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New low carb finds

sueatmo | Feb 10, 201508:12 PM     2

Here are some new to me products that are low carb, or at least reduced carb:
http://www.iherb.com/Eden-Foods-Organ...

Eden brand dry roasted pumpkin seeds! I love these. High fat/low carb.

http://store.bluediamond.com/Low-Sodi...

Reduced sodium, and delicious almonds. I've been buying these at Walgreens, but apparently they are available at Walmart and Amazon as well.

http://www.redrobin.com/menu/item/a88...

This was a big surprise. Grilled chicken breast that has taste. Served with a little salsa on the side and a salad with dressing on the side. I don't know the carb count, but there is no tortilla or bread. The salad dressing might be a little carby, but it isn't sweet.

This might not last long. It is a special for after the holidays.

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