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Universal Nutrition Doctor's CarbRite Diet™ Bar S'Mores -- 12 Bars


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Universal Nutrition Doctor's CarbRite Diet™ Bar S'Mores Description

  • Sugar Free
  • Gluten Free
  • For Carb Conscious Dieters

Just because you're on a low carbohydrate diet, doesn't mean you have to lower your standards. With Doctor's CarbRite Diet Bars, you can have a bar you really enjoy, one that's full of flavor. The Doctor's CarbRite Diet Bar will satisfy even the most demanding sweet tooth. So if you are sick of bars that taste like cardboard, we recommend the Doctor's CarbRite Diet Bar. No prescription needed!

 

Aside from conventional carbs, there's another class of unconventional carbs called polyols or sugar alcohols. Not truly a carb, these nutrients are commonly found in sugar-free foods to impart sweetness and texture. Nutrients such as maltitol and glycerine, do not cause a significant rise in insulin levels because the body has a hard time absorbing them. This is good because low carb dieting is all about controlling insulin, the hormone which triggers fat storage.


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Free Of
Gluten, sugar.

*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 Bars (56.7 g)
Servings per Container: 12
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories195
   Fat Calories36
Total Fat4 g6%
   Saturated Fat2 g10%
   Trans Fat0 g*
Cholesterol18 mg6%
Sodium138 mg6%
Total Carbohydrate21 g7%
   Fiber2 g8%
   Sugars0 g*
   Sugar Alcohol18 g*
Protein21 g42%
Vitamin A00%
Vitamin C00%
Calcium06%
Iron016%
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Isolated soy protein, glycerine, whey protein concentrate, maltitol syrup, sugar-free chocolate flavored coating (maltitol, cocoa butter, unsweetened chocolate, calcium carbonate, milk fat, calcium caseinate, soy lecithin, natural vanilla extract), hydrolyzed protein, polydextrose, graham cracker and marshmallow flavors, peanut flour, almonds.
Warnings

Please consult your physician before starting any weight loss program.

Allergy alert: Contains soy, milk, peanuts, and tree nuts (almonds, coconut).

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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5 Ways Health Improves When You Quit Sugar

There’s no way to fudge the truth about quitting sugar—it’s hard, especially in the beginning. The more you have it, the more you want, says research, so quitting cold turkey can have a huge impact on your mood, energy and cravings. On the upside, once you get through the initial withdrawal, you will be more even keeled, have the stamina of a champion and feel an aversion to the over-sweetened.

It may seem outrageously ascetic to cut out sugar, akin to declaring celibacy or renouncing texting. But if you are sugar curious, which much like the trending term sober curious—a teetotaler movement that extolls the virtues of life-lived alcohol free—it’s worth exploring the numerous benefits of quitting a mood-altering addiction.

Smiling Woman Sitting on Couch With Mug of Tea Reading and Enjoy the Benefits of Quitting Sugar | Vitacost.com/blog

Sugar creep is real. It’s the insidious invasion of sugar encroachment into foods where it has no place, such as salad dressing and frozen meals. Some health professionals and scientists classify sugar as an addictive substance: Research shows that sugar can be even more addicting than cocaine. Much like the subtitle of the book sober curious, giving up sugar can promise “The Blissful Sleep, Greater Focus, Limitless Presence and Deep Connection Awaiting Us All on the Other Side.”

There are even more benefits that await you when you get to the other side—such as weight loss, clear skin and lasting energy.

Here are five motivating reasons to remove added sugars from your diet.

5 Health Benefits of Quitting Sugar

1. Improved mood

Prep yo’self—you may have an adverse reaction to cutting out sugar while you go through an interim period of abstinence systems (read: crankiness). Sugar is a comfort food, after all, and going off sugar forces you to find other sources of comfort. Blood sugar levels take some time to stabilize and our brains need time to reboot to its new normal.

But once you’ve passed the withdrawal phase, cravings will dissipate and you will feel much better. Studies show people who eat a lot of sugar are more prone to anxiety and irritability. When you cut out added sugar, you will be able to exit the blood sugar roller coaster.

2. Greater focus

You’re likely familiar with the boost we feel after consuming something sugary, but this newfound alertness doesn’t last for long. On average, our glucose levels will drop after around 20 minutes, leaving us feeling unfocused and easily distracted.

A 2013 study indicated that too much sugar can damage synaptic activity in the brain, which may impair communication between brain cells. Unhealthy amounts of sugar can interfere with insulin's ability to regulate how cells use and store sugar for the energy required for processing thoughts and emotions. This can disrupt learning and cause memory loss.

3. Weight loss

Sugar can pack on the pounds, and the converse is also true: Give up sugar, and the pounds may melt away. Once you start eating more whole, unprocessed foods, you may be able to shed stubborn weight such as belly fat. Sugar tends to intensify cravings: It triggers the release of ghrelin (the hunger hormone), which stimulates appetite, making you more likely to over-eat and to opt for foods which don’t satiate you for a prolonged period of time.

When sugar’s high-drama impact stops messing with your hormones, cravings will be easier to control too.

4. Better sleep

The drastic highs and lows in blood-sugar levels that sugar triggers can make a good night’s sleep difficult to come by. Sugar causes the body to release cortisol, which can interrupt your natural sleep cycle. Moreover, a high sugar intake delays the release of melatonin in the brain, the hormone that helps regulate sleep.

Lack of sleep, in turn, can increase your need to eat more sugar for energy, continuing the cycle. Many studies link poor sleep to impaired blood glucose balance, felt as a sugar low, which drives the craving for a sugar high.  

5. Clearer complexion

Sugar interferes with just about everything: weight, sleep, mood and mind. As a final straw, too much sugar can even aggravate many common skin issues, such as dryness and breakouts. Sugar binds to collagen, limiting its production, and thus sets up a molecular domino effect called glycation. Since collagen is what keeps skin plump and elastic, if less of it is in circulation, there’s an increased the risk of skin disorders and wrinkles. Basically, sugar can age your skin prematurely—another good reason to limit your intake. 

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