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04-02-2007 02:41 PM
laurie15 JPB,

Try just having a small handful of mixed nuts, with a few dried fruits chopped in. Or, as I mentioned earlier, make your own. It's so easy and that way, you can completely control it. Good luck!
04-01-2007 11:29 PM
JPB Thanks Laurie. All of the bars I'm currently eating (Larabars, Greens+, Organic Food Bars) have no added sugar but they all see to contain a fair amount of simple carbs. For example, the Larabar I'm looking at has 17g of sugar. Maybe this isn't a big deal since they're all natural but I'm trying to minimize sugar so that's why I was wondering what alternatives are out there.
04-01-2007 10:43 PM
laurie15 Larabars have no added sugar. They are just naturally occuring. It's quite easy to make your own.
04-01-2007 06:49 PM
JPB Hey all. Been adding a health food bar or two to my daily routine. One concern I have is that most of them are pretty high in sugar even if they are all natural (e.g., no refined sugars). Does anyone have any suggestions for any bars that are lower in sugar?



Thanks!

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