At the grocery store today, I got my hands on a jar of organic sunbutter and was pretty blown away by the label
Might be hard to read, but it’s 19g of fat, 2g saturated, 4g carbs with 3 of those being fiber and 8g of protein. I’m tracking that as 1 net carb per serving.
Digging further online, I’m seeing some mixed info on the further distribution of fats, but most point to the majority being monounsaturated vs polys.
I’m curious if I’ve stumbled across low carb gold here. I have zero knowledge about seed nutrition, having focused primarily on nuts and avocados as fat sources. I’ve done a little digging, and of course everywhere says this stuff is the cat’s pajamas, but curious if anyone is a regular consumer of this stuff OR if anyone has done any research to dissuade me from making this a regularly consumed product. Presently, I eat a LOT of peanut and almond butter, and wouldn’t mind adding this to the rotation.