Carbohydrates in Fat Free Pretzel Chips
Dietary Fiber in Fat Free Pretzel Chips
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Carbs and Fiber in Fat Free Pretzel Chips

Food Item: Fat Free Pretzel Chips
Food Quantity: Average 1 oz
Carbs: 22g
Dietary Fiber: 0g
Net Carbs: 22g

Fat Free Pretzel Chips and Diet

Not recommended by lower carb diets, pretzels (like Fat Free Pretzel Chips) are typically high in calories (sometimes high in sodium) and low in dietary fiber and nutrition. Moreover, pretzels made from refined white flour (refined carbs), are high on the Glycemic Index, which means they cause a rapid rise in blood-glucose levels, leading to excessive insulin production and a sudden drop in blood sugar. The longer-term health effects of eating high-GI foods include obesity and other symptoms, known collectively as insulin resistance syndrome. Increased risk of diabetes is another possibility. Bottom line: if you want to lose weight and stay healthy, keep your intake of pretzels and other refined white-flour carbs to a minimum. And if you must eat a pretzel, choose one made with whole wheat or wholegrain flour.

For more details about carbs in pretzels, see below.

Note: Nutritional values in pretzels and similar refined white flour-type snacks can vary, so the above carbohydrate details for Fat Free Pretzel Chips are intended as a guideline only.

Beer Pretzel - Cheese Pretzel - Dutch Twist Pretzel - Fat Free Pretzel Chips - Fat Free Pretzel
Low Fat Pretzel - Peanut Butter Pretzel - Pretzel Chips - Pretzel Logs - Pretzel Nuggets - Pretzel Nuts
Pretzel Rods - Pretzel Stix - Pretzel Twists - Slim-Fast Pretzel - Sourdough Pretzel - Toffee Pretzel


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