Whatsonutsos are melzy's latest creation without any figs. We blend creamy peanut butter with peanut flour and chicory root then enrobe it in premium milk chocolate. Chicory root provides a good dose of fiber, a light sweetness and supports blood and digestive health. Don't let the healthy properties fool you. It's very delicious.
Melzy Creations Peanut Butter in Dark Chocolate WhatsoNutso Bar Original are Melzy’s latest creation (no figs!). They blend creamy peanut butter with peanut flour and chicory root then enrobe it in premium milk or dark chocolate. Chicory root provides a good dose of fiber, a light sweetness and supports blood and digestive health. Don’t let the healthy properties fool you. It’s very delicious!
- All Natural
- Excellent source of Fiber
- No Trans Fat
- No Cholesterol
- Low Sodium
About Melzy Creations
Mel Lefer, a native New Yorker, created and operated two popular San Francisco restaurants in the 1970s and '80s, and had eaten, smoked and worked himself into a body that was killing him. Mel suffered a massive heart attack in 1985 at age 53. The heart attack did so much damage, surgery wasn't an option. The prognosis was grim. Luckily, there was a soon-to-be famous health study about to begin, and Dr. Dean Ornish of the Sausalito-based Preventive Medicine Research Institute asked Mel to take part in it. Ornish told Mel that if he changed his diet and lifestyle he could return to health.
Mel drank many cups of coffee and smoked 6 cigars a day
At the time, the benefits of a low-fat diet were largely unknown to the general public. "The only thing that you could get nonfat back then was skim milk," Mel said. Almost no one thought that the man who smoked six Cuban cigars a day and enjoyed eating out at San Francisco's best restaurants could give it all up and become a vegetarian. Even Mel's physician discouraged Ornish from taking Mel into the study, saying he doubted Mel would live out the year.