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Homemade Energy Bars vs Tahoe Trail Bars

Homemade Energy Bars vs Tahoe Trail Bars

Many people turn to homemade energy bars as a cheaper and healthier alternative to over processed energy bars they might find at the grocery store. Tahoe Trail Bars don’t fall into that category — made with real food ingredients, the only difference between a Tahoe Trail Bar and a homemade energy bar is where it’s made.  Homemade Energy Bars vs Store Bought There are many reasons why people don’t trust store bought energy bars, and why they decide to make them at home. It’s for these reasons that we decided to start making Tahoe Trail Bars, to offer our customers...

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Is Tahoe Trail Bar a Good Replacement for Breakfast?

Is Tahoe Trail Bar a Good Replacement for Breakfast?

Tahoe Trail Bars are great in any situation — as fuel on a hike, a meal replacement, or breakfast on-the-go. However you incorporate them into your diet, you’ll be surprised by the deliciousness and nutritional value packed into this compact, portable bar. Eating Tahoe Trail Bars for Breakfast What makes a good breakfast? Some of us can roll out of bed and eat a full English breakfast, while others might have a more tempered appetite in the morning. Breakfast can look vastly different depending on the person, but we do recommend ensuring your breakfast has these two things: whole grains...

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What Kind of Energy Bars Do People Who Do Yoga Like?

Many people associate yoga with holistic wellness, and for good reason. Holistic forms of exercise, like yoga, are abundantly practiced across the globe because of their physical and spiritual benefits. In the U.S. alone, 36 million people practice yoga. Compare that to 20.4 million practitioners in 2012, which is a 76% increase in only eight years. And with abundant videos and resources online on how to practice yoga, it’s likely that the number will continue to rise.  Yoga is more than our simplified, Western idea of a practice confined to a mat — it’s a way to live your life....

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How Difficult is the Tahoe Rim Trail?

The Tahoe Rim Trail (TRT) is a 170-mile long hiking trail that forms a loop around the Lake Tahoe Basin in the Sierra Nevada and Carson ranges of California and Nevada. Hikers, cyclists and nature enthusiasts from all over the world make the pilgrimage to the TRT for its famous distance trekking and mountain biking adventures.  Backpacker.com deemed the TRT “one of the most moderate long trails in the world.” With multiple trail options, each presenting its own unique challenges and hiking difficulties, many outdoors adventurers find themselves returning to TRT to conquer new trails year-over-year.  You can make hiking...

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