Arctic Zero
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Arctic Zero

Posted on Thursday, October 11th, 2012 at 3:07 pm
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Arctic Zero is a protein shake in ice cream form.  At Arctic Zero Frozen Desserts, they love ice cream, but they didn’t love the that ice cream isn’t very healthy.  So, they created a “super dessert” that was nutritious and healthy for people to enjoy.  Arctic Zero Frozen Desserts come in pints that have less than 150 calories.  They are fat free.  Each contains only natural or organic ingredients.  They do not contain any artificial flavors, artificial colors, or artificial sweeteners.  Choose from: Chocolate, Chocolate Peanut Butter, Coffee, Cookies and Cream, Mint Chocolate Cookie, Strawberry, Vanilla Maple, and other Seasonal Flavors.  They also make bars that contain only 85 calories per bar.  Choose from a 4 pack of 2 Strawberry and 2 Orange Cream bars, or a 4 pack of 2 Chocolate and 2 Vanilla bars.  You cannot buy Arctic Zero products directly through their website. Instead, you can either look for their products in stores or try Amazon.com. The price could vary depending on where you make your purchase.

Desserts that are low in calories are great for people who are trying to lose weight.  Arctic Zero sweetens their products with monk fruit concentrate and organic cane sugar.  Foods that are organic were grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation.  Organic foods are GMO free.  Monk fruit is a type of melon.  Many people are seeking natural sweeteners because they are more healthy and natural as compared to the artificial sweeteners.    Arctic Zero has its headquarters in Escondido, California.  Try their ice cream next time you are looking for a low calorie dessert.

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