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    Health Warrior Acai Berry Chia Bar (Gluten-Free)

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    I tried an Acai Berry Chia Bar today that is made by Health Warrior, and was pleasantly surprised. This chia bar is 100% natural and has a nice chewy texture that is also crunchy at the same time, which makes for an interesting combination.

    The bar is packed with chia seeds to the point where it contains 1,000mg of Omega-3's, four grams of fiber, and three grams of protein...and yet contains only 100 calories and 15g of carbs! 



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    For those of you who like to have a quick, healthy snack on hand, this bar is an excellent choice.

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    Hi there - 
    I'm always looking for a celiac-friendly, low-sugar, real food bar for eating at the office. -- I understand this review is from a number of years ago. However, I was just on the Health Warrior website. A number (not all) of their chia bar flavors list that the product is produced on the same lines that use wheat, etc. Same statement is listed for their superfood protein bar. -- However, their pumpkin seed bar does not list wheat. -- Am wondering if anyone with celiac disease can comment whether they can safely eat any / all of these bars without reaction. Thank you! 

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