Ready-To-Eat NexGen Low-Carb Muffins Are About Healthy Fiber

Filed under: New Product — @ March 28, 2007

Would you believe these big fluffy muffins contain just 2g net carbs?

Once upon a time in my life as a graduate student I had a job as a portable food vendor in the Virginia Beach, Virginia area called Corporate Cafe. Yep, I would arrive early in the morning and load up a big cooler full of sandwiches, sodas, juice, bagels, cookies, and muffins to make my rounds at the nearby car dealerships and golf shops selling all of these high-carb garbage foods just to pull in a few bucks while I was attending graduate school. I’m not proud of it now, but it was just a job at the time and my nearly 400-pound self didn’t mind eating away the profits on a regular basis.

One of the most popular and bestselling items I sold was the muffins made by a baked goods company called Otis Spunkmeyer. Their humongously gigantic muffins were very appealing to the eye because of their jumbo size and the perceived value for the money you spent on them. Nevermind all that nasty white flour, corn syrup, artificial colors, and sugar they load into these things which were nothing but bad news for both your weight and health. People loved ‘em then and probably still drool over them now.

It’s been nearly 15 years ago that I had that food vendor job and I sold those Otis Spunkmeyer muffins for a couple of bucks at the time. Now that I’m livin’ la vida low-carb in the 21st century, though, I have longed to find a company that could come up with a similar kind of muffin as those ones I used to sell except make them healthy. If people are willing to shell out that kind of money for an Otis Spunkmeyer muffin, then how much more valuable would a low-carb equivalent be?

Well, you wait is now over thanks to a company I found called R&B/NexGen


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