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I believe it does, and diabetics should eat it in moderation. Otherwise don’t eat the whole bag because it taste wonderful. Always check with your doctor and monitor your blood sugar and enjoy. I do.
Roberta Alene
· September 24, 2019
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The bag says 8. I don't eat a full serving everytime so it last me a little bit.
Chaun V
· August 8, 2019
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Fat14gm, total carbs-9 fiber-5, protein-6 gm in 1/3 cup cereal.
Hope this helps

Michelle LaBarge
· October 17, 2019
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Yes but you can stretch it by adding unsweetened coconut hemp and chia seeds. I’m on the Keto diet so I eat it w heavy cream. Scrumptious
Michelle LaBarge
· December 7, 2019
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There is no Butter milk or eggs in it According to ingredient list no animal products. I believe that would make it vegan
Michelle LaBarge
· November 11, 2019
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per 1/3 cup 180 calories (130 from fat). 8 servings per package
Stephen A Fiermonte
· June 19, 2019
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Absolutely! We have a locally produced milk that has extra butterfat in it so it's very rich. That also means less milk sugar than normal. We've had great reports from people using almond milk, rice milk, cashew milk and soy milk.
Diabetic Kitchen
Seller · June 20, 2019
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The product is not made with gluten. It is gluten free. It is made in a factory that produces other items that contain gluten. So it is POSSIBLE that there MAY be some contamination but
most people do not react to tiny traces of gluten.

Michelle LaBarge
· March 17, 2020
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