All Natural Popcorn – Shred Pop!
Developed by Dr. Ian Smith, the author of New York Times bestselling diet books, SHRED and Super SHRED, SHRED Pop is an irresistibly guilt-free snack. And, at only 100 calories a bag, flavors like Honey BBQ, Sea Salt, Kettle and White Cheddar will help you curb your craving without ruining your diet.
I had been given the opportunity to review the Sea Salt flavor and the White Cheddar flavor. My daughter loves popcorn. She literally eats it every single day. The only thing she loves more is ice cream and I definitely don’t want her eating that every single day. These bags are just the right size to satisfy her without consuming too many calories.
SHRED Pop is only made with non-GMO corn and all flavors are gluten-free. Even better. I don’t know about you but I have had it with all the GMO products out there. It seems like everything we eat is genetically modified – wheat, soy, corn – ridiculous. But this is definitely not. With zero cholesterol and no MSG, you can be sure that SHRED Pop is as good for you as it is delicious. Additionally, all flavors except for White Cheddar are vegan. We are not vegan but for those of you that are – this is a great option for you. So if you’re looking for a healthy alternative to traditional popcorn or simply trying to watch your calorie intake, SHRED Pop is your next go-to snack.
My daughter is just 9 years old and the medication for her disability caused her to gain 30 pounds in one year. That is huge for a 9 year old. She is starting to get a handle on it and I am very proud of her. So anything we can do to support her – I will do.
About Dr. Ian Smith: He is a #1 New York Times bestselling author of SUPER SHRED, SHRED, The 4 Day Diet, The Fat Smash Diet and The Extreme Fat Smash Diet. He is also a co-host of “The Doctors” TV show, a medical contributor to “The Rachael Ray Show” and host of the nationally syndicated radio show HealthWatch. Dr. Smith was appointed to President Obama’s Council on Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition in 2010 and is currently serving a second term. He is a graduate of Harvard, Columbia and the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine