FitUnited Pittsburgh is a new United Way initiative to combat childhood obesity in Allegheny County. NuGo Nutrition is proud to be an early supporter of fitUnited and encourages businesses and organizations to join the initiative.
Are you wondering what celebrities eat NuGo bars and which flavors are their favorites? Here is a list of celebrities who love NuGo. Check back often for new additions to this list. Richard Marx, performer, songwriter, and producer, recently tweeted his love for NuGo while on tour in Japan. He loves NuGo Family Coffee, Chocolate, and Peanut Butter Chocolate, and NuGo Dark Chocolate Pretzel. Richard Marx has 13 number one songs, four multi-platinum albums, and has sold over 30 million albums! He won a grammy for co-writing Dance with My Father, the 2004 song of the year. He has written hit songs for many celebrities, including Josh Groban, Barbara Streisand, LeAnn Rimes, Keith Urban, and Natalie Cole.
We are proud to sponsor Marie Bartoletti in the Ironman World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii on October, 13, 2012. Marie, who is 55-years-old and lives near Pittsburgh, PA, has done 236 marathons plus many triathlons and ultras! She ran her first marathon, the Pittsburgh Marathon, when she was 38 and now paces 25-30 marathons per year. Marie is a huge NuGo fan and loves NuGo Family Coffee, Vanilla Yogurt, and Orange Smoothie. Here is an excerpt of our interview with Marie.
We are very excited to introduce Non-Dairy NuGO Slim, the revolutionary low sugar bar. Finally, people needing dairy-free, vegan, or Kosher Pareve can enjoy two flavors of our popular low sugar, gluten-free protein bars! We have had so many customer requests for a dairy-free, low sugar bar that we are happy that we can now bring you this new snack option. Non-Dairy NuGO Slim is available in Crunchy Peanut Butter and Espresso.
Anna and Chris are hiking from Mexico to Canada, 2650 miles along the Pacific Crest Trail. We are proud to support them on their impressive adventure. They sent us a photo of Anna with NuGO Organic Dark Chocolate Pomegranate and a great email.
Are you looking for ways to involve your kids more in the kitchen? Having some basic cooking know-how is a wonderful life skill to teach your kids. From toddlers to teens, there are creative ways to make helping in the kitchen entertaining and interesting. As August is Family Fun Month, we wanted to share how you and your kids can truly have fun with your food while keeping it healthy and delicious. Aviva Goldfarb, Founder and CEO of The Six O’Clock Scramble, shares a recipe below that has both kid and adult appeal. See her post on PBS Kitchen Explorers for how to make this adorable sailboat and more fun snacks for kids. Food can be tasty and amusing!
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