We love Kellogg’s Live Bright Brain Health Bars

kelloggs live bright barsThis week, we love Kellogg’s new Live Bright Brain Health Bars. For those who want to consume the right amount of essential fatty acids like DHA-3 (Docosahexaenoic acid) but don’t like the taste of fish, a natural source of these healthy fats, then look no further than Kellogg’s Live Bright Brain Bars.

DHA plus eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), another essential fatty acid, are believed to have beneficial effects in reducing cardiovascular disease and other chronic conditions. DHA, in particular, is found in the brain where it is  needed for mental clarity and development and visual acuity and is different from a-linolenic acid (ALA) which is found in flax seed, walnuts and canola oil. Low levels of DHA have been found in children with ADHD and DHA was found to reduce inflammatory markers in men who are at risk for heart disease.

Kellogg’s Live Bright Brain Bars contains 100 mg of DHA which is one-third of the 300 mg of DHA/ EPA recommended by the American Heart Association. The bars come in two flavors: Double Chocolate and Dark Chocolate Vanilla (DietsInReview LOVES both flavors). Each bar contains 150 calories, 3 grams of fiber, 6 grams of protein and 20 percent of the recommended daily needs of Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Folic Acid, and Vitamins B6 and B12. But keep in mind they are a bit high in saturated fat (3.5 grams) and sugar (15 grams) and they do contain less than .5 grams of trans-fat, so while we love the taste and nutrition factor of these bars, don’t go too overboard with them.

The bars are longer and thinner than your average granola or energy bar, and one box only contains a mere four bars. Each bar has a chewy texture (kind of like  a Tootsie Roll), rich taste and is not overly sweet like many nutrition bars are. You can find Kellogg’s Live Bright Brain Health bars at major drug stores and Amazon.com.

One Response to We love Kellogg’s Live Bright Brain Health Bars

My name is Diane Talbert. I am asking for your help with a cause that means a lot to me. On October 4, 2009. I will be participating in the Washington, DC National Psoriasis Foundation “Walk To Cure Psoriasis”. The purpose of this walk is to spread awareness about psoriasis, while raising money for psoriasis education, advocacy and research. According to the National Institutes of Health, as many as 7.5 million Americans have psoriasis. I am asking you to help me make a difference in the lives of those affected by this disease.
Psoriasis is a common, chronic, non contagious skin disease that causes red, scaly patches, which can appear on any part of the body. It can cause the skin to itch, burn and bleed. Psoriasis on the hands or feet can prevent people from doing everyday tasks such as writing or walking. Ten percent to 30 percent of people with psoriasis also develop psoriatic arthritis, which causes pain, stiffness and swelling in and around the joints.
The National Psoriasis Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life of people who have psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. Through education and advocacy, the Psoriasis Foundation promotes awareness and understanding, ensures access to treatment, and supports research that will lead to effective management and, ultimately, a cure.
I hope you will support my efforts to improve the lives of those affected by psoriasis through your sponsorship. We are excepting any in-kind donations. We will recognize you in a variety of ways on the day of the walk.

Thank you for your thoughtfulness and generosity. We are expecting 400 people.


Diane Talbert

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