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Cinnamon Buttery Walnut (8 Bars)
Cinnamon Buttery Walnut (8 Bars)
Cinnamon Buttery Walnut (8 Bars)
Cinnamon Buttery Walnut (8 Bars)
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Cinnamon Buttery Walnut (8 Bars)

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A mouth-watering blend of buttery toasted walnuts, warm notes of cinnamon, and a touch of savory sea salt. Just the right amount of crunch, and purely satisfying. 

This Pack Includes:

Cinnamon Buttery Walnut 

 

Ingredients: Organic Walnuts, Organic Almonds, Organic Soluble Vegetable Fiber, Organic Allulose, Grass-Fed Whey Protein Crisps (Whey Protein Concentrate, Rice Flour), Erythritol, Natural Flavors, Stevia Extract, Sea Salt, Organic Cinnamon, Vanilla Bean Powder (Silicon Dioxide, Organic Vanilla Beans), Organic Cardamom.

Contains Tree Nuts and Milk.

 

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Brandy

These are amazing! I will definitely be buying more! YUMMM

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Nicholas Schreiber
Bussin

These are bussin Def gonna get more

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Christopher

These bars are amazing! I ordered these and the peanut butter banana and love them! They all arrived with no issues and they taste great. Looking forward to buying them again!!!

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ERYTHRITOL DANGERS

Researchers have found a strong link between high erythritol levels & a person’s risk of heart attack or stroke. Further research showed that this was because erythritol can lead to blood clots, which can be extremely dangerous & potentially even deadly.

Erythritol dangers can affect individuals who only consume a small amount of erythritol. Just one beverage sweetened with erythritol can increase the amount of erythritol in your blood by 1,000 times.

Plus, this spike lasts for several days, which is more than enough time for potential linked erythritol dangers like blood clots to form.

"An American study from 2001 found that people who used erythritol as a sweetener had a three-year increased risk of major adverse cardiac events – defined as non-fatal heart attack or stroke. While this was an incidental finding – meaning that the erythritol did not necessarily cause or contribute to their cardiac issues – it highlighted the need for more research to determine if using a sugar substitute predisposes a person to higher heart attack or stroke rates.

A 2021 study examined people who consumed erythritol or a similar sugar alcohol, xylitol. The results found that ingesting erythritol as a sugar substitute caused a spike in blood levels and increased the stickiness of the volunteers’ platelets. Platelets help the blood to clot if we cut ourselves, but if they are sticky, the risk of blood clots in the body increases, raising our risk of heart attack, stroke or other vascular issues." By Mayoclinic.org

"An NIH-funded research team led by Dr. Stanley Hazen at the Cleveland Clinic examined the relationship between erythritol and heart attacks and stroke. In an initial study with more than 1,000 people, the team looked for compounds in blood whose levels were linked to future cardiac risk. They tracked major adverse cardiovascular events over three years, including death and nonfatal heart attack or stroke. Results appeared in Nature Medicine on February 27, 2023.

Next, the team wanted to better understand how erythritol might increase these health risks. So, they exposed human platelets, which control blood clotting, to erythritol. Doing so increased the platelets’ sensitivity to blood clotting signals. Increasing blood erythritol levels also sped up blood clot formation and artery blockage in mice.

The scientists next asked how diet affects erythritol levels in people. To find out, they measured blood erythritol levels in eight healthy volunteers after drinking a beverage sweetened with erythritol. Blood erythritol levels increased 1,000-fold and remained substantially elevated for several days. For at least two days, the erythritol levels grew more than high enough to trigger changes in platelet function.

These results suggest that consuming erythritol can increase blood clot formation. This, in turn, could increase the risk of heart attack or stroke. Given the prevalence of erythritol in artificially sweetened foods, further safety studies of the health risks of erythritol are warranted."
By NIH.gov

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JS
ERYTHRITOL DANGERS

Researchers have found a strong link between high erythritol levels & a person’s risk of heart attack or stroke. Further research showed that this was because erythritol can lead to blood clots, which can be extremely dangerous & potentially even deadly.

Erythritol dangers can affect individuals who only consume a small amount of erythritol. Just one beverage sweetened with erythritol can increase the amount of erythritol in your blood by 1,000 times.

Plus, this spike lasts for several days, which is more than enough time for potential linked erythritol dangers like blood clots to form.

"An American study from 2001 found that people who used erythritol as a sweetener had a three-year increased risk of major adverse cardiac events – defined as non-fatal heart attack or stroke. While this was an incidental finding – meaning that the erythritol did not necessarily cause or contribute to their cardiac issues – it highlighted the need for more research to determine if using a sugar substitute predisposes a person to higher heart attack or stroke rates.

A 2021 study examined people who consumed erythritol or a similar sugar alcohol, xylitol. The results found that ingesting erythritol as a sugar substitute caused a spike in blood levels and increased the stickiness of the volunteers’ platelets. Platelets help the blood to clot if we cut ourselves, but if they are sticky, the risk of blood clots in the body increases, raising our risk of heart attack, stroke or other vascular issues." By Mayoclinic.org

"An NIH-funded research team led by Dr. Stanley Hazen at the Cleveland Clinic examined the relationship between erythritol and heart attacks and stroke. In an initial study with more than 1,000 people, the team looked for compounds in blood whose levels were linked to future cardiac risk. They tracked major adverse cardiovascular events over three years, including death and nonfatal heart attack or stroke. Results appeared in Nature Medicine on February 27, 2023.

Next, the team wanted to better understand how erythritol might increase these health risks. So, they exposed human platelets, which control blood clotting, to erythritol. Doing so increased the platelets’ sensitivity to blood clotting signals. Increasing blood erythritol levels also sped up blood clot formation and artery blockage in mice.

The scientists next asked how diet affects erythritol levels in people. To find out, they measured blood erythritol levels in eight healthy volunteers after drinking a beverage sweetened with erythritol. Blood erythritol levels increased 1,000-fold and remained substantially elevated for several days. For at least two days, the erythritol levels grew more than high enough to trigger changes in platelet function.

These results suggest that consuming erythritol can increase blood clot formation. This, in turn, could increase the risk of heart attack or stroke. Given the prevalence of erythritol in artificially sweetened foods, further safety studies of the health risks of erythritol are warranted."
By NIH.gov