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The Power of Chia Seeds

Chia seeds contain many nutrients essential for the body such as fiber, omega-3 fats, proteins, vitamins and minerals. One ounce of chia seeds (28 grams) is only 137 calories. Here are some ways the nutrients in chia seeds can benefit the body: 

  •  Fiber - One ounce of chia seeds contains 11 grams of fiber. This is why chia seeds can be used as to help promote weightless because fiber makes you feel full so you are likely to eat less. Just one ounce contain 42% of the recommended daily value! Due to the soluble fiber in chia seeds they expand in the stomach and create a gelatin-like substance which is why it makes the body feel full.
  •  Protein - One ounce of chia seeds contain 4 grams of fiber. 
  •  Fats - 9 grams of fat with 5 of those grams being omega-3 fats.
  •  Vitamins and Minerals - calcium, iron, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium and zinc.

We use chia seeds in several of our Cafe Mocha and Chocolate Chia Maca raw protein bars.

Also, check out Dale's Raw Chia Seeds 1lb bag

The Many Uses of Raw Cacao Powder

Cacao powder is derived from the cacao pod found in cacao fruit trees. Cacao is full of antioxidants and the flavanols found in cacao have many health benefits.

Have you ever heard that dark chocolate can reduce the risk of cancer, heart attack, stroke and improve overall cholesterol and blood pressure levels?

Cacao contains more antioxidants than dark chocolate so add it into your diet today!  It also contains serotonin and dopamine which stimulates feelings of happiness.

Here are some ways you can start adding cacao to your diet:

  1. Add cacao to your smoothies.
  2. Sprinkle cacao powder over fresh fruit or yogurt.
  3. Add it into your brownies or other desserts as a substitute for processed chocolate.


We use raw cacao on many of or protein bars and also sell it by the 1lb bag

The Benefits of Ginger

Ginger is a plant that originates from the rainforest in Southern Asia and its root is widely used as a spice in many of our foods.

Many people don’t take advantage of the healing effects raw ginger has on the body. Ginger has many therapeutic effects such as calming an upset stomach and muscle aches to fighting off the common cold and ridding the body of toxins.

Here are some more ways ginger can help heal the body:

  1. Aids in digestion. Ginger has anti-inflammatory effects and helps ease nausea and fight a stomachache while moving things along in the digestive tract. The digestive benefits of the fibrous root will stimulate the digestive system and helps move food through the gastrointestinal tract quicker.
  2. Helps fight off the common cold and flu. Relieves congestion and detoxifies the body by getting rid of toxins.
  3. Reduces Nausea. Relief from morning sickness, motion sickness, gas, diarrhea and even helps relieve menstrual cramps, too!
  4. Soothes sore muscles. Since ginger has anti-inflammatory effects it’s known to be effective against exercise-induced muscle pain. The anti-inflammatory effects can also help with osteoporosis.
  5. Lowers blood sugar and cholesterol levels


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Dale's Raw Foods uses ginger in our Carrot Cake raw protein bar and have plans to use ginger in future flavors. 

Two New Flavors


Cinnamon Roll Raw Protein Bar


Banana Nut Bread Raw Breakfast Bar

Protein and Breakfast Bar singles

You can now purchase individual protein and breakfast bars instead of only by box of 12 or variety packs. This is the first time since the inception of our company that we have offered individual bars.

Keep in mind that the best value value will always be to purchase a box of 12 bars of one flavor. Also, discounts and coupons do not apply to individual bar purchases. 

You can now shop for a single protein or breakfast bar from our website here 

Protein Bar and Breakfast Bar Sample Pack

Food Bar Sample Pack is finally here!

This Sample Pack includes:

  • 1 each of all 22 flavors of Dale's Raw Protein Bars 
  • 4 flavors of Dale's Raw Breakfast Bars
  • Total of 26 food bars to sample

Click here to order

  • Dale Buchanan