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Friday, August 28, 2009

12 Grams of FIBER = 1 gnu Bar

Love these bars!! Chocolate Brownie is my favorite flavor so far. You can buy these at Whole Foods or sometimes, Trader Joe's. (approx $1.69/each)
They taste really good and are REALLY filling.
12g Fiber makes a HUGE dent in the 25-30 grams women should be getting a day.
I usually eat one around 10a at snack time. :)

These are all natural so they claim they are safe for toddlers and children. (see below)

My son hasn't tried them yet but after reading their website I'm going to see if he likes them?

The following ingredients and article re: toddlers and children needing more fiber, is from their website @ http://www.gnufoods.com

Ingredients: Gnu High Fiber Blend™ (whole rolled oats, organic whole wheat flour, wheat bran, organic kamut, psyllium, flax, millet), chicory root inulin, fruit juices, rice dextrins, dark chocolate chips (chocolate, cane sugar, lecithin, vanilla), cocoa powder, canola oil, plums, rice, wheat protein isolate, natural flavors, baking powder.

At last, a delicious, safe way to relieve your child's constipation.
Parents, rejoice! Rather than give your child laxatives or fiber products that are loaded with artificial sweeteners, chemicals, stimulants or other questionable ingredients, now you can give them a delicious bar they'll gobble up with no fuss. It’s Flavor & Fiber. Together at Last®

Gnu Bars are an all natural, effective way to help with the challenge of your child's occasional constipation. Constipation is not uncommon in children during toilet training or the toddler years. Even if your child does not have occasional constipation, you may want to throw a Gnu Bar in their lunch box or offer it as a snack. Gnu Bars are a healthy source of fiber and whole grain.

Of course, if you have any questions or concerns about your child's diet and/or bowel habits, or if you suspect that your child may be suffering from a more serious medical condition than occasional constipation, please consult your pediatrician or other health care professional.

NOTE: If your child has any sensitivity to wheat, psyllium, peanuts/tree nuts, do not give them a Gnu Bar.

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