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Halo Top Ice Cream - Gestational Diabetes | Forums | What To Expect

Halo Top Ice Cream - Gestational Diabetes | Forums | What To Expect

I have tried all the flavors and its the best! I could eat 1/2 of pint and my numbers were great! Yuck! I think its gross lol I can do Breyers Carb Smart and be fine and to me it tastes way better! My numbers are fine with it but the texture is off putting. I like Bryers Carb Smart ice cream much better! So creamy and tasty! I love halo top(well two flavors)! However, it does contain sugar alcohols and thats something I personally avoid during pregnancy because sugar alcohols are processed as alcohol basically and I dont feel comfortable with that in my pregnancy. Yea the amount is small, but my dietician also advised to stay away from sugar alcohols. However, that being said thats what I am comfortable following and you should do whatever youre comfortable with :) just thought Id share what I was informed with Half a pint is the perfect evening snack for me - surprisingly high amount of protein and Ive never once woken up with a high fasting number after having that. My numbers have been a huge struggle to control - Im on glyburide at the highest allowable dose and just barely avoiding having to go on insulin and even with that level of difficulty, halo top has been a safe snack for me. Plus half a container feels very indulgent which is awesome because indulging is not something I get to do a lot of at the moment. :-) I'm diet controlled and have a snickers or Klondike bar every night with permission of my team. My fasting number is always between 81-87 and I have never exceeded 90 with that snack. I of course checked my bs 1 hour post meal to make sure I didn't have a spike as that is when I always check post meal. I tried other snacks and go over 90 so I'll take it. I'm 39 weeks pregnant and this past week my fasting number has been 78 every morning. The chocolate Continue reading >>

Best Ice Cream For Type 2 Diabetes

Best Ice Cream For Type 2 Diabetes

Ice cream does not have to be strictly off limits for people with type 2 diabetes. While it is still best to enjoy ice cream in moderation, there are ice cream and frozen yogurt choices out there that will not derail a healthful diet. People with type 2 diabetes have more to think about than simply ruining their diet with ice cream. Their main concerns are about how ice cream will affect their blood sugar levels, since controlling this is critical to managing diabetes. While people with diabetes can include ice cream as part of their healthful diet, it is important for them to make informed decisions about what ice creams they should eat. Understanding ice cream sugar servings Most ice cream has a lot of added sugar, making it something a person with diabetes should avoid. Because of this, one of the first things they should consider when choosing an ice cream is the sugar content. People with diabetes need to understand how their ice cream indulgence fits into their overall diet plan. Here are a few facts for people with diabetes to consider: Every 4 grams (g) of sugar is equivalent to 1 teaspoon. The more sugar that is in the ice cream, the more carbohydrates it has. An ice cream serving with 15 g of carbohydrates is equal to 1 serving of carbohydrates. Any carbohydrates in ice cream will count towards the total carbohydrate goal for the day, which will be different for each person. Protein and fat found in ice cream can help slow absorption of sugar. Choosing an ice cream higher in protein and fat may be preferable to choosing a lower fat option. A suitable portion of ice cream for somebody with diabetes is very small, usually half a cup. But most people serve much more than this. It is crucial that a person with diabetes sticks to the proper portion size, so they kn Continue reading >>

Are These 3 Ice Creams Diabetes-friendly To You?

Are These 3 Ice Creams Diabetes-friendly To You?

With the heat of summer the body often yearns for the cooling sensation of ice cream. This year for the first time since I learned two decades ago that I have diabetes I succumbed to the temptation. But until now I have refrained from writing about ice cream so as not to lead anyone too far down the slippery slope of gluttony, also known as pigging out. Few of us can limit our indulgence to 1/2 cup or less in a sitting. I can’t. But now that the fall equinox will arrive in less than a month we have only a short window left to test our willpower. So this is the time to review some of the relatively low-calorie, low-carb, and/or low-sugar ice cream brands on the national market. This is the other end of the richness spectrum from splurging on Häagen-Dazs or Ben and Jerry’s. It’s inevitably also at the other end of the taste spectrum. But that might be a good thing if that restrains us from binging on too much of a good thing. After long and arduous searching, I regret that I have not been able to find any brand or flavor of ice cream that I buy more than rarely or can recommend wholeheartedly. Actually, they all taste good enough for my unsophisticated ice cream taste buds, but each of the three of the brands that I’ve been able to find have some ingredients that I normally choose to avoid. Conveniently for our comparisons, each brand comes in a 1 pint container. Less conveniently, the Nutrition Facts panel on each container says that the serving size is 1/2 cup, undoubtedly due to the Food and Drug Administration’s size requirements. This is inconvenient, because in all of recorded history no one has ever succeeded in eating just a fourth of a 1 pint container of ice cream. The FDA has, however, begun to realize how unrealistic some of their service sizes are, Continue reading >>

