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What is Real Food?

Posted by Kate's Real Food on 22nd Sep 2020

At Kate’s Real Food, you’ll hear us describe our energy bars and bites as ‘real food’ or filled with ‘whole food’ energy. What we mean is that we use foods that are closest to their natural state-- unprocessed or minimally processed foods that haven’t been and stripped of their nutrients.

Havard School of Public Health explains that “unprocessed foods include the natural edible food parts of plants and animals. Minimally processed foods have been slightly altered for the main purpose of preservation but which does not substantially change the nutritional content of the food.”

How Do I Start Eating Real Food?

If you aren’t sure if the foods you’re eating are considered ‘real food’, then take a closer look at your ingredients lists and nutrition facts with the different food groups (USDA My Plate) in mind:

  • Protein Foods
  • Dairy
  • Whole Grains
  • Nuts + Seeds
  • Fruits
  • Vegetables

Benefits of Real Food

We live in a world of convenience that pushes highly processed and harmful foods into our daily lives. At Kate’s, we believe that things should be simple-- and here are a few of the many benefits of eating a real food diet:

  1. Vitamins + Minerals

    Real foods are filled with their natural vitamins and minerals. When food is heavily processed, it can remove or destroy nutrients.

  2. Fiber

    According to the Mayo Clinic, fiber is mainly found in real foods like fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes. Our bodies require daily fiber for our digestive health and real food ingredients are the best suppliers.

  3. No Additives

    During processing, sugars, salts, and chemicals may be added to a food. These additives drive up the sugar content and can be harmful to your health. Choose foods that are sweetened naturally with foods like organic honey.

  4. Sustainability

    Producing and consuming processed foods creates a lot of waste. Choosing real food for your meals supports organic farmers and helps to reduce waste.

Kate’s REAL FOOD and Certifications

Our recipes are carefully crafted from wholesome ingredients and real food to provide you with natural, lasting energy and a great taste. Our products are USDA certified organic, non-GMO, gluten free, soy free, and contain no harmful additives. From our smooth nut butters to our organic fruits, you can taste the real-food difference. Check out our site to learn more about our real food ingredients and atry our bars today!

What is Real Food?

Posted by Kate's Real Food on 22nd Sep 2020

At Kate’s Real Food, you’ll hear us describe our energy bars and bites as ‘real food’ or filled with ‘whole food’ energy. What we mean is that we use foods that are closest to their natural state-- unprocessed or minimally processed foods that haven’t been and stripped of their nutrients.

Havard School of Public Health explains that “unprocessed foods include the natural edible food parts of plants and animals. Minimally processed foods have been slightly altered for the main purpose of preservation but which does not substantially change the nutritional content of the food.”

How Do I Start Eating Real Food?

If you aren’t sure if the foods you’re eating are considered ‘real food’, then take a closer look at your ingredients lists and nutrition facts with the different food groups (USDA My Plate) in mind:

  • Protein Foods
  • Dairy
  • Whole Grains
  • Nuts + Seeds
  • Fruits
  • Vegetables

Benefits of Real Food

We live in a world of convenience that pushes highly processed and harmful foods into our daily lives. At Kate’s, we believe that things should be simple-- and here are a few of the many benefits of eating a real food diet:

  1. Vitamins + Minerals

    Real foods are filled with their natural vitamins and minerals. When food is heavily processed, it can remove or destroy nutrients.

  2. Fiber

    According to the Mayo Clinic, fiber is mainly found in real foods like fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes. Our bodies require daily fiber for our digestive health and real food ingredients are the best suppliers.

  3. No Additives

    During processing, sugars, salts, and chemicals may be added to a food. These additives drive up the sugar content and can be harmful to your health. Choose foods that are sweetened naturally with foods like organic honey.

  4. Sustainability

    Producing and consuming processed foods creates a lot of waste. Choosing real food for your meals supports organic farmers and helps to reduce waste.

Kate’s REAL FOOD and Certifications

Our recipes are carefully crafted from wholesome ingredients and real food to provide you with natural, lasting energy and a great taste. Our products are USDA certified organic, non-GMO, gluten free, soy free, and contain no harmful additives. From our smooth nut butters to our organic fruits, you can taste the real-food difference. Check out our site to learn more about our real food ingredients and atry our bars today!