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Rhythm Superfood Chips

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I always want to give a try to a new brand of chips. When I first tasted the Rhythm Superfood Chips at the recent Fancy Food Show in San Francisco, I loved their crispy texture and their interesting, grown-up flavor. Known as super veggie chips, are made from different type of grains, seeds and vegetables including quinoa, amaranth, sesame seeds, flaxeed, yellow and white corn and pea protein.

The Rhythm Superfood Chips are available in four distinctive flavors: Sea Salt, Nacho, Barbeque and Jalapeno. They all taste amazing but my favorite is the Barbeque. Here is what I discovered:

The Barbeque Rhythm Superfood Chips have 110 calories per 28 grams of serving with only 40 calories of fat, 3 grams of fiber, 4 grams of protein and 12 grams of whole grains. Carbs reach 14 grams per serving and sugars only 1 gram.

The product is free from gluten, GMOs, trans fats, cholesterol, artificial flavors, colors and preservatives and is also kosher certified.

The Barbeque Rhythm Superfood Chips are ideal for a healthy and delicious evening snack that is low in calories and will pair nicely with your glass of Chardonnay or even with a bottle of beer. I would even serve them with my favorite guacamole or salsa dip.

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