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Low Carbohydrate Weight Management Think Thin! Bars

Low Carbohydrate Weight Management

Think Thin! Bars


What is the difference between this bar and the other leading bars, like Dr. Atkin’s?

Most other bars contain hydrogenated oils, palm kernel or cotton seed oil, sucrose and/or other additives, such as non-nutritive sweeteners, which Think Thin does not.

What is the benefit of soy/whey protein?
Soy is derived from plants, Whey is derived from milk. Soy has the benefit of strong Isoflavone antioxidant activity. Whey’s benefit is it’s smooth functionality when used with soy.

What is the benefit of Maltitol Crystals and Maltitol Syrup as a sweetener?
Maltitol is a derivative of corn. Corn is broken down into Maltose and processed through Hydrogenation and Hydrolysis into Maltitol Syrup or Crystals. The crystals and syrup are 65% and 90% as sweet as sugar respectively, with 25% less calories. It is absorbed more slowly into the blood stream than sucrose (sugar) and consequently, allows insulin to be released into the blood stream more slowly. As a result, sugar SPIKING is diminished.

What is Dairy Oil?
This is the combination of the oil from milk and the oil from butter combined to give the coating on the bar its smooth texture.

What are “non-impact” and “non-effective” carbs?
Ingredients that count as a non-impact carb are glycerin, fiber and maltitol. The FDA has labeled these ingredients as carbohydrates, as they are not a protein or fiber, but also acknowledges that they do not effect your body like a carbohydrate...so they can be deducted from the total carb count seen on the nutrition panel, giving you the number of carbs to count if you are dieting or diabetic. The number of effective or impact carbs is the number of carbs that will effect or impact your body like a simple carbohydrate.

Are the wrappers current with the newest FDA regulations?
Yes. The FDA’s new requirements are all met with the non-effective carb statement and full disclosure of the carb count. These requirements have been met with the full disclosure of non-impact carbs.

Is Think Thin 100% Natural?
Yes. We use all natural ingredients, including the Vitamin E.

What is the benefit of being Wheat & Gluten FREE?
Currently, 7 out of 9 of our flavors are wheat and gluten free and all nine will be wheat & gluten free by the time our newest wrappers are finalized. The benefit of this is directly related to many of the medically restricted consumers who have a demand for products that are indeed free of wheat & gluten. People with Celiac’s Syndrome cannot digest wheat & gluten properly, and this disease can be life threatening.

Does Think Thin contain any animal products?
No. Think Thin does have dairy and is not considered “vegan”…but be assured there are no animal products in our bars.






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