This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Balance. All views and opinions expressed are my own.
Part of my life is driven by the goal to find balance -- balance between work and leisure, balance between work and family, balance between taking care of myself and taking care of my family, balance between staying on budget and striving for a higher standard of life... The list could go on and on. It's never easy to find the perfect balance in life, but there are baby steps we can take to make progress in the right direction. As a food lover, I believe that a balanced diet constitutes an important aspect of a balanced life.
Balance offers a snack option that allows us to crave freely and to feel good about it.
All three flavors are very tasty and not overly sweet. I thought I would love the Chocolate Peppermint Patty best, but the Dark Chocolate Pecan Turtle turned out to be my favorite. The pecan bits add texture and crunchiness to the rich and creamy chocolate bar. The Chocolate Peppermint Patty flavor is cooling and refreshing, while Dulce De Leche & Caramel tastes luxurious and indulgent. Packed with 5-7 grams of protein and 5-6 grams of fiber, each new Balance bar contains no more than 190 calories and is nutritionally balanced!
Balance bars not only make a fun-to-eat, wholesome snack, but also a convenient and nutritious breakfast item. They are great to eat directly or to pair with milk, coffee, yogurt, juice, and more. They are also easy to carry and consume while on the go. Thanks to Balance, there is no need to sacrifice taste for nutrition. You're one step closer to finding balance in life with this nutritionally balanced yummy snack!
Balance bars can be purchased at Amazon, CVS and select Walmart stores nationwide. Stay connected with Balance on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest for great tips and nutritional information.
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