Think Products - thinkThin Divine Bar Mint Chocolate Coconut - 1.48 oz (42g)
Think Products thinkThin Divine Bar is a good source or protein, high fiber and only 10g sugar. Sweet coconut and refreshing mint, a timeless and irresistible duo, all the better when smothered in rich dark chocolate. Think Products invites you to indulge in a delicious moment that is a smarter choice.
Introducing thinkThin Divine, a gorgeous sweet moment for the discerning palette and for those who want uncompromised decadence that is the smarter choice; a good source of protein, high in fiber and with only 10g of sugar.
thinkThin is committed to sourcing ingredients that are not genetically engineered in all of their products. They have stringent protocols for GMOs which includes requiring affidavits from ingredient suppliers demonstrating they can meet their non-GMO requirements. thinkThin sources non-GMO soy protein isolate.
Living Gluten Free
Many people choose a gluten free lifestyle but for those who have been diagnosed with gluten intolerance or celiac disease, living gluten free is essential. It is estimated that 31 million Americans are affected by celiac disease and related conditions.
thinkThin founder Lizanne Falsetto eliminated gluten during her 20’s simply because she realized that she didn’t feel good when she ate certain foods. A few years ago, her daughter was actually diagnosed with gluten sensitivity.
Since inception, thinkThin protein bars have been gluten free, without compromise to taste or quality. thinkThin is delighted to deliver delicious, nutritious snacks and gluten free bars for all foodies on the go, including those who live gluten free! Eat up!
Are all of their bars sugar free?
Their thinkThin Protein and thinkThin Bites lines have 0g sugar. Their thinkThin Crunch and their thinkThin Crunch Fruit & Nut lines do contain a controlled level of sugar at 3-8g.
Can diabetics eat their thinkThin bars?
They always recommend consulting your physician first. Their thinkThin and thinkThin Bites lines do not contain sugar and are suitable for consumers controlling their sugar intake.
Do thinkThin bars contain caffeine?
Most of their thinkThin bars contain less than 2 mg per serving of caffeine. Their Chocolate Espresso flavor does contain approximately 20 mg of caffeine from the coffee in the bar. Their Mixed Nuts Crunch bar is caffeine-free because it does not contain chocolate or any other caffeine containing ingredient.
Are their bars gluten free?
All of their products are gluten free.
Are any of their bars free of chocolate?
Their thinkThin Crunch Mixed Nuts bar does not contain chocolate.
Are their bars certified kosher?
All thinkThin bars are now kosher certified regular dairy by Kehilla Kosher.
Are their products vegan?
Most of their products contain dairy and are not vegan. Their thinkThin Crunch Mixed Nut bar does not contain dairy, but does have honey to hold the bar together. All three flavors of thinkThin Crunch Fruit & Nut are vegan.
What are the "other carbs" listed in the nutrition facts panel?
Other carbs consist of ingredients that are not included in the sugar alcohol, sugar and fiber content but are included in the total carb amount. An example of an "other carb" in their bars is glycerin.
Are any of their bars dairy-free?
None of their thinkThin Crunch Fruit & Nut bars contain dairy. Their thinkThin Crunch Mixed Nuts bar is dairy free as well.
What are Net Carbs? How do you figure them out on their facts panel?
They make it easier for you to calculate the net carbs in their bars. Their nutrition facts panel identify the breakdown of total carbs including dietary fiber, sugars, sugar alcohols and other carbs. The net carbs in thinkThin are calculated by subtracting the non-effective ingredients from the total carbs. Examples of the non-effective ingredients include: sugar alcohol (maltitol), glycerin (carbs), and fiber.
Can maltitol result in gastrointestinal issues or discomfort?
Popular sugar alcohol sweeteners include maltitol. Maltitol sweeteners are made through a fermentation process of corn or sugar cane. They contain fewer calories than sweeteners like pure sugar and honey. Sensitivity to maltitol is individual.
What is glycerin and what is it derived from?
The glycerin they use is derived from plant sources. It is used as a humectant (an ingredient used to preserve the moisture content of the bar) and helps to maintain a soft texture in the core of the bars. Back to Top
Why do some of their bars contain palm kernel oil?
Only their thinkThin bars coated in dark chocolate contain palm kernel oil. Their thinkThin Protein bars are sugar free, and there are currently no sugar free dark chocolate coatings without palm kernel oil available. Palm kernel oil allows for a delicious, chocolatey coating that remains solid at room temperature
Natural Portable Nutrition
thinkThin products provide natural and delicious portable nutrition to support the health and well-being of busy, active people who care about what they eat. All thinkThin natural snack bars are based on three nutritional principles: no refined sugar, a good source of protein and gluten free.
Healthy Energy & Natural Weight Management
thinkThin products contain uncompromised quality ingredients that are a good source of protein, have no refined sugar and are gluten free to provide an excellent source of energy without the punishing side effects of gluten and refined sugar. Their entire product line builds upon this delicious foundation while delivering a more premium nutritional profile than any weight management offering on the market. thinkThin's protein bar is the No. 1 ranked natural weight management bar in America (SPINSscan research).
At thinkThin, they believe strongly in the premise of weight wellness. This is the optimal weight range at which our bodies feel happy and healthy. This is not defined or dictated by aesthetic, shape, weight or tape measure - it is the physical and emotional outcome of feeling good, energized, funny, confident, and living a life filled with joy and laughter. Once we focus on being active, healthy and happy, our bodies will follow and align.
thinkThin: What's in a Name?
thinkThin products are stripped down to provide only the highest quality ingredients. In the spirit of "packing light" - one bar goes a long way - in your bag, in your car and in your pocket. When you take thinkThin with you, you are good to go with a nutritious boost for anytime of day without the punishing side effects of refined sugar and gluten. They believe that attitude is everything and when we all start living with the thoughtful intention of health and energy, our bodies will follow.
|Think Products - thinkThin Divine Bar Mint Chocolate Coconut - 1.48 oz (42g)|
Ingredients: Coconut, Chicory FIber, Brown Rice Syrup, Soy Protein Isolate, Sugar, Organic Tapioca Syrup, Cocoa Buter, Water, Chocolate, Casein, Alkalized Cocoa, Milk, Cane Syrup Crystals, natural mint and Other Natural Flavors, Whey Protein Isolate, Salt, Soy Lecithin, Dextrose.
Manufactured in a plant that also processes Eggs and Tree Nuts.
Contains: Milk, Soy, Coconut.
Gluten Free Certified Gluten Free by GFCO
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Thinkproducts puts its money where its food is: the company donates up to $250,000 per year to the following organizations that are working to find a cure for many of today's epidemics - the California diabetes foundation; the university of Southern California childhood obesity research center; autism research institute in san Diego, California; the William k. Warren celiac center at the university of California; and the Susan G. Komen fund for breast cancer research.