What do you typically look for when choosing a protein bar? High-quality protein should be a given, and taste typically comes next. But with new Lean Body® Bar you get so much more. As the Good for You Protein Bar, Lean Body® Bar is made with only "clean" natural, non-GMO and gluten-free ingredients. You won't find anything artificial or unnecessary here. Just wholesome goodness that fits perfectly into your healthy, on-the-go lifestyle.
Sure, we all want to lose weight and amaze our friends with our super-fit, toned body. Lean Body® Bar will help you eat "clean." But feeling great is just as important as looking great, and that's why we've gone to such great lengths to make the most nutritionally complete protein bar in existence. Lean Body® Bar is the "holy grail" of protein bars — it's delicious, high in protein, and packed with healthy superfoods like organic coconut oil, almond butter, plus probiotics for digestive health!
It all comes down to this: When you want a healthy, high-quality protein bar on-the-go, Lean Body® Bar has you covered. It's the "Good for You Protein Bar"™ that brings the best of whole foods to you in one delicious, nutritious snack.
The Good for You Protein Bar™ — and it tastes DELICIOUS
Made with only "clean" natural non-GMO ingredients
No artificial Flavors, Sweeteners, or Colors
High in Protein and Low in Sugar to support a lean body
Packed with Fiber, Superfoods, and Probiotics for enhanced health
16g Protein per Cookie. 10g Fiber per Cookie. Vegan. Baked Nutrition. The Complete Package: Non-GMO Project Verified. No Soy Ingredients. No Dairy Ingredients. No Egg. Kosher. No High Fructose Corn Syrup. No Artificial Sweeteners. 0g Sugar Alcohols. Sustainable Palm Oil.
We want only the best for our customers, which is why we’ve put so much research into the ingredients the body needs, as well as the ones it doesn’t. One such ingredient is gluten, and it’s found in so many other protein bars and foods everywhere. Gluten is the protein found in wheat, barley, rye, and triticale. It is estimated that up to 3 million Americans have celiac disease, a condition in which gluten triggers an immune response that damages the lining of the small intestines. Gluten sensitivity can cause similar symptoms to celiac disease, but without the intestinal damage.