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Old Fri, Nov-04-11, 04:06
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Plan: Eric Westman Ketogenic
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Thanks for this posting, Demi. I went to the Solo website to see what's in one of their energy bars - a whole lot of soybeans ...

"SoLo protein blend [whey protein isolate, soy protein crisp (soy protein isolate, rice flour, malt, salt), soy protein isolate, whey protein concentrate], yogurt coating (sugar, fractionated palm kernel oil, skim milk powder, low fat yogurt powder, soy lecithin, salt, natural flavor), fructose, soynut butter (roasted soynuts, soybean oil, maltodextrin, evaporated cane juice), brown rice syrup, fruit puree blend (dried plums, dried dates, white grape juice concentrate), dry roasted soynuts, SoLo fiber blend (inulin, oat bran concentrate), dried cranberries (cranberries, apple juice concentrate), natural flavor, water, sunflower oil, vitamin and mineral blend, beet juice concentrate."

My own feeling is that low GI is a step in the right direction, but truly low GI foods don't tend to add value for shareholders.
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