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Fat vs. Fit?
The Cooper Institute published a study in 2004 showing that the health risks associated with an elevated BMI are reduced in diabetics if their fitness level is high (Diabetes Care, 2004). So, get out there and walk, run, bike, swim, play tennis or do anything that gets your heart rate up!












EAS AdvantEdge - peanut butter crunch

Manufacturer EAS (Experimental and Applied Sciences)
Category Nutrition Bar
When to Use Between-meal snack, or immediately after strenuous exercise.
Serving Size 1 bar
Total Calories 248
Energy Profile
(carbs/fats/protein)
50.0% / 29.0% / 21.0%
Glycemic Index
Carbohydrates
CARBS (total): 31.0 g
Fats & Oils
cholesterol: 0 mg
FAT, saturated: 2.50 g
FAT, total: 8.0 g
Fiber
FIBER, total: 3.0 g
Minerals
calcium: 35 %DV
copper: 20 %DV
iodine: 8 %DV
iron: 20 %DV
manganese: 20 %DV
phosphorus: 30 %DV
zinc: 10 %DV
Protein
PROTEIN (total): 13.0 g
Salts & Electrolytes
magnesium: 15 %DV
potassium: 160 mg
sodium: 220 mg
Vitamins
folate: 25 %DV
niacin: 20 %DV
pantothenic acid: 10 %DV
riboflavin: 10 %DV
thiamin: 15 %DV
vitamin A: 50 %DV
vitamin B-12: 50 %DV
vitamin B-6: 50 %DV
vitamin C: 50 %DV
vitamin E: 60 %DV
Other Ingredients N/A
Other Information Contains palm and palm kernel oils. Contains high-fructose corn syrup. Avoid if allergic to peanuts. (%DV based on a 2000-calorie diet.)


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