10 Raw Homemade Nutrition Bars

Americans are believed to eat way too much processed foods! Raw foods is a way to get “un-processed” into your diet. Foods in a raw food diet, including fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds, are typically not cooked (at least not above 115 degrees Fahrenheit) and are believed to maintain the most nutritional value in its “raw” state. Raw foodists have different ways of eating raw foods when they adopt the diet. Many are raw vegans, while some eat raw animal products, such as raw fish. Still, others don’t believe in eating ANY “cooked” food, while some like to switch up their meals with “cooked” dishes. Still, others dabble in raw foods every now and then. It is important to note that some believe a raw food diet is a form of detox for the body, and that it doesn’t provide nourishment in the long-run. In fact, some say it can harm the body.

It doesn’t matter if you are a raw foodists or not, these raw food and nutrition bars will help keep you full and give you optimal energy for on-the-go trips or when you need a snack break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.


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Cosmic Sky
Cosmic Price1 years ago

This is making me hungry

Christine Stewart

Thank you for all the ideas!

Holly D.
Holly D.1 years ago

These look amazing, thanks!

Aino M.
.1 years ago

thank you!

Lynn C.
Lynn c.1 years ago

good ideas - thanks

Kate S.
Kate S.1 years ago


Fi T.
Fi T.2 years ago

Treat for the day

Kathleen R.
Kathleen R.2 years ago

Thanks for the recipes ... will be trying several of these.

Natasha Salgado
Natasha Salgado2 years ago

Yummy-healthy and pretty treats! Thank you

Denise Morley
Denise Morley2 years ago

Some of these sound delicious, thank you for sharing!

One thing though... They are not all raw recipes as the title says. All the recipes I read seem to be vegan and some are raw but there are 2 I came across that involve baking -not that I'm opposed to baking, I love to bake- so the title is a little misleading.