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The YES Bar Vegan Gluten Free Real Food Low Sugar Paleo Snack Bar Strawberry Coconut -- 6 Bars


The YES Bar Vegan Gluten Free Real Food Low Sugar Paleo Snack Bar Strawberry Coconut

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The YES Bar Vegan Gluten Free Real Food Low Sugar Paleo Snack Bar Strawberry Coconut -- 6 Bars

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The YES Bar Vegan Gluten Free Real Food Low Sugar Paleo Snack Bar Strawberry Coconut Description

  • World's Best Tasting Snack Bar™
  • Half the Sugar of an Apple
  • Grain Free - Each Bar Contains:
    • 17g Nuts
    • 5g Protein
    • 3g Fiber
  • No GMOs, No Dairy, No Eggs, No Soy
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan
  • Plant-Based
  • Low Glycemic
  • Keto

My Son was born with so many food sensitivities, I was always having to say "no" to the foods he wanted to try.  In frustration and our of love, I went to my kitchen and took out all the ingredients that I could say "yes" to, and made a snack that he could eat.  He loved them because they looked and tasted like a cookie.  I loved them because of the nutritious, premium quality organic ingredients.  From that day on the Yes Bar was born.  Join us and share the love!

-Abigail

 

"YES"

To Everything You Want (and no to the things you don't)

Award Winning Taste

We're pretty sure this is due to our obsession with using only the finest Real Food ingredients.

Clean Energy

17g nuts per bar to keep you full and get you going. Pure Paleo Power.  No cane sugar. No cheap stuff.

Positive Snacking

YES Bar proudly supports the Heart Institute of Children's Hospital Los Angeles.

 

Say YES To Real Food®

Free Of
Grain, gluten, GMOs, eggs, dairy, soy.

*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.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Bar (40 g)
Servings per Container: 6
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories220
   Fat Calories140
Total Fat16 g25%
   Saturated Fat4 g20%
   Polyunsaturated Fat3 g
   Monounsaturated Fat9 g
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium70 mg3%
Potassium170 mg5%
Total Carbohydrate15 g5%
   Fiber3 g12%
   Sugars9 g
Protein5 g4%
Vitamin A0%
Vitamin C2%
Calcium2%
Iron6%
Other Ingredients: Almonds*, cashews, dried strawberries, maple syrup*, sunflower seeds*, macadamia nuts, pumpkin seeds*, coconut butter*, pecans, coconut nectar*, shredded coconut*, sesame seed butter, white chia seeds, ground flax seeds*, Celtic® Sea Salt*, vanilla extract*.
*Organic.
Contains: Almond, Cashew, Pecan, Macadamia, Coconut.
Made in a gluten free certified facility that handles eggs, milk, peanuts, soy, and tree nuts. May contain shell or pit fragments.
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How to Make Your Own Nutritious "Packed Lunches" for Kids

It's lunchtime at the school cafeteria. The room is filled with the hustle and bustle of hungry kids grabbing food, finding their friends and hunting for a good table. While the school day lunch hour is a time for fun and conversation, it's also time for a nutritious mid-day meal. Whether a school lunch is packed or purchased, it should be filled with foods that provide the energy that children need for learning, growth and play for the rest of the day.

Overhead View of Healthy Packed Lunches Being Made With Fresh Vegetables, Fruit, Bread, Cheese and Milk on Light Wood Countertop | Vitacost Blog

When it comes to packed school lunches, one might think of the typical fare of peanut butter and jelly sandwich with a bag of chips or a small – likely overcooked – frozen pizza. Both leave something to be desired. But that can change. Making fun and healthy packed lunches for your kids doesn’t have to be rocket science or a Rubik’s® cube; a few small changes can go a long way. Here are some solutions to help you solve the school lunch puzzle.

Tips for Making Healthy Packed Lunches 

Create a balanced plate

Use the MyPlate method of eating whenever possible, balancing the five food groups. It's important to eat a variety of foods. Different foods provide various nutrients, and balancing them will help kids feel energized, satisfied and strong. The goal is to get at least three out of the five food groups, with at least one fruit or veggie and at least one protein source.

Fruits and vegetables are key in anyone’s diet, especially that of a child. It’s recommended that children have at least five servings of fruits and veggies per day. The vitamins and minerals are key in helping a growing child get everything they need, and the fiber helps keep them full until they make it home for their afternoon snack. Get at least one fruit or vegetable in at lunch, and they are one step closer to the five for the day.

Protein helps balance blood sugar so kids will feel satisfied after a meal. Whether it’s sliced turkey or a yogurt, include a source of protein at each meal.

Make it fun!

Draw a smiley face on the low-fat cheese stick package, pack celery with peanut butter and raisins to make ants on a log. Kids should enjoy what they are eating, just like adults.

Get them involved

If kids are involved in making their own lunches, they’re more likely to enjoy and be excited about what's in them. While you're making lunch, discuss with them why different components are important and the role that they play. Talk to them about food being the fuel for their bodies and that good nutrition can fuel them for their day, making them better, faster and stronger.

5 Bento Box Lunch Ideas for School 

A fun way to spice up a kid’s typical lunch is to pack it bento box style. A Japanese tradition, bento boxes provide a single-portion meal with different foods packed into different compartments. They've definitely caught on in the U.S., and your kids have probably seen them in the school cafeteria. By creating a homemade version, you and your child can make sure it’s balanced, nutritious and contains foods that your child likes. In order to create a complete lunch in your bento box, choose one type of food from each food group, and have fun pairing foods that taste good together.

Here are some kid-friendly ideas for your bento box menus:

Protein: slices of low sodium chicken or turkey, hard boiled eggs, tuna; choose beans, almonds or other nuts if plant based

Grains: whole grain crackers, whole wheat pita, whole grain wrap, energy balls

Vegetables: cucumbers, celery, carrots, peas, sliced bell peppers, grape tomatoes

Fruits: berries, grapes, sliced apples, melons, cherries, clementines, applesauce

Dairy: yogurt, low-fat cheese sticks, light wedge cheese

Healthy fat: avocado, nuts, peanut butter, hummus

Example #1:

Hummus

Pita bread

Grape tomatoes

Cucumbers

Sliced apples

Example #2:

Hard-boiled eggs

Pretzels

Grapes

Carrots with ranch dressing

Example #3:

Example #4:

  • Turkey and cheese roll ups in whole wheat wrap
  • Peas
  • Melon
  • Almonds
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