Flax-O-Meal Low Carb Pancake and Waffle Mix Made with golden flaxseeds, this pancake and waffle mix is delicious! It contains only 3 effective grams of carbs for 2 pancakes or waffles. Rich in omega-3 essential fatty acids! You don't have to sacrifice flavor, texture or nutritional goodness to enjoy very low carb pancakes and waffles. The same company who brought you the amazing Flax-O-Meal Hot Cereal is now thrilling low carbers with a pancake and waffle mix. Available in three different flavors: Apple Spice, Banana Walnut, and Butter Pecan. Flax's high nutritional value makes it a popular choice among people demanding healthful and delicious foods. That's because flaxseed has a pleasant nutty flavor. Flaxseed is also rich in dietary fiber and lignans, plentiful in vitamins and minerals, and very high in essential fatty acids - a natural fit for better-health-diets! The essential omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid alpha-linolenic acid (ALA or LNA), found in flaxseed must be eaten as part of the diet. The body then converts it into two others: eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). They each play an important role in good nutrition. FLAX O MEAL Introducing the very first Low Carb Hot Cereal! Finally! A dream come true for those living the low carb lifestyle. A hot breakfast cereal available in 3 different flavors. Rich in healthy flax seed meal, each serving has less than 2 digestible carbs, 11g of protein and a whopping 10g of dietary fiber. Just add hot water! Simple to prepare, FLAX O MEAL comes in Cinnamon & Spice, Vanilla Almond, and Butter Pecan. Chocolate has been discontinued. Nutritious and delicious, try FLAX O MEAL for breakfast today! Flax-O-Meal Low Carb Pizza Crust Mix Low in Carbohydrates High in Protein High in Fiber Contains Essential Fats from Flaxseed Flax-O-Meal Sugar Free Granola Low in Carbohydrates High in Protein High in Fiber Contains Essential Fats from Flaxseed Delicious! Only 1 effective gram of carbs per serving. Lowcarber's Miracle Finally!!! A thermogenic with a unique formula specifically targeted to the low carb dieter. More complete than Xenadrine, Beta Lean, or any other popular thermogenic formula. Why is Lowcarber's Miracle better? Because it contains 5 ingredients known to CURB CARB CRAVINGS! Lowcarber's Miracle is one of the few products that combines Ma Haung, Guarana, Green Tea and Forskolli. These work extremely well with thermogenic extenders such as quercetin, naringen, and yohimbe. Yohimbe targets lower body fat, which is difficult to lose for both men and women. The addition of hawthorne and bladderwrack provide heart, blood pressure and thyroid support. Lowcarber's Miracle is excellent for low carb dieters! LowCarbolicious Pizza Kit The Pizza Kit, packaged in shipping-friendly, tear-open pouches, makes one perfect 12" pizza. Just mix the contents of the crust pouch with water and melted butter, spread dough onto pizza pan (we recommend and sell separately a 12" micro-perforated, thin crust pan for ideal crispness) and prebake 10 minutes. Then pour on our thick, zippy sauce; follow with your favorite protein-packed pizza toppings (such as sausage, pepperoni, ground beef, bacon, Canadian bacon, chicken) and veggies (green pepper, onion, mushrooms, garlic) and, of course, lots of cheese! (Cheese not included in Pizza Kit.) Pop back in the oven for 7-10 minutes, then ENJOY while still being true to your diet! Provides 8.5g protein and 3g Effective Carbohydrate Count (ECC*) per slice - or a whopping 68 grams of protein, with just 24g carbs (ECC*) per entire 12" pizza. Traditional pizza's contains about 30g carbs per SLICE! Bakes up crisp and golden brown, perfect every time. Pizza Sauce Packet - sugar-free and aspartame-free, bursting with rich tomato flavor and classic pizza spices--oregano, basil, garlic, onion, red and green bell peppers, and a dash of crushed red pepper for added zip. The Effective Carbohydrate Count (ECC*) in the generous 6 oz. pouch size is just 6g carbs per ENTIRE pizza! *ECC=Effective Carbohydrate Count (total carbs minus grams of fiber, which are not absorbed by the body and therefore subtracted from actual final carb count) Nutrition Facts are given per ENTIRE 12" PIZZA vs. per slice, because some people like slicing it in triangular pieces and some people cut it all up in squares. Just divide totals by