"Aim to get in carbs with protein to refuel your muscles and help build them back up after a run" says says Megan Robinson, RD, a sports dietician and RRCA-certified run coach. Robinson suggests going for a snack with a 3:1 carb-to-protein ratio (or as close to that as you can) and having it within about 30 minutes of your finish. A glass of chocolate milk with do, but so will these delicious bars, all made of wholesome ingredients."
"The texture is all fresh crunch, with no sticky gooiness to get stuck in your teeth and not a hint of unnatural, powdery aftertaste. This is also the only bar that we tested that has 100% organic ingredients."
"This organic health bar is made with all-natural ingredients and is seriously delicious."
"Kate’s Real Food bars deliver everything we expect in a high-quality energy bar. They’re well-balanced, nutrient-dense, and 100% organic to boot. Plus, they taste great without the weird artificial aftertaste found in lesser bars."
"Former ski bum Kate Schade was always on the move between long days on the slopes and late nights waiting tables. After searching far and wide for a healthy energy bar, she surrendered only to form Kate’s Real Food."
"We are vouching for these energy bars from Kate’s Real Food as they are the tastiest energy snack we’ve ever tried. The hand rolled bars were created by Kate Schade as fuel for her backcountry skiing adventures in Jackson Hole in the late ’90s and came to market in 2010. The bars are all organic, gluten free, non-GMO, and kosher."
Today, Kate’s Real Food makes six delicious, hand-rolled flavors of energy bars with a great-taste guarantee and no artificial sweeteners. From the Peanut Butter Milk Chocolate Tram Bar, to the Dark Chocolate Cherry Almond Handle Bar, each one is certified organic, gluten free, non-GMO, and Kosher.