What You Should Know
Carbrite Diet Choco Brownies are being promoted as a low fat alternative to brownies. It appears that Carbrite Diet Choco Brownies are manufactured by a company that is called Universal Nutrition. Universal Nutrition appears to be located in New Brunswick, New Jersey. In this review we will examine the information that has been made available to us in order to determine if this product may be used as an effective weight loss aid.
While researching this product we found a list of ingredients. This list consists of Isolated soy protein, glycerine, whey protein concentrate (milk), sugar-free chocolate flavored coating (malitol, lactitol, natural and dutch processed chocolate powder, cocoa butter, chocolate liquor, butter oil, soya lecithin, natural flavors), malitol, water, hydrolyzed protein, polydextrose, cocoa, and natural flavor.
This product seems to contain several types of protein which is thought to be a necessary supplement when you are trying to lose weight so that you do not experience lean muscle loss during your diet. It is also shown that each bar contains 3.5 grams of fat, I gram of saturated fat, 10 milligrams of cholesterol. 140 grams of sodium, 21 grams of protein, and 23 grams of total carbohydrates. It has been noted that these are not the type of carbs that can be turned into sugar, but they are used solely for energy purposes.
Have you ever eaten one of those diet brownies or snacks that tasted more like cardboard than it did a snack? Many people have, and we believe that this is why Universal Nutrition created a product such as Carbrite Diet Choco Brownies that is low in fat and loaded with the things that some people believe are essential for effective weight loss. The statement has been made that these have been made so that they do not have that stale taste, but it tastes fresh like a brownie should.
- Does not contain artificial sweeteners.
- May actually have a pleasing taste that could calm chocolate cravings.
- This product is low in fat.
- This product is low on calories.
- It appears as though this product contains 21 grams of protein.
- There are no glutens in the makeup of this product.
- There appears to be no type hydrated oils or fats in this product.
- This product seems to be on the expensive side at $24.95 for only 12 brownies.
- Malitol, Sorbitol, Mannitol, Sorbitol, Xylitol, and Lycasin are all natural sugar derivatives that are used to sweeten this product in order to avoid using artificial sweeteners, but these ingredients can cause aggravating side effects such as cramping, gas, and diarrhea if consumed in excess amounts.
It appears as though this product may have the ability to satisfy your craving for brownies without the taste of cardboard getting in your mouth. However, of course, this product may not be used alone when it comes to dieting, but it may be used in conjunction with a healthy diet, exercise, and a product that is patented and has the clinical proof that shows its effectiveness.