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YummySnacks are Gluten-Free Snacks Made with Real-food Ingredients

After years of watching her two children become junk food addicts, YummyHealth founder Lisa Goldbaum started searching for healthier snack options that her kids would actually enjoy eating without a fight. She was disappointed to find that most so-called "healthy" snacks on the market contain as much sugar and processed starch as the regular commercial varieties, while the truly healthy snacks weren't appetizing to kids.

YummySnacksThis inspired Lisa, a former journalist, to investigate creating what would eventually become YummySnacks®—snacks made with real-food ingredients that are better for kids but still taste great and can be swapped in for their favorite junk.

YummySnack® Bars™ are the "better-than-candy" bars. They're made of wholesome, natural ingredients like flaxseed, coconut, natural peanut butter and cocoa—yet still taste like your kids' favorite candy bars! This is why we love them and we know you will too:

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  • Gluten-free
  • Low Sugar
  • High fiber
  • Protein
  • Omega 3s
  • All YummySnack® products are made of real ingredients with absolutely nothing artificial!
  • All natural colors and flavors
  • No high-fructose corn syrup
  • No artificial preservatives
  • No trans fats or hydrogenated oils

To ensure that YummySnacks® are up to kid standards, she runs every product by the "Yumsters Panel," which includes her own kids as well as those of family, friends and neighbors!

Lisa hopes that with YummySnack products she will be able to greatly increase parents' awareness nationally of how critical it is to reduce their kids' sugar and processed starch intake—and how mmuch easier it can be when you have yummy-but-healthier options on hand!

For more information, visit www.yummyhealth.com

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It is too bad that so often a full panel isn't done. Glad your appointment got moved up and hopefully you will get a clearer answer from the GI. Do keep eating gluten until the celiac testing is done. Once the testing is done do give the diet a good strict try. Hang in there.

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Thank you all very much. I actually cried when I got the answer. I wanted an explanation that I could "fix." Now I'm back to thinking I'm just weak and possibly crazy. I know I'm not crazy, but you know.

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