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Whether you are an endurance athlete, a bodybuilder or simply a hard working stay at home mom, you probably have experienced issues with lacking the time to eat your required calories to function at your best.

Peanut butter provides a quick fix for this. Pair it up with some fruit, or nuts and you have a nutritional snack to fuel your muscles directly following your workouts.  Our bars contain gluten free oats, almonds, pecans, apples, plums and sunflower seeds. All of these ingredients, combined with our All natural peanut butter makes for the perfect recovery and pick me up snack for all ages.

Sports nutritionist Nancy Clark, MS, RD, explains why she believes, as we do, that Peanut Butter is a super sports food.

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By Kevin Everett
Head Triathlon Coach for Treasure Valley YMCA’s
& Professional Triathlete

I have been eating JETE Bars since 2010 when my mom started experimenting with a healthy nutritionally rich snack.  At first I enjoyed them even though gluten seemed not to be an issue for me.  How could it be?  I was training and racing as a professional triathlete, I felt good most of the time if not just about all the time.  Yet my mom, who found out in 1979 that she was intolerant to gluten, kept suggesting that my subtle symptoms might be due to the same intolerance.  ‘No way’, I would think, feeling threatened about losing a source of tasty and easy to eat food.  Mostly from the fact that I couldn’t fathom giving up all things wheat; I obtained massive amounts of pleasure from these gluten foods.

With enough jabbing she convinced me to try a gluten free diet for an upcoming race.  Comforted by the fact that she would make sure I had plenty of JETE bars helped immensely curb the desire for yummie wheat products.  About a month before the 2012 Ironman Arizona race I cut out all things wheat.  The race was exceptional and I noticed improvements to my health.  Unfortunately, this meant facing the fact that gluten might be holding me back and I may have eaten my last doughnut.

That race helped to continue being gluten low, I would avoid gluten but I did not obsess about saying, “No thank you, I can’t eat that; I have a gluten allergy”.  I really wanted to avoid being that guy.

I have been gluten low since October 2012 and gluten free since August 2013 and it has been a long road of nutritional discovery to get here.

I have had two accidental doses of gluten since late summer, fries at a restaurant that were fried together with other batter that contained wheat and some salsa that was using gluten as a ‘filler’.  Both times a couple hours later my gut cramped up and it had me moaning in pain.  I have no problem being the guy that now says, “No thank you, I have a gluten allergy.”

With my tolerance down, ingesting gluten floors me.  It amazes me to think back over the last couple decades that my body dealt with the subtle and not so subtle ‘poisoning’ pretty well.

Improvements since being gluten free:

  • *At age 38 I had my best season ever including winning the LA Triathlon.
  • *Without a doubt my digestion is, let’s say, more solid all-around.
  • *My weight has come down (from mid-160’s to mid-150’s).
  • *A skin rash, on my lower left leg that baffled me and my dermatologist for over a decade, vanished.
  • *I had learned to deal with bloating not even noticing it as a symptom, in hindsight is sucks and I no longer need to deal with it.
  • *This ties in with my all-around more solid digestion; no more gas.
  • *I eat better due to the simple fact that I have to carefully choose less processed foods and seek out more whole foods.
  • *Every indication from my training and racing as a professional triathlete shows improvement across the board.  I am healthier and more fit at age 39 than I have ever been in my life.
  • *With the help of healthy choices like JETE Bar I no longer miss doughnuts…well sometimes my wife does have an awfully yummie looking croissant.

I have been using the JETE Bar for everything from snacks, to meal replacements, to dessert while eating them before, during and after training and racing.  The process of going gluten free would not have been as empowering or as enjoyable without them.

I am grateful to my mom for opening my eyes and for her support.  I would not have been able to start making the necessary changes without her help and guidance.  She really makes One Mother of a Bar!™

JETE bars are here! These tasty bars are gluten, dairy, soy and egg free. They are “One mother of a bar!.
Trust us, you don’t need to have any food allergies to enjoy our nutritional bars with no preservatives.
  • Use as premiere snack to help you bridge to your next meal
  • Eat them before, during and after exercising
  • Most of all, we love them for dessert!
Thanks to everyone who has made our journey possible. We are happy to be live” on the web, order our amazing bars today. Share your stories with us, we will be glad to post them right here on
You can purchase bars online from anywhere in the U.S., so if you don’t live in Boise, don’t worry, we have your nutritional energy needs covered.
For the last few weeks, we have been busy locally and nationally, helping others discover our products. Our bars have traveled to Oregon, Ohio, California, Nevada, Florida and have been tested at many events around Boise.
Bandanna running store runs a weekly run/walk on Mondays as “Meet me Monday”. Its mission is to “improve the health of our community by bringing friends and families together while enjoying the beauty of our city.” This falls right in line with one of our motto’s “Go Healthy, Go Active, Go JETE!  Linda, our CEO and baker, spoke about what makes her bars so tasty and healthy.
We also provided samples to the YMCA Regional swim meet – more than 500 hardworking and hungry swimmers!
Finally, the Boise Aeros triathlon club is off to their yearly training camp in Nevada with a load of energy in their pocket. We hope you enjoy them and come back for more.
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