Corn Chips With Different Flavors

Cone Corn Chips Chicken
Chicken Crunch
Cone Corn Chips Cheese
Cheese Crunch
Cone Corn Chips Taco
Taco Crunch
Cone Corn Chips Spicy
Spicy Crunch
Corn Corn Chips Mexico
Mexicon Crunch
Cone Corn Chips BBQ
BBQ Crunch
Stick Corn Chips Chicken
Chicken Stick
Stick Corn Chips Cheese
Cheese Stick
Stick Corn Chips Taco
Taco Stick
Stick Corn Chips Spicy
Spicy Stick
Stick Corn Chips Mexico
Mexicon Stick
Stick Corn Chips BBQ
BBQ Stick

No matter which style of corn chip you prefer, you’ll find they have similar calorie and nutrient contents.
Corn chips are a good source of complex carbohydrates and they have about 5 percent of six minerals.
A snack of corn chips is a good choice when you need an energy boost because a 1-ounce serving has
18 grams of complex carbohydrates. Corn chips have a glycemic index score of 42, which is in the low range and indicates they won’t spike your blood sugar. Of the total carbohydrates, 1.5 grams are dietary fiber, 16 grams are complex carbs in the form of starches and only 0.3 grams are sugar.
Corn chips contains 4 to 6 percent of the recommended daily intakes of calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, selenium and copper.
Calcium, magnesium and copper all keep your heart healthy.
Calcium and magnesium carry electrical impulses that keep your heart beating, with calcium stimulating muscle contraction and magnesium making them relax.


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