- May help to curb hunger and increase energy
- Provides 15 grams of protein per bar
- Provides 5 grams of fiber per bar
- Only 160 calories per bar
- Helps promote optimal body composition
- Gluten free
- No trans fats or hydrogenated oils
- Only 3 grams of sugar per bar
Choice Brownies & Cream Energy Bar
With 15 grams of protein and 5 grams of fiber, Choice Energy Bars may help to curb your hunger and increase your energy, while giving you the nutrition you need, when you need it. While other nutrition bars might provide key nutrients, many also contain high amounts of calories, sugar and fats. Choice Energy Bars give you the nutrition you need with only 3 grams of sugar and 6 grams of fat, plus 40 percent fewer calories compared to leading nutrition bars on the market. Plus, Choice Energy bars are gluten free, with no trans fats or hydrogenated oils.
A convenient snack option, Choice Energy Bars provide a great nutritional alternative for active lifestyles, are a guilt-free treat made for everyone, and can be enjoyed anytime, anywhere.
Whether the goal is to help manage your weight, help maintain an active lifestyle, or just stay ahead of your hectic schedule, Choice Energy Bars are a nutritious snack alternative that can help you go the distance!
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product(s) is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Protein (Soy and Whey)
Protein is an important component of every cell in the body. Protein supports your body’s ability to build and repair tissues, as well as produce enzymes, hormones and other body chemicals. Protein is an important building block of bones, muscles, cartilage, skin and blood. Unlike fat and carbohydrates, the body does not store protein and, therefore, has no reservoir to draw on when it needs a new supply – therefore, you need to get it through diet or supplementation.
Clinical studies consistently show that high-protein diets increase satiety and decrease hunger compared with high-fat or high-carbohydrate diets. In addition, most of the studies reviewed showed that most people on high-protein diets consume fewer calories than the average person.
Diets higher in protein and moderate in carbs — along with regular exercise — are believed by experts to support cardiovascular health. Protein also helps the body maintain lean tissue while burning fat for fuel, and this happens without dieters being sidetracked with constant hunger. Researchers don't understand exactly how protein works to satisfy hunger, but some believe that protein causes the brain to receive lower levels of appetite-stimulating hormones.
Inulin Fiber (fructo-oligosaccharide extract of chicory root)
Dietary fiber is a key component of healthy eating, and studies show that the average American simply does not get enough from their typical diet.
Fiber supports numerous areas of health; it supports healthy digestion, helps maintain normal blood sugar levels and promotes cardiovascular health.
Inulin fiber is present in foods such as asparagus, chicory, garlic, Jerusalem artichoke and onion. In addition to the benefits above, inulin fiber also provides prebiotic fiber, a specific variety which acts as a food source for friendly bacteria. As such, inulin may help the body maintain balanced bacterial populations, further contributing to digestive health and immune function.
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Who should use Choice Energy Bars?
Anyone who is seeking a convenient alternative to high-calorie, low-nutrient fast food.
Do Choice Energy Bars assist in weight management?
Choice Energy Bars can be incorporated into a weight loss plan by providing a source of quality protein and fiber, as well as much-needed nutrients that can also provide weight management support.
Are Choice Energy Bars vegetarian?
Yes. Choice Energy Bars only utilize soy and whey protein, while their fiber component is produced from various cereal crops.
How often should I have a Choice Energy Bar?
Choice Energy Bars are especially useful as a snack between meals to help fight hunger and provide additional protein, fiber and nutrients. They can be enjoyed anytime.
Can I eat a Choice Energy Bar along with a meal?
Absolutely! Choice Energy Bars are great on their own, but can also be used as an after dinner dessert or as a nutritious addition to a salad, soup or sandwich.
Which other products are best combined with Choice Energy Bars?
This is ultimately a matter of your nutritional goals. Choice Energy Bars can be used in combination with dietary supplements. Someone interested in healthy muscle retention and anti-aging might use them along with Ultra Prime™ Secretagogue HGH Enhancer or Prime™ Ultimate Longevity Formula by Isotonix. Those seeking support for cardiovascular health may wish to combine these bars with Heart Health™ Essential Omega III Fish Oil with Vitamin E, while people seeking additional antioxidant protection may wish to use Choice Energy Bars along with Isotonix OPC-3.
Available in three great-tasting flavors, Choice Energy Bars are guilt-free treats designed to curb hunger and provide lasting energy. Designed to promote energy levels, Choice Energy Bars contain at least 13 grams of protein and five grams of fiber; and each are 160 calories or less. Whether the goal is to lose weight, help maintain an active lifestyle, or just stay ahead of a hectic schedule, Choice Energy Bars are a healthy snack alternative that can help you go the distance.
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Comments about Choice® by Market America Choice Brownies & Cream Energy Bar:
I do not like chocolate at all. I was desperate for a between cardio/lifting protein quick snack. These bars were the only thing in the pantry. I buy them for the kids to have something healthy as a snack at school. So I rip one open and take a bite. OH MY WORD! I LOVE LOVE LOVE them. Kids will have to fight them for me now.
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Comments about Choice® by Market America Choice Brownies & Cream Energy Bar:
I use these as a delicious snack between meals. They really take the edge off and help keep me going. Plus they are so yummy!