November is National Diabetes Month and Fifty50 Foods is a national diabetes donor and snack food leader. They have relaunched their website to enhance your shopping experience in partnership with Amazon, My Brands, and iHerb. All Fifty 50 products are low glycemic foods.
Creamy Peanut Butter has the pure peanut taste of all natural peanut butter along with no added sugar, no sodium, and no stirring needed, this is one natural peanut butter everyone can agree on. Strawberry Fruit Spread taste the sweet, ripe strawberries with no added sugar, and real strawberries, this Low Glycemic spread has 90% fewer calories than regular preserves.
Chocolate Chip Cookies Made in a nut-free facility, their natural, chocolatey taste, and tender texture will earn them a spot as one of your top go-to treats. These are low Glycemic, low Carb, 0 Trans Fat and certified kosher. Crunch Bar these sugar-free bars are Low Glycemic, so the crunchy milk chocolate flavor that melts in your mouth won’t spike your blood sugar. These hefty, full-size bars are thicker than most candy bars and will keep even the most demanding sweet tooth happy!
Dark Chocolate Bar has a real dark chocolate taste along with being a hefty, full-size bar with thicker than most candy bars.
Chocolate Crème Wafers indulge your taste buds with a sweet crispy treat and skip the sugar: These yummy wafers have 0 trans-fat and are sugar-free, with no sugar-free aftertaste.
My Opinion: I liked the taste of the Dark Chocolate bar and since it does not spike sugar I noticed I do not get moody and crabby as I do with other sweets. The peanut Butter also tastes good and what I am saying is I like the flavor of all of them. It was satisfying and I did not notice a huge difference from my normal sweets and jams. My dad just suffered a lifestyle change and these are perfect as he must be low sodium, low sugar and low potassium which these seem to fit that category.
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