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Say Cheese!

Mar 1, 2001

Low-carb/High-protein Meal Now Available

Life Services of Neptune, New Jersey, now manufactures a high-protein/low-carbohydrate macaroni and cheese dinner called KETO Macaroni and Cheese. Each serving contains five grams of carbohydrate.

According to Life Services, KETO Macaroni and Cheese is "an ideal meal for all low-carbohydrate diets and is safe for [people with diabetes] or anyone watching their blood sugar."

In addition, each serving contains 24 grams of protein (or four lean meat exchanges) and 184 calories. There are no artificial colors or flavors added.

KETO Macaroni and Cheese is available in retail health stores and pharmacies nationwide.

For more information, call (800) 542-3230.


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