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Lärabars are for men, too

16 July 2009 _ 09h51m02 EDT
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I was at a double-century cycling event this weekend, and a rival noticed that I was packing Larabars into my kit. He informed me that the Larabars are engineered for the body of a woman (I am a male). Afraid of the effects that the bars would have on my body during the ride, I tossed the bars onto the nearest food table and rode away hungry. Are there adverse effects on the male physiology caused by a Larabar?


Dear Valued Consumer:

Thank you for contacting Lärabar with your inquiry. Lärabar’s are made of no more than 8 ingredients for both women AND men to enjoy. Please visit www.larabar.com for more information about our natural bars.

We hope you find this information helpful. Please let us know if we can help you again.


Lori Quinn
Consumer Services

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'jt' responds:

i can only assume that the ‘rival’ was you since you used to tell me that eating luna bars was going to make me ‘grow tits.’

'the angry red planet' responds:

luna bars are for women! it says so on the package. despite the fem name, lära’s bars are ok for everyone; maybe she should have a line of masculine-named ‘chrisbars’ or ‘ashleybars’ to reassure insecure males.

'jt' responds:

im sure the ashley bars would work great, ma’am.

'p' responds:

Read the ingredients. I’m pretty sure cashews, walnuts and fruit are digestible by the male body. In fact, unless it’s a birth control pill or poison, guys can eat pretty much anything and survive.

'the angry red planet' responds:

@jt: is that why you ate only the masculine-named ‘clif’ bars on the tour du wrk.grp? you were afraid the guys from saxo bank would call you a mary. a tip: peanut butter lärabars blow the clif version away.

'jt' responds:

i ate it because you told me it would give me more energy, which i was in need of!

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