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Artic Zero

With summer comes heat, we all know that and yeah yeah I complain about it a lot lol. We also know by this point in the blog that I LOVE ice cream. Well problem is my muffins top also REALLY love ice cream and it all seems to go straight there and they have a fat party. Work out you say? Well yeah but that isn't going to get rid of all the fat from a traditional ice cream, not to mention have you ever read what was in other store bought ice creams?? Some of them are quite bad for you in just about every way! Artic Zero is out to change all that. With only 150 Calories a PINT, not a serving but a pint you can pretty much enjoy as much as you want. their pints are also fat free and loaded with 14 grams of protein. Now their bars are a little bit worse for me (which of course that means they were my favorite) but better then a traditional ice cream bar and available in 4 different flavors and the pints in 6 flavors!
 Now I mentioned the bars were my favorite but the pints were pretty good as well. They were not as rich and creamy as I was use to and tended to be more mild in flavor. My favorite pint was the Vanilla Maple! In fact that was everyone's favorite flavored pint. I have started using Artic Zero as my after workout snack recently. I get such bad cravings after a hard workout and while this is no piece of cake it fills my need for sweet :O)
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**I received the above mentioned products in order to write a complete and honest review. All views are that of my own and were in no way influenced.**

Comments

Unknown said…
All of their treats look and sound so delicious! I really want to try some!
I love Arctic Zero ! Your pictures look awesome
Julia Potvin said…
sounds yummy, haven't tried Artic Zero yet but will now!
Tricia said…
They look so good. I have always wanted to try this. I am not one for diet ice cream. However some of it is not bad. I will have to try it.

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