ExtendBars Now Available in Two New Flavors

Apple Cinnamon and Mixed Berry

Oct 1, 2005

The makers of ExtendBar announced new products, benefits and flavors at the August 2005 American Association of Diabetes Educators conference in Washington, D.C.

In addition to stabilizing blood glucose levels for up to nine hours, ExtendBar has been shown to control hunger, improving weight management. It’s now available in two new flavors—Mixed Berry Delight and Apple Cinnamon Delight—and three of its four flavors have been reformulated to be gluten-free.

The inventor of ExtendBar, Fran Kaufman, MD, is also the author of “Diabesity,” a new book about the diabetes epidemic and what we must do to stop it.

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