WIN-It-Wednesday: NuGo Free Bars!

This week we are revisiting one of the most popular WIN-It-Wednesday’s yet!

The reason NuGO Free bars are so popular is that they are gluten free, soy free and dairy free – yet still taste like a real treat!

We all know that bars are a stand-by snack for those on a gluten-free diet, or with special dietary requirements or allergens, and NuGo Free’s certified gluten free bars are one of my favorites.

With tons of fiber (5 grams per bar), protein (10 grams per bar) and healthy ingredients, NuGo Free bars are delicious & nourishing. But what it truly amazing is that the NuGo Bars are ONLY 3 points for those watching their weight!

My favorite flavors are the Carrot Cake which is perfect for a breakfast on the run; Dark Chocolate Trail Mix, a perfect afternoon snack; and Dark Chocolate Crunch, just as yummy as any dessert.

NuGO Free bars are also 100% natural, vegan, OU Pareve plus layered with luscious, REAL dark chocolate (Say YUM!) or drizzled with a touch of sweet icing. 

NuGo wants to give away a mixed box (12 bars) of their NuGo Free bars to a LUCKY BeFreeForMe MEMBER! (Note: You must be a BeFreeForMe member to win!)

How can you win?


Tell us what makes you feel… FREE! (What makes me feel free? Being able to laugh at myself for some of the silly things I admittedly do!)

Good Luck, Be Silly once in awhile,  and as always…

Be Free!

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56 Responses to “WIN-It-Wednesday: NuGo Free Bars!”

  1. Jenn Says:

    What makes me feel free is being able to find a gluten free treat that does not taste like cardboard, for example when I eat a gluten free cake from Cherrybrook kitchens, I feel free.

  2. Ahja Says:

    What makes me feel free? Hiking. Getting out into the open air and taking in the sites of the most beautiful places on earth.

  3. Larc Bogdan Says:

    blowing bubbles with my daughter!

  4. Cindy Winther Says:

    I’m lucky enough to have a job that allows me to be “free” everyday. I teach preschool and I can be silly, creative and funny on a daily basis – with a very appreciative audience!


  5. Cara Says:

    I think one thing is riding my bike with the air blowing in my hair, another is when I go to the beach and swim in the waves, but the thing that makes me feel the most “free” is when I have an open evening and do not have any meetings or other activities to go to. 🙂

  6. Ellen Christian Says:

    Taking a walk in the woods makes me feel free.

  7. Lori Niver Says:

    Going fishing with my husband in the Fingerlakes. Feeling the wind in my hair, soaking up the sun and fresh air and enjoying the beautiful scenery. This weekend the leaves were just beginning to change. It looked like God had taken a paintbrush and just touched the tips of some of the trees. A small
    splash of color. I wish I could have stayed there forever.

  8. Margaret Riddell Says:

    Taking a walk in the woods on a beautiful autumn day.

  9. Francine Says:

    Taking a walk in the sunshine with my puppy, no cares or worries and little breeze blowing at us both makes me feel free!!

  10. Caryn Maciel Says:

    watching my children play together, happily!

  11. Carol Asher Says:

    What makes me feel free is with the choices of all the new and wonderful gluten free products on the market I can still enjoy myself and feel safe. Also, I can share them with my 7 year old grandson without worrying that he may become sick. And I do really like anything chocolate!

  12. Elizabeth Says:

    The cool fall weather makes me feel free!

  13. Jackee J Says:

    Camping makes me feel free!

  14. Sandy Bright Says:

    Living a gluten free lifestyle makes me feel free! I am no longer tied down by being sick and not know ing what was wrong- being told by doctors that my illness was in my head.

  15. Casey Says:

    Waking up to a sunny morning, knowing that the whole day is ahead of me and determining to make it a good one!

  16. Melissa Conrad Says:

    Being out in a canoe on the water makes me feel free! I love the feeling of me being so small in the vast water! Also, expirementing with baking new gluten free things makes me feel free!

  17. Karla Thompson Says:

    It makes me feel free when I make a mistake and learn from it.

  18. Jenn Says:

    What makes me feel free is being able to eat a gluten free dessert that does not taste like cardboard, since I find that several gluten free desserts do taste like cardboard, but an example of a gluten free dessert that does not taste like cardboard is a yellow cake from CherryBrook kitchens.

  19. Kathy Bunn Says:

    I feel free when I am able to make strong informed choices.

  20. Debbie Says:

    It makes me feel free to go for a walk, enjoying nature.

  21. Melissa Wilhite Says:

    What makes me feel free is letting myself go and accomplishing things I’ve never done before, like jumping off cliffs into lakes and riding rollercoasters. Before I got this disease, I never let go of control, but I am learning how to now and I feel more free than I ever have.

  22. Amy Says:

    (What makes me feel free? Hearing the ocean roar behind me, while I watch the waves roll across my feet and see six pairs of smaller feet having just as much fun as I am. I love my family and the freedom to enjoy each other.)

  23. Paula Says:

    Sounds silly or maybe just too simple…but going somewhere without a watch, cell phone or anything that tells me the time makes me feel free.

