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Product Review: nimble by Balance Bar

Updated on August 27, 2011

Are you always on the lookout for nutrition bars that taste as great as they are good for you? The folks at Balance Bar have introduced the nimble bar to the market. This unique bar is the first women’s nutrition bar that is designed specifically to incorporate nutrients necessary for beauty as well as those necessary for physical health in the same bar.

About nimble by Balance Bar

If you’re looking for a great-tasting nutrition bar that meets the unique needs of health and beauty conscious women, it’s hard to beat the benefits of nimble. Brought to market by well-known nutritional product company Balance Bar, these tasty treats offer a 40/30/30 ratio of carbohydrates, protein and fat and they provide nutritional benefits that women can’t get in any other bar.

The nimble product line is designed for health-conscious women who want a simple way to make sure they’re getting the nutrients they need to look and feel their best. According to Erin Lifeso, Director of Marketing for Balance Bar, “Many women on the go have little time to think about nutrition and the effect it can have on how they look and feel. nimble’s clinically supported formula takes healthy snacking a beautiful step forward.”

These tasty nutrition bars are packed with a unique combination of ingredients necessary to keep you body healthy and your skin looking great, including protein, fiber, calcium, iron, folate and more. Balance Bar’s selection of nimble nutrition bars are fortified with healthful antioxidants, beta carotene and FloraGLO ® Lutein. They’re also a great source of Vitamin B6 and Vitamin D, along with other important vitamins and minerals.

The way that nimble bars are sweetened also contributes to the scope health benefits the bars have to offer – as well s their great taste. That’s because there are two things that you won’t find in nimble bars are processed sugar and artificial sweeteners. Instead, nimble bars are sweetened with all natural Truvia, a zero calorie sweetener made from stevia leaves. This means that nimble bars have a sweet flavor without the blood sugar impact of sugar and without the risks associated with chemical sweeteners.

Interested in Trying nimble?

Tasty and healthful nimble bars are available in two flavors: yogurt orange swirl and peanut butter. They are available in 1.16 ounce bars and are sold with a suggested retail price of $1.69 per bar. They are also available in convenient boxes of 12 bars. Order from Amazon or and watch for the bars to appear on the shelves of your favorite supermarket or health food store. Learn more on the nimble Facebook page.

Note: Thanks to Balance Bar for sending me samples of the nimble bar for review.


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