FitSugar recommended stashing KIND bars, chock-full of healthy fats and protein, in your desk when you feel like nibbling to curb hunger healthfully.
Nutrition expert, Karin Hosenfeld, visited FOX Dallas to share healthy meal ideas kids can make themselves this summer. Karin shared examples of do-it-yourself breakfasts and recommended pairing a KIND bar with a piece of fruit as a balanced breakfast kids will love!
Nutrition expert, Ali Miller, shared with FOX Houston five ingredients to avoid in your diet and recommended steering clear of bars made with artificial sweeteners by snacking on low-sugar KIND Nuts & Spices bars instead – made with all-natural ingredients you can see and pronounce.
Nutrition expert, Amy Shapiro shared with Redbook her tips for feeling healthy and fit without having to lift a finger! Amy recommended carrying snacks like KIND bars for those times when hunger hits to avoid resorting to unhealthy options.
Celebrity yoga teacher, Mandy Ingber shared with Glamour that her go-to snack to fuel up on before yoga class is KIND Nuts & Spices bars. She praises that “they are so convenient for my on-the-go lifestyle, delicious and made with ingredients you can pronounce (and see)!”
In an interview with InStyle, celebrity yoga trainer, Mandy Ingber, recommended its readers eat light, choose foods that are whole foods and stick to snacks like KIND bars – made with ingredients you can see and pronounce!
Nutrition expert, Deborah Enos, visited NBC Seattle to shed light on which gluten-free products pack more nutritional value than others. Deborah shared that her go-to gluten-free granola is KIND Healthy Grains – made with high quality ingredients including quinoa, buckwheat and millet!