Superfoods

Our core ingredients are all there for a reason: Millets: rich in fiber, Nuts – healthy fats and proteins, Seeds – well balanced source of vitamins and minerals, dried fruits, honey and spices – giving the bars lovely flavor and sweetness.

We also use plenty of superfoods. The kind of food that's incredibly rich in all kinds of stuff that's good for you - vitamins, minerals, proteins and fiber. It's super-food! (cape not included!). In our bars you will find plenty of:

 

Cranberry

Phytonutrients, which are naturally derived plant compounds, are present in cranberries and have been found to prevent a wide range of health problems. The health benefits include relief from urinary tract infection (UTI), respiratory disorders, kidney stones, cancer, and heartdiseases. It is also beneficial in preventing stomach disorders and diabetes, as well as gum diseases caused by dental plaque

Oats

Oats have a rich content of several essential nutrients. A 100 gram serving is an excellent source of proteindietary fiber (both soluble and insoluble), several B vitamins and numerous dietary minerals, especially manganese. The complex carb in oats slows the digestion of sugar and the beta glucan present in oats is known to reduce cholesterol and boost immunity.

pumpkin seeds

Pumpkin seeds may be small, but they're packed full of valuable nutrients. Eating only a small amount of them can provide you with a substantial quantity of healthy fats, magnesium and zinc. Because of this, pumpkin seeds have been associated with several health benefits. These include improved heart health, prostate health and protection against certain cancers

chia seeds

Chia means “strength” in the Mayan language, and chia seeds were known as “runners’ food” because runners and warriors would use them as fuel while running long distances or during battle. Chia packs a punch of energy-boosting power. Chia seeds benefits include promoting healthy skin, reducing signs of aging, supporting the heart and digestive system, building stronger bones and muscles and even helping reverse diabetes. The reason chia seeds are so beneficial is due to them being rich in fiber, omega-3 fats, protein, vitamins and minerals

almonds

Almonds are a nutritionally dense food and is rich source of the B vitaminsvitamin E, and the essential minerals calcium, iron, magnesiummanganesephosphorus, and zinc.They are also rich in dietary fibermonounsaturated fats, and polyunsaturated fats, fats which along with phytosterols present can potentially lower bad cholesterol..

millets

Millets are protein and fibre rich, apart from being rich in vitamins and minerals. Their high magnesium level is good for lowering blood pressure, while the potassium content keeps hypertension at bay. The high fibre content in millets is useful to control blood sugar and glucose levels.

sesame seeds

Sesame seeds are extremely beneficial for health but are often overlooked. These powerful seeds improve blood circulation, detoxify the body, and eliminate depression and chronic stress. They have the ability to prevent diabetes, lower blood pressure, prevent a wide variety of cancers, build strong bones, protect against radiation, and improve the heart health. They also help cure sleep disorders, improve digestion, reduce inflammation, boost respiratory health, and aid in dental care.

sunflower seeds

Rich in fiber and high-quality protein, quinoa contains more protein than any other grain while also packing in iron and potassium. It is a natural whole grain and is completely gluten-free.

flax seeds

One of the most popular “superfoods”, flaxseeds contain anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids along with antioxidant substances called lignans which give flaxseeds its “super” properties. Healthy fats, B vitamins, and an array of minerals in flax seeds help your hair and skin stay in gorgeous condition. Other benefits include improved digestion, lowering cholesterol, reducing sugar cravings, balancing hormones and even helping fight cancer

coconut oil

Coconut oil’s concentration of beneficial fats makes it helpful for digestion. Its antimicrobial properties can help fight irritation and infection in the gut from Candida.Coconut oil is the richest source of lauric acid after breastmilk.

The MCTs (including lauric acid, capric acid and caprylic acid) have antifungal, antibacterial and antiviral properties that make it beneficial for immune and hormone support as well as improve focus and mental performance. 

Dates

Dates are one of the best sweet and versatile foods that can regulate the digestive process. They can significantly boost energy levels in people within half an hour of consumption. Dates are a good source of various vitamins and minerals. It’s also a good source of energy, sugar, and fiber

Watermelon Seeds

Minerals abound in watermelon seeds. Magnesium is the most abundant mineral. Magnesium helps regulate blood pressure and the metabolism of carbohydrates, which has a beneficial effect on blood sugar as well. Other important minerals in watermelon seeds are phosphorous, iron, potassium, sodium, copper, manganese and zinc. Like other seeds, watermelon seeds are also high in protein, healthy fats and B vitamins aiding in overall good health.  

Cocoa & Dark Chocolate

Cocoa or Theobroma cacao literally means “Food of the Gods”, Cocoa beans are the fermented seeds of the cacao tree. The healing and medicinal benefits of cocoa have been appreciated since the ancient times. Two key benefits of cocoa include its antioxidant properties and its mood enhancing properties. Studies have shown that its flavonols help enhance mood, combat depression, and promote improved cognitive activities during persistent mental exertion. The presence of the neurochemical phenylethylamine in it also helps in enhancing feelings of contentment and promoting aphrodisiac effects