But seriously, they’re full of sugar and otherwise have no nutritional value. If you really crave gummies, try the Gatorade or Clif ones during or after exercising.
obviously more nutritious than others. A handful of nuts, for most people, is a healthier snack than a handful of gummy bears. In general, the less a food has been processed, the more healthy it is. So gummy bears are highly processed food with no fibre or nutrients and contain loads of white sugar, as well as all sorts of chemicals for colour and preservatives. So, in general, gummy bears should be eaten in moderation (if at all!) as part of a well-balanced diet.
But do you know what’s healthier than gummy bears?
Gummy bears soaked in votka 😉
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