Your daily diet is rock solid. You eat fresh fruits, steamed and sauteed vegetables, lean protein sources, drink lots of water, and your fitness regimen is on point. However, occasionally, the desire for a crunchy chip slams you hard.
Here’s an option! I cannot remember where I purchased them from, but I checked online and they are available at Vitacost (a favorite online shop), Walmart (they cost more here), and a few other sites. You can find the chips locally at Target, Shoprite, Bonterra, and Casel’s Supermarket.
It’s not what you think. Don’t knock it until you try it. I’m just sayin’ 🙂
You can see why it got my attention… NON-GMO, Gluten free, whole grains, and more!
The ingredient list is good, and I love that sea salt is the last ingredient, which means it has the least amount of all of the ingredients. 🙂
Always read the label on any packaged product. Although clean eating means avoiding processed foods, a cheat here and there means that we are human and not robots. Note that above the nutritional label; a statement reads “Made in a facility that uses milk and soy,” so if you have allergies or avoid milk and soy, the manufacturer has put you on notice.
If you count out nine chips, you’re looking at 80 mg of sodium and 15 g of carbs. Except for carrot sticks, celery sticks, freshly baked kale chips or fresh fruit, this isn’t too bad. Oh, and about the nine chips, the bag is small, ration these treats out. 🙂
Imagine snacking on the chips with a fresh mango salsa or fresh guacamole dip. Mmm… yummy!
If you try the chips, I would love to hear what you think of them. Thaks for stopping by! 🙂
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