|Product||Servings||Fat grams per serving||Protein grams per serving||Carb grams per serving||Fiber grams per serving||Fat grams||Protien grams||Digestable Carb grams||Calories||% fat calories||Ketogenic Ratio|
|Pepper Jack with Peanuts and Raisins||1.0||12||7||12||1||12||7||11.00||180.00||60.00%||86.22%|
|White Cheddar with Almonds and Cranberries||1.0||13||7||12||2||13.00||7.00||10.00||185.00||63.24%||97.14%|
|Sharp Cheddar with Cashews and Cranberries||1.0||12||7||12||1||12.00||7.00||11.00||180.00||60.00%||86.22%|
|Sharp White Cheddar with Cashews and Raisins||1.0||12||7||12||1||12.00||7.00||11.00||180.00||60.00%||86.22%|
They're sticking that 60% calories from fat like a guideline, although it's the protein number highlighted on the front of the package. It is not ketogenic, nor is it a low Omega 6 food, but it looks like a decent compromise food when you need something convenient. It is "lacto-paleo". Each serving is 170 calories, but they are bundled in stacks of three so a full pack plus a single serve of milk would put you at a reasonable meal size. I paid the same for this pack as I did for a half pound block of cheese worth 56% more calories.