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Your Delicious Life

Jelly Belly jelly beans are low in calories and long on flavour!

 

#1 Calorie Watch

Leading nutritional organisations like Diabetes UK have long held up the humble, jelly bean as a low calorie, tasty way to have a little of what you fancy without compromising a healthy diet. Jelly Belly with their unbeatably intense flavours, fit the bill.

 

#2 Snack Mindfully

It can take 21 days to create a single Jelly Belly jelly bean,and the intensity  of their flavours are more satisfying than bland tastes.   With well over 100 different flavours, Jelly Belly can create an infinite number of taste combinations, thus maximising their satisfaction while keeping the focus on taste.

 

#3 Yes You Can

In contrast to the hidden sugar and calories found in fizzy drinks and processed foods, Jelly Belly jelly beans makes the most of your sweet indulgence. Each gourmet bean has 4 calories, or 100 calories for a 25 jelly bean serving.

 

#4 More Lean for your Beans

Fat is an important macronutrient, and one we cannot survive without. Unfortunately, most fats used in most confections are the “bad” variety- and contain 9 or 10 calories per gram versus the 4 calories from a gram or protein or carbohydrates. A fat free snack like Jelly Belly jelly beans is a better way of satisfying your sweet tooth.

 

#5 No No-Nos!

Jelly Belly use only corn starch in their beans and no wheat, rye, barley, and oats. Jelly Belly jelly beans are suitable for vegetarians, are dairy and peanut free and carry the OU symbol, the highest kosher certification available.  

 

#6 Jumping for Joy

The Jelly Belly Jump was designed to show kids how much work it takes to burn off the foods they eat. 30 seconds of Jumping Jacks can burn off the calories consumed in one Jelly Belly jelly bean. It’s a lot of fun and was demonstrated at an event at the White House at Easter 2013.   http://www.aaas.org/news/aaas-does-jelly-bean-jump-easter-egg-roll