PaleoBar™ - Dairy-Free Coconut/Almond, Case of 18

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PaleoBar™ - Dairy-Free Coconut/Almond, Case of 18

Description

What It Does:

PaleoBars™ are delicious nutrition bars designed to provide a healthy snack food for optimizing the intake of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, and micronutrients. They contain no artificial sweeteners, but include natural ones such as xylitol, maltitol, and erythritol. All PaleoBars™ are Kosher certified and free of gluten, fructose, sucrose, soy protein, and hydrogenated oils.

Ingredients:

PaleoBar™-DF Coconut/Almond is a crave control bar to help curb carbohydate cravings, featuring Alpha Lipoic Acid and chromium. This bar is dairy-free with a protein base from rice protein concentrate and pea protein isolate and healthy fats from almond butter and coconut oil.

- Dairy-Free
- Fructose Free
- 50 mg Alpha Lipoic Acid
- 100 mcg Chromium
- Gluten Free

Maltitol syrup, rice protein concentrate, coconut, almond butter, erythritol, glycerine, digestion resistant fiber (fibersol 2) Guar Gum, Crisped Rice (rice flour, malt extract, rice bran, calcium carbonate) MacNut (macadamia nut oil) Natural flavor, coconut oil, Rice X stabillized rice bran, Sea Salt, Alpha Lipoic acid, Chromium Niacin Glycine Chelate.

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 bar
Calories: 190
Fat Calories: 80
Total Fat 9g
(Saturated Fat 5g)
Cholesterol 0 mg
Sodium 70 mg
Total Carb 27 g
Dietary Fiber 6 g
Sugars 2 g
Sugar Alcohol 13 g
Protein 8 g
Ingredients:  Maltitol syrup, rice protein concentrate, coconut, almond butter, erythritol, glycerine, digestion resistant fiber (fibersol 2) Guar Gum, Crisped Rice (rice flour, malt extract, rice bran, calcium carbonate) MacNut (macadamia nut oil) Natural flavor, coconut oil, Rice X stabillized rice bran, Sea Salt, Alpha Lipoic acid, Chromium Niacin Glycine Chelate.

** The Net Carbs are calculated by subtracting the dietary fiber and other low glycemic carbohydrates including sugar alcohols from the total carbohydrates. Individuals who monitor their carbohydrate intake may deduct these low glycemic carbohydrates from the "total" carb count due to their minimum impact on blood sugar levels.