What I'm saying is that the other cheese has carbs in it as well, the labeling is likely wrong, so you may as well eat the one you just bought. Nutritional labeling is best used as a guideline not as an exact representation. There is a margin of error allowed automatically in the labeling process, but beyond that, no one routinely follows up on the label info. It usually takes a consumer complaint to get a label revised.
For instance, there was a brand of bread touted at very low carb, but people were routinely seeing insulin/blood sugar spikes when they ate it, so, after an uproar and some bad PR, the company retested the bread and lo and behold it was not even remotely low carb.
So, I'd say to eat the cheese in small doses and enjoy it!
Challenge 1: Add activity at home to my must-do list.
Challenge 2: Bedtime is now going to be 11:30.
Challenge 3: Leave work on time. It'll all be there in the morning. Whatevs.
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