Another Low-Carb Bread Company Lying Through Their Teeth

Question: How do you know if a low-carb bread is really low carb?

Answer: You made it yourself.

Here’s another company – Carb Krunchers – lying through their teeth and selling bread full of carbs calling it low carb. There are many companies like them.

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11 Comments

  1. robert
    Money, revenue, cash-flow...

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    Is this the real life?
    Is this just fantasy?

    [...]

    Carry on, carry on, as if nothing really matters

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    Thunderbolt and lightning - very very frightening

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    Spare [us our] life from this monstrosity

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    Nothing really matters - nothing really matters to [them]

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    Taken from "Bohemian Rhapsody" (Queen).

  2. "Carb Krunchers" says it all. The fact that they can't spell "calcium," used the letter O for a zero in one place, and don't know how to abbreviate "ounces" suggests they're fly-by-night.
  3. Michelle
    Nice Lori! Are there any credible companies out there if we can't make it ourselves?
  4. Huffster
    So, you want to know what the best low carb bread for your health is? The kind that's uneaten. Stay away from grains and all grain processed products folks. No matter how they label and market them.
  5. alan
    very easy riddle to solve. eat meat fish vegetables. this is ok for diabetics and for celiacs.
    and for me
  6. Pierson
    A true low-carb 'bread shouldn't contain much more than (non-peanut) nut butters, eggs, water, or nut flours. Did they even list their ingredients?
  7. cave horse
    The best "low-carb" bread recipe I've found, which I haven't seen mentioned here before. Mostly macadamia, coconut and eggs.

    http://freetheanimal.com/2012/07/fat-bread-third-times-the-charm-miss...

  8. It's a shame.
  9. Don't trust the companies no more.It's all business in the end.That's why the likes of Julian Bakery are getting away with it every single day.
  10. molly
    Same with Sami's Bakery in Tampa FL. I loved their Pita Chips, which had very low carbs. Recently I went to order again, and the nutritional info is missing FROM THE SITE! I emailed about it. No response. Then I ordered the bread I like, and asked them to EMAIL OR CALL ME before including the chips, WITH THE CARB NUMBER. You can guess....they sent the chips without calling or emailing, and the CARB COUNT ON THE PACKAGE IS FIVE TIMES AS MUCH!
  11. Florinda Swanepoel
    Hello Dietdoctor

    I just want to know if there is a low-carb bread recipe similar to the oopsie recipe?

    I've found this zero carb recipe on the internet. I just want to know if it's save to eat it

    Zero Carb Flax Bread
    Ingredients
    2 cups flax seed
    5 egg whites
    2 whole eggs
    5 tablespoons flax oil, coconut oil, or olive oil
    1 tablespoon baking powder
    1 teaspoon salt
    1/2 cup water
    3 packets Stevia
    Directions
    Mix all dry ingredients then add the wet. Whisk together and bake at 350 for about 30 minutes. This recipe can also be made into muffins: divide batter into muffin pans and bake for about 10-15 minutes.
    A sweet chocolate bread can be made by adding Capella Flavor Drops. Some other awesome additions are pumpkin, cinnamon, vanilla extract, and protein powder flavor of choice. Great topped with almond or peanut butter!
    Nutrition info per serving (1 serving/1 slice)
    145 cal, 11 g fat, less than 1 g carbs, 6.5g protein
    Yes, heavy on the cals in my opinion (but it’s coming from the flax seed). If you want less than a carb per slice, here’s your answer!

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