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LLVLC On YouTube (Episode 82): HealthWise Bakery Zero Net Carb Bagels Review


HealthWise Bakery makes some truly delicious zero net carb bagels

While it can be a lot more difficult to find good quality foods to add to your healthy low-carb lifestyle, I’m always on the lookout for new ones you may not have heard about before. In recent weeks I’ve been sharing with you about several low-carb products that I’ve personally tried, enjoyed, and wanted to share with you like Yes! To Cookies, Truvia, and Dreamfields pasta. I am inundated with requests to try new products every single day, but only the best ones that pass my own personal lofty standards of a very extensive vetting process are shared on my sites. That’s why I’m pleased to tell you about another fabulous low-carb product today.

In Episode 82 of “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb On YouTube”, Christine and I tell you about HealthWise Bakery Net Zero Carb Bagels from our friends at Linda’s Diet Delites. These moist and delicious bagels contain just 90 calories, 2g fat, 14g carbohydrates which are all dietary fiber, and 12g protein in each bagel! Although they are low in fat, these bagels can be made perfect with some butter, cream cheese, and any other low-carb toppings you’d like to put on them as you will see in our video. Christine even enjoys the “crunch” of the bagel chips that are also available from the HealthWise Bakery brand.

Watch our video review of the HealthWise Bakery Zero Net Carb Bagels if you are interested in adding these to your healthy low-carb lifestyle:

For a limited time, Linda’s Diet Delites is putting the HealthWise Bakery Zero Net Carb Bagels at a deep discounted price so you can try them for yourself. The 6-count packaging usually sells for $8.99 retail, but you can get them right now for just $4.99. Be sure to use the promo code “healthwiserules” when checking out to receive your special “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb” discount. In fact, I just ordered 5 packages of bagels with shipping and everything for less than $7 each. It’s a great deal that I hope you can take advantage of.

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  • Michael

    Jimmy,
    Bagels are typically the highest of all baked goods in gluten content. This should be a caution for people with auto-imune concerns.

    Absolutely anyone with Celiac disease should be careful…but most people with this condition already are. :)

    –Jimmy