Betty Lou's Nuts About Almond Butter Protein Plus Energy Balls - 1.7 oz. (49g)
Betty Lou's Nuts About Almond Butter Protein Plus Energy Balls are a protein-packed nut butter snack that’s delicious and nutritious! Try Betty Lou's Nuts About Almond Butter High Protein Balls, a natural protein ball, for a quick and healthy on-the-go snack. They make you feel your best because they are hand-rolled with the healthiest, all-natural ingredients. Betty Lou's Almond Butter Protein Plus Ball contains 12 grams of protein and 3 grams of fiber.
All Betty Lou's Products Contain Absolutely NO:
- Refined Sugars
- Hydrogenated Oils! (No Trans Fat)
- Genetically Modified Ingredients (Non-GMO)
What Is Gluten? Simply Explained, Please!
Gluten is simply the protein part of wheat, rye, barley, and other related grains. Some people cannot tolerate gluten when it comes in contact with the small intestine. This condition is known as celiac disease. There is also evidence that a skin disorder called dermatitis herpetiformis is associated with gluten intolerance.
In patients with celiac disease, gluten injures the lining of the small intestine. This injury results in weight loss, bloating, diarrhea, gas, abdominal cramps, or vitamin and mineral deficiencies. When patients totally eliminate gluten from the diet, the lining of the intestine has a chance to heal. In patients with gluten intolerance or gluten allergy, the symptoms are varied and also respond well to the reduction, severe limiting or removal of gluten from the diet.
Removing gluten from the diet is not easy. Grains are used in the preparation of many foods. It is often hard to tell by an ingredient’s name what may be in it, so it is easy to eat gluten without even knowing it. However, staying on a strict gluten-free diet can dramatically improve the patient’s condition. Since it is necessary to remain on the gluten-free diet throughout life, it will be helpful to review the diet with a registered dietitian.
A Gluten-Free Life Diet and Lifestyle!
Eating a gluten-free diet can be a gradual process of learning, though some people simply have sufficient nutritional or cooking experience and have acquired enough knowledge to make a rapid transition. If you are diagnosed as celiac or gluten intolerant, it will most likely be recommended for your overall health and well-being that you make a change in diet as quickly as possible. The transition may be a bit of a learning process, yet once it is acquired, there will be a welcome improvement in health.
Sweet and Humble Beginnings
Although Betty Lou didn't recognize it then, her business had its birth almost 32 years ago.
"I have always believed that there is a connection between what we eat and how we feel.
Everyone wants to feel their best, and when I decided to remove refined sugar from my family's diet 32 years ago, I began creating recipes that were made with honey and brown rice syrup instead. Children know what they like, and my sons were my very first taste-testers. As I fine-tuned the recipes my boys' friends took notice, and soon I had the most popular yard in the neighborhood! I was like the mom with Kool-Aid in the TV commercial.
I chose "Just Great Stuff... and Plenty of it!" as our motto because it truly reflects the dedication that we have to the quality of our products. I always use the best, healthiest, cutting edge ingredients because I believe that they taste better and make you feel better.
Today we still make Nut Butter Balls as well as our very popular layered Fruit Bars, Powdered Peanut Butter (with 85% less fat than regular peanut butter!), Low Glycemic Protein Shakes, Cookies and a line of Organic Just Great Stuff Bars that contain interesting, whole food ingredients... like organic cacao nibs, freeze-dried acai and raspberries, goji berries, mangoes, bananas and even freeze-dried spinach, kale and broccoli sprouts.
Every day at Betty Lou's we challenge the notion that healthy, all-natural, gluten-free products have to compromise on taste. We've proven that the opposite can be true! Our delicious products have been made that way from the beginning and it's what we do best!"
-- Betty Lou