Standard Process StandardBar
Brand: Standard Process
Product Code: standardbar-SP-cocoa-crisp
Quantity per Container: 18 Bars
The Cocoa Crisp StandardBar from Standard Process is a high protein nutrition bar that tastes great and provides our bodies with the necessary balance of important nutrients from whole-food sources.
- Contains 15 grams of protein and a net carbohydrate count of 5 grams
- Provides energy through increased protein content
- Contains carbohydrates of the beneficial complex form as opposed to simple sugars
- Helps maintain healthy weight in conjunction with a balanced diet and regular exercise
- Helps satisfy sugar cravings
- Offers a convenient and balanced supplement without artificial preservatives, colors, or flavors
- Gluten Free
Special Information: This cocoa crisp bar has a net carbohydrate count of 5 g (sugar/starch). Only these 5 g should be counted toward your daily carbohydrate intake. The remaining 15 g of low-impact carbohydrates come from glycerin, maltitol, and fiber - all which have a negligible impact on blood sugar levels.
Professional-grade products adhere to the strictest standards for purity and potency, and use the highest-grade ingredients available.
- Serving Size: 1 Bar
- Servings per Container: 18
- Amount per Serving:
- Calories 200
- Calories from Fat 50
- Total Fat 6 g
- Saturated Fat 0.8 g
- Cholesterol 18 mg
- Total Carbohydrate 20 g
- Dietary Fiber 1.5 g
- Sugars 2 g
- Protein 15 g
- Calcium 100 mg
- Iron 1 mg
- Sodium 200 mg
Other Ingredients: Protein blend (whey [milk] protein concentrate, egg white, and rice protein), maltitol syrup, almond butter, glycerin, brown rice syrup, cocoa powder, whey crisps (whey [milk] protein and rice flour), natural flavors, almonds, grape (seed) oil, and sunflower lecithin.
Gluten Free and Vegetarian
If you are pregnant, nursing, trying to conceive, taking any medications, or have a medical condition, please consult your healthcare practitioner before using this product.
Keep out of reach of children.
This cocoa crisp bar has a net carbohydrate count of 5 g (sugar/starch). Only these 5 g should be counted toward daily carbohydrate intake. The remaining 15 g of low-impact carbohydrates come from glycerin, maltitol, and fiber—all which have a negligible impact on blood sugar levels.