think! High Protein Bars (Formerly Think Thin Protein Bars)

Formerly Think Thin Protein Bars

think! High Protein Bars (Formerly Think Thin Low-Carb Protein bars) are a part of the healthy keto, low-carb lifestyle. With low net grams of carbs, sugar-free, and gluten-free, they fit in perfectly with a keto or low-carb diet program. think! High Protein Bars can be a meal replacement when you are on the go or a quick snack in between healthy meals. think! High Protein Bars help the body and mind work together for complete health, fitness personal well-being.

  • No Artificial Sweeteners (Does not contain sucralose, saccharin, aspartame, acesulfame potassium, neotame, or advantage.)
  • 20G Protein
  • 0G Sugar
  • Certified Gluten-Free
  • GMO free

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  1. How do you get only 3 net carbs when it says 22 grams of carbs. I do a low carb diet and would like to find a high protein bar.

    • This is based on the net carb formula:

      22 grams carbs minus fiber and sugar alcohols = 3 grams net carbs per serving.


      • There are only 11 grams sugar alcohol and 1 gram fiber in them though so that’s still 11 net carbs per bar How do they get only 3 net out of that ? makes no sense

        • This is just one of the products made by Think Thin:

          The way the manufacturer was listing the nutritionals:

          Total Carb. 21g
            Fiber 1g*
            Sugars 0g
            Sugar Alcohols 11g*
          Glycerin 8g* (does not affect blood sugar in most people)

          21 – 1 – 11 – 8 = 1g

          I don’t necessarily agree with their way of computing carbs but they may do it differently now.


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