This means that almost all of it is passed out in the urine undigested. It adds sweetness with few side effects, other than a cooling sensation when it dissolves. Glycerin Glycerin is similar to erythritol, but has one less carbon in the molecular chain. Used with erythritol, it also adds some sweetness while reducing the amount of available water which increases the shelf life of the product.
Unlike erythritol, glycerin is digested and so does add nominally to the calorie count. In addition to supplementing the sweetness of erythritol, these two molecules, erythritol and glycerin, used together form a sweet syrupy liquid that is resistant to crystallization, much like corn syrup. Consequently, the protein mix containing these has a moist texture that is retained longer than use of either of these sweeteners individually would provide.
Chocolate Built Bar is coated with a high quality dark chocolate which is the source of all the actual sugar in the bar.
This chocolate is more expensive than chocolate compounds which are commonly used in nutrition and snack bars. These compounds typically have more carbohydrates and chemicals which we consider undesirable. The finished bar, without its chocolate coating, has a somewhat odd taste. Our perfectly tempered dark chocolate mixes with our naturally flavored protein base to produce a flavor combination reminiscent of high quality candy or dessert. Though our choice of chocolate does contribute a small amount of sugar to the bar, we have found that the fiber and protein present greatly decrease the rate of sugar absorption, giving no noticeable blood sugar spike in either Type 1 or Type 2 diabetics.
The gelatin that we use is an animal protein that is used in our protein bar to stabilize the foam structure. Its two major drawbacks are i. Gelatin is an essential ingredient in our bars and currently there are no good alternatives for the kind of texture that gelatin provides, though some try to use combinations of modified cellulose with locust bean gum with limited success. Customers generally prefer natural flavors and colors. There are particular concerns about artificial colors, which has led to many food manufacturers abandoning them altogether. The protein bar we designed uses only natural flavors and no coloring.
Built Bar has no artificial preservatives. To obtain a reasonable shelf life the bar was designed so that the water availability is low. Microbial and fungal growth requires water. However, if the water availability is sufficiently low, such growth cannot initiate. John's Best Tagliatelle in St. John's Best Scallops in St.
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