BY STEVE BORN
Energy and meal replacement bars are undeniably convenient - unwrap one, eat, drink some water along with it, and you're good to go, right? Well, perhaps this is true in the sense that you've temporarily satisfied your hunger. Ask yourself, though, if that energy bar you're consuming is truly benefiting you. Before you answer, take a look at the list of ingredients and nutrition facts. What you'll most likely discover after reviewing energy/meal replacement bar labels is that most of them are nothing more than glorified candy bars, loaded with refined sugars, saturated fats, trans fats, preservatives, and other ingredients that do nothing to support enhanced athletic performance or overall health.
Fortunately, you can still enjoy convenience while still eating healthy with Hammer Bars. They're a night-and-day difference from the glut of mass-produced, highly processed, and garbage-filled bars on the market. When you review the label ingredients, it'll be clear that you'd be hard-pressed to find a healthier food, let alone a healthier energy/meal replacement bar. That's why we're fond of saying that categorizing Hammer Bars as merely energy bars is a major disservice!
Take a look at the ingredient list for the hugely popular Apple Cinnamon Hammer Bar:
Certified Organic Ingredients: Organic Cashew Butter, Organic Dates, Organic Tapioca Syrup, Organic Rolled Oats, Organic Dried Apples, Organic Raisins, Organic Cinnamon
That's right, each and every ingredient is certified organic; you won't find any refined sugar, artificial ingredients, or preservatives in Hammer Bars. They're 70-100% raw, cold processed (not baked), alkaline-forming, and a good source of fiber, healthy fats, vitamins, enzymes, and other nutrients. Hammer Bars are gluten-free, GMO-free, MSG-free, and vegan-friendly. The texture of Hammer Bars is moist - they won't turn into a brick in cold weather - they're easy to digest, and the taste is utterly fantastic!
Sure, you can find plenty of cheap energy bars out there, but aside from the very real possibility that they may taste like cardboard (or worse), your main concern should be, Am I giving my body the nutrition it needs? Take a look at the ingredient list of the typical energy bar, and your answer will be a resounding No. While Hammer Bars may not be the least expensive bar on the market, the quality of the ingredients in them more than justifies the price. In fact, Hammer Bars are of such high quality - how many of us prepare a meal using such superior-quality ingredients? - that we're absolutely convinced that they are a bargain¦ we guarantee that you will as well!
Remember, the quality of the calories you put in your body ALWAYS counts, so don't let cost override quality. With Hammer Bars, you can be 100% certain that you are most definitely giving your body a super high-quality food source, whether you're using them as an occasional energy source during exercise, a meal replacement, or a nutritious snack.
ONLINE REVIEW: All of my lunches that don't involve family time, business meetings, or community events include 1-2 of your bars and Oatmeal Apple is my favorite. Regardless of the city or country, I can keep my breakfast and lunch consistent with nutrition that will fuel me up for the day and provide the energy to make the best out of every day. Thanks for the great quality products that allow me to spend less time thinking about what to eat and more time working towards goals and getting the most out of life.