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Popchips Gluten Free Popped Potato Chips Sea Salt -- 5 oz


Popchips Gluten Free Popped Potato Chips Sea Salt


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Popchips Gluten Free Popped Potato Chips Sea Salt Description

  • Never Fried • Always Real.
  • Gluten Free
  • Non-GMO
  • Kosher
  • Vegan

Unbelievably

Un-Fried

 

Simply Sea Salt

Simply Delicious.

The classics stand the test of time - and taste buds. For example, combining potatoes and sea salt dates back to the year 1000 BC, or before chips. Clearly, these simple ingredients bring out the best in each other, and they'll bring out the snacker in you.

 

Calling all snacktivists.

Boiling in oil used to be something you did to your enemies. But potato chip makers do it to potatoes. They must really hate potatoes. But we don't. We love them. That's why we take potatoes, add heat and pressure, then pop! It's a perfectly seasoned chip that tastes as good as fried. So eat popchips, and feel the love in every bite.

 

Free Of
GMOs, gluten, added preservatives, artificial flavors, synthetic colors, cholesterol, trans fat.

*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: 1 oz (28 g) (23 Chips)
Servings per Container: 5
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories120
Total Fat4 g5%
   Saturated Fat0 g0%
   Trans Fat0 g
   Polyunsaturated Fat0.5 g
   Monounsaturated Fat4 g
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium190 mg8%
Potassium200 mg6%
Total Carbohydrate19 g6%
  Dietary Fiberg0%
  Total Sugars0 g
   Sugars0 g
Includes <1g<1%
Protein1 g
Vitamin D0 mcg0%
Calcium4 mg0%
Iron0 mg0%
Potassium200 mg4%
Other Ingredients: Dried potato, rice flour, sunflower and/or safflower oil, potato starch, sea salt, salt.
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1. Madonna: Coconut water

Coconut water not only makes hydration fun, it is a good source of fiber, vitamin C and several important minerals. According to the New York Post, Pop singer Madonna has become so nuts for coconut water that she invested about $1.5 million in one of the leading makers of the drink, Vita Coco. The Post article says, “Madonna is so enthusiastic about coconut water — the clear juice from young, green coconuts, not the brown coconuts that have a milky liquid center — that she drank fresh coconut juice daily on the overseas leg of the Sticky & Sweet tour.”

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2. Jillian Michaels: Popchips

Even fitness expert, author, television personality, and life coach Jillian Michaels likes to crunch on something salty once in a while. In an interview for Shape magazine, Michaels says, “For example, I adore Popchips. They're 100 calories a bag—no preservatives, no trans fats, and no artificial sweeteners. Is it a superfood? No. But will it kill me? No!" Popped not fried, popchips are healthier and lighter (half the fat) than your average potato chip.

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3. Alicia Silverstone: Umeboshi plums

Actress, vegan chef, environmentalist and animal rights activist Alicia Silverstone is the creator of the Kind Diet, a vegan eating plan and how-to guide. Silverstone calls umeboshi plums a superhero food and advises eating them in medicinal doses a few times a week, especially when you are under the weather. In her blog thekindlife.com she says, “You can add it to tea, as in my Hangover Tea, or sprinkle a diced up piece of plum on hot cereal, or you can just eat it by itself. You can also suck on the pit when you’re not feeling well and forgive the salty-sour taste. Just remember that it’s healing you!”

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4. Jennifer Hudson: Smoked almonds

Packed with lots of healthy fats, fiber, protein, magnesium and vitamin E, almonds are a versatile, tasty addition to everyone’s diet. Singer, actress and former Weight Watchers spokesperson, Jennifer Hudson notes in a Good Housekeeping interview that almonds are her go-to snack. “When I am in the mood for something salty and crunchy, I eat smoked almonds.”

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5. Jessica Alba: Popcorn

High in fiber and low in calories (depending on how it’s prepared), popcorn is what actress and The Honest Company founder Jessica Alba reaches for when she loses steam. In a Washington Post article, Alba says, "I'm addicted to popcorn. I eat it throughout the day. I'm a scatterbrain with lots of things to do at once, and eating popcorn helps me concentrate. It's my way of dealing with my mind wandering off." LesserEvil Buddha Bowl Popcorn | Vitacost.com/blog

6. Jennifer Aniston: Protein shake

Box-office star Jennifer Anniston knows how to hit the ground running by making sure she gets enough protein. The star says in a People magazine interview that her breakfast is usually a protein shake. “I’ll put in bananas, cherries, blackberries, a greens powder, a collagen peptide, a little cacao powder, chocolate stevia drop and chocolate almond milk,” she says. “You can see I like chocolate-flavored. I don’t like protein taste.”Garden of Life Organic Plant Protein | Vitacost.com/blog

7. Dr. Oz: Dark chocolate

Television personality, professor, and surgeon Dr. Oz says in a Health magazine interview that dark chocolate counts as a health food—if it contains 70 percent cocoa. Dark chocolate contains flavonoids (natural chemicals with antioxidant properties) that improve blood vessel function. His advice? “Enjoy an ounce or two a day. Pass on milk chocolate, though—“It’s actually not chocolate, just milk fat with a chocolate coating,” he says.Theo Chocolate Organic 70% Pure Dark Chocolate Bar | Vitacost.com/blog

8. Heidi Klum: EBoost Super Powder packets

 A vitamin/electrolyte blend can help keep you hydrated, especially when on-the-go or after a workout. Television producer, actress and model Heidi Klum told US magazine she uses these energy drink mixes to help stay focused and energized on-the-go. Each packet contains doses of potassium, zinc, B-vitamins and caffeine sourced from green tea and green coffee seed.

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9. Kourtney Kardashian: Rhythm Kale Chips

According to an article in US magazine, “reality star Kourtney Kardashian was recently seen munching on Rhythm Kale Chips on her series Kim and Kourtney Take New York.” Kale is a nutritional powerhouse, full of essential vitamins A, C, calcium and iron. These organic, air-crisped chips come in seven flavors and provide a generous amount of both fiber and protein.Rhythm Kale Chips | Vitacost.com/blog

 

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