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SmartSweets Sweetfish 1.8 Ounce Bags (12 Count), Candy With Low-Sugar (3g) & Low Calorie (80)- Free of Sugar Alcohols & No Artificial Sweeteners, Sweetened With Stevia
- Kick sugar: Feel good about candy with SmartSweets! Just 3g of sugar for the entire bag, naturally sweetened with Stevia & free from sugar alcohols. Only 80 calories per bag!
- Keep candy: Sweet Fish is candy that you can finally feel good about with 85% less sugar than other berry, chewy candies! No artificial anything and bursting with delicious fruit flavor!
- Plant-based: Sweet Fish are plant-based vegan! If you’re looking to tantalize your taste buds with a plant-based, fruity, chewy treat, SmartSweets are here for you and your sweet tooth!
- Candy you can feel good about: Not only are SmartSweets low-sugar, chewy and delicious, every ingredient we use is non-GMO, always real, and never artificial. Sweetened with plant-based Stevia!
- Lower sugar, no comparison: SmartSweets Sweet Fish give you the same delicious, chewy, juicy berry flavor as regular gummy candy - without all the sugar. Kick sugar, keep candy!
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Tantalize your taste buds with our juicy berry Sweet Fish smartly sweetened without sugar alcohols. Sweet Fish are sweetened only with stevia and colored using fruit and vegetable juices.
85% Less Sugar
Traditional gummy bears have 24 grams of sugar and 167 calories. SmartSweets Sweet Fish are 3g of sugar per serving and only 80 calories! Enjoy chewy, juicy Sweet Fish - without the sugar!
Plant Based Sweetness
Proudly one serving for the entire bag!
*Please refer to ingredients list.
|SmartSweets Sour Gummy Bears||SmartSweets Fruity Gummy Bears||SmartSweets Sour Blast Buddies||SmartSweets Sweet Fish||SmartSweets Peach Rings|
|Calories per bag||90||90||80||80||80|
|Sugar per bag||3g||3g||3g||3g||3g|
|Protein per bag||3g||3g||0g||0g||0g|
|Free from Added Sugar*||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Free from Artificial Sweeteners*||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Free from Sugar Alcohols*||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Free from Artificial Colors*||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
Meet our Founder, Tara
Hey! I'm Tara, CEO & Founder of SmartSweets.
I started SmartSweets after my love affair with candy turned into an unhealthy relationship with food, and I experienced the negative effects excess sugar has on our health. I tried to eat less sugar, but that only led me to crave candy even more, sparking my quest to kick sugar, and keep candy. After spending months recipe testing in my kitchen with a gummy bear mould from Amazon, I innovated the first delicious candy - without all the sugar.
I can't wait for you to try SmartSweets, and join us on the mission to kick sugar.
Kick sugar, keep candy with SmartSweets Sweet fish! SmartSweets gummy candy is free of sugar alcohols and artificial sweeteners. Enjoy chewy, juicy, berry flavor Sweet Fish - without all the sugar. Our stevia-sweetened gummy candy is non-GMO With no artificial colors, or artificial flavors. In a full bag of our gummy candy there is only 3g of sugar & 80 calories. SmartSweets Gummy candy is allergen-friendly - gluten free, peanut & tree nut free, dairy free, and soy free.
Size: 1.8 Ounce (Pack of 12)
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Prebiotic soluble fiber from tapioca, pectin, natural fruit flavor, citric acid, malic acid, carrageenan, fruity and vegetable juice (for color), coconut oil, stevia leaf extract, carnauba wax
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What good does it do to remove almost all sugar only to replace it with something that masquerades as being good for you, but is no better than, and probably worse than regular sugar?
There was a report by Thanh Vo, MSc, in March 21, 2019 entitled "Tapioca Fiber or Soluble Corn Fiber: Which one is worse than sugar?" in which Prebiotic Tapioca Fiber was identified as none other than than the known culprit IMO: Isomaltooligosaccharide.
As you may note from above, this compound is a saccharide, and saccharides are sugars!
Do you wonder why these products taste so sweet, and you don't taste the stevia? IMO is a SUGAR FIBER, not a true dietary fiber! It is listed as a SWEETENER. One can find it listed in the 'All Sweetener List' at the Sugar-Sweetener-Guide which can be found online.
The article by Thanh notes that in n 2013, Quest Nutrition came under litigation for representing IMO as dietary fiber on the nutrional labels for their bars. They ended up removing IMO from their products.
Equating prebiotic tapioca fiber with IMO is uncovered by looking at the labeling of other products. An example given in the article is Primal Kitchen's Macadamia Sea Salt bars which list isomaltooligosaccharides (from Tapioca) (IMO) as the first ingredient on their website. However, the package label lists "Prebiotic Tapioca Fiber" in its place. But it is not listed as a carbohydrate or a sugar as this substance seems to fall through the cracks of current labeling requirements. They go on to show another label where "Prebiotic Tapioca Fiber" is directly identified as "IMO from Non GMO Tapioca starch" on the same label.
What is notable, according to the article, is that IMO is NOT included in the current Final FDA Guidelines for Dietary Fiber. This would appear to indicate that this is not a true dietary fiber, and Tapioca Fiber is simply another name for IMO. However it seems that, for a few more years yet while the FDA allows further submissions in dietary fibers, companies can do what this company is doing. I look for that to change.
The evidence presented in the article goes on to show that IMO (tapioca fiber) is actually worse than table sugar. Recent studies have shown IMO to generate blood sugar levels similar to glucose and dextrose. These have a glycemic index of 100!
For a comparison of the glycemic index of various sugars:
Table 1: GI of sugars
Maltose GI= 105
Rice syrup GI=98
As you can see, IMO has one of highest as its glycemic index as it is similar to that of glucose/dextrose. It's higher than regular table sugar.
In this article they described running two tests to specifically see how a SmartSweet product impacted blood sugar starting from fasting. In one they ate a package of gummie bears. In the other they drank sugar water containg 28 grams pure sugar, and compared the results on fasting blood sugar.
The results were virtually identical. Both spiked blood sugar into the160's within an hour, and took over 2 hours to return to normal. Imagine now the effect on a diabetic, and how this would kick someone on a ketogenic diet out of ketosis.
Tapioca fiber has also been listed as:
Prebiotic Tapioca Fiber
Soluble Tapioca Fiber
Prebiotic Fiber from Tapioca Starch
Prebiotic Soluble Fiber from Tapioca
Non-GMO Tapioca Fiber
Organic Tapioca Fiber
Prebiotic Soluble Fiber from Cassava
So buyer beware. This product appears to be is no better than sugar. You can find people on YouTube showing what it does to their blood glucose levels as well. That this product suggests it is better for you than sugar is greatly misleading if not outright false.
I feel I have been greatly deceived.
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