COCONUT CHOCOLATE TORTILLA CHIPS
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION - ANDY ALBAO Coconut Chocolate Tortilla Chips is Oven baked (not fried), 100% Natural, Functional Food and has delicious coco-nutty and chocolate taste with fruity sweetness of coconut nectar. Coconut Chocolate Tortilla Chips is considered Healthy Snack Food where it has high dietary fiber content, has low glycemic index, low carbohydrates with heaing properties which considered Super Food that "ENJOYABLE TO EAT WITHOUT A GUILT". Coconut Chocolate Tortilla Chips is made of Young & Matured Coconut, has raw cacao beans with coconut nectar that process delicately. Coconut Chocolate Tortilla has 1 year shelf life stored in clean area at room temperature.
ADVANTAGES - Coconut Chocolate Tortilla Chips containing Natural Lauric Acid, MCT Oil and has 60% Coconut Dietary Fiber that helps prevent colon cancer. READ MORE. In addition Coconut Chocolate Tortilla Chips has very low in carbohydrates in compare to Corn and Potato that very high in Carbohydrates & starch content. At the same time, most of them are GMO and using high volume of Chemical Pesticide and Chemical Fertilizer.
Coconut Chocolate Tortilla Chips is Diabetic Friendly, Good For The Heart, Good For Dieters, Good For Overweight and Chosen By Health Conscious Consumers.
- 100% Natural & Functional Food
- Oven Baked & Not Fried
- Has Delicious Coconut Taste
- No Sugar Cane & Low Glycemic Index
- High Dietary Fiber Content
- Low Carbohydrates
- Has Natural MCT Oil & Lauric Acid
- Gluten Free, Vegan & Non-GMO
- No Preservatives & Chemical Free
USAGE - Coconut Chocolate Tortilla Chips is ready to eat as healthy snack food.
- STANDARD SIZE: 100g, 200g, 400g, 5kgs. and 10kgs.
- STANDARD PACKAGING: Plastic Jar, Zip Stand-up Pouch, Wide Mouth Plastic Pail
HEALTH BENEFITS - Food containing high fiber content helps prevent colon cancer, improves digestive function, expel intestinal parasites, improved mineral absorption and keeping the gastrointestinal tract healthy. Nutritionists recommend that we get between 20 to 35 grams of fiber a day. This is 2 to 3 times higher than the average intake, which is about 10-14 grams a day.
Read More: http://www.pca.da.gov.ph/pdf/glycemic.pdf
Also visit; http://www.mnn.com/food/healthy-eating/blogs/dr-oz-recommends-coconut-sugar