Set The Bar has re-launched their range of professionally formulated sports food products, enerGi Bio Bars, with two additional flavours and new packaging.
The improved formulations are university certified low GI, with protein, antioxidants, probiotics and prebiotics to support energy production, gut health and the immune system.
Brother-sister duo, Adam and Sascha Jones, originally established enerGi Bio Bars to combat and address the “diabesity” epidemic that’s increasing at an alarming rate across the globe. According to recent statistics released by Diabetes Australia, approximately 1.2 million Australians are registered diabetics, with the numbers increasing steadily each year*. The snack bars also provide unique health benefits for athletes, health conscious-consumers and busy mums.
“We wanted to create a trusted healthy snack option for sportspeople, health conscious consumers and those that are pre-diabetic or have Type 2 Diabetes, created with their optimum health in mind. Each bar has research-backed health benefits and is university certified so consumers can be confident that our product will support them along their wellness journey,” said co-founder Sascha Jones.
Releasing their flagship product in April 2017 (under the brand name enrGIsustain), the pair has expanded their product line with new flavours that offer a convenient, tasty and healthy snack alternative for consumers of all ages. In addition to keeping blood sugar levels steady, helping to maintain a healthy weight and providing sustained energy, the new snack bars assist with digestion and promote good gut bacteria.
enerGi Bio Bars are made from specially selected low GI ingredients, are high in fibre and protein, gluten- free and contain no artificial sugars, perfectly suited for health-conscious consumers and those looking to manage their weight. Named after its ability to provide sustained energy for on-the-go consumers, enerGi Bio Bars are also the ideal sports food for athletes or people who lead active lifestyles as they provide a steady release of glucose into the blood stream.
*National Diabetes Services Scheme, 2017