La Tortilla Factory Smart & Delicious Tortillas, Gourmet, Low Carb, Whole Wheat, Garlic & Herb
4 net carbs. Great taste. Low fat. 0 g trans fat. No partially hydrogenated oils. Perfect for the serious dieter. High fiber 6 g. Made with whole wheat. 1 tortilla = 6 g dietary fiber, 50 calories, 2 g fat. Soft taco. Excellent source of dietary fiber. 24% recommended daily value. 50 calories per tortilla. Low fat/94% fat free. Good source of protein/5 g per tortilla. 0 g trans fat per tortilla. Ideal for weight loss programs. For three generations, La Tortilla Factory and the Tamayo Family have been dedicated to baking the best tasting, healthy wraps and tortillas using only the highest quality ingredients. Our Smart & Delicious wraps and tortillas are a healthy option for all types of diets and lifestyles. With Smart & Delicious wraps and tortillas you can provide your family with healthy and delicious meals that are quick and easy to prepare. In fact you could prepare meals or snacks using all the tortillas in the bag and conveniently store them in the refrigerator or freezer so you can grab, microwave and go anytime. It's a quick, smart and delicious alternative. For delicious, diet-oriented recipe ideas, visit www.latortillafactory.com/SeriousDietersClub. The one and only low-carb tortilla according to Fran McCullough. The Low-Carb Cookbook by Fran McCullough provides you with ways on how to use our Smart & Delicious Low-Carb High Fiber Tortillas. It is a complete guide to the healthy low-carbohydrate lifestyle; with over 250 delicious recipes, everything you need to know about stocking the pantry and sources for the best prepared foods and ingredients. Michael R Eades, MD & Mary Dan Eades, MD also recommend our Low-Carb High Fiber tortillas in The Protein Power Plan. It is a breakthrough system of counting carbohydrates that gives you many more food options, along with nearly 100 recipes and an invaluable program of strength building exercises and tips for maintaining motivation. To Get the Net Effective Carb Count: When counting carbs you can deduct the grams of dietary fiber from the total carbohydrate grams to get the net carb count. Example: 10 g total carbohydrate - 6 g dietary fiber = 4 g (ECC) effective carb count. This is what counts. Manufactured with pride by the Tamayo Family in beautiful Sonoma County. www.latortillafactory.com.