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Munk Pack Keto Granola Bar Coconut Cocoa Chip -- 1.12 oz Each / Pack of 6


Munk Pack Keto Granola Bar Coconut Cocoa Chip
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Munk Pack Keto Granola Bar Coconut Cocoa Chip -- 1.12 oz Each / Pack of 6

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Munk Pack Keto Granola Bar Coconut Cocoa Chip Description

  • Chewy & Delicious
  • Plant Based
  • Grain Free
  • Gluten Free
  • Keto

Enjoy a delicious pairing of coconut and cocoa in our chewy Coconut Cocoa Chip Keto Granola Bar. With only 1g sugar and 2g net carbs, they have the same amazing texture and flavor of your favorite chewy granola bars, but without all the added sugar and carbs! Munk Pack Keto Granola Bars combine a wholesome mix of nuts and seeds so you can enjoy the goodness of granola, without the grains! At only 140 calories, these bars are the perfect guilt-free snack to grab when you're on the go or need a quick, no-prep nutritious breakfast. Whether you follow a keto diet or just want to watch your sugar and carb intake, these bars will satisfy your sweet tooth while keeping your health goals on track!

Unlike many keto snacks that use sugar alcohols like erythritol or maltitol as sweeteners, we use allulose in our Keto Granola Bars because it doesn’t have any aftertaste, it has virtually no impact on blood sugar and people report it to be easier on their digestive system. In addition to being keto-friendly, our bars are also gluten free, plant based, Non-GMO and contain no added sugar, no soy, no artificial preservatives or flavors.

Free Of
GMOs, gluten, soy, grains, and preservatives.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: (32 g) 1 Bar
Servings per Container: About 6
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories140
Total Fat13 g17%
   Saturated Fat6 g30%
   Trans Fat0 g
   Polyunsaturated Fat1.5 g
   Monounsaturated Fat4.5
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium60 mg3%
Total Carbohydrate12 g4%
   Dietary Fiber4 g14%
   Total Sugars1 g
     Includes 0g Added Sugars0%
    Allulose5.5 g
    Glycerin0.5
Protein4 g5%
Vitamin D0 mcg0%
Calcium30 mg2%
Iron0.8 mg4%
Potassium135 mg2%
Other Ingredients: Organic bananas, organic cinnamon.
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"Brown Fat" Activation: Making Body Fat Work For You

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Body fat is generally thought of as bad: something to be burned off or melted away as fast as possible. But this narrow view misses the fascinating complexities of different types of fat. Body fat cells—called adipocytes—come in three colors: white, brown and beige. Each has its own purpose and function in your body, and the cells can change color in response to diet, lifestyle or environment. Some fat cells can even burn calories, a mechanism that scientists are keen to investigate in light of the obesity epidemic.

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What is white fat? Insulation and energy

White fat is the fat that the diet and fitness industries zero in on. There are two types: subcutaneous, which is under the skin; and visceral, which is found around organs in the abdominal cavity. White fat acts as both insulation and a store of energy. The cells have a single large fat droplet inside and can expand or contract in response to how much you eat or exercise. When you take in more calories than you need at a given time, the extra goes into white fat cells. When you power through a workout, those stored fat droplets can act as a fuel source. White fat also secretes leptin, your body’s natural appetite-suppressing hormone. The more white fat you have, the more leptin you secrete to regulate appetite. But having too much white fat can cause chronic low-grade inflammation associated with conditions like metabolic syndrome, diabetes, and heart disease. Being sedentary also appears to trigger white fat’s pro-inflammatory effects regardless of total body fat levels.

What is brown fat? The internal furnace

Brown fat is found in your neck and upper back, around your kidneys, and near your spinal cord. It makes up about 5% of your body weight when you’re a baby and decreases as you age. These cells have many small fat droplets inside and contain a lot of iron, which gives them their brown color. But what makes brown fat interesting is its high concentration of mitochondria. Mitochondria are responsible for turning food into ATP, your body’s main energy molecule. But in brown fat, mitochondria also create heat through a process called non-shivering thermogenesis. A unique protein, UCP1, changes the way protons move through mitochondrial membranes and causes cells to produce heat instead of ATP. Through this process, known as the “proton leak,” brown fat burns calories to regulate your body temperature.

What is beige fat? Going from white to brown

If you lose brown fat as you age, does that mean losing out on its calorie-burning benefits? That’s where beige fat comes in. Some white fat cells have genes that allow them to produce UCP1 under certain conditions. This can transform white fat into brown fat, creating a “brown-in-white” combination that scientists call “brite” fat or beige fat. Irisin, a glucose-regulating hormone secreted during cold exposure and exercise, may play a role by stimulating UCP1 and the subsequent cycle of heat generation. This happens even though beige fat cells don’t usually make as much UCP1 as brown fat cells. But UCP1 might not be the only mechanism that creates heat in beige fat cells. One rodent study led researchers to hypothesize that two specific proteins—SERCA2b and RyR2—may activate at the same time to burn glucose and pump out heat. Whether this process or the proton leak is the primary heat producer human beige fat cells is unknown.

Making body fat work for you

Because brown fat and beige fat burn calories to keep you warm, activating these internal “heaters” through diet and lifestyle may help you maintain a healthy body weight. Science shows that there are certain things you can do to change white fat to beige fat or activate the brown fat you already have:
  • Cold exposure. Spend some time outdoors in cold weather, or keep the heat lower in your house in the winter.
  • Arginine-rich foods. Try nuts, seeds, beans, tofu, tempeh or edamame.
  • Resveratrol-rich foods. Grapes, dark berries, peanuts and cocoa are all good—and delicious!—sources of resveratrol, a phytonutrient that may help transform white fat to beige.
  • Spicy foods. Add hot pepper powder to meals, or enjoy a spicy bowl of chili or curry.
  • Turmeric and ginger. Sprinkle these warming, earthy spices into your favorite dish, or add them to smoothies.
  • Green tea. The effect is small, but sipping a few cups of green tea during the day can burn a handful of calories through brown fat activation.
  • Physical activity can activate brown fat and stimulate beige fat production.
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