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    Sweets for the Heart

    Even the healthiest of eaters have a hard time compromising a sweet craving with nutrition and, most importantly, taste.

    A sugar-free Atkins bar is not a comparable replacement to real chocolate (which, even when made with 70% cocoa, needs sugar to taste good).

    Similarly, fat-free ice cream is a tasteless, watery concoction unworthy of the “ice cream” moniker.

    So where does one turn? Well, if you’re a caramel fiend like myself, look no further than Glenny’s Caramel “sweetheart” Soy Crisps.

    Although they are advertised as heart-shaped, that romantic notion appears to have gone out the door, as all the crisps are a more standard round shape.

    Each 1.3 ounce bag packs a mere 140 calories, 3 grams of fat, and 4 grams (1.3 teaspoons) of added sugar (no artificial sweeteners here!).

    Even better? They are completely free of saturated and trans fats!

    As an extra bonus, you get 3 grams of fiber and 9 grams of protein.

    That’s what I call a sweet deal.

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    1. Anonymous said on October 26th, 2007

      what do you suggest to replace chocolate?

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