how much you eat. PIZZA CRUST INGREDIENTS: Soy protein isolate, vital wheat gluten, enriched flour (wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), egg white powder, hydrolyzed gelatin, whole wheat flour, monocalcium phosphate, potassium bicarbonate, malt extract, salt, acesulfame potassium. Nutrition Facts: Calories: 389; Total Fat: 2g (Saturated Fat: Less than 1g); Cholesterol: 0mg; Sodium: 995mg; Total Carbohydrate*: 25g (Dietary Fiber: 1g, Sugars: 1g); Protein: 68g; Calcium: 17% DV; Iron: 28% DV. PIZZA SAUCE INGREDIENTS: Tomato sauce, water, lemon juice, vegetable oil, oregano, basil, spices (including garlic, red pepper, red and green bell peppers, onion, nutmeg, cumin), guar gum, garlic pepper seasoning, salt. Nutrition Facts: Calories: 65; Total Fat: 4g (Saturated Fat: 1g); Cholesterol: 0mg; Sodium: 329mg; Total Carbohydrate*: 7g (Dietary Fiber: 1g, Sugars: Less than 1g); Protein: 1g; Vitamin A: 18% DV; Vitamin C: 25% DV; Calcium: 3% DV; Iron: 6% DV. * Effective Carbohydrate Count (carbs minus fiber) is just 30g per ENTIRE PIZZA! (Typical pizza has about 30g per SLICE!) Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. Calories 2000 2500 Total fat Less than 65g 80g Sat. fat Less than 20g 25g Cholesterol Less than 300mg 300mg Sodium Less than 2400mg 2400mg Potassium 3500mg 3500mg Total Carbohydrate 300g 375g Dietary fiber 25g 30g Protein 50g 65g Calories per gram: Fat 9 - Carbohydrate 4 - Protein 4 On January 1st, 1997, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) began phasing into effect new labeling requirements - which are now official. One of the changes that has caused some confusion is the switch from Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) to Recommended Daily Intake (RDI). Also, Vitamin and Mineral listings on the labels are now followed by Percentage of Daily Value (%DV). The following is a list of vitamin and minerals with their RDI's. Recommended Daily Intake (RDI): Vitamin A 5,000 IU* Biotin 300 mcg. Vitamin C 6O mg. Pantothenic acid 10mg. Calcium 1000 mg. Phosphorus 1000 mg. Iron 18 mg. Iodine 150 mcg. Vitamin D 400 IU Magnesium 400 mg. Vitamin E 30 IU Zinc 15 mg. Vitamin K 80 mcg. Selenium 70 mcg. Thiamin 1.5 mg. Copper 2.0 mg. Riboflavin 1.7 mg. Manganese 2.0 mg. Niacin 20 mg. Chromium 120 mcg. Vitamin B6 2.0 mg. Molybdenum 75 mcg. Folate (Folic Acid) 400 mcg Chloride 3,400 mg. Vitamin B12 6 mcg. IU = International Units mcg = micrograms mg = milligrams *Vitamin A is also measured in RE's. One RE equals 3.33 International Units (IU) of retinol (active vitamin A) equals 10 IU's of beta-carotene. Ketone Strips Low Carb dieters can depend on the LW Scientific brand of Ketone in Urine test strips. Is your body burning fat? As used by hundreds of thousands of dieters, our ketone strips come in vials of 100 (3 months supply). The LWS Ketone strips are made in USA and are clinically tested. The URS-1K products are intended for in-vitro diagnostic use and are manufactured and designed for qualitative analysis of Ketone in urine. Made in the USA for dependability and quality. Can pinpoint a problem for people who are not responding to (low carb, ketogenic) diet. Serves as a motivational tool by showing tangible evidence of diet success. LW Scientific's manufacturing plant is ISO-9002 certified. They have made great efforts to ensure parts quality from our vendors, rigidity of our process controls, and our information systems to make our company efficient and most apt to offer unsurpassed quality products, at competitive prices. McCann's Irish Oatmeal (Steel Cut Oats) Old fashioned steel-cut oats in the distinctive old-style tin. The oat groat is cut to enhance the flavour of the Irish Oat. The distinctive hearty, chewy texture of steel cuts makes them a favorite. Steel-Cut Oats are whole grain groats (the inner portion of the oat kernel) which have been cut into only two or three pieces. They are golden in colour and resemble mini rice particles. How are they different from Rolled Oats? Rolled oats are flake oats that have been steamed, rolled, re-steamed and toasted. Due to all of this additional processing they have lost some of their natural taste, goodness and texture. What makes Steel-cut Oats so special? Grains are essential to a healthy lifestyle and form the foundation of the food pyramid. Steel-cut oats are inherently full of nutritional value and are