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Bumble Bars: The Perfect Treat for Busy Bees

BumbleBar, Inc.
3808 N. Sullivan Road, Bldg. 12, Ste. P
Spokane, WA  99216
Ph: 509-924-2080
F: 509-931-5000
www.bumblebar.com

By Linda Pliagas

With families juggling so many responsibilities today, it’s difficult for children and adults alike to eat healthy. BumbleBars makes it easy to get essential nutrients on the run.

BumbleBars, made with peanuts and sesame seads (accented with vanilla and cinnamon), are organic energy bars. These snacks are gluten-free and cholesterol-free, vegan and provide high fiber. BumbleBars are certified organic by the Washington Sate Department of Agriculture.

With flavors like Lushus Lemon, Chai with Almonds, Chocolate Crisp, Tasty Tropical and Chunky Cherry, Bumble Bars not only satisfy a person’s craving for goodies, but they also replenish the body with lost nutrients.

Some BumbleBars are sweet, some are tangy, all are crunchy, chewy and yummy. They provide an instant surge of energy to help children tackle tough homeschool assignments and parents handle rambunctious children and/or extra busy days.

Because they are small to carry and quick to consume, BumbleBars are perfect for travel, says Glen Ward, the owner of BumbleBar, Inc. “The fiber makes the children feel full, and makes them whine less.” he explains, adding, “The most kid friendly bars seem to be Lushus Lemon and Chunky Cherry.”

One of the key ingredients in Bumble Bars are flax seeds, which contain life-enhancing Omega 3 Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs). Flax seeds have been proven to reduce high levels of cholesterol, they also help regulate sugar levels.

Ward says that taking BumbleBars along on travel is a great way to keep children “regular in an unfamiliar environment, avoiding uncomfortable stomach issues.”

Flax seeds also contain an abundance of Omega 3 Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs), which helps maintain healthy cell structure and protect against numerous diseases, such as heart problems, cancer, arthritis and more.

In fact, studies indicate that lower levels of EFAs can result in a variety of issues, such as learning disabilities, behavioral problems and sleep disorders. 

Children with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) have lower levels of essential fatty acids than their counterparts, studies have shown.

Eating BumbleBars may help bring EFA levels back to normal, as they contain high levels of these essential elements. The right level of EFAs can bolster energy levels, improve hormone regulation, improve immunity and reduce stress.

Other ingredients in a BumbleBar include: Organic sesame seeds, organic brown rice syrup, organic evaporated cane juice, organic peanuts, organic flax seeds, organic vanilla extract, organic cinnamon, sea salt, natural vitamin e and organic sunflower and/or sunflower oil.

Each BumbleBar contains 230 calories and contains the following nutrients: Vitamins A, B6, C, E, folate, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, niacin, phosphorous, potassium, sodium, thiamin, zinc and riboflavin.

With such high nutritional value and so many delicious varieties to choose from, BumbleBars are essential treats to stock in a busy homeschooler’s snack drawer.

BumbleBars are available for purchase online (www.bumblebar.com); a 10 percent discount is given on orders of $100 or more. These nutritious snacks are also sold in a variety of health food stores around the nation. Please visit their website and click under “Dealer Info” for a list of stores that carry BumbleBars. For more information, visit: www.bumblebar.com
LP

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