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Old 09-28-2009, 08:30 PM   #1
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Hi all,

I did SB years ago, and have restarted without reading the book again, so there's a few things I seem to have forgotten---

Would this sort of Low Carb chocolate be allowed? I know its all in grams--
Anyonw know if this is okay for a small serving (5 per pack) a day?

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Ingredients Isomalt; Polydextrose; Full Cream Milk Powder; Cocoa Butter; Cocoa Mass; Hazelnuts; Soy Lecithin; Butter Oil; Artificial Sweetener; Flavors

Nutrition Values 210mg Calcium; 284kj Calories; 5.6g Carbohydrates; 3.3g Fiber; .9g Protein; 2.4g Saturated Fat; 15g Serving Size; 5 Servings Per Package; 83mg Sodium; 4.5g Sugar; 8.2g Total Fat
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Old 09-29-2009, 01:23 AM   #2
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Is this bittersweet or semisweet chocolate? An occasional (not daily) serving of dark chocolate (preferably 70% cocoa content) is allowed on Phase II. I think that usually means about 1 ounce.
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No its not either, but its "sugar" free-- does that make any difference?
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I think this would fall under the 100 calorie sweet treat. Watch for any gastric problems with the isomalt though.
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I agree with Cyndi that this would fall under your daily treat limit, but you may experience some discomfort since it contains isomalt. Try it and see how you react. I've discovered that the SF chocolates set off cravings for me, besides giving me awful gas pains.
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Thanks ladies!
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284kj Calories;

If that's 284 calories per serving, that's way more than the 100 calorie sweet treat allowance.
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