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Summer Fun is Delicious

»Posted by on Jul 28, 2014 in Nutritional Information, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Ahh Summer! Time to get out of town and relax with family and friends. Whether you are hitting the road or catching a plane, be sure to take along Dr. Will Bars. Don’t get caught hungry at the over-priced airport stores. And don’t let the temptation of fast “food” lull you in just because you don’t have something delicious and handy close by. Original or Vegan … Dr. Will Bar is a perfect travel buddy. This week, Dr. Will Bar fans can enter the coupon code SUMMER when ordering and save $3 per box. (And we still pay for the shipping!) Have a great vacation! Now go grab some delicious nutrition and enjoy this family vacation video from BuzzFeed...

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Vegan Dr Will Bar

»Posted by on May 25, 2014 in Nutritional Information | 2 comments

In response to the requests from our many fans, and particularly to those with dairy allergies and/or a vegan diet, Dr Will has formulated a new bar utilizing rice protein rather than whey protein. What? No Whey!! So let’s talk protein…because we know that our inquisitive fans really want to know!! And when it comes to nutrition, the more you know and understand, the healthier you can be! There are many choices about what sort of protein powders to consume. But here’s the brief, bullet point explanation: Proteins are comprised of amino acids. (these are the building blocks of all proteins.) The human body requires 20 amino acids to make all the proteins it needs to function. Of these 20 amino acids, 11 are required in the diet and 9 are made by the...

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Group Dynamics

»Posted by on Jan 10, 2014 in Nutritional Information | 1 comment

Geese innately know the benefits of group dynamics and here are a 4 facts found on the internet about this gaggle: When a goose flaps its wings it creates an “uplift” for the birds around. As a group, and flying in formation, the flock together adds 72% greater flying range than if each of the birds flew alone. When one drops out, it feels the drag of flying alone. But when it comes back to the group it once again takes advantage of the lifting power of the birds around. When the goose in front gets tired, it rotates into the group and another goose flies to the front for a turn. The geese honk to encourage the ones in front to keep up their speed. Looks like this is one instance where getting “goosed” is a good thing! The parallels are apparent....

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2014 Here We Come!

»Posted by on Jan 1, 2014 in Nutritional Information | 0 comments

  For a lot of people, a new year encourages new beginnings and positive changes. We encourage you to get a buddy to help you keep going. Here are 14 New Years Resolutions that you CAN do!  Read a good book. Then give it to someone else to enjoy. Use a little less sugar in your coffee/tea for one week. Then keep it that way. Write a letter to someone you appreciate and send it “snail mail.” Say thank you more often. Say I’m sorry more often, if you are and if you should be. Backup your computer. Smile to 1 stranger a day. (And maybe even say Good Morning/Afternoon) Use the good dishes just because it’s the present. Take a 20 minute stroll through your neighborhood. Video tape your grandparents talking about “back in the day” Leave a generous...

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Seasons Greetings and Thoughts On Eating

»Posted by on Dec 20, 2012 in Nutritional Information | 2 comments

Seasons Greetings and Thoughts On Eating

    Weight-A-Minute …     Don’t let the title fool you,     this isn’t Dr. Seuss.     It’s Dr Will and I am here     to write about abuse.      (Say, this rhyming thing is catchy).  Anyway, I am writing about abuse … abuse of the holiday celebrations. As the season of celebrations and cheer, parties, cocktails, feasts and sweets commences, it’s easy to get carried away. And while I don’t want to be like the Grinch, let’s take a moment to ponder our “weight concerns” and choices! Perhaps you’re toting an extra 5 or 10 pounds. Or maybe an excess of 30 or more that have added up over the years. Remember, it’s never too late to take care of you!  Don’t wait for New Years; I’d like to encourage you NOT to...

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