Dr. Clyde Bars
There is no such thing as a healthy energy bar. This bar is healthier than the ones on the market advertised as being AMAZINGLY healthy, but being the healthiest does not make it healthy. No matter how chunky the ingredients look to you, there MUST be a significant amount of ground up flour, syrup, mashed up dried fruit (which digests almost as fast as syrup), or all of these, just to HOLD a bar together. If you want the healthiest bar possible, use EQUAL PARTS whole grain flour with some raw steel cut oats mixed in, mashed-up fresh fruit with a little honey (NOT agave) to taste, chunky nut butter (of any nut), and blended vegetables, ALL MASHED UP and rolled into 1-inch diameter balls so that they bake at lower temperature in a shorter time than a bar would (reduces oxidation during baking). These are 40-Calorie spheres I used to call "Planets". If you want to bake it as bars that is fine too. If you want the best I can put together for you from a company with a longer shelf life than the fresh foods, order the Dr. Clyde bar and eat 1/2 at any one time, preferably with vegetables at the same time, or an entire bar all at once during or right after exercise.
One bar contains cherries and semi-sweet chocolate, while the other contains blueberries and organic cranberries. Both bars contain organic oats, raw almond butter, organic blue agave nectar, organic flax meal, soy nuts, organic walnuts, organic crispy rice (organic brown rice flour, organic evaporated cane juice, sea salt, organic molasses, organic bran extract), vanilla, and salt. The nutrient information is nearly the same for the 2 bars and averages at 240 Calories (108 Cal of which is fat), 12 g fat (1 g of which is saturated), 0 cholesterol, 62 mg sodium, 29 g carbohydrate (5.5 g of which are fiber and 14 g sugars), and 8 g protein.
Box contains 12 bars