the bars and I think you will too:



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