Posted by iHerb Customer on Nov 27, 2014 | Verified Purchase
I lived in India for years and loved the idea of having a fennel/licorice taste in my mouth after meals, but for whatever reason I don't feel like it makes sense in a toothpaste. I think the concerns over sodium lauroyl sarcosinate and hydrated silica are unjustified. I was unable to find any strong research that indicates a health hazard with either substance. There appears to be some confusion with the far more dangerous sodium lauroyl sulfate, which definitely has some issues, but I don't see any ingredients of concern in this product (I'm a chemistry instructor). Besides, you can see the ingredient list before you buy, so no one should be complaining about it as though they didn't know...
Posted by iHerb Customer on Apr 20, 2015 | Verified Purchase
I wanted to order refried beans and figured I would start with these low sodium ones for health purposes, but they were so bland that I had to add what looked like an obscene amount of salt to make them taste the way I am used to. Basically it ended up being the same as the regular version by the time I was done with it. Since then, I have ordered the regular Amy's Beans a few times and am very happy with them. Just be warned if you are expecting the usual taste.
Posted by iHerb Customer on Sep 21, 2014 | Verified Purchase
I ordered two of these with my whey protein, just to try it out. It`s really a great product - excellent peanut butter flavor but without all the oil and sugar. At about 4 cents per gram of protein, the price is hard to beat as well. Its equal or less than the cost of most protein powders. I use about 20g per day in my morning smoothies. That means 1 jar should last me about 3 weeks. As long as this is still available, I think I won`t be buying regular PB ever again!
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