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(Rolled Oats, Wheat flakes, Ragi flakes, Bajra flakes, Quinoa flakes)
(Rolled Oats, Wheat flakes, Bajra flakes, Barley flakes, Jowar flakes, Ragi flakes, Amaranth puff, Corn flakes)
(Wheat flakes, Rolled oats, Jowar flakes, Ragi flakes, Amaranth puff)
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A blend of Raw honey and powdered sugar grits is then mixed with grain flakes to enhance its taste.
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Blueberries are said to have the highest antioxidant capacity amongst all superfoods. Due to this, it helps in protecting the body against neurodegenerative diseases and digestive diseases.
True Elements Dried Goji Berries are perfectly soft with little toothsome texture, delicious and nutritious, just as nature intended. They are both sweet & savoury. They have a mild tangy flavour with a tinge of sweetness.
Cranberries contain the highest amount of antioxidants. They are also rich in flavonoids which prevents the harmful bacteria from sticking to the internal linings of the uterus, thus keeping Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) at bay.
Chikoo is said to possess a high amount of vitamin E, A & C, all of which are highly beneficial for the skin health. Also, being freeze-dried, it does not contain a single layer of sugar and retains all the nutrients.
Freeze Dried Chikoo
Bananas are a good source of vitamin C and minerals like potassium and manganese, which can be great for digestive health. Also, being freeze-dried, it does not contain a single layer of sugar and retains all the nutrients.
Freeze Dried Banana
Apples are extremely abundant in antioxidants, flavonoids and dietary fibre. They are known to help in reducing the risk of cancer. Also, being freeze-dried, it does not contain a single layer of sugar and retains all the nutrients.
Freeze Dried Apple
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Pumpkin seeds are fully loaded with nutrients. They are a rich source of magnesium which is necessary for the bone development of our body. Being rich in fibre and protein, these seeds also help in keeping the blood sugar levels under control.
Basil seeds are low in cholesterol and high in monounsaturated fats, which is highly beneficial for diabetics and sugar-conscious people. Due to this, it helps to keep the blood sugar levels under control and prevents sugar spikes.
Watermelon Seeds are in the limelight due to its high content of vitamins and nutrients. Watermelon is always considered as a superfruit which helps in hydrating your body and prevent dehydration.
Packed with fibre in each tiny seed, adding 2-3 tablespoons of flaxseeds to your diet promotes regular bowel movements and can improve your digestive health.
Despite their tiny size, chia seeds are often treasured as one of the most nutritious foods on the planet. They are loaded with fibre, protein, omega-3 fatty acids and other micronutrients.
Amongst all the nuts, almonds contain relatively high amounts of vitamin E. They are considered as the best natural source of vitamin E which provides about 37% of the recommended daily intake. Vitamin E helps prevent the cells from oxidative damage.
They contain proanthocyanidins and are also rich in copper which can fight against cancerous cells and prevent the risk of colon cancer.
Pistachios contain phytosterols and unsaturated fatty acids which can help in keeping the heart healthy.
They are a rich source of vitamin E and gamma-tocopherol which is one of the strongest lipid-soluble antioxidants. It can help in fighting free radicals and maintain healthy skin.