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Good Greens Bars: Dr. Bruce Tested & Approved!

Tasty, nutritious, and reasonably-priced nutrition bars hit the market!

Shout out to anyone and everyone who is looking for a good tasting, highly nutritious, and reasonable priced nutrition bar!  I found it.  Good Greens bars! If you are tired of insufferable medicine tasting, Sahara Desert dry and/or raw cookie dough consistency bars—go Good Greens.

Good Greens bars are chock full of every important nutrient known to man, and check in at about 195 Calories per bar.  To be a little more specific, each bar contains thoughtful amounts of antioxidants, probiotics, vitamins, trace minerals, phytochemicals, Omega 3’s, dietary fiber, green tea and acai berry extracts, and much more.  They also have a very interesting proportional (percentage) balance of carbohydrate, fat and protein:  40%-36%-24%.  This energy “footprint” obviously contributes to the bars’ low glycemic index—eat a bar and feel full, and fully satisfied!  And, have I mentioned that they taste really good—you can really taste the berries in the Wildberry bar–and are very reasonably priced.

Why am I so interested in nutrition bars?  As a 50-something year old endurance athlete—currently logging 60+ weekly running miles on the road, 2-3 miles in the water, and another hour or so of assorted cross training—I am always on the look out for new post-exercise “recovery” foods, as well as healthy, and tasty, grab-and-go energy boosters.  As I’m writing, I just had a bar about 20 minutes ago.  I’m full, I’m satisfied, and I’m confident that I’ve consumed a VERY nutritious bar—a great way to replenish/refresh myself after just finishing 10 (running) miles about 30 minutes ago.

Good Greens bars have caught my attention, my taste buds, and my professional “seal of approval”—Dr. Bruce endorsed and recommended!  Bon appétit.

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