Keto Bars With Algal Oil a Source of Essential Fat for Body and Brain Health

Keto bars from YoFiit are an excellent source of essential fats — the good kind. Omega-3 fatty acids, sourced from algal oil, provide many health benefits to the body and brain.

Concord, Ontario, Canada - April 5, 2020 —

According to YoFiit’s founder and CEO, Marie Amazan, her brand’s keto bars contain algal oil, an excellent source of essential fats for body and brain health. Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, algal oil is a plant-based alternative to fish oil.

Processed foods have commonly been synonymous with fat; the more processed a food is, the more fat it contains. Fat is a word often linked to weight gain and poor health,  therefore, fat has been labeled as “bad.” However, not all fats fall into the same category. “For the longest time, people were told to avoid all types of fats, which was wrong. We believe in bringing people the good types of fats coming from plants as well as fats from algae, rich in DHA omega-3 and good for optimal brain health,” explains Amazan.

Omega-3 fatty acids are a family of polyunsaturated fats — the good fats. They supply essential fats that the body can’t make on its own, so they need to come from the diet. Omega-3 is important in the normal functioning of all tissues of the body. It may help reduce blood pressure, lower LDL levels (the bad cholesterol), reduce the risk of heart attack or stroke, reduce inflammation and play important roles in brain function and development.

YoFiit’s keto energy bar contains 14 grams of the healthy fat that the body requires for optimal function. The bars come in two flavors, chocolate-vanilla and ginger-nutmeg and are a tasty snack with a natural sweetness that satisfies cravings without any junk such as sugar alcohol.

Essential fats sourced from algae are sustainable and the process has a carbon-neutral footprint. “You can feel great about adding our keto paleo bars to your diet. Using pure, natural ingredients that contribute to your best health while saving the environment is our passion,” comments Amazan.

Anyone wanting to learn more about YoFiit and its full line of plant-based foods should visit the company’s official website or Amazon storefront.

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About Us: We believe in plant-based nutrition done better. Our mission: Nourish the body, gut, & mind with tasty foods that are free of crap & contain zero to low sugar.

Contact Info:
Name: Marie Amazan
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Organization: YoFiit
Address: 3120 Rutherford Rd., Unit 305, Concord, Ontario, L4K 0B2, Canada
Website: https://www.yofiit.com/

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