Giuliana & Bill Rancic shared with iVillage some easy wellness tips in which Giuliana suggested eating natural foods and admitted she always has KIND bars in her purse to help steer her away from eating out of boredom!
Celebrity yoga trainer, Mandy Ingber, encouraged People’s readers to indulge in their senses by treating themselves to half a KIND bar as a post-yoga pick-me-up!
Fitness reminded its readers to keep their heart (at heart!) by offering super-simple steps to reduce chances of heart disease. Editors recommended snacks that offer nutrients and keep you satisfied and confessed that KIND Nuts & Spices bars, with 5-7 grams of fiber and protein, as one they are head over heels for!
Yogalosophy author, Mandy Ingber, shared with SheKnows her top 10 tips on how to be healthy and fit in which she recommended eating five to six meals a day to raise your metabolism. Mandy championed KIND bars as a healthy, low-sugar option if you are in need of a sweet treat.
Nutrition expert, Katie Cavuto Boyle, shared nutrition tips for runners with Philadelphia Inquirer and recommended eating a KIND bar post-race to get a good source of vitamin E for muscle recovery and magnesium to prevent cramping.
Contributing editor of Spry Living, Petra Kolber, visited the TODAY show to share tips on how to boost your energy levels. Petra recommended snacking on protein bars – like KIND bars – that don’t have refined sugars and additives to keep you going!
More’s health editor, Nicole Papantoniou, admitted she’s obsessed with KIND Nuts & Spices and considers the low-calorie treat the perfect late-afternoon snack to hold her over on her long bus ride home.
Nutrition expert, Deborah Enos, visited FOX Seattle to share some of the best food swap options for anyone considering going gluten-free. For breakfast, Deborah advised against granolas made with corn and recommended a more nutritionally dense option instead, like KIND Healthy Grains – made with a blend of 100% whole grains!
Good Housekeeping recommends keeping KIND minis in the car during road trips to keep kids – and grown-ups – happy when hunger strikes!