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New and Delicious, Almond Butter Filled, Cookie Bites With 35.7% Protein to Help Manage Weight and Build Muscle
Date:2/12/2010

The New cookie Bites are high protein (35.7% per serving), zero cholesterol and zero trans fats with a good source of fiber. These new delicious cookies are great for the athlete, the gluten intolerant, the diabetic, and the weight conscious.

Clara City, MN (PRWEB) February 10, 2010 -- With all this talk about obesity, empty calorie foods and the health problems associated with foods, it is refreshing to find a company dedicated to manufacturing snacks, cereals and cookies with consumers good health in mind. In fact, they have been doing it for the last 8 years, and more and more smart eaters are flocking to them every day. The company is Kay’s Naturals, and it’s President Ann Jones says “Our success is directly related to the fact that we are number one in taste in high protein and fiber products and they are nutritious and healthy for us, our children and our customers. I believe that food manufacturers must take responsibility for the well- being of their consumers.”

Well, the taste of the new line of Cookie Bites tells what the big commotion is all about. First of all, they taste unbelievably delicious. The cookie part is made of a crunchy soy protein pillow with almond butter injected inside. The combination of the flavors of almond butter with cinnamon or with honey (the two flavors they come in),
are to die for. Kay’s has received testimonials galore from people who have become die-hard fans. Second, the 35.7% of bursting protein in an ounce of serving, equaling the protein of 2.5 eggs, is enough to satisfy the biggest cravings. This is why they can be substituted for meals.

There is a whole population of athletes in the United States engaged in sports or workout routines who are looking for tasty, high protein, high fiber, low carbohydrate snacks to satisfy their hunger and help them build muscles. The Cinnamon or the Honey flavo
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