Raw Revolution Bar Review
For those looking to consume more foods that are in their raw and natural state, look no further. These are one of the few, if not the only raw energy bar on the market. We love these for the fact that they have a very simple ingredient list comparable to Lara bars. The Raw Revolution Bars are organic (therefore non-GMO) and made from whole foods, plant-based ingredients. The base is primarily a fruit and nut base providing a nice mix of sugars and healthy fats for added energy, both long and short term. No refined sugars or refined oils.
The company does a small variety of flavors and all are gluten free, soy free, peanut free, vegan, and kosher. There is no use of artificial sweeteners or preservatives. If you didn’t have time to make your own oat bars for the next trip, check these out! A great alternative when you are short on time. Find out more from Raw Revolution.
- Made From Plant Basted Raw Foods
- Designed for energy/snack
- Easy to carry
- Certified organic
- Free of gluten, soy & dairy
- Non – GMO
- GREAT TASTE!
- A satisfying, sustaining snack without a crash later.
- On the Road/ at work
- Traveling/backpacking/hiking etc.
With over 25 products to choose from you are bound to find something to please! They recently made their bars slightly smaller bringing the calorie content down to around 200 calories which is a much better “snack” portion especially on long days when you are sitting the majority of the day. Some products do contain Spirulina, a ingredient we tend to stay away from but other than that we are all on board!
**The same disclaimer will accompany all of our energy bar reviews: While we prefer utilizing whole food products as much as possible, we also understand that life is busy and sometimes we need a little help. That’s where the energy bars come in. They are great to give your body a little nourishment when you need it most. Generally energy bars are intended to replace/fuel calories spent from intense exercise. They are a condensed source of calories from nuts and sugars and should be cautioned against relying on energy bars as meal replacements. Especially when at work in a sedentary environment where these calories can quickly add up.**