Attune Probiotic Chocolate Bars

Mmmm…imagine the moment that you bite into the blissfully rich taste of chocolate.  Then imagine that delicious treat helps promote healthy digestive and immune systems.  Three decadent dairy free flavors, along with luscious milk chocolate flavors and creamy white chocolate. Sounds dreamy. But it’s not a dream. It’s an Attune® probiotic bar. Everything that helps you feel your best should taste this good.


How could you not want to try a chocolate who’s motto is “One Bar A Day”?  Attune Foods line of all natural probiotic chocolate bars are made to promote your health, so you can eat them every day!

I recently had the opportunity to try a number of different varieties and was surprised by their taste and texture.

While I received a couple of milk chocolate varieties the majority were dark chocolate.  I’m not a big fan of dark chocolate and the Attune Probiotic Dark Chocolate Bars have 68% cacao, which for a milk chocolate lover like me, is a pretty hefty cacao content.  But like I said, I was surprised by the taste, I actually liked them (especially the Coffee Bean flavor).

What makes them a good snack, especially if you’re craving chocolate, is that each bar is less than 100 calories and each one has at least 3 grams of fiber.

What makes them a great snack though is that they’re an excellent source of calcium and have 6.1 billion (yes, billion!)  probiotic cultures per serving.  Attune Probiotics are clinically proven to help support a healthy digestive and immune system.

These tasty treats are also vegan and gluten free.

As if you needed an excuse to eat chocolate before, but now you actually have a good reason to!

For more information about Attune Probiotic Chocolate Bars and other products from Attune Foods visit

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received the product mentioned above for free for review purposes from Allison & Partners on behalf of Attune Foods for facilitating my honest opinion in the writing of this post.

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