Review: Halo Top Low-carb Ice Cream

Review: Halo Top Low-carb Ice Cream

Oh my. This stuffHalo Topis reallygood. And I wasnt expecting it to be because Ive tried low-carb ice creams before and they werenot good. (Im looking atyou,Arctic Zero.) Before I try to express my tastebuds delight in words, allow me to give you the full scoop on this tasty treat: Halo Top ice cream is low-carb, low-fat, andhigh-protein. Not your average ice cream, folks. Halo Top is sweetened with stevia (a plant that happens to taste like sugar) and erythritol (a sugar alcohol derived from fruit). Both stevia and erythritol have little-to-no impact on blood sugar levels. As you can see, after subtracting fiber and erythritol, there are 4 net-carbs in a serving of Halo Top. And there are 4 servings per pint. Ingredients inVanilla Flavor:Milk and cream, eggs, erythritol, prebiotic fiber, milk protein concentrate, organic cane sugar, vegetable glycerin, organic vanilla extract, organic vanilla beans, sea salt, organic carob gum, organic guar gum, organic stevia. While the ingredients arent flawlessly clean, theyre all relativelyreal identifiable ingredients. There are no mysteries or funky additives. And thankfully, most flavors are actually gluten-free except for most of the cookie flavors. (Their oatmeal flavor is surprisingly gluten-free.) Andnone of them contain milk that was sourced from a cow given growth hormones. With 240 calories and 24 grams of protein in an entire pint, its almost worth trading your protein shake foralthough youll of course get 16 grams of carbs, too, but thats still pretty low for an entire pint of ice cream! (Some pints, like Cookies n Cream, have 320 calories.) While you can certainly find this at your higher-end grocery stores, like Whole Foods, Ive actually found it in two mainstream chains in New England that are considered more budget Continue reading >>

Delicious Low Calorie And Low Carb Ice Cream By Halo Top

Delicious Low Calorie And Low Carb Ice Cream By Halo Top

Delicious Low Calorie and Low Carb Ice Cream by Halo Top Looking for a summer-time ice cream treat that wont mess up your diet? Check out Halo Top ice cream! It is low calorie (70 per serving), low carb (4g net), plus it has an impressive 7 g of protein! Best of all, it taste great and comes in a number of delicious flavors from the traditional strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate as well as brand new flavors of Birthday Cake, Chocolate Mocha Chip, and Mint Chip! I received product to facilitate this post. Delicious Low-Calorie, Low-Carb Ice Cream You may think that if it is low-calorie, low-carb, and gluten-free that it must taste terrible. You would be wrong. Halo Top doesnt sacrifice flavor and taste at all! They use only the finest ingredients including Nielsen-Massey Madagascar Vanilla, Belgian Callebaut Chocolate (rated Best Overall cocoa by Cooks Illustrated Magazine), and organic California lemons and strawberries. The result is a premium ice cream that your taste buds wont know is healthier for you! When scooping the ice cream, youll notice that the texture is a little different than ordinary ice cream, but it does scoop out in nice scoops and it taste great. To me, the texture is similar to an iced milk, probably because there isnt heavy cream and fat in this premium ice cream. Once I got past the initial scooping of the ice cream, we loved it. My kids cant even tell the difference. They dont know that Halo Top is low calorie and low carb ice cream! We enjoy Halo Top in sugar cones mostly or a few scoops in a bowl. We limit added sugar with syrups but this chocolate Halo Top with chocolate syrup and chocolate chips looks decadent! It is a healthier twist on an ice cream sundae! Speaking of being healthier for you. . .One thing that Halo Top has more of than ord Continue reading >>

