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Garden of Life Sport Performance Protein Bar Chocolate Fudge -- 12 Bars

Garden of Life Sport Performance Protein Bar Chocolate Fudge
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Garden of Life Sport Performance Protein Bar Chocolate Fudge -- 12 Bars

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Garden of Life Sport Performance Protein Bar Chocolate Fudge Description

  • Organic Plant-Based
  • 20 g Plant Protein
  • 3.2 g BCAAs
  • 10 g Fiber
  • USDA Organic
  • Non GMO Project Verified
  • NSF - Certified for Sport
  • - Trusted by Sport
  • Vegan • Gluten Free • Dairy Free • Soy Free

Every product in Garden of Life's complete Sport System is rigorously tested and certified Truly Clean. What else would you expect from the #1 Brand in the natural products industry? We've always believed in the health and benefits from real, organic, clean whole foods. For Sport enthusiasts, we run the extra mile assuring you there are no banned substances by bringing you NSF Sport and Informed Choice certifications.



Garden of Life® Complete Sport System


- Pre Workout -

Organic Plant-Based Energy + Focus

For an immediate boost of Energy and Mental Clarity to power through intense workouts.


- Post Workout -

Organic Plant-Based Recovery

Use immediately after workout to restore depleted nutrients and accelerate muscle recovery.


- Refuel Plant -

Organic Plant-Based Performance Protein

Build and repair muscles, nourish your body and feed your metabolism with the only Organic, Non-GMO plant protein Certified Clean by both NSF Sport and Informed Choice.


- Refuel Whey -

Certified Grass-Fed Whey Protein

The first Certified True Grass-Fed, Non-GMO Project Verified, clean Whey certified by both NSF Sport and Informed Choice.


- Refuel Plant -

Organic Plant-Based Performancce Protein Bar

Repair and build muscles with the only Organic, Non-GMO, Plant-Based Protein Bars Certified Clean by both NSF Sport and Informed Choice.



There is nothing like Garden of Life's complete Sport System. Every one of our Certified USDA Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified, Certified Gluten Free and Certified clean by both NSF Sport and Informed Choice.

Free Of
Animal ingredients, gluten, dairy, soy and GMOs.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Bar (75 g)
Servings per Container: 12
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
   Fat Calories80
Total Fat9 g14%
   Saturated Fat2 g10%
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium140 mg6%
Total Carbohydrate34 g11%
   Dietary Fiber10 g40%
   Sugars8 g
Protein20 g40%
Not a signifant source of vitamin A or C.
Other Ingredients: Organic tapioca (syrup and soluble fiber), organic pea protein, organic almond butter, organic vegetable glycerin, chocolate coating (organic cacao nibs, organic erythritol, organic tapioca fiber, organic cocoa butter, natural licorice flavor, organic stevia extract (leaf), organic sunflower lecithin, organic vanilla bean extract), organic sprouted brown rice protein, organic pea crisps (organic pea protein, organic tapioca starch), organic yacon syrup (root), organic cacao, organic carob, organic acacia fiber, organic flavors, sea salt.
Contains: almonds
Manufactured in a facility that also processes egg, milk, peanuts, soy and tree nuts.
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6 Tips to Prep Healthy Food for Holiday Travel

Travel is hectic, sometimes stressful and always an easy way to get off track with your healthy diet. That is—if you don’t prepare for it. While airport food is getting healthier thanks consumer demand, it’s never smart to rely on the foods you’ll find between flights or along the interstate as you drive to your destination. What you’ll find is likely anything but healthy—and you’ll end up compromising, noshing on something you’d never normally eat. Think: greasy burgers, processed snacks and sketchy egg salad sandwiches.

Couple Sitting in Airport Terminal Eating Healthy Homemade Food |

Avoid this problem altogether by prepping healthy food for your holiday travel. Making salads, packing a to-go picnic, and stocking up on healthy, pre-packaged items will help you stay on track, while boosting hydration and your energy. Here’s what you need to know as you prep healthy options for your holiday travels this year.

1. Get the right containers

The right food containers make it possible to bring the healthy foods you want to eat without compromising. For example, small containers allow you to bring your favorite homemade dressing instead of buying processed dressing packs from an airport shop. You can also use small containers to keep wet items separated from dry ingredients until you’re ready to eat, like chopped tomatoes in a salad or pickles for your sandwich.

Containers with separated spaces are great for packing a whole meal. You can also try trendy mason jar meals. These allow you to build salads or healthy grain dishes, separating wet from dry, and keeping it that way, until you’re ready. Just add your dressing, shake and enjoy.

Try these mason jar salads or use them for inspiration:

2. Stock up on water-rich foods

If you’re flying, your body will be craving water. Airplanes dehydrate us as air from outside the plane is circulated through the cabin. This causes humidity to drop 10 to 20 percent, as reported by Travel + Leisure, and means you’ll need more water than normal. Boost your intake with more H2O and water-rich snacks, like watermelon, celery, tomatoes, spinach, cucumber, iceberg lettuce and cantaloupe.

Bring a water-rich salad with you, combining lettuce, tomatoes and cucumbers, or dice up a container full of melon for a sweet, mid-flight treat that will also appease your parched palate.

3. Pack a travel picnic

The key with pre-packing food is bringing items that won’t go bad or taste weird without refrigeration. In many cases, these food items are the same ones that you might grab when you’re planning a picnic at the local park; finger foods that create a filling meal when eaten together. Here are a few foods to toss into your travel bag for a mid-flight “picnic:”

  • Crackers
  • Cheese sticks
  • Dried fruit
  • Nuts
  • Fresh fruit like grapes and bananas
  • Dried meat (think, jerky)
  • Sliced veggies

4. Pre-cook cold dishes

There are many make-ahead dishes that are better cold, which are perfect for traveling, when you don’t have anything to reheat with. When you have a full dish, you’ll also be sure to get plenty to eat—and won’t have to fall back on gas station or airport food to keep you full between locations.

You don’t have to rely on salads either. Cold sesame noodles, for example, are both filling and are tasty enough to feel like a treat. You can also load them up with veggies and use gluten-free noodles to get plenty of protein, carbohydrates and fiber, keeping you full all day long. Check out this cold brown rice noodle sesame salad recipe.

5. Purchase easy-to-pack snacks

Cooking and packing a bunch of food is not only time-consuming, but the containers may take up a lot of space in your bag. Maximize the minimal room you have by stocking up on healthy, pre-packaged snacks that can sneak into small pockets, like nut butter packs, protein bars, energy balls, trail mix and roasted nut packs. Better yet, pack more than you’ll need for the day of travel so you’ll have easy, go-to snacks during the entire time you’re gone.

When choosing these snacks, focus on those that are protein heavy, low in sugar and sodium, and have minimal preservatives and additives.

6. Check container sizes

Foods like yogurt and nut butter is perfect for a mid-flight snack, but they’ll get tossed at security if they’re not below the liquid maximum of 3.4 ounces. Look for snack-size containers of your favorite items, or pack your own in leak-free containers. If this isn’t possible, bring healthy toppings for your favorite items like yogurt, and then buy the yogurt when you arrive.

Eat Healthy on the Go

Spend the evening before your trip prepping foods to bring with you, or stocking up on healthy, pre-packaged snacks. Don’t forget about the 3.4-ounce limit so you don’t lose anything while getting through security and remember to choose containers that will help keep your food fresh for as long as possible. When you arrive at your destination, you’ll feel healthy, energized and ready to celebrate.

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