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MAN Advanced Nutrition Chocolate Almond Gluten-Free Energy Bar

Great energy bars do not have to contain soy.  If you're gluten-free and can't eat soy, you should try this new gluten-free energy bar made by Ebars. 

MAN Advanced Nutrition Chocolate Almond Gluten-Free Energy BarThe main ingredients are almonds, honey, oats, flaxseed and pumpkin seed.  The sweetness of the bars is provided by coconut sugar and raspberry, and the himalayan pink salt ensures the bars are not too sweet.  I found that they satisfied my cravings for something chewy and delicious at the same time. 

In addition to being gluten and soy-free, they are also 100% USDA Certified Organic, Kosher, and Non-Dairy. 

For more information visit their site: www.ebars.com.

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Review written by Patricia Seeley.

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