Is Halo Top Healthy? Diet Ice Cream Nutrition | Shape Magazine

Is Halo Top Healthy? Diet Ice Cream Nutrition | Shape Magazine

Everyone and their mom is "into health and fitness" these daysand don't get me wrong, that's great. Only good things can come from having more healthy, happy people in this world. (Yay workout endorphins and vegetables!) But because these topics are ~super trendy~ RN, people looove to share what they're doing every step of the wayincluding endorsing workouts or diets they love, and trying things they've seen other people blast on the Internet. It's like the modern-day, adult version of peer pressure: If everyone is going Paleo, and doing juice cleanses, and Instagramming from SoulCycle, you should probably do it too, right? If it worked for them, it's gotta work for you. (BTW, social media isn't always great for your health .) And that's exactly what's happening with this damn ice cream. ICYMI, "healthy" ice cream brands are blowing up too. Halo Top , Arctic Zero , and Enlightened are debatably the best-loved brands (at least on Insta), and clock in at just 240 to 300 calories per pint. Then there's Wink Desserts , which boasts a 100-calorie pint (say whaaaa). In one 1/2-cup serving from their chocolate pints, Halo Top, Arctic Zero, and Enlightened each have about 35 to 60 calories, 3 to 5g of protein, 3 to 5g of sugar, and 0 to 2g of fat. Wink has just 25 calories, 2g protein, 0g sugar, and 0.5g fat. Their nutritional facts (compared to 1/2 cup of chocolate Hagen-Dazs, which has 260 calories, 5g protein, 19g sugar, and 17g fat) seem like straight magic, am I right? A post shared by Halo Top Creamery (@halotopcreamery) on For this exact reason, when I first tried these ice creams about a year ago, I was hooked. The kinda-bloated feeling and weird aftertaste were worth the fact that I could eat an entire pint of this low-calorie, high-fiber, high-protein ice cream and s Continue reading >>

Are These 3 Ice Creams Diabetes-friendly To You?

Are These 3 Ice Creams Diabetes-friendly To You?

With the heat of summer, the body often yearns for the cooling sensation of ice cream. This year, for the first time since I learned two decades ago that I have diabetes, I succumbed to the temptation. But, until now, I have refrained from writing about ice cream so as not to lead anyone too far down the slippery slope of gluttony, also known as “pigging out.” Few of us can limit our indulgence to half a cup or less in a sitting. I can’t. But now that the fall equinox will arrive in less than a month, we have only a short window left to test our willpower. So this is the time to review some of the relatively low-calorie, low-carb, and/or low-sugar ice cream brands on the national market. This is the other end of the richness spectrum from splurging on Häagen-Dazs or Ben and Jerry’s. It’s inevitably also at the other end of the taste spectrum. But that might be a good thing if that restrains us from binging on too much of a good thing. After long and arduous searching, I regret that I have not been able to find any brand or flavor of ice cream that I buy more than rarely or can recommend wholeheartedly. Actually, they all taste good enough for my unsophisticated ice cream taste buds, but each of the three of the brands that I’ve been able to find have some ingredients that I normally choose to avoid. Conveniently for our comparisons, each brand comes in a one-pint container. Less conveniently, the “nutrition facts” panel on each container says that the serving size is half a cup, undoubtedly due to the Food and Drug Administration’s size requirements. The FDA has, however, begun to realize how unrealistic some of their serving sizes are, and we can hope that this will change. Meanwhile, we always need to check out the serving size on any package we b Continue reading >>

Halo Top Ice Cream - Gestational Diabetes | Forums | What To Expect

Halo Top Ice Cream - Gestational Diabetes | Forums | What To Expect

Go ahead, do yourself a favor and get yourself a pint of this (or two) next time you're at the store. Fixes any sweet tooth craving and has a lot of protein while being low sugar. I was shocked at how non-diet it tasted! Ooh I haven't seen oatmeal cookie anywhere! I've had mint chocolate chip, cookie dough, salted caramel and peanut butter cup. Mint and cookie dough have been my favorites so far. I've been trying to find the red velvet but no luck yet! I just picked some up today and tried it. It's amazing! So nice to be able to have a little bit of sweets. I was just diagnosed last week, so it hasn't been long on this strict diet, but I was dying for ice cream or chocolate milk and this was perfect. Hopefully my numbers are okay in the morning...if so, this will be a go to for one of my snacks! They taste so good! No different from regular ice cream if you ask me. Coffee chocolate chip and Chocolate fudge just got on the halotop train. ive tried the chocolate peanut butter and sea salt caramel. i actually found both flavors to taste almost too sweet for me?! maybe its been too long since ive had any ice cream haha i just wanted to say i add some nuts to the halotop and try to have it earlier at night. then right before bed i have some more protein. after about 7.5hrs of fasting this has lowered my fasting numbers a bit vs just having protein :) I read all over the group about this ice cream and wanted to try it for my fasting #s, my supermarket was out :( I saw a icee cream bar called " enlighten" same concept if halo top, low cal/low sugar/ protein, thought what do I have to lose. Had a bar last night for my bedtime snack, I'm on 52 units of levemir due to my fasting being always over 90, for the first time in almost 2 weeks I was at 83!!! So happy. It's an alternati Continue reading >>