high in B-Vitamins, calcium, protein and fiber while low in salt and unsaturated fat. One cup of steel-cut oatmeal contains more fiber than a bran muffin and twice as much fibre as Cream of Wheat. The quality of Irish Oats and the distinctive crunchy texture make McCann's Steel-Cuts a gourmet delight. All oats grown for and used by McCann's are free from genetically modified organisms. The FDA endorsed Oats in the fight against Heart Disease and certain cancers. In August 1999, the FDA in the U.S. issued a further endorsement of oats. It authorized a new claim that will allow companies to promote the benefits of whole grains in relation to heart disease and certain cancers. It indicated that diets that are rich in whole grains, such as oats, may reduce the risk of these conditions. Oatmeal is the only food that naturally contains GLA (gamma linolenic acid) an essential fatty acid critical to the body's production of the favorable eicosanoids (PGE1 - prostaglandins). Eating steel-cut oats (very slow cooking) four times a week will provide you with a good supply of GLA. Wholegrain Oats and Type 2 Diabetes - In the U.S. almost 16 million people suffer from Type 2 diabetes with as many as 625,000 new cases being diagnosed each year. A new 10-year study published in the American Journal of Public health indicated that eating oatmeal (a wholegrain cereal) on a regular basis can help to reduce the risk of Type 2 (adult onset) diabetes. The study showed that eating 1 serving of oatmeal (equivalent to 1 cup cooked) 2-4 times weekly resulted in a 16% reduction in risk of suffering from Type 2 diabetes. By increasing consumption of oatmeal to 5-6 times weekly, there was a corresponding 39% reduction in the risk of onset of Type 2 diabetes. Irish Oats Grown in the rich fertile plains of Ireland - The use of oats for human consumption was well established in Ireland very early in the Christian era, for we find references to oatmeal in the Great Code of Civil Law, compiled about the year A.D. 438. There is evidence that even before this date, porridge was recognised in Europe as a characteristically Irish food. Watered by some of Europe's cleanest rivers - The temperate, humid climate of Ireland gives the slow ripening which enables the oats to draw the goodness from the soil. This, and the clean acid-rain free rivers that irrigate the land helps to produce perhaps the finest milling oats in the world. ... perhaps the finest milling oats in the world - Some of the best oats come from the counties of Kildare (shown in orange on the map) and Meath (shown in yellow) where all the oats for John McCann's Irish Oatmeal are grown under contract. Preparing Irish Oatmeal: Microwave - Mix 1/2 cup of steel cut oats with 2 cups of water in an 8 cup bowl (the size of the bowl is important as it must be large enough to allow the oats to bubble up without spilling over). Seal the bowl with plastic wrap and run at full power for 5 minutes. Stir and finish cooking for another 5 minutes (since microwaves vary in size and power, cooking times may need to be adjusted for different models). Sleep Tight - Soak overnight - Before going to bed, boil four cups of water in a pot, turn off the heat and add one cup of oatmeal. Cover the pot and leave overnight. In the morning cook over a low flame for 9-12 mins. Cut Corners - Place the oats, natural or pre-toasted in a food processor. A few turns of the metal blade will break up the grains and reduce the cooking time by at least 5 minutes. Be Prepared - One trick is to prepare five days worth of oatmeal in advance. This can be stored in an airtight container in your refrigerator and used as required. To reheat, use a microwave - heat on high for 2-3 minutes and then enjoy! Pre-Toast - Place the steel-cut oats in a preheated 300 degree oven for approximately 20 minutes. Return the oats to a tightly covered container, storing in a cool place. Toasted oats cook in half the time. Cook under Pressure! - When the pressure is on for a quick bowl of oatmeal - Rely on your pressure cooker. In approximately 5 minutes, pre-toasted steel-cuts will be cooked to perfection. All you need is 1 cup of pre-toasted steel-cuts, 3 1/2 cups of water and 1 tablespoon unsalted butter. Be sure to allow the pressure to release slowly according to the manufacturer's directions.

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