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Just got some PB2 and had some on my chocolate cake dessert last night...was sooooo good!.

What does everyone count that as?..

Comments (12)

Your question was: PB2 on Nutrisystem.

2 servings 4 tbsp dry 110 cals = 1 dairy/protein PLUS 1 fat..

Comment #1

Please check the stats. PB2 was reformulated last year and it now is 85% fat free instead of 75%.

From my jar. 2 tbsp.= 45 cals. and 5 g. protein. 1.5 g. fat 5 carbs.

And link to nutrition info on website http://store.bellplantation.com/Prod...Show=TechSpecs.

Sorry I put 90 instead of 45 cals for 2 tbsp. But check the link to it on bell palntation website to confirm the new stats...

Comment #2

This is the thread I always refer to.....

Http://boards.members.nutrisystem.co...d.php?t=110927..

Comment #3

Originally Posted by GherkinNme.

I am counting 1 serving of PB2 (2 TBLS dry) as my fat for the day- is this correct? thanks!.

Here's a post from Judi... (I don't have a jar in front of me).

Yup, as Mom said, look at the stats, and you'll see that 2 tbsp doesn't have enough fat to count as a fat. A fat should be around 5 grams, which is why 4 tbsp works as a fat & a protein, but 2 tbsp has too many calories and too little fat to count as anything, unfortunately! Such a bummer, since it's a great size serving, but 1 scant tbsp is good for a free food, and still yummy!!.

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Comment #4

Its been reformulated since then(2008). Click my link to the website above to see the new stats from bell plantation....

Comment #5

Is PB2 actually pb consistency- or a powder? I can't tell from the website...

Comment #6

This is confusing, because the jar I just got at home doesn't look like that. They sent me the one with the blue lid.. I now buy from netrition.com because it's cheaper and you don't have to buy 4... That would be great if I didn't have to count it as my fat too. Looks like the one you just got IS half a protein..Thank you!.

Alicia- Look here http://boards.members.nutrisystem.co...d.php?t=110927 for ideas. It is a powder that you mix with water...

Comment #7

You may have the old formula from 2008. Does it say 75% fat free or 85%? I bought some from netrition earlier this month and got the 85% off..

I just looked on netrition and the pic is of the green lid one. If they sent the old stuff to you I would call and complain...

Comment #8

New stats from Bell Plantation:.

Ingredients: Roasted peanuts, sugar and salt.

Serving size: 2 Tablespoons (12 grams).

Servings per container: 15 (Amount per 2 tablespoon serving when mixed with water).

(Value and % Daily Value).

Calories: 45.

Calories from fat: 13.

Total fat: 1.5 g 2%.

Saturated fat: 0 g 0%.

Trans fat: <0.01 g.

Cholesterol: <0.01 mg 0%.

Sodium: 94 mg 4%.

Total carbohydrates: 5 g 2%.

Dietary fiber: 2 g 8%.

Sugars: 1 g.

Protein: 5 g.

Mine is only 75% FF.. Guess I will have to give them a call. Glad to know though. THANK YOU!..

Comment #9

Does your jar have the old stats?.

We posted at the same time. lol. Yes do call them. The new formulation IMO fits into the Nutrisystem program easier...

Comment #10

YEP! I am going to give Netrition.com a call. I hate complaining, but glad of the new stats!..

Comment #11

So 4 tablespoons is a protein... I guess one would be a free food, I hat two last night but it was kinda alot for the cake. It was really yummmy..

Comment #12

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