Eating on the go isn’t an easy task when you are trying to consume less carbs or eat paleo. In most cases, you will have to make your meals ahead of time, shop 2 – 3 times a weeks (for fresh meats and veggies), and cook on a pretty regular basis. If you’re having an especially busy week, things can get challenging, however, using paleo wraps could be a life saver! It can also help the average person cut down on their carbs.
What’s in a Paleo Wrap ?
Ingredients: *Coconut Meat, and *Coconut Water, *Unrefined Virgin Coconut Oil (*Derived From Organic Coconuts)
Fitness Tips: Use these paleo wraps to replace your standard corn or flour tortilla, they make for great chicken salad wraps , turkey wraps, and tuna wraps!
They look awesome but are they really that good?? I decided to check the reviews before I purchased them since they are 10 dollars (online).
Now ordering Paleo wraps with Amazon Prime should be just fine since shipment is fulfilled and covered by Amazon, however given the reputation, horrific complaints and lack of employees, one has to wonder about the products themselves, on should suggest staying away from this company. (read the rest of the review here)
By K. Pittman on April 9, 2014
1. Yes, they’re expensive. However, I don’t use them daily, so it’s not a big deal. It’s still cheaper than eating out.
2. They’re naturally preserved (it’s just dried coconut), so if it takes me a month to go through them, it’s not a big deal.
3. For those who complained that they taste like coconut…. seriously?!?! Did you not read that they are MADE from coconut?!?! It’s not an overwhelming coconut-y flavor, but it’s there. Choose your fillings accordingly (it was a weird combo when I used them as a tortilla for tacos, but surprisingly not bad with tuna fish, they’re fabulous as a wrap for a cold sandwich or with any Thai/Indian filling). IT’S NOT A BIG DEAL. Use your brain. (read the full review here)