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Do Bacon and Lox Really have 0 carbs

Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by mhalp, Nov 27, 2005.

  1. mhalp

    mhalp Banned Banned

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    If you look at the ingredients of Bacon and Lox, the packages clearly state that they were cured with sugar, however the labels reports 0 carbs.

    How is that possible?
     
  2. paulchu

    paulchu Guest

    maybe they used splenda?

    0 carbs is actually a reference to a "unit" of carbs. I'm not sure what that unit is, but 0 carbs does not mean no carbs at all, just a trivial amount.
     
  3. Timbaland

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    Do you mean calories instead of carbs? Carbs are stuff like sugar, stach, and cellulose. You mentioned types of meat.
     

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