There are three things we love about KUTOA bars: they help children in need, they're made with clean ingredients, and they're delicious.Read More
When you take a trip to the grocery store to purchase snack food, you are very likely to encounter shelves of options that will ease those hunger pangs in the most delightful way possible. But will they making you feel any better?
Upon closer inspection of the ingredient list and nutrition information, you’ll find that many are loaded with high levels of sugar--much more in fact you reasonably need at any time of day. The high sugar content mixed with other processed food may leave you less energized and feeling tired.Read More
The beauty of the forests inspire many over the holidays or on weekends to head out onto a hiking trail. It’s a great escape and with extensive trail networks, you can take flat meandering walks to relax or climb up steep peaks to test your fitness. Regardless of the type of trail you choose, being in the wilderness, even for a short time, has been linked to several health benefits.
First, it may make your brain function more efficiently. Studies show that children who play in forest environments have better cognitive function. Second, scents of the forest may reduce stress. Kyoto University scientists concluded that being in the forest may decrease the risk of psychological diseases. Lastly, studies at Nippon Medical School in Tokyo found that walking in the forest may boost immunity to chronic illness, even cancer.Read More
Summertime is an amazing adventure -- new places to explore, activities to try and food to eat. It's even more fun when you can combine all into one. The road is paved with sunshine and blue skies where new experiences await, it only takes the right kind of energy for the adventure to begin. It starts with your mind, but is driven by what you eat.
For the outdoor devotee who needs smart healthy fuel this summer, Hi-FiBar has solved the equation and done it in the best way possible. Whether it’s Smoked Paprika, Lemon Zest Blueberry, or the original Coconut Cranberry, each bar is loaded with five to six grams of protein and six to seven grams of fiber.Read More