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Can We consider Cheese Fingers as LCHF Snack ?

I love to eat cheese fingers but now i worried after I come to know i have DM2 ,

Can we consider this CHEESE FINGERS lxhf snack

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Here is the link for Neutrition information? I think except Sodium , I dont find any thing wrong ?

sparkpeople.com/calories-in...

Amount Per Serving

Calories 142.0

Total Fat 7.0 g

Saturated Fat 4.0 g

Polyunsaturated Fat 0.0 g

Monounsaturated Fat 0.0 g

Cholesterol 12.0 mg

Sodium 493.0 mg

Potassium 0.0 mg

Total Carbohydrate 12.0 g

Dietary Fiber 0.0 g

Sugars 0.0 g

Protein 9.0 g

Vitamin A 3.0 %

Vitamin B-12 0.0 %

Vitamin B-6 0.0 %

Vitamin C 5.0 %

Vitamin D 0.0 %

Vitamin E 0.0 %

Calcium 23.0 %

Copper 0.0 %

Folate 0.0 %

Iron 1.0 %

What LCHF Followers say about this snack ?

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OK. I avoid sauce , can I take this frequently, we friends go out for eatinh like KFC very frequently 4 times / week .. Is this safe to consume every time. What about sodium ?

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I would consider this cheese stick/finger high in sodium (493 mg per serving) even though it doesn't oppose lchf diet but it is not good for general health especially with high blood pressure if you often eat them in regular basis or eat too many of them each time. They probably contain other food additives eg. flavor enhancers or preservatives. It would be better for you to make home-made cheese fingers as you can control the right amount of salt as well as avoiding any non-necessary additives. Choices of salad is also good alternative healthy snacks when eating outside.

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BangaloreMate

Not good. Loaded with carbs.

Avoid.

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Are you sure ? But above link shows less car b? I want opinion on KFC

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BangaloreMate

I can't opine on kfc but 12 g carbs is too much except you don't take any carby diet and stick to lchf principles. What kind of carb is there if not sugar ?

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Hidden

You must know what kind of carbs are used . Also what fats in it .

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Hidden

No need to be scientist. Just be attentive.

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Avoid fat and oils in the diet (I mean fried food items). Ultimately it can cause block in the coronary arteries.

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gangadharan_nair

😃😃😃. My dear sir. You are quoting ada ama aha recommendations. If you don't take fats you have to take carbs and proteins. Both in large quantity are not good.

In fried items if good quality of fats like co vco ghee etc sfa are used they are not harmful but the items you fry eg flour refine flour, potato chips and all kind of junks are bad. Fat has earned bad name out of vested interest and connivance

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