Thank you for your answers in advance. ^^
Kashi bars (I like the honey-almond-flax) are quite good, and have quite a bit of protein and fiber in them as well.
There quite a few organic brands out there that would be good as well.
I don't know how they compare to sugar levels found in a brand like Nature Valley, but I do know that the honey-almond-flax ones are sweetened with evaporated cane juice (raw sugar) and honey, so it's a bit more natural than the refined sugar and HFCS you'd find in most other brands (like Nature Valley).
I really like them because of the whole almonds and all the fiber. One of those with an apple, maybe a piece of cheese, is also a great light lunch.
Just have to mention Bora Bora Bars. They are at Costco or online
made by Wellements. Have no sugar/ no corn syrup -sweetened with Agave syrup-which they told me does not raise your sugar levels at a peaked rate.
Great for diabetics/ kids. They taste great and are totally organic. Cost is about a dollar a bar-pretty comprable to Lara or Luna Bars..
Yummie granola bars -
Peanut Peanut Butter Kashi Bar
Nature Valley PB - Oats;Honey Bar
Peanut Sesame Kind Bar drizzled w/ Chocolate
But there are other flavors! Those are just my favorite. (:
Cascadian Farm granola bars, Clif Z bars, and Odwalla bars are great.
My vote is for Kashi Chewy bars: lower in sugar, higher in fibre & protein = filling
I second the clif z bars - chocolate brownie is amazing! organic ingredients, and it tastes like a dessert to me!
My favorite granola is called Enjoy Life Granola. It is much less calories than most granolas although it is a bit crunchy.. For granola bar, my favorite is also clif z bars! Good luck! Whole Foods has a lot of great options for bars and granolas!
Granola: I like Bear Naked - I haven't found a flavour that I haven't liked thus far.
Granola bars: I like Fiber One oats & chocolate, Luna Bars (especially peppermint chocolate & peanut butter cookie), & Clif Bars.
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