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Buy Luna Bars Online



Info: The Luna Mash-Ups are widely available in grocery stores or online at www.clifbar.com and Amazon.com. A single bar retails for about $1.79; a box of 15 bars is $20.85. Learn more online at www.clifbar.com/shop/product_line/luna-bar.




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Luna Bars were first introduced in 1999 by Clif Bar & Company. The bars were originally marketed to women, but the company has since broadened its marketing campaigns to include men as well. Luna Bars are produced out of California and Oregon locations. They are sold worldwide and can be found in grocery stores, health food markets, and online.


The company has also released a line of Luna protein bars, which are made with soy and dairy. These bars are marketed to athletes and people who are looking for extra protein in their diets. The Luna protein bars come in a variety of flavors, including Chocolate Peanut Butter, Cookies N Cream, and Salted Caramel.


Luna Bars Are Vegan Friendly: Luna bars were originally designed with the idea of providing women healthy on-the-go nutrition in a variety of flavors. They are made with organic ingredients, and many flavors contain 70% organic ingredients or more. The company is also a proud supporter of the non-GMO project.


No, Luna Bars are not gluten-free. The company has a line of Gluten Free Energy Bars that do contain gluten. These bars come in flavors such as Chocolate Cherry Torte, Banana Chocolate Walnut Bread, and Strawberry Crème Cake.


Pick up any snack bar in the supermarket aisle and use these criteria before you buy it. You can make the judgement about the relative health of these bars all on your own (don't take my word for it). The biggest problem is added sugar.


Some people are simply focussed on the amount of protein in the bar - BUT 9 grams of protein does not offset the grams of added sugar. All of us eat too much sugar and processed food (like snack bars) are a big source of added sugar.


Would I eat this instead of a candy bar? YES! I would because a candy bar is going to be around 30 grams so this is an easy choice. I think that is why you see LUNA BAR and other snack bars at the check-out aisle. People are grabbing them instead of candy bars.


Overall, I would avoid these and go with a bar that is packed with dried fruit and nuts like a KIND bar. The KIND bars are still too big BUT some of them have 5 grams of sugar and they taste like real food.


I have been on a mission forever it seems to find protein/snack bars that don't have the artificial sweeteners in them and still taste good enough that I would want to eat them. I have found YUP bars online, they are newest I have found. I should get my order today, it is hard to find them without artificial sweeteners and after a lot of elimination i realized that they are what was causing some of my digestive issues. If there are any suggestions for other bars please let me know. Can't do soy either so makes it harder too! Keep up the good work Lisa, love your posts!!


A good one I have found is Phyter bars. They are sold in the Chicagoland area at Whole Foods and some other locations and I believe online too. I would be curious about your take on them from a health perspective.


NUGO Slim bars are amazing! 3 grams of sugar, 17 grams of protein and 7 grams of fiber in the Crunchy Peanut Butter which is also vegan! These bars are my go to for breakfast or a sweet treat with coffee. They are available at my local supermarket ($1.89) or on Amazon. I also love chocolate brownie.


Larabars- yum! Unsweetened fruit, nuts, and spices. These taste great and have a nice texture as compared to some other bars. (Note: They *look* like they have more than the recommended sugar- but that comes from the dates) My dietician recommended them, and I haven't found a flavor I don't like yet! She always reminds us that not all sugars are created equal!


I believe that Luna Bars are meant as a meal replacement more than snack bar, but I may be wrong. I love the coconut chocolate one, and mostly eat that. My 6-year-old twins have Celiac disease and we literally tried every gluten free bar to try and replace the favourite snack before the diagnosis, which was the Quaker Dips granola bars. The only bars they have liked of the many we have tried have been Luna Bars. They each like different flavours, their faves are: Nutz Over Chocolate, Chocolate Cupcake, Smores, Peanut butter chocolate, Brownie Nut Bar, and Hazelnut.


Finding anything they can eat on the go or when we are out too long is VERY hard, so I am very grateful for these bars. I do consider them a small meal for them and plan as such. When I eat one, I don't get a sugar crash as I would with something too sugary. And I feel a sufficient energy boost that I really appreciate. Often when I have a busy day, I'll be fuelled by one of these and coffee for hours.


My dietitian recommended OatOmega bars as well. Really like them. Blueberry makes a quick carb/protein combo if you're in a hurry for breakfast; the chocolatey ones feel like dessert, esp. if you cut a half one into little pieces like mini candy bars.


