Friday, December 27, 2013

Lesser Evil Review

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What I say:
We have come to believe that good for you pretty much means no flavor. Well along comes a company called Lesser Evil breaking all those rules. I recently found out that I am a diabetic-I need these products to help keep my sugars in check without giving up the crunchy snacks I crave and love. I have it in these bags of goodness-yum yum they are so good and good for me at the same time. Sadly I have not been able to find these in a store in my area yet, I have tried to get the store to carry them but no luck yet.
What we were sent:
Chia Crisps-Feta and Black Olive
Krinkle Sticks-Cheddar
Chia Pop-Classic Theater Style
Super 4-Nacho Cheese

Look at all these health benefits...
All Natural
Gluten Free
Low Glycemic
Kosher
Cholesterol Free
Good Source of Fiber
No MSG
Socially Responsible
Not Genetically Modified
Empty Calorie Free
No artificial preservatives
No Milk Hormones
**As seen on Dr. Oz 

What they say:
What started as an idea to make innovative and tasty snack foods with healthier ingredients in 2004 has become a mission to be the first snack food company in the chip aisle that are actually good for you. There are lots of other companies that espouse products with ‘better for you’ claims but still don’t provide real nutritional value. In our eyes ‘better for you’ doesn’t mean ‘good for you’.

We use black beans and organic popcorn as bases. We believe in non-genetically sourced materials and have moved towards sourcing as much organic material as possible. We are also moving away from refined sugar and believe in lower glycemic nutrition. Health comes from the inside out and sharing quality natural foods that taste good should be a decision available to everyone.

Disclaimer and disclosure: * I received this product in exchange for a review. I was not compensated for my review and all my opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. *