Halo Top Ice Cream - Low-carb Lifestyle - Diabetes Forums

Halo Top Ice Cream - Low-carb Lifestyle - Diabetes Forums

Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please,join our community todayto contribute and support the site. This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies. Saw a product review on All Day I Dream About Food today for Halo Top ice cream. At 4g net carbs per serving I really wanted to try it. Luckily, one of the fancier local grocers carries it. I got all four flavors. So far I've only tried the lemon cake flavor, but it's really good. It is so nice to be able to dig into a pint without having to be super careful about the serving size. Also, the lemon cake flavor is quite tasty with black cherry Torani syrup drizzled over it. The mouthfeel is off a bit, btw, so it's not perfect. It has a slightly dry or powdery feel, but only slightly. I'll update when I've tried the other flavors. I haven't heard of that one. I have used carb smart ice cream which is 4 carbs and I had to stop because it gave me higher bgs the next day. I find that just because the net carbs may be in range for us, the ingredients are key! There can be a net carb count that seems good to us, but if the ingredients have other flours, other starches, aother products that break down in the body and turn to sugar later than immediately, this is where it all goes wrong....then you get that 3 hour spike and realize that this bar is not for you...so I say read the label ingredients even if the net carb count looks great because bad hidden things will turn that d friendly bar inot a regular one, LOL....if I am ging to get a 3 hour spike over a d friendly bar, I would just as soon eat the regular ones that taste beetter and get the bad reading imediately and enjoy the taste better to begin with, LOL... If I did it right, the link above should take you to the ingredients for Halo Top's cho Continue reading >>

What To Eat With Diabetes: Winning Ice Creams

What To Eat With Diabetes: Winning Ice Creams

The next time you're craving a bowl of ice cream, scoop up one of our 16 best consumer-tasted and dietitian-approved finalists or winners. We conducted blind taste panels for more than 100 people, including people with diabetes, and awarded the top-rated ice creams our Diabetic Living What to Eat seal of approval. Please note that product information, packaging, and availability may have changed since our story first appeared. The next time you're craving a bowl of ice cream, scoop up one of our 16 best consumer-tasted and dietitian-approved finalists or winners. We conducted blind taste panels for more than 100 people, including people with diabetes, and awarded the top-rated ice creams our Diabetic Living What to Eat seal of approval. Please note that product information, packaging, and availability may have changed since our story first appeared. The next time you're craving a bowl of ice cream, scoop up one of our 16 best consumer-tasted and dietitian-approved finalists or winners. We conducted blind taste panels for more than 100 people, including people with diabetes, and awarded the top-rated ice creams our Diabetic Living What to Eat seal of approval. Please note that product information, packaging, and availability may have changed since our story first appeared. The next time you're craving a bowl of ice cream, scoop up one of our 16 best consumer-tasted and dietitian-approved finalists or winners. We conducted blind taste panels for more than 100 people, including people with diabetes, and awarded the top-rated ice creams our Diabetic Living What to Eat seal of approval. Please note that product information, packaging, and availability may have changed since our story first appeared. The next time you're craving a bowl of ice cream, scoop up one of our 16 bes Continue reading >>

