Sunday, September 11, 2011

Clif Kids ZBars are a lifesaver for moms!

My son Kyle seems to always be snacking.  He's famous for "starving" just an hour or two after eating a meal and it always seems to be at the worst time.  I can't even count how many times he's declared he was starving while we were in line for a ride at Disneyland or in the car on the way somewhere.  I learned a few years ago that I had to keep snacks in my purse for him or the day could spiral downhill - fast!  It makes me laugh because he eats so much each day but spreads it out through the day and must have a fantastic metabolism because he is definitely slender.  Okay ... so the fact that he is constantly on the go might have something to do with it...

Granola bars are great, but there isn't much nutrition in most of them.  A few years ago another mother turned me on to the Clif Bars - ZBars made for kids.  Kyle loves them and they have also become a staple addition to his school lunches.  I'm always trying to sneak added nutrition in to everything I can, so the ZBars have been a great addition.

Recently Clif Bar sent me samples of the Clif Kid ZBar Crispy.  Kyle absolutely loves them and now asks to have them in his school lunches too.  Each bar has 110 calories, is low in sugar and is made with organic ingredients.  I unfortunately am not able to taste them to give you my opinion because they have oats in them (and yeah... that pesky oat allergy strikes again!). 

Clif Kid ZBar Crispy come in three yummy flavors - Chocolate Chip, Chocolate and Peanut Butter flavors - all ones that kids love!

Thanks Clif Bar for creating another super yummy and healthy snack bar for my kids!

*Note I recieved products to facilitate the writing of this post.


find doctor September 19, 2011 at 10:53 PM  

It's not only story of your son. All children behave like this. So don't worry about this.

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