Frequently Asked Questions
Power Crunch cookies provide the perfect ratio of protein/carbohydrate/fat, designed to deliver optimum nutrition and instant and sustained protein supply with a low glycemic impact.
Power Crunch products contain a proprietary blend of specialized milk proteins, primarily extensively hydrolyzed (High-DH) whey protein which is efficiently absorbed by the body due to its very small molecular size. High-DH hydrolysates are rapidly and completely absorbed compared to other sources of protein which require hours of extensive intestinal activity and may still be incompletely absorbed leading to the often experienced gas and bloating after-consumption effects.
Power Crunch is not designed to replace entire meals but does provide a super-protein food with a superior protein/carbohydrate/fat ratio, producing instant and sustained energy flow and a low glycemic response.
Power Crunch uses no sugar alcohols which are known to cause gastric distress and, contrary to advertisement, most do cause insulin production and contribute nearly the same calories as sugar.
Power Crunch uses a blend of natural sugar and sucralose which is better known in the U.S. under the brand name “Splenda”. Triple Chocolate, Peanut Butter Crème, Peanut Butter Fudge, and Chocolate Mint are sweetened naturally with fruit sugars, Stevia and/or Monk Fruit extracts.
YES! Contrary to uninformed bloggers and so-called nutrition advisors, the safety and clear body of science on sucralose is well documented in more than 100 scientific studies conducted over a 25-year period. In addition, sucralose and, specifically the safety data on sucralose, has been reviewed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and other national regulatory agencies, as well as by international health authorities such as the World Health Organization (WHO) and found to be safe for use by all consumers including children, pregnant women and especially people with weight issues and diabetes. Sucralose has been available in international markets for more than 20 years. The FDA first approved the use of sucralose as a nonnutritive sweetener in 1998 and expanded this approval in 1999. Currently, sucralose is permitted for use in over 80 countries and it has never been required to carry any safety information or warning statements on its labeling.
Power Crunch cookies are enjoyed by kids and adults alike. It is a great source of protein for children, especially finicky eaters. The superior protein and low levels of sugar and carbohydrates also ensure steady, lasting energy with no “sugar rush and crash.”
Every individual should make their own decision under advice of their physician. However, Power Crunch bars have been used by large numbers of diabetics over the last several years. Power Crunch is lower in sugar and carbohydrates than many diabetic specific products such as “Glucerna”.