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May 24, 2006

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Jimmy Moore

THANKS so much for sharing about these GoLower bars FINALLY coming to the United States. I remember when you first blogged about these bars, which made me curious about them, too. The first time I tried them, I was HOOKED!

Keep up the great work telling us about EXCELLENT low-carb products!

Jimmy Moore, author of "Livin' La Vida Low-Carb"
LivinLaVidaLowCarb.com
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Chocoholic

They sound really great. I will definately order some and try them out. Thanks for the post.

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I can't wait to try some because all the others were not that good.

Julia Havey

I try to live low carb, but that breads and pasta are my 'vices'. I want to tell you about something I have found, you may want to pass this along to your readers if they are carb lovers like me and occasionally endulge in more carbs than Atkins/Kimkins would recommend. There is a product that has gotten FDA structural function “OK”, it’s purpose is to nuetralize starchy foods/comfort foods like pasta, bread and potatoes, so that your body digests them as FIBER rather than SUGAR! and that is a good thing! It helps with 30-40% of those carbs. SO, you can’t have a loaf of bread, but you can have a dinner roll, or a sandwich or a healthy serving of pasta, and get a little help from Phase II. You can learn more about it at Phase2Info.com

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Breads are the devil to me too! But these bars are awful and the feeling i have after eating them are nauseating. Maybe this will work? Thanks Anthony - http://gastric-bypass-network.com

laura

Hey the office for the go lower bars is in edinburgh scotland where I live. The bars are nice but I still think they are a bit high in carb. The part where you said we have it good with the low carbing over here you are waaaaaaay wrong we have nothing and no supermarkets do any low carb stuff. Its very very difficult to find anything over here and usually I have to buy it from america.

Cordelia Reagan Lear

Blue Bunny Ice Cream makes ice cream bars that are blackberry flavored...oh my god, they are good, and only 1 net carb! How did they do that?

zelda07

I’m wondering what other people think. I’ve been doing some research on healthy eating and low carb diets in particular and came up with this one site called OpposingViews.com where there are debates by experts on various subjects. There is one debate called: “Are Low Carb Diets Healthy?”.
I like the idea that these people are experts in their fields, but this one guy says something that gives me pause. He says something to the effect that eating whole plant foods is associated with having good health but diets high in animal protein and fats are not. He also says that in a global sense, a sustained low carbohydrate diet which comes mainly from animal foods creates significant challenges for the planet and also other health issues for people such as antibiotic resistance.”
What do you think he means when he says that a diet which comes primarily from animal proteins is bad for the planet? That’s the first time I ever heard that. If you have time, take a look and let me know what you think by posting your comment. Thanks! http://www.opposingviews.com/questions/are-low-carb-diets-healthy

ScotlandGuy

A great find, reading this blog, as I'm a carb-lover and have a hard time finding a good low carb bar.

Ryan

@Cordelia: Whoa whoa whoa - blackberry flavored ice cream bars that only have 1g net carbs?

I was Googling low carb ice cream for an upcoming post, saw your comment, and I'm DESPERATELY searching for these! I don't think any stores in my area have them, but they sound so good I can seriously taste it melting in my mouth!

Yuliet

I've been doing the Atkins diet for a couple of weeks now. Do some reearsch on it! For the first 2 weeks you limit yourself to 20 grams of net carbs. You can stay at that rate until you're within 5-10 lbs of your goal weight and then increase your carb intake by 5 grams every week or two until you figure out how much your body can take in without gaining weight. Good luck.

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