What are Fruits of Life™ Summer Berry Food Bars?
Fruits of Life™ whole food antioxidant matrix food bars are organic, nutritious, and satisfying! Containing 6 organic fruits and made with whole, raw ingredients, Garden of Life’s Fruits of Life bars are a delicious combination of organic fruits, vegetables, nuts, and sprouted grains sweetened with honey. The result is an incredibly satisfying bar that provides antioxidants and live probiotics to support healthy digestion.
These delicious, naturally flavored bars are guaranteed to satisfy your appetite!
A Brief History of Fruits of Life™ Summer Berry Food Bars
Fruits of Life™ Summer Berry Food Bars are produced by Garden of Life, a company dedicated to providing healthy, extraordinary products that are designed to put you in control of your health.
Garden of Life was founded by Jordan Rubin after his recovery from Crohn's disease. He has authored many books which have chronicled his inspiring story, including the New York Times best seller, The Maker's Diet.
Garden of Life’s commitment to health is made possible by combining the best that nature and science have to offer. The result is the world's most effective nutritional products. Using their tools for healthy, many people have transformed their life and achieved a solid foundation of good health.
The Top 5 Reasons You Need Fruits of Life™ Summer Berry Food Bars
- Each bar contains the antioxidant activity of 4 servings of fruits and vegetables.
- Made with live probiotics to support healthy digestion.
- Each bar contains soluble fiber from oat beta glucan, an important ingredient for supporting a healthy heart.
- Provides 240% of the RDA of vitamin C.
- Made in the USA and certified Organic.
What are the Benefits of Fruits of Life™ Summer Berry Food Bars?
- All natural, no fillers or artificial ingredients.
- More fiber than 1 cup of blueberries.
- Contains soluble fiber from oat beta glucan, an important ingredient for supporting a healthy heart.
- Provides antioxidant activity equal to 4 servings of fruits and vegetables.
- Each bar contains live probiotics to encourage healthy intestinal flora.
- Naturally sweetened with honey to support healthy glycemic response.
- Each bar is 2.25oz (64g).
Why are Fruits of Life™ Summer Berry Food Bars Different?
- Contains 6 organic fruits.
- 100% vegetarian, non-GMO, and dairy free
- Does NOT contain fillers, coloring, or artificial ingredients of any sort.
- The antioxidants are derived from blueberries, cranberries, whole grape extract, and apple powder.
- Made with live probiotics.
- Made in the U.S.A.
What are the Top 3 Questions People Ask About Fruits of Life™ Summer Berry Bars?
1. Why is Garden of Life a company I should trust? Garden of Life is dedicated to empowering extraordinary health. Fruits of Life™ bars combine the nutrients of healthy whole foods with beneficial live probiotics and are sweetened with honey for a satisfying snack that is both delicious and nutritious.
2. Are Fruits of Life™ bars safe for those with food allergies? Persons with food allergies and sensitivities should be aware that Garden of Life organic food bars do contain almonds, cashews, coconut, soy, and wheat. They are manufactured in a facility that processes peanuts.
3. How many servings of fruit does each bar contain? Each bar contains 6 different organic fruits and is equal to 4 servings of fruit!
Start Enjoying Health and Delicious Fruits of Life™ Summer Berry Food Bars Today!
Natural sweetener that contains trace minerals, and rivals traditional refined sugar in terms of taste and nutrition. Also helps fight harmful organisms.
- Nut Butter Blend* (cashew*, almond*, sunflower seed*)
Nut butter blend of cashew, almond, and sunflower seed butters offers a wide range of fatty acids for skin support, immune system health, and hormone health. This nut butter blend is also extremely high in vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant, and contains a hefty amount of protein.
- Mixed berries* (blueberries*, cranberries*)
Berries are a great source of raw nutrition, containing a good amount of antioxidants, vitamin C, and fiber. Blueberries and cranberries, can add a strong nutritional punch in your day.
- Cane sugar*
Natural cane sugar is a better alternative to high fructose corn syrup.
- Sunflower oil*
Natural plant-based oil contains high amounts of vitamin E and essential fatty acids, including omega-3 and omega-6 fats.
- Sprouted Grain
Sprouted grains contain an abundance of released enzymes essential for digestion support. Many of these enzymes are also important for a variety of metabolic reactions in the body.
- Fermented Seed and Cereal Blend
Fermentation of seeds and cereals improves digestion and absorption of nutrients. Seeds and cereal grains contain valuable nutrients that can only be adequately absorbed when fermented and sprouted. This fermented seed and cereal contains valuable vitamin E, fiber, and antioxidants that support energy levels, cellular health, and overall wellbeing.
- Oat bran*
Oat bran is usually sought out for improving regularity, thanks to its high amount of soluble and insoluble fiber. It’s also high in iron and protein, and some research indicates it may be a good addition to a colon-healthy diet.
- Acacia fiber*
The acacia tree provides an abundance of natural fiber that works extremely well in natural foods. It is commonly used as a dietary fiber supplement, helpful for supporting digestion.
- Sprouted wheat*
Wheat, sprouted, releases valuable enzymes necessary for digestion and metabolism. Sprouted wheat is highly digestible and is better for nutrient absorption.
- Malted barley*
Malted barley is germinated and dried to increase enzyme concentration. Many of the enzymes that increase during the malting process convert the starches in barley into easily-digestible glucose, the preferred energy source for your cells.