Ice Cream For Diabetics That Doesn't Raise Blood Sugar

Ice Cream For Diabetics That Doesn't Raise Blood Sugar

You may think ice cream is off-limits if you've recently been diagnosed with diabetes -- especially since many varieties are high in sugar and cause your blood glucose to rise rapidly. If you're looking for sugar-free varieties that don't raise blood sugar, the bad news is ... there aren't any. You can find ice creams labeled "no sugar added." However, these contain carbohydrates and naturally occurring sugars, which raise blood glucose. The good news is you can still fit ice cream into your diabetes meal plan. Video of the Day No Sugar Added: The Not-So-Sweet Truth The "no sugar added" varieties of ice cream are sweetened with sugar substitutes such as sugar alcohols and sucralose, better known as Splenda. However, this doesn't make them sugar-free. Most "no sugar added" varieties are made using milk, which contains lactose -- a naturally occurring sugar. In addition, some sugar substitutes contribute carbohydrates and raise blood sugar, though not as dramatically as table sugar. What's more, some people find the taste of ice cream sweetened with sugar substitutes unpalatable. It's Not Off-Limits: Here's Why People with diabetes aim to eat a predetermined, consistent amount of carbohydrates at each meal -- 45 to 60 grams is about right for most people, according to the American Diabetes Association. It's common to think that you must avoid all forms of sugar when you have diabetes, but this isn't the case. As long as the total amount of carbs at a given meal remains within your target, you can fit sweet treats in every now and then. Eat sweets with your meal, instead of separately, so that you're consuming nutritious components such as protein and fiber, which help stabilize blood sugar. Make adjustments in your meal when planning to compensate for the ice cream. For e Continue reading >>

Why Low-cal Ice Cream Like Halo Top Could Be Making Youfat

Why Low-cal Ice Cream Like Halo Top Could Be Making Youfat

Halo Top ice cream has far fewer calories because it contains controversial sugar substitutes. Annie Wermiel When Gillie Houston first tried the trendy, low-cal ice cream Halo Top , the experience was life-changing. An entire pint has as little as 240 calories compared to about 1,000 in your average container of Ben & Jerrys and, some say, tastes as good as a non-diet dessert. I think theres some kind of witchcraft or sorcery involved in the making of it, says Houston, 24, a writer who lives in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens and has a food-centric Instagram account, @gilliehouston , with more than 101,000 followers. Thanks largely to buzz on social media, along with a rebranding and new recipe, Halo Top, which first launched 2012, has taken off in the past year. In 2016, more than 17 million pints, which go for $5.99 a piece, flew off the shelves of grocery stores around the country, and sales grew by 2,500 percent, according to the Los Angeles-based company. The frozen treat, which comes in 17 flavors, including red velvet and chocolate almond crunch, is big in the Weight Watchers community, where a pint is just eight smart points, compared to 48 points for a pint of Haagen-Dazs vanilla ice cream. Ardent fans like Houston hail it as a miracle food that allows them to keep SoulCycle trim while still indulging their sweet tooth, but detractors say its an over-hyped fad remember Tasti D-Lite? thats no better for you than a regular scoop. Its still ice cream, says Natalie Rizzo, a registered dietitian based in Astoria. At the end of the day, if youre having [Halo Top] instead of something more nutritious, youre just going to be hungry again an hour later. Halo Top is made from milk, eggs, cream and two sugar substitutes: stevia and erythritol. The latter is a zero-calorie suga Continue reading >>

Delicious Low Calorie And Low Carb Ice Cream By Halo Top

Delicious Low Calorie And Low Carb Ice Cream By Halo Top

Delicious Low Calorie and Low Carb Ice Cream by Halo Top Looking for a summer-time ice cream treat that wont mess up your diet? Check out Halo Top ice cream! It is low calorie (70 per serving), low carb (4g net), plus it has an impressive 7 g of protein! Best of all, it taste great and comes in a number of delicious flavors from the traditional strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate as well as brand new flavors of Birthday Cake, Chocolate Mocha Chip, and Mint Chip! I received product to facilitate this post. Delicious Low-Calorie, Low-Carb Ice Cream You may think that if it is low-calorie, low-carb, and gluten-free that it must taste terrible. You would be wrong. Halo Top doesnt sacrifice flavor and taste at all! They use only the finest ingredients including Nielsen-Massey Madagascar Vanilla, Belgian Callebaut Chocolate (rated Best Overall cocoa by Cooks Illustrated Magazine), and organic California lemons and strawberries. The result is a premium ice cream that your taste buds wont know is healthier for you! When scooping the ice cream, youll notice that the texture is a little different than ordinary ice cream, but it does scoop out in nice scoops and it taste great. To me, the texture is similar to an iced milk, probably because there isnt heavy cream and fat in this premium ice cream. Once I got past the initial scooping of the ice cream, we loved it. My kids cant even tell the difference. They dont know that Halo Top is low calorie and low carb ice cream! We enjoy Halo Top in sugar cones mostly or a few scoops in a bowl. We limit added sugar with syrups but this chocolate Halo Top with chocolate syrup and chocolate chips looks decadent! It is a healthier twist on an ice cream sundae! Speaking of being healthier for you. . .One thing that Halo Top has more of than ord Continue reading >>

