ChocoPerfection 1.8 oz. Sugar Free Chocolate Bars

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ChocoPerfection Sugar Free Chocolate Bars. Low carb chocolate bar without maltitol. ChocoPerfection bars in 4 flavors.

Dark Chocolate ChocoPerfection 1.8 oz. Sugar Free Chocolate Bar

Dark Chocolate ChocoPerfection 1.8 oz. Sugar Free Chocolate Bar. Low carb chocolate bar without maltitol.

Milk Chocolate ChocoPerfection 1.8 oz. Sugar Free Chocolate Bar

Milk Chocolate ChocoPerfection 1.8 oz. Sugar Free Chocolate Bar. Low carb chocolate bar without maltitol.

Bran-a-crisp Wheat Bran Fiber Bread – MANUFACTURER OUT OF BUSINESS

Bran-a-crisp went out of business years ago but we suggest you try GG Bran Crispbread or Wasa Fiber Crispbread.

Parmesan & Italian Herb Baked Cheese Crisps by Grace Island Foods

Parmesan & Italian Herb Grace Island Baked Cheese Crisps are a whole new way to think about crackers. Fresh goodness of Parmesan & Italian Herb Grace Island Cheese Chips.

All Natural Powdered Peanut Butter 32 oz bag by Common Good Foods – DISCONTINUED BY MANUFACTURER

Unfortunately the manufacturer of Common Good Foods Gourmet Peanut Butter Powder discontinued the product in 2010.

Product Review: Joseph’s Lite Cookies on the Belly Fat Cure by Amber Allen-Sauer

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Looking for a snack on the Belly Fat Cure? Joseph’s Sugar Free cookies are a great little snack that doesn’t taste at all like “diet food” and have Jorge Cruise’s Belly Fat Cure Seal of Approval.

Review: GG Scandinavian Bran Crispbread by Amy Dungan

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At first glance the GG Scandinavian Bran Crispbreads don’t look like much. They are brown, flat and resemble the chipboard my dad used to pick up at the lumber yard when I was a kid. They seriously look like they should taste like cardboard. Thankfully they don’t. They actually remind me of the All Bran cereal I used to love, minus any sweetness. They have that cereal texture too. While pretty dry by themselves, these little babies are a tasty {Read full article}

My Responsibilities As A Low Carb Retailer And Are Carb Counts On Products Correct

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For the last couple of weeks, I have been promising you an article about how we all need to take responsibility as low carbers to dispel all the lies, inaccuracies, and negative stories about the late Dr. Atkins and YOUR low carb lifestyle. Because our industry is so new and there are so many controversies surrounding low carb, I’ve decided to first look at what you should expect from me as the owner of CarbSmart especially since carbohydrate counts on labels are being questioned.