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Real Good Foods does it again and makes pulled pork and chicken into a low-carb food

Real Good Foods Bbq Pulled Pork And Chicken

Real Good Foods is a must-have or must-try functional food company, which makes it easy to experience all of its better-for-you goodness by having a giant selection of products and being easily accessible with availability at the likes of Target and Walmart. Despite already taking many different foods and recipes and turning them into protein-packed, lower-calorie options, the creative brand continues to expand its catalog; the latest innovations now making their way into stores are BBQ Pulled Pork and BBQ Pulled Chicken.

The latest from Real Good Foods is as simple as it sounds but with its signature, better-for-you approach. Both the BBQ Pulled Pork and BBQ Pulled Chicken are made using the actual meat with pork shoulder and chicken breast, then combined with a host of other ingredients to deliver on the other half of the experience: the taste. For a complete, authentic experience, Real Good Foods pairs the meat with tomato, apple cider vinegar, paprika, chili and garlic powder, and the natural sweeteners, erythritol and monk fruit.

The end result of all of those ingredients in Real Good Foods pulled pork and pulled chicken format is 13 to 16g of protein in a large 140g serving and 3g of net carbohydrates with 2g of that sugar. The calories range quite a bit between the products, as being pork-based, BBQ Pulled Pork has a good amount of fat at 13g a serving, giving you 190 calories. As for Real Good Foods’ BBQ Pulled Chicken, it has next to no fat compared to the pork option at 1.5g in a 140g serving, more than halving the calories to a much nicer 90.

Real Good Foods has launched its BBQ Pulled Pork and BBQ Pulled Chicken in the one rather large 1lb size, which works out to about three servings, providing some solid totals if you throw down an entire pack such as 48g of protein, 9g of net carbohydrates, and just 270 calories in the chicken variant. Both of the pulled meat products are currently rolling in stores and hitting shelves, including the supermarket giant Kroger.