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Universal Doctors Diet CarbRite Bar

Doctor's Diet CarbRite Bar

Doctor's Diet CarbRite Bar

With Only 2.6g net impact Carbs Per Bar!
Rated #1 in national blind taste tests!

Regardless of which low carb bar you’ve used in the past, it’s time for a change. A delicious, mouth-watering change. The Doctor’s CarbRite Diet Bars have been taking the country by storm. Dieters everywhere are switching to our bars every day and regretting that they didn’t switch earlier. 

Maybe you’re still in the dark. Perhaps you’ve been eating your bar for so long, you don’t even know what a great bar should taste like. Does it even exist? Absolutely. Most people who try the bar are skeptical at first. After they’ve had it, they can’t imagine how a low carb bar could taste so good. So good that these bars have received some of the highest marks from independent low carb web sites. 

So good that real people like yourself have compared it to candy bars. Listen to what Diana Cox had to say: “I just purchased some of your Doctor’s CarbRite Diet Bars and they’re the absolute best I’ve ever tasted! I’m particular about the ingredients in nutrition bars as well as the carb content. The S’mores tasted just like a Milky Way bar!” 

While taste is the real story behind the Doctor’s success, there’s a couple of other things you should know. For starters, every Doctor’s CarbRite Bar we make is sugar-free. Better yet, unlike the competition, our bars are completely free of all artificial sweeteners. This includes aspartame (Nutrasweet), sucralose (Splenda), acesulfame potassium, and saccharin. Next, each bar contains absolutely no hydrogenated oils or trans fats, making it a very healthful choice. Finally, each of our bars are manufactured by us and no one else–unlike the majority of the low carb bars out there. 

Have you ever wondered why many of our competitor’s bars taste alike–the same cardboard texture, the same sour taste? It’s because our competition relies on two or three major contract manufacturers to make their bars for them. Because we exclusively make our own bars, you’re guaranteed freshness, quality, and yes, superb taste. Did we mention a great price as well? 

Take it from Valeria Spadaro: “I’ve tasted other low carb bars like Atkins and LoCarb, but yours are the best that I’ve ever had! The other ones are horrible–they reminded me of putty.” Stop sacrificing taste for your diet. Now, you can have the cake and eat it too! With the Doctor’s CarbRite Bar, you get a healthful, sugar-free alternative to all the candy bars out there that are high in sugars and fat. They’re so tasty, you’ll forget you’re on a diet at all, just like Dorothy Austin told us. The Doctor’s CarbRite Diet Bars are just what the doctor ordered. 

Treat yourself today. No prescription needed.

Doctor's Diet CarbRite Bar Nutritional Facts

Serving Size: 1 bar (57g)
Servings Per Container
2 oz (57g) container size has 1 serving

Ingredient Per 
1 bar (57g) 
% Daily 
Calories 190
  Calories from fat 35
Total Fat 4 g 6%*
  Saturated Fat 2 g 10%*
Cholesterol 15 mg 5 %*
Sodium 160 mg 7%*
Total Carbohydrate 22 g 7%*
**Net Impact Carbs 
2.5 g
  Dietary Fiber <1 g 2%*
  Sugar 0 g
Sugar Alcohol  19 g
Protein 21 g 42%*
Vitamin A <2%*
Vitamin C   <2%*
Calcium   15%*
Iron 5%*
*Daily values (DV%) are based on a 
2000 Calorie daily diet.

Other Doctor's Diet CarbRite Bar Ingredients: Isolated soy protein, glycerine, whey protein isolate, sugar-free chocolate flavored coating (maltitol, cocoa butter, chocolate liquor, calcium carbinate, dairy oil, calcium caseinate, soya lecithin, vanilla), maltitol, water, hydrolyzed protein, soy nuts, polydextrose, natural flavors, white kidney bean, salt, potassium sorbate, and peanuts.

(Chocolate peanut butter SHOWN, Slight variations may occur among flavors.)


 **Universal Nutrition’s “low carb” diet products are designed to support low carb weight management. Low carb dieting encourages the control of insulin through modifying sugar and carb intakes.

  Not all carbohydrates act the same way in a person’s body. While many carbohydrates are digested and turned into blood sugar, other carbs act differently and, while digested, are not readily turned into glucose. Some carbs have virtually no calories and pass through the body without digestion. The FDA has not yet focused on this important biochemical difference and treats all carbs as the same. In fact, the FDA defines carbohydrates (in the current Nutrition Fact Panel) as anything that is not protein, fat, moisture, and ash. For the low carb dieter, this “Carbohydrates by Difference” approach does not distinguish between standard carbs which should be avoided and those that are acceptable for low carb dieting.

  The ingredients in question include polydextrose, glycerine and polyols/sugar alcohols (e.g., maltitol, mannitol). While similar in some respects to conventional carbohydrates, these carbs are dissimilar in other respects. Chemically, they are different from traditional carbs such as sugars and starches. Metabolically, they can differ as well for individuals on specific diet programs. For example, polyol caloric yields differ from conventional carbs. As we know, conventional carbs like sugar produce 4 calories per gram. These polyols and glycerine yield anywhere from 1.6 to 4.3 calories per gram. More importantly for low carb dieters, these carbs are extremely low glycemic-index substances. As such, they produce a lower impact on blood sugar levels. The elevation of blood sugar levels produces an accompanying rise in insulin, and this hormone has been linked to weight gain and other complications (e.g., diabetes).

  Universal Nutrition wants to provide accurate
information, such as the relative importance of the impact different types of carbs have on blood sugar. Unfortunately this cannot be made clear in the current Nutrition Fact Panel. Universal Nutrition, along with members of the Natural Nutritional Foods Association (NNFA), has been working with the FDA to clarify these issues. In the spirit of cooperation, we are currently in the process of changing our labels to comply with FDA mandated labels, as well as to explain more clearly the value of certain types of “carbs” to low carb dieters. This important issue affects all low carb products on the market. We will continue to participate in the process of petitioning the FDA to update their definition of carbohydrates to reflect the many important differences in
carbohydrates so that consumers can have the proper information necessary for following a controlled
carbohydrate nutritional approach.

  In the meantime, feel confident that with our low carb products, you’re getting the highest quality products available - specially formulated for low carb dieting. For years, thousands of consumers have used our low carb products with great success.

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