🔬 Our hormone and blood sugar-friendly ingredients have been shown to improve insulin resistance, hormonal balance, mood, and more.

🌿 No artificial fillers, GMOs, sugar alcohols, flavors, gluten, soy, gums, or animal products of any kind.

đŸ’Ș Our vegan protein bars have 15g of complete protein + 16g of dietary fiber for fullness, muscle building, and gut health.

♻ Our packaging is 100% compostable & made without endocrine disruptors like BPA or phthalates.

😍 Our bars taste amazing!

  • Peanuts and Almonds are antioxidants, rich in healthy fats, fiber, vitamin E (brain nutrient), and magnesium studies show increases metabolic control and improves insulin function amongst other benefits!
  • Fiber! Studies show Resistant Dextrin Soluble Tapioca Fiber may improve insulin resistance, promote weight loss, regulate metabolic parameters, and reduce the stress hormone cortisol. And Chicory Root Fiber is packed with gut-beneficial prebiotics, which improves digestion and helps with brain fog & memory.
  • Pea & Hemp Protein are clean, complete plant proteins. And hemp protein has the ideal 3:1 ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids!
  • *Statements made on this website have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Information provided by this website or this company is not a substitute for individual medical advice.

    We created Resist after struggling to find a bar that didn’t mess with our hormones or give us a huge sugar spike. Most bars are either low in carbs and sugar but full of artificial, hormone-disrupting ingredients or they are more natural, but filled with fruit sugars that spike blood sugar like crazy.

    Hormone and metabolic health are incredibly important for all bodies, but especially for people like me who struggle with their hormones. I have PCOS or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome which affects about 15% of women and 75% of women who have PCOS also have Insulin Resistance which affects 1/3 of Americans. The former is the most common endocrine disorder and the latter is a condition where the body responds abnormally to the hormone insulin.

    Also, many people eat bars at their desks or on the go -- not in conjunction with a workout. That said, they don't need the carbs to fuel their exercise, and rather their blood sugar spikes leading to many negative effects on hormone and metabolic health. That's where we come in!

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