Photo: thinkproducts.com
I admire (and patronize) companies that care and provide thoughtful products/services.  Thinkproducts (the makers of the thinkThin bar) is a new one on my favorites list.

From their site:
thinkThin® products provide natural and delicious portable nutrition to support the health and well-being of busy, active people who care about what they eat. All thinkThin® natural snack bars are based on three nutritional principles: no refined sugar, a good source of protein and gluten free.

Our thinkThin® product line builds upon this delicious foundation while delivering a more premium nutritional profile than any weight management offering on the market. thinkThin®’s protein bar is the No. 1 ranked natural weight management bar in America (SPINSscan research).

We believe that attitude is everything and when we all start living with the thoughtful intention of health and energy, our bodies will follow.

Good stuff! 

I suspect I’m a late comer to the thinkThin party, but I’d never heard of this company or product line. Today I saw the bars on sale at the convenience store at Benny’s Gas Station, (of all places), and picked up 3 flavors as a curiosity/impulse purchase.  Glad I did.  Their Creamy Peanut Butter High Protein Bar was my pm snack. It has 20g protein for lean strength and to bridge hunger, and 0g sugar for weight management and to avoid sugar spikes and fatigue. The bar is also gluten free, kosher and has a low glycemic index.   It is also very tasty.  Good flavor, great texture and no protein-product aftertaste.  Half of the bar more than satisfied me.   I look forward to trying their Chocolate Covered Strawberry Protein Bar for recovery after my run tomorrow.

Other flavors on their roster include:        
  • White chocolate    
  • Cookies and crème
  • Chocolate espresso       
  • Chunky peanut butter  
  • Chocolate fudge              
  • Caramel Fudge 
  • Brownie crunch               
  • Dark chocolate 
  • Chocolate Toffee Nut
  • and White Chocolate Raspberry

Every one of them sounds good.

BTW – check out their website.  On their thinkThin TV page, the CEO of the company shares about her mission for weight wellness. Posted are several kitchen segments and lifestyle videos with recipes, tips and stories about her rearing in an Italian family where life revolved around the kitchen table.
Image: http://thinkproducts.com/lzvideos/
Do you thinkThin?  If so, which are your favorite flavors and how do they satisfy/sustain you?

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