I live in the UK, and have recently been buying Walkers 'Ready Salted' crisps. I've upped my carbohydrate intake to around 100-300g per day (on a 2,200-3,000kcal daily intake) and are enjoying the results (better mood, better fat loss, better workouts) now that I have adapted to it (took a week or two).
I like these crisps. They make me happy. I've been choosing them because of their ingrediants:
Potatoes Sunflower oil (34%) Salt.
I'd normally avoid any oils outside olive oil, butter, ghee and coconut oil. But apparently these crisps are made from "SunSeed oil" which they advertise as being lower in saturates and traditional crisp cooking oils. Clearly 'sunseed' is a registered trademark, and I couldn't care less about less saturates, I wish there was more, but it seems remarkably low in polyunsaturates (2.2g/100g of crisps), consisting mainly of monounsaturates (27.9g/100g of crisps).
Am I deluding myself? They're made in a factor that handles gluten, but I don't seem to have any problems with trace amounts.
Thanks in advance for your time,