Nutrition expert, Heather Bauer, spiced things up on NBC New York by sharing the best foods to rev up your metabolism in time for summer and recommended KIND’s newest flavor, KIND Dark Chocolate Chili Almond as a sweet and salty to do so.
Marie Claire offered tips on how to become a smarter snacker at work and chose KIND Dark Chocolate Nuts & Sea Salt as a better-for-you option than a Snicker Bar when in need of a chocolate fix. Editors recommended keeping one in your desk drawer for a quick energy jolt before important meetings and presentations!
Nutrition expert, Tara Coleman, visited CW San Diego for National Stress Awareness Month to share the top stress-busting foods that help to lift your mood. Instead of carbo-loading in the morning, Tara recommended starting your day off with whole grains – like KIND Healthy Grains – to help boost feel-good serotonin levels!
Nutrition expert, Jackie Newgent, shared with Health a nutritious eating plan to help melt off additional weight before the official start of summer. Jackie recommended KIND Nuts & Spices as an on-the-go breakfast option to start your day off right!
Nutrition expert, Rebecca Scritchfield, visited ABC Washington to share healthy yet creative entertaining recipes. Rebecca put together to-die-for KIND bar and cheese pairings including a goat cheese and KIND Blueberry Pomegranate Pistachio combo – is it dinner time yet?
Seventeen editor, Amanda Elser, revealed her top five secret skin weapons and included KIND Nuts & Spices in her ‘never leave home without’ arsenal for flawless skin!
Parade confessed their obsession for PB&J and shared that they pack KIND Peanut Butter & Strawberry as a nuttier, tarter, more-portable version of the old sandwich staple in their vintage lunchbox.
Natural Health shared their favorite on-the-go energy bars and chose KIND Nuts & Spices as a delicious option that’s nutritionally-dense too!
Nutrition expert, Maya Nahra, visited AZTV Morning Scramble to remind viewers to read their nutrition labels! Maya debunked the confusion surrounding whole grain and multigrain products and touted KIND Healthy Grains as a granola at its finest made with some of the best whole grains out there!
Nutrition expert, Christina Meyer Jax, visited NBC Minneapolis to debunk misleading nutrition labels and suggested to viewers looking to incorporate more whole grains into their diet to not choose enriched and fortified foods and instead eat more true whole grains, like those found in KIND Healthy Grains!