Product Detail - Immune Support - Cocommune Bar™ 1 bar by Designs for Healt
Cocommune Bar™ is a delicious, nutrition-packed functional food bar. It is made up of a dark chocolate coating and a moist and creamy coconut filling. It is sweetened with allulose, as well as erythritol and stevia, all of which have minimal effects on blood sugar and insulin levels. Each bar has just 3 grams net carbs with 2 grams total sugars, making this product suitable for anyone watching their carbohydrate intake. It also features natural fats from coconut and cocoa butter along with 7 grams of fiber including prebiotic fiber from inulin and larch arabinogalactan.
Cocommune Bar 1 bar
Dairy Free Coconut Filled Bar with Larch Arabinogalactan
Featuring 11 g Dietary Fiber & 3g Net Carbs
Serving size: 1 bar
Amount per serving:
Fat Cal. 110
Total Fat 12 g
Sat. Fat 9 g
Trans Fat 0 g
Cholest. 0 mg
Sodium 60 mg
Total Carb. 24 g
Fiber 11 g
Sugars 1 g
Sugar Alcohol 10 g
Protein 1 g
Ingredients: Sugar free dark chocolate flavored coating (unsweetened chocolate, erythritol, inulin, cocoa butter, lecithin [soy] [an emulsifier], vanilla, reb A [extract of stevia]), coconut, isomalto-oligosaccharides (prebiotic fiber), maltitol syrup, erythritol, coconut oil, larch arabinogalactan, sea salt, reb A (extract of stevia), mixed tocopherols, rosemary extract.
Allergen Information: Contains coconut and soy. Does not contain gluten.
Made in a facility that processes peanuts, tree nuts, soy, dairy, eggs, wheat, fish gelatin, and shellfish.
The "Net Carbs" for one bar are calculated by subtracting the dietary fiber (11g), and other low glycemic carbohydrates including sugar alcohols (4g from maltitol syrup, and 6g from erythritol) from the total carbohydrates (24g). Individuals who monitor their carbohydrate intake may deduct these low glycemic carbohydrates from the "Total Carb" count (in the Nutrition Facts panel) due to their minimal impact on blood sugar levels.
Conversion of maltitol syrup and erythritol requires little or no insulin and does not cause a significant increase in serum glucose levels. However, people with diabetes should consult their physician or health professional about including maltitol syrup and erythritol in their daily diet.