Protein bars are broken into categories based on the purpose of the bar. Livestrong.com breaks them down into two categories. The first categories of bars are meal replacement bars, which are perfect for controlling portions and reducing calories. These are generally marketed as extremely high in protein and fiber, which will help you feel fuller longer. Celebrity trainer Jillian Michales recommends finding a meal replacement bar that is between 300 and 400 calories.


The other type of protein bars are the snack bars. These are smaller protein bars that simply help curb hunger in between meals. Snack bars should have no more than 250 calories. You can easily turn a snack bar into a meal replacement bar by eating something else with it. For example, 8 oz. of 1% milk + 1 Quest bar is 300 calories.


Protein bars have many benefits for travelers. Bringing along a meal replacement or snack bar will ensure you have something healthy (and filling) to eat if you encounter a flight delay or are running through the airport to catch a connection. Protein bars are also a great snack to have in the afternoon when you start craving sugar and may be tempted by the box of donuts sitting in on your meeting counter. Having a protein bar in your bag will also ensure you have something to eat if someone else if providing your lunch and it is not to your liking (like a box lunch at a conference).


Luna bars are also owned by the Cliff bar company but are slightly lower in calories. They are also gluten free, non-GMO and this time 100% organic. These come in two types of bars, regular Luna bars that have 180 calories, 7 grams of protein, 8 grams of fat and 21 grams of carbs and Luna protein bars, which have 170 calories, 12 grams of protein, 4.5 grams of fat and 22 grams of carbs. These come in boxes of 12 for $16.68 from Ralphs, Target or WalMart. Order a box of 15 Luna Bars on Amazon for $14.73 (one-time purchase) and $13.99 (monthly subscription).


These cookies are vegan, Kosher, non-GMO, contain no soy, no cholesterol and no trans fat. One serving (half a cookie) has 180 calories, have 8 grams of protein, 6 grams of fat and 24 grams of carbs. Eat the entire cookie as a meal replacement bar for 360 calories. The bars come in flavors like birthday cake and white chocolate chip macadamia nut. You can buy these cookies online for $12.99 for a box of 12 and they can also be purchased as single cookies from 7/11, Target, Vitamin Shoppe, bodybuilding.com, and Amazon.


These bars are different because they are non-GMO, 100% organic, vegan, and gluten-free. They run pretty small at about half the size of a normal protein bar but still have 11 grams of protein, 11 grams of fat and 21 carbs in 230 calories. They currently have six flavors on the market, including chocolate mint, chocolate cherry and chocolate peanut butter. They come in boxes of 12 for $29.99 on their website or $5.96 for a box of 4 on Amazon.com .Some other places you can find these bars are Sprouts and The Vitamin Shoppe.


As a person with a nut and peanut allergy, choosing foods to eat becomes pretty complicated. Granola bars, a generally accessible healthy snack, are particularly frustrating. Perhaps I'm biased, but do almonds really need to be an ingredient in every granola bar at Whole Foods? I don't think so, and this list I've made of delicious, healthy, nut-free granola bars that can be found at any Whole Foods is here to prove it.


While Luna Bars generally have nuts and peanuts, for whatever reason, there are some extremely random flavors (like S'mores and Lemon Zest) in which these pesky allergens don't make an appearance. We'll take what we can get, and luckily these flavors do the trick to satisfy any granola bar craving. And with 8 grams of protein, these bars can keep you going through a busy, tiring day.


NuGo, luckily for us, is absolutely killing it when it comes to providing nut-free options. This is a lighter, healthier version of the NuGo Dark Bars, with all the same benefits. Even more importantly, the subtle minty chocolate flavor makes for one of the best granola bars I've had in a while.


Everyone knows and loves Clif bars, but honestly, their crunchy version is underrated. That special crunch comes from a combination of rolled oats and whole grains that'll keep you full on your next adventure. Whole Foods regularly carries the above Chocolate Chip version, which, luckily, is the only nut-free variety of Crunch Granola Bar that exists.


I've truly never been happier to discover these bars on a recent Whole Foods trip, especially the Chocolate Banana flavor. Not only are all varieties made without peanuts and tree nuts, but the factories these are produced in are free of peanuts and tree nuts too. If you're seriously allergic or simply playing it safe, these should be your go-to option. Instead of having to order online, you can simply pick them up at your local Whole Foods.


For a brand that's famous for its fruit and nut bars, Kind was a pleasant surprise. While only the Breakfast Bars are featured on this list, several flavors of their Healthy Grains Bars are also nut-free. The reason I focus on these bars is because they're extremely filling and can be a healthy breakfast in its own right if you're in a rush, which can be otherwise hard to find with allergies. 041b061a72


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