  24. Brandy Says:

    It make me feel free when I can look over at my three year old and how much progress we have made on the Gluten free diet and how much better he feels. It took us three years to get his diagnosis. Being free is just having a peace of mind.

  25. Cassandra Gee Says:

    I feel free when I can walk into a restaurant and be able to eat without having to grill everybody about every detail of my meal.

  26. Jo Says:

    I feel free when I look back on the best parts of my life and envision the better moments sure to come.

  27. Susan C - AZ Says:

    What makes me feel free is running through the grass barefoot. It feels so good! Being free is having peace of mind regardless of my circumstances. Being a US citizen is total freedom.

  28. Tam Says:

    Walking and enjoying the sun on my face on a beautiful fall day!

  29. Dina Says:

    I feel free with my 20D (camera) in hand photographing children.. Their ability to laugh and not have a worry in the world just moves me 🙂

  30. Rachel Says:

    The one thing that makes me feel free is taking a walk on a crsip autumn day and just jumping on all of those slightly crunchy leaves, while being with my signifcant other. 🙂

  31. Eileen Sanders Says:

    The cool weather and walking through the neighborhood with my husband.

  32. Ellen Says:

    Going to my parent’s house for dinner or a gluten-friendly restaurant where I know that I I love it!won’t get sick and I don’t have to explain what’s gluten-free and what’s not. It’s just known!

  33. Suz Says:

    I feel free when I don’t sweat the small stuff.

  34. Lisa Durene Says:

    What makes me feel free? The laundry is done, the dishes are done and there is nothing else waiting on my list to do!

  35. Debs Says:

    crustless pumpkin pie…mmmmmmm. Can you just smell it? mmmmmm

  36. Linda McManus Says:

    To me, being free is not having any committments (usually a weekend), where I have to do housework, cooking, shopping, yard work, telephone calls, or otherwise anything that would interfere with me getting into a really, really good book. My latest book is a collection of short stories by Jason Brown, “Why the Devil Chose New England for His Work”. Peace.

  37. Stephanie Says:

    I feel free when I do not have a migraine headache and I go walking in the woods behind our house with my black lab, Tucker and our brown tabby, Tann.

  38. Delores Says:

    What makes me feel free is knowing that I can count my points being on a gluten free diet as I am a weight watcher.

  39. Chrissy Says:

    Running around with our beagle puppy and then flopping on the grass from exhaustion

  40. Giovanna Says:

    Laughter from my boys, and smiles on my family’s faces. This means all is good and this makes me feel free.

  41. Renee Says:

    Hiking with my dog, anywhere.

  42. Susan Neydorff Says:

    I feel free when I make someone smile or laugh.

  43. Lynnae Says:

    I feel free when I make or eat something absolutely divine – it’s thrilling to find that much satisfaction in something that doesn’t make me sick!

  44. Cassie Says:

    Feeling free because of the brain surgery that has just removed the area causing seizures in my life! Now will not be held from doing so much and able to learn, grow, and do so much more than ever before!!! 🙂

  45. SARAH Says:

    I began to feel free once I realized that I was stronger than I believed. To be able to stand on my own two feet and know that I can tap into my character, principals, and understanding and make it through. Once I realized that, so many doors that I thought were closed were opened. And I was able to believe in myself enough to walk through those doors. I felt liberated and impowered!

  46. Janet LaRue Says:

    I feel free when I am out gardening. So much vibrant color, so many intoxicating smells…the feel of the dirt on my hands and between my feet…what a wonderful feeling. The summer sun beating down on my shoulders and the breeze cooling my skin is exhilerating! I live in the country so I have all the wildlife around me as well-the deer, birds, rabbits, and woodchucks romping around my yard to delight me. It’s a great feeling!

  47. Rita Says:

    Since I left the work force, I have refused to wear a watch. It’s amazing but I am never late! I feel free not to be constrained to anyone’s schedule of my time. I am free !

  48. melissa zarin Says:

    I feel free when i swim laps after my kids have all gone to school. Although it is excercise, for one brief moment in my day no one can find me.

  49. Kara Says:

    Running as hard and as long and as fast as I can makes me feel free!

  50. Amy Says:

    Going potty without toddler in tow. Cooking dinner without toddler pulling down my pants to see. Flying on airplane with only purse and a book instead of 3 bags. Date night with my husband. Laughing uproariously with my son.

  51. Anne Says:

    I feel free when I am in my car and off on a little “vacation”, even if it is just for a few hours

  52. Jennica Says:

    I feel free when I travel abroad. Since I’m now a celiac (I just found out on the 22nd!), it should make traveling a little more challenging. I’m hoping that sites like this can make me feel more free.

  53. Christine Says:

    Walking a trail that is little used and feeling the freedom of my distant American Indian ancestors as they appreciated the beauty of nature and honored its existence.

  54. Meagan Says:

    During a hike along a river, I feel absolutely free when sitting on a big rock in the middle of a stream/river and watching all the water come towards then go past you while looking up the river. 🙂

  55. Christy Bradley Says:

    Seeing my daughter healthy and happy makes me feel free and at ease!

  56. Linda Says:

    What makes me feel free! A loving, close knit, caring family in another state makes my husband and myself feel free!

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