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  • Developed by leading Liver Health Specialists
  • No refined sugars, gluten-free, very low sodium
  • Includes our Super 16 Vitamin & Mineral Mix®

4 Amsety Nutrition Bars Starter Pack

Amsety Bar is the first nutrition bar in the U.S. supporting liver health. We have developed Amsety Bar to improve the daily life of liver patients, as it is not easy to find the right diet. We‘ve received great customer feedback on our two delicious flavours of dark chocolate and peanut butter and want to give you the chance to try out our bars in a limited trial pack of 4 bars. Improve your liver diet today!

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America‘s first Nutrition Bar Supporting Liver Health

Proper nutrition is a constant struggle for people with special liver conditions. This is why we have developed the first nutrition bar in the U.S. market that meets very specific nutritional demands of those with special liver conditions.

Amsety Bars are designed to support a healthy liver diet, providing sufficient energy intake for liver patients and supporting oral intake among patients with poor appetites.

With only 200 calories per serving, Amsety Bars make a great solution for a healthy diet. Being nutrient dense but easily digestable, Amsety Bars can be consumed as meal replacement bars and healthy snacks during your busy day.

Try out our two irresistible flavors of Dark Chocolate and Peanut Butter!

Support your Liver Health with Amsety Bars

Facts about Peanut Butter – Health in a Nutshell

Peanut Butter can have a positive impact on health and well-being. Many reputable research institutes such as the Harvard School of Public Health have studied the positive effects of peanut butter on health.

Specifically for liver health, studies at the University of Virginia documented that vitamin E, large quantities of which can be found in peanut butter, may help the liver regenerate by blocking the RSK proteins that develop cirrhosis.

> View Nutrition Facts for Peanut Butter Superstar

Facts about Dark Chocolate – No Dark Secrets

Dark chocolate is scientifically proven to support liver health. Recent studies have shown that dark chocolate could boost your liver health and your overall immune system.

Rich in antioxidants and vitamins, dark chocolate can lower the blood pressure in the liver and reduce damage to the blood vessels, which is very important for people who suffer from cirrhosis. Having an antioxidant effect on the liver contributes to the prevention of liver disease.

> View Nutrition Facts for Dark Chocolate Champion

Amsety Loves Liver Health - Customers Love Amsety

, Michigan
12/06/2019
Delicious!
"I loved both flavors. The peanut butter has chunks of peanuts and is really tasty, but I am a chocoholic. The dark chocolate bar has a slightly dense, chewy texture that I found very satisfying. It is so hard to believe they are healthy."

, Michigan
12/06/2019
Delicious!
"I loved both flavors. The peanut butter"

, Kentucky
12/05/2019
A step above the rest.
"I enjoyed my amsety bars. First, I will say the customer service at the company is amazing. You can tell they really do care about people and People's Health. The bar samples I were sent had a good flavor, texture, and they did not sit heavy in my stomach, which is important to me. I have gastroparesis, so nutrition bars are important to me. I was very pleased and will consider these in the future as emergency nutrition"

, New York
12/05/2019
Very Flavorful
"I was surprised that the bars had such a great flavor - when I think of gluten free, I think of flavorless, dry products. I was pleasantly surprised that this product was not only healthy but filling"

, California
12/03/2019
Good Taste
"Trying to eat healthier and this is a great start,love the taste and it satisfies my cravings between meals"

Please note that we do not provide any medical advice, diagnoses, procedures, tests or therapies on our website. Amsety does not offer any medical diagnosis or treatment advice and our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. As a liver patient, you should always discuss your diet with your doctor.