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Bakers Deluxe High Fibre Bagel

Strict Maintenance
Not on approved list, but may be approvable. Check with clinic.
*This item is not on the Acceptable Food List but is nearly
identical (nutritionally) to an approved food. You must get
approval from your clinic before consuming it.

3.5 out of 5 stars 2 vote(s) averaging 3.5 out of 5 stars. (Submit Your Vote / Review) (Help)

Product Review Added Date: 11-21-2008 13:41 ET
Product Review Added By: DaveD (voted: )

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These are new from The Low Carb Grocery store. They taste good, are decent in size and the nutritionals are great. They are about the same size as a pack of 6 bagels you'd pick up in a regular grocery store. Check the link to find out more info at the LCG site. My guess is 1/2 a bagel should pass for 1 bread but of course you need to clear it with your clinic. For those on maintenance, although you're eventually allowed bagels, these are a great lower carb alternative.

Serving: 1 bagel, Calories: 90, Fat: 1g, Total Carbs: 26g, Dietary Fiber: 16g, Sugars: 0g, [Net Carbs: 10g], Protein: 9g

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Comment Date: 06-30-2009 05:37 ET
By: affie (voted: )

Much too salty!

Comment Date: 11-21-2008 13:47 ET
By: DaveD (voted: )

I'm giving it 5 stars in comparison to other so-called low carb bagels (which I found tiny and hardly edible).  I'd rate them a 2-2.5 if I were comparing to fresh out-of-the-oven sesame Montreal-style bagels which I find have an incredible taste on their own.  However, you can't beat the low cal, low carb, high fibre, high protein that these gems offer.  A thin layer of cream cheese and some smoked salmon and these are delicious.

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