Diane Kress Recommends Halo Top Creamery Ice Cream! Real Low Carb, High Protein, Low Calorie Icecream.

Diane Kress Recommends Halo Top Creamery Ice Cream! Real Low Carb, High Protein, Low Calorie Icecream.

As my readers know, I very seldom recommend a brand name product. I reserve my recommendations for products that go over and above in terms of Nutrition Facts and Ingredients for those who have Metabolism B. Metabolism B . there is a good chance you have this genetic predisposition to over-production of the fat gain hormone; insulin. Over 60 percent of adults have uncontrolled Metabolism B. They suffer from progressive weight gain, midline fat, increasing cholesterol, triglycerides, blood pressure, insulin levels, glucose, liver enzymes, and decreasing Vitamin D levels. They feel fatigued, irritable, carb cravings, mild depression, increased anxiety, impaired focus and concentration, lack of motivation. They gain weight on their old tried and true diets. Their self-esteem is lowered and they feel like a failure because they cant lose weight and regain health no matter what they do. They are walking a slippery slope and need fast and long term help. You can read about Metabolism B at . Just released on May 31, 2016: THE METABOLISM MIRACLE, Revised Edition. NY Times Best seller and World Wide Best Selling Book. This book gives a thorough explanation of Metabolism B and provides the lifestyle program to control it and eliminate all the symptoms listed in the previous paragraph. Links to the book through Amazon.com are below. It can also be purchased at your favorite brick and mortar bookstore, like Barnes and Noble. Ice cream. Yummmmm. It has always been a no no for those who are trying to lose weight/fat, or have conditions such as metabolic syndrome, pre diabetes, type 2 diabetes, PCOS, overweight/obesity, weight-related medical conditions. Oh, there is low calorie ice cream, low fat ice cream, sugar free ice cream and more. Those with Metabolism B quickly find that the Continue reading >>

Ice Cream Possibilities For Diabetics And Low-carbers

Ice Cream Possibilities For Diabetics And Low-carbers

Home > Cool Finds >Ice Cream Possibilities for Diabetics and Low-Carbers Ice Cream Possibilities for Diabetics and Low-Carbers rmoods October 18, 20162016-10-18T00:38:47+00:002016-10-18T08:23:35+00:00 Cool Finds No Comments To misquote that wise old sage, Mick Jagger, you cant always eat what you want. And nobody knows that better than those of us living with various kinds of dietary restrictions. But in the last year or so, some promising products have come on the scene to make those restrictions, for some of us, a little more sustainable. And theyve come in the form of a food that many of us love: ice cream. (This should not come as a big surprise because I sort of hinted at that in the title of the post.) First, a product thats entirely diabetic-friendly: Halo Top Ice Cream. Halo Top is a product of Eden Creamery LLC of Los Angeles, CA. And thus far, this ice cream is completely unique. Other than the lactose that naturally occurs in the milk, this ice cream is sugar free. It is low-carb, low-fat, gluten-free, and high protein. But it is very tasty. Halo Top, which comes in 15 flavors, is sweetened with erythritol, a naturally occurring sugar alcohol, and a little bit of stevia, a natural plant-based sweetener. The nutritional numbers, in comparison with other ice creams primarily sold in pints, are extremely impressive. Here is the comparison of Halo Top Vanilla Bean with Haagen Dazs Vanilla: In a Cup serving of Haagen Dazs, there are as many calories as an entire pint of Halo Top. The sugars are not shown in this chart, but for the Chocolate flavor, for example, the Haagen Dazs has 19g of sugar to Halo Tops 4g. Please note in the left handchart above, that the comparison of carbs uses the Atkins formula for net carbs. Net carbs = carbs minus both dietary fiber and Continue reading >>

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