RAW PROTEIN BARS

Superfruit has developed a unique series of RAW Protein bars boosted with superfoods!  

Superfruits RAW Protein Bars are 100% natural, organic and vegan. The bars are boosted with hemp protein and sprouted rice protein. Perfect after workout or as a snack when you are on the go. 20% of the energy content of the bars come from protein and the base consists of dates and cashew nuts.

Available in three flavours:
Lemon + Coconut
Cacao + Mint
Cranberry + Vanilla

About Raw Food
The interest for RAW food or raw food diet is big and the movement is spreading from California to the rest of the world. Celebrities such as Woody Harrelson and Demi Moore are some of the most active. Several restaurants are being opened with a focus on raw food and books are being published all the time. A raw diet is usually vegetarian and can contain raw fruits, vegetables, grasses, algae, nuts, seeds, sprouts, but there are also “raw foodists” who eat raw meat, eggs, and unpasteurized dairy products.

Raw food means food that has not been heated to more than 40 to 47 ° C, as that is regarded to be the temperature at which natural enzymes, microorganisms, and many essential nutrients still survive. In the 1970s, the term “living food” was established in Sweden, which is essentially the same as raw food. Raw foods have a long history and are believed to have developed in Switzerland by Dr. Maximillian Bircher-Benner who invented the muesli.

Most raw food diets are simple and quick to make, for example salads and smoothies, while some other things require more preparation. Wild rice and seeds may require sprouting or soaking to be digested. Certain nuts and seeds also need to be soaked to activate enzymes. You really don't need any special tools in the kitchen to start with raw foods except from a knife, a blender, food processor, juicer and dehydrator.