Healthy Chips? You Bet!

Two exciting snacking announcements!

1— BEANITOS Chips now have some new flavor options.

Announcing the all new SKINNY DIPPERS! Watch the video to get Vicki’s opinion as she tastes them for the first time.

2—These new chips are now sold at both Sam’s Club and COSTCO in super size bags for an amazing low price!

Yes, Beanitos are laboratory tested and are certified for the below low glycemic ratings:

· Original Black Bean Chips have a GL (glycemic load) of 3.

· Chipotle BBQ Chips have a GL of 4.

· Skinny Dippers GI test numbers are not published, but a good estimate would be about 8 GL based on the label shown below.

In a world of unhealthy snacks, there are chips made of corn, potato and other stuff… then there are Beanitos. This superfood, BEANS, is now a delicious finger food with infinite dipping possibilities.

Every Beanitos snack is a lean bean PROTEIN machine, packed with rich, delicious flavor and amazing wholesome goodies like FIBER and antioxidants.

Go ahead and eat up to 12 chips per serving, along with some salsa, cheese or guacamole and still have a GLUTEN-FREE and LOW GLYCEMIC LOAD snack.

Want a low-glycemic, gluten-free CLEAN eating snack bar that tastes delicious?

There is a new line of gluten-free, low-glycemic foods that are free from chemicals, have no sugar, and no artificial sweeteners. Nothing but pure healthy fats, low glycemic carbs, and clean protein. Learn more at this short video, or contact your Trinity Health Coach to find out how you can experience these delicious foods today.

Not sure WHY it is important to eat low glycemic?

Watch Dr. Halberg’s short TedX talk on how eating low glycemic will help promote weight loss and keep you living a long and vibrant life.

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