Ah, refreshing citrus! There's nothing quite like it. Nor is there a fruit quite like the orange. Beyond being the star flavor of the Fiber d'Lish Orange Cranberry bar -- which just so happens to be our Flavor of the Month -- an orange can pack a nutritional punch that makes its mark in vitamins and nutrients. Our infographic below highlights some of the amazing health benefits of oranges.
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"You are what you eat." It's not just a silly idiom. What you eat determines what nutrients are available for your body to do its job, and affects how you'll feel throughout the day.
But how you feel is also largely dependent on how well you digest what you eat. Having healthy digestion is a big part of making sure your body can use the good nutrients you take in, and get rid of the toxins and waste you don't need. Use these easy tips to improve digestion and help yourself feel even better in your body!
At NuGo Nutrition, we always used the best, most natural ingredients we can find, so that you can be most naturally—and gloriously—you. We searched the world for suppliers of top quality Non-GMO ingredients for Fiber d'Lish bars, are we're proud to have earned the Non-GMO Project Verified stamp of approval! If you're looking for a Non GMO fiber bar, Fiber d'Lish is perfect for you.
What does the Non-GMO verification mean for you? It means you don’t have to worry that less-than-scrupulous ingredients are sneaking into your favorite flavors when you aren’t looking. It means the fondness you have for Fiber d'Lish has even more reason to grow into a strong, heart-healthy relationship. It means we care about what you put in your body, and you can trust that we've got your back. And—if we’re going to get technical—it means that Fiber d'Lish bars are free of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs). Despite being banned or restricted in more than 60 countries worldwide, GMOs may be found in up to 80% of processed food in the United States, according to the Non-GMO Project.
GMO foods are made when biotech companies use genetic engineering to introduce different or additional genes into the DNA of crops to add a desired trait—like extra color or plumpness, or pesticide resistance. (Sounds a bit Frankenstein-like, right?) Bacteria and viruses are used to introduce the new genes, creating unnatural and potentially unstable genomes.
Because the long-term effects of consuming GMO-containing foods have not been determined, NuGo is passionate about keeping Fiber d'Lish bars pure and wholesome.
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