Kind: Nutrition Collective and Product Review

our Kind bar snack samples

Kind Nutrition Collective Product Review

Recently, The Wanderlust Dietitian teemed up with Kind for an honest product review and exposure. Within 3-5 business days, our box of goodies arrived, including: a bag of granola, multiple chocolate and nut bars, and pressed fruit and vegetable bars. We could not wait to dig in.

Kind stood out to us because of their relationship with dietitians. They have a nutrition collective which markets the importance of Registered Dietitians as the nutrition experts. I met a few members of the Kind team at the Florida Dietetic Annual Symposium this past June. I was impressed and wanted to do my part in promoting them too.Kind nutrition collective advertisement

To start, their granola is amazing. We had the Raspberry Cluster with Chia seeds. Michael blended it into smoothies while I tossed some with my Greek yogurt for a high protein pick-me-up. Kind’s nut bars are most prevalent in the market. They came in numerous flavors. We loved anything with chocolate so enjoyed ALL of them. My favorite was the bar with mint added. The bars have about 6 grams of protein and about 200 calories per serving, making it the perfect grab-and-go snack. These bars accompanied us during our hikes in Chattanooga and provided nourishment to Michael on long school days.

our Kind bar snack samples
Lastly, the pressed bars surprised us most. We had never tried these bars before and were leary. The ingredients are literally only fruits and vegetables and occasionally chia seeds. There is no added sugar, whatsoever. When you unwrap the bar, you immediately see the ingredients you are about to consume. The idea is that most people cannot get the full recommended 5 servings of fruits and vegetables a day. Kind helps us with these pressed bars by combining 1 serving of fruit along with 1 serving of vegetables, providing you with 2 of the 5 servings needed each day. These bars are “fast food” at its best! The pressed bars have about 1 gram of protein, about 130 calories, and about 3 grams of fiber per serving.
Don’t just take our word for it, go out and buy your favorite flavors today! Cheers to health!

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Maegan and Michael are Adventurous Southerners who share their world journey and approach to living the travel lifestyle. You can expect humor and lighthearted banter blended with REAL travel stories and tips. Maegan is a registered dietitian, while Michael has an excerise science background, but both are outdoor lovers, and revel in the beauty of cultures unlike their own. Now, Maegan and Michael are working towards expat life through remote work. Join the adventure. Do you love to travel? Does your full time job or career prevent you from living the life you dream of? This is the duo to follow. Feel free to contact us if you have questions.


  1. Donna says:

    I loved this! I will be trying this for a pick me up this semester of nursing school! Thanks for the info!

    1. maegan89 says:

      Yes girl! It keeps you full and refreshed for sure!

  2. […] when packing for long trips, I usually bring protein snack bars to save money on my afternoon cravings. I look for protein bars that have less than 30 g carbs, at least 8 g protein (equivalent to a cup of milk), and the first 3-5 ingredients should be real food (not something you can’t pronounce). My go to brands are cliff or kind bars! […]

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