Have you had blood work come back from your annual physical exam showing you are deficient in vitamin D? You’re not alone. Through conversations around the office and an unofficial poll of adult family and friends, it seems many folks in our circle share the same issue. We know that vitamin D levels are related to sun exposure; so this deficiency was especially shocking because SCNS HQ is in sunny southern California!
There’s a big debate as to the health risks of a diet with high levels of high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS). It is made from corn starch and is somewhat similar to granulated table sugar. Advantages are, it is easier to handle and less expensive. You’ll find HFCS in most everything that is sweetened; simply check the label.
Perhaps you are wondering why we mention our new 10th Tee Cranberry Trail Mix Bar is gluten free and dairy free. We have had countless requests to offer a dairy free bar by those who are adverse to dairy and/or milk. If you refer to Golf Energy bar’s prior article, “How Does a Gluten Allergy Differ from a Wheat Allergy?” you will gain some insight as to what glutenin and a gluten allergy are.
Often times we hear at the office, our homes, and chatting with friends – “I need to drink more water.” In the New Year, many folks make this a resolution.
As we transition to the most decadent time of the year for food and drink, take a moment to be aware of what to avoid. We’ve also provided some tips on how to cut-back the calories of the season’s traditional favorites. This way, you’ll be prepared with a healthier eating game plan, to avoid waddling into the New Year! Mashed Potatoes Don’t hate the potato – hate the added butter and heavy cream for the 400.
Guess what?! Golf Energy Bar is busy in our development facility making a gluten free 10th Tee Golf Energy bar. We’re going through the usual taste tests and fine tuning the ingredients to give you the best tasting and healthiest bar possible. Of course, the new gluten free 10th Tee Golf Energy bar will help sustain energy through the back nine! Launching early 2016. Follow Golf Energy Bar on Facebook and Twitter – AND sign-up for our newsletter to.
We all have fear of the unknown. “Why did my boss call me into the office?” “Will my kid make the varsity team?’ “What is in the dark creepy basement?” A sense of not knowing is what plagues many golfers on the 1st tee causing anxiety and a loss of focus. “Will I hit my first tee shot solidly?” SCNS Sports Foods addresses 1st tee jitters in our 1st Tee Plus Bars with.
SCNS Sports Foods is dedicated to providing great-tasting “better for you” products . “Better for you” begins with our high quality business practices and processes. That level of quality was proven in our annual Supply Food Chain Safety Audit, which is completed by NSF International. NSF is an independent certifying agency whose name is derived by the original entity the National Sanitation Foundation, founded in 1944. NSF International takes steps to ensure ongoing foodservice.
With the release of our new gluten free 1st Tee Honey Almond Snack Bar, SCNS Sports Foods has fielded several questions about gluten and wheat allergies. If you are fortunate to have no aversion to gluten or wheat, then the distinction between a gluten versus wheat allergy may be a bit confusing. There is some overlap between the two, but a gluten allergy is not the same as a wheat allergy. Here is the.
At the PGA Merchandise Show in January, Bill Stewart SCNS’ COO met professional golfer Heather Angell. There, SCNS was introducing our new Gluten Free 1st Tee Honey Almond Snack Bar. The display caught the eye of Heather who deals with many food allergies including an adversity to wheat gluten. Heather tasted the bar at the show, and since then, has become a devoted fan of the bar, keeping a supply in her golf bag. Heather.