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  • Latest Snack Obsession: Homemade Carrot Fries!
    Carrot fries should be the unsung hero of roasted fries. Replace french fries with carrot fries and add a hint of paprika for great taste and nutritional benefits such as vitamin
  • Muscle Gain on a Plant-Based Diet
    While everyone knows about whey protein or creatine for fast muscle building, did you know that pea protein can be just as effective? Muscle building on a plant based diet is possible for all types of
  • How to Make Veggie Chips (Kale, Sweet Potato, Beets, Zucchini and Banana)
    How to make veggie chips from kale, zucchini or carrots in a few easy steps.
  • Pea Protein: The Little Green Legume & Why You Should Start Consuming it Now
    Pea protein is a superior form of protein compared to whey, brown rice or soy. Not only does pea protein digest more easily, but it promotes weight loss and muscle building. Pea protein found in Real Food Bars combines the benefits of an environmentally sustainable protein in a bite sized
  • 10 backpacking food mistakes
    10 backpacking food mistakes and top foods to pack to maximize nutrition on the trail in a lightweight backpack. Our favorite foods on the trail.
  • Is Sugar Alcohol Bad for You?
    Sugar alcohols often found in "health foods" can have several negative effects such as bloating, weight gain, nausea and are poorly metabolized. A safer option is organic clover honey which has been shown to be good for athletes' muscle recovery and for sustained
  • 3 Training Hacks Using Honey
    Saturated fats get a bad rap. In fact, healthy fats like coconut oil can quickly convert fat into energy. Other protein-rich ingredients in Real Food Bar include quinoa and sunflower lecithin which is an excellent
  • Review: Thank goodness for Real Food Bar 🙂
    Thank goodness for Real Food Bar. Kaylee Pauley, founder of Lemons and Basil shares her review and how she incorporates the bars into her kids' lunches.
  • The Challenges of Starting a Food Business & Launching in Austin, TX
    Starting a food business can be hard. Sean and Anna Sullivan tell their story starting a plant based protein bar company in Austin, TX on the podcast, What's Brewing
  • Healthy Fats for Energy Conversion
    Saturated fats get a bad rap. In fact, healthy fats like coconut oil can quickly convert fat into energy. Other protein-rich ingredients in Real Food Bar include quinoa and sunflower lecithin which is an excellent
  • Guest Post: To Dairy-Free or Not?
    We're exploring the benefits of a dairy free diet and if it is right for everyone. You'll hear from Addie Abohosh, R.D. on the nutritional science behind going dairy free and things to consider when choosing dairy products.
  • Wrapper Stories: Kahana Bay, Hawaii
    Kahana Bay is an incredible short hike for beginners looking for amazing views of the bay and islands while being a short distance of
  • What is Intermittent Fasting and How Does it Work?
    What is Intermittent Fasting and How Does it Work? What Should You Consume Before and After a Fast? Is it Safe for Women to
  • Healing AutoImmune Diseases through Plant-Based Diets
    What is an Autoimmune Disease? Why is it more common in women? What foods should you avoid with an autoimmune disease and what is the autoimmune protocol
  • Our Charitable Partners
    We recently got a chance to give back to our local community by partnering with an anti-human trafficking organization called AWOL. AWOL stands for All Worth of Love. All Worthy of Love is a justice focused non-profit that reaches out to men and women enslaved by street-prostitution. They work in a three stranded cord; prevention, rescue,
  • Our Favorite Wellness-Focused New Year’s Resolutions for 2019
    Our favorite wellness resolutions for 2019 allow you to stick to your goals, easily eat proper nutrition and build on healthy habits that
  • 7 Must-See Routes for Trail Running Around the World
    Next time you're traveling, work in a run on these top 7 must see trail routes around the world.
  • Upcoming Events!
    Upcoming Events!   We’ve partnered with Move Mountains Apparel on their first California hike! Join the crew as they take on Echo Mountain in Altadena, CA at 10am on January 13th!  Dogs are welcome to join on a beautiful 4.9 mile hike. Sponsored by Real Food Bar and Move Mountains Outdoor Apparel.   Register
  • 15 Simple Ways to Eat More Plants!
    15 simple ways to incorporate more plants into your diet through healthy meals and snack options.
  • 5 Tips to Stay Healthy this Holiday Travel Season
    Its the most wonderful time of the year. Unfortunately, it is also the busiest time of the year. Like most of us, you may be traveling by plane, train or automobile long distances this season to be with loved ones and there’s nothing worse than that point in the trip when han-gry seriously sets in.
  • Are Carbs Bad for You?
    Carbs make you fat….okay, not really. All the trendy diets are saying it, so it must be true right? It’s all the buzz right now especially with keto, Atkins and Paleo touting low carb diets. But you know better. After all, it’s hard to call all carbs bad when vegetables are carbohydrates, and so are
  • What the Hey, Whey? Pea Protein vs. Whey Protein
    It turns out that the humble pea is a power-packed veggie protein worth your attention; especially if considering an alternative to whey protein.
  • Join our Ambassador Program!
    Are you an adventurer? Do you eat healthy, love the outdoors, and inspire others to to do the same? Are you looking for a great brand to work with? We are looking for people, just like you! What Ambassadors Receive: Our ambassadors receive : a sweet discount to use monthly opportunities to get Real Food Bar
  • What to Pack on a Day Hike
    1. Appropriate footwear. For a short day hike that doesn’t involve a heavy pack or technical terrain, trail shoes are great. For longer hikes, carrying heavier loads, or more technical terrain, hiking boots offer more support. 2. GPS and/or map A map and compass not only tell you where you are and how far you have to go, it
  • Keto vs. Low Carb Dieting
    We’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about the difference between a ketogenic diet and a low-carb diet. How are they different? Is one better than the other? Which one should you do? Great questions. Keto and low-carb are indeed different, and as with most everything in nutrition, one isn’t better than the other. Which
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