- Sprouted barley*
Similar to malted barley, sprouted barley is soaked, dried, and sprouted to release enzyme availability, right down to reducing protease inhibitors. Barley also provides high amounts of vitamin B6, iron, and magnesium, which is responsible for healthy muscle function.
- Sprouted millet*
Millet, a gluten-free cereal grain, contains a number of B vitamins, iron, and zinc. Sprouted millet is also high in enzymes that may facilitate digestion and support cellular health.
- Sprouted lentil*
Sprouted lentil is high in fiber, protein, and phosphorous. Sprouted lentil releases enzyme inhibitors that naturally interfere with digestion of protein and starches. Lentils are also a good source of natural antioxidants.
- Sprouted soybean*
Soybean contains enzyme inhibitors which counteract the absorption of its naturally-occurring protein. Sprouting the soybean releases these inhibitors and makes it more digestible.
- Sprouted spelt*
Spelt has been a staple in the human diet since the Bronze Age, and it continues to be a popular grain all across the world. Sprouted spelt makes the grain easier to digest, ultimately helping preserve energy levels that would otherwise go toward the digestive process.
- Sprouted amaranth*
Amaranth contains lysine, an amino acid commonly missing in most grain products. Sprouting makes the lysine more bioavailable, and increases the digestibility of the food.
- Sprouted quinoa*
Quinoa contains all essential amino acids, making it an unusual complete protein. In its sprouted form, quinoa is digested more easily and nutrients are absorbed in an efficient capacity.
- Sprouted buckwheat*
Despite its name, buckwheat is in fact not related to wheat and is considered a gluten-free food. Buckwheat is high in protein, fiber, and relatively low in fat. Sprouting ensures easy digestion.
- Sprouted garbanzo bean*
Garbanzo bean contains mostly insoluble fiber, the type of fiber that is necessary for the health of the colon. Contains a high amount of amino acids, building blocks for protein. Since the legume is sprouted, the digestibility of the protein is greatly increased.
- Sprouted kidney bean*
Kidney beans are high in molybdenum, a nutrient helpful for detoxifying the body from sulfites, a common toxic preservative found in a variety of processed foods. Sprouted kidney beans are also high in fiber.
- Sprouted adzuki bean*
Derived from Asia and typically red in color, the adzuki bean offers a great source for zinc. Research shows zinc may be helpful for protecting cellular health due to its possible antioxidant properties.
- Sprouted flax seed*
Flax seed is one of the richest plant sources of omega-3 fatty acids and fiber. Sprouted flax is an excellent food for supporting regularity, and some research indicates it promotes normal lipid levels.
- Sprouted sunflower seed*
High in vitamin E, a potent antioxidant that supports immune, cellular, and skin health. Also high in protein and essential fatty acids.
- Sprouted pumpkin seed*
Pumpkin seeds contain high amounts of vitamin E, fiber, and zinc. These nutrients may be helpful for supporting healthy blood sugar levels as well as cholesterol. Sprouted pumpkin seeds are also an abundant source of enzymes necessary for a healthy metabolism.
- Sprouted chia seed*
Chia seeds are a great source of plant-based omega-3 fatty acids. Fatty acids, support cardiovascular and skin health. Chia is high in protein, and its high fiber content is great for satisfying an appetite.
- Sprouted sesame seed*
These sesame seeds are sprouted to release enzymes and maximize nutrient absorption. Nutrient-dense, high in copper, high in protein, fiber, and essential fatty acids, they’re a great way to maintain energy levels.
- Icelandic sea salt
Icelandic sea salt is produced using pure geothermal energy. The salt is produced by evaporating salt crystals without impacting the environment.
- Filtered water
Filtered water is free from impurities and chemical additives.
Sweet and sticky, dates hold more nutritional punch than your average dried fruit. High in fiber and rich in potassium, typically used as a whole-food replacement for refined sugar.
- Dried pineapple*
Dried pineapple offers more than just a sweet, tropical flavor. Pineapple contains bromelain, an enzyme that helps to digest and absorb protein. This popular fruit is also a good source of vitamin C and other antioxidants essential for immune function, the cardiovascular system, and skin health.
- Apple powder*
Apple powder is a good source of dietary fiber, and research shows apple powder may be helpful for supporting colon and heart health. In addition to its health benefits, apple powder offers a natural sweet taste in lieu of using refined sugar.
- Natural fruit flavor
Instead of using artificial flavorings, natural fruit flavor is derived from whole fruits to give a truly authentic fruity taste. Healthier option and passes through the body easily.
- Vegetable glycerin
Derived from palm, vegetable glycerin also imparts a warm sweetness, yet is low glycemic.
- Dried coconut*
A superfood loaded with healthy fat, coconut supports metabolism, a healthy weight, and normal cholesterol levels.
- Whole grape extract
Offers a high concentration of polyphenols, also known as antioxidants. Resveratrol is one of the most powerful antioxidants found in whole grape extract.
- Natural vanilla*
Extracted from natural vanilla beans, vanilla provides a more intense, sweet, and rich flavor.
- Garden of Life Extra Virgin Coconut Oil
EVCO is one of the best and most healthy oils available.
- Probiotic Blend (inulin, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacterium longum, Lactobacillus rhamnosus)
Probiotics are cultured in dairy which is generally consumed during the fermentation process.
- Soy lecithin*
Natural thickening agent made from non-GMO, organic soybeans.
* Certified Organic Ingredient, Vegetarian, Non-GMO
- Contains: Tree Nuts (Almonds, Cashew, Coconut), Soybeans, Wheat.
- May Contain Peanuts.
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