Is NEOH suitable for diabetics?

Yes, NEOH is suitable for diabetics because our bars have a minimal effect on blood sugar levels. You are welcome to measure the influence on your blood sugar level with a measuring device after snacking at home. However, to be on the safe side, we still recommend that you discuss this with your doctor. You can find more information about blood glucose and NEOH on our website.

Is NEOH keto-friendly?

Yeah, NEOH is keto-friendly. An NEOH only has 3 grams of net carbohydrates. Only these have an effect on blood sugar levels. The remaining carbohydrates are empty and are not absorbed and excreted by the body. You can find more information under:

Can I consume sweeteners during a ketogenic diet?

Since NEOH has only 3g net carbohydrates, the amount of sweeteners used in NEOH is suitable for your ketogenic diet.

Can I lose weight with NEOH?

If you consume more calories than you consume, you will certainly lose weight. If the opposite is true, NEOH will unfortunately not help you lose weight. NEOH can be integrated into a diet with 1g sugar and only 98 kcal per bar.

How many Weight Watchers smart points does NEOH have?

One NEOH bar equals to 3 WW SmartPoints.

What does Netcarbs mean?

Net carbs are those carbohydrates that have an influence on the blood sugar level. The remaining part (complex carbohydrates) is not absorbed by the body and is then excreted. NEOH e.g. has 12g carbohydrates. 3g of these are net carbs. Only this part has an influence on the blood sugar level, the rest is excreted. With only 3g of net carbs, NEOH has only a minimal influence on the blood sugar level and can therefore be consumed during a ketogenic diet and as a diabetic. However, if you are a diabetic and are unsure of your diet, we recommend that you consult your doctor before consumption.

How do I count net carbs?

To calculate net carbohydrates, everything that does not arrive in the blood as glucose must be subtracted from the calories. This leaves the carbohydrates:

Specifically, for NEOH, this is what it looks like: (In general: 1g fat = 9kcal, 1g protein = 4kcal, 1g fiber = 2kcal, 1g net carbohydrate = 4kcal)

 Total calories NEOH: 98kcal

- Calories from fat: 36,4kcal

- Calories from protein: 30kcal

- Calories from dietary fibre: 6kcal

- Calories from glycerine: 9.8kcal

= 15.8kcal from net carbohydrates

 15.8 kcal divided by 4kcal/g net carbohydrates = 3.95g net